The Flaming is an insider tip in the Berlin region with its landscape, its historical, cultural and sporting attractions. 2013 marks anniversary of the battle of Dennewitz for the 200th time. The small village in the Flaming, about 60 km south of Berlin, stands for the preservation of the memory of the wars of liberation. In and around the historic site, the French army, with the Allied Saxons, encountered the Prussian, Russian, and Swedish troops of the Allied Northern army. The slightly hilly terrain with the lack of reconnaissance of the French ensured that the French troops did anything about the location and the strength of the enemy troops gathered in the large room Wittenberg grossbeeren Dahme.
The French Commander, Ney had the order to March into the room Luckau and there for the taking of Berlin to join Napoleon. The battle was dominated on the pages of the North army by Prussian troops. The allies were able to against the French and Saxon Troops to enforce. Berlin, the capital of Prussia, had become out of reach for the French Emperor. To the 100 – anniversary of the monument to Friedrich Wilhelm Bulow of Dennewitz, which won the battle with Tauentzien, was built in the village of Dennewitz.
This monument is located right in front of a cosy apartment Flaming, in the family shooter all year round guests welcomes. On the front of the base, a poet of the wars of liberation, Ernst Moritz Arndt, is quoted: brave face and never bleach, because God is everywhere! The freedom and the Kingdom of heaven win no half.” Many other monuments are in and around the place. In addition to the annual commemorative festivals to the battle exhibitions in recent years regularly in the Church of Dennewitz, representing the war than what it is: murder on command. All in all is a beautiful place to live the place Dennewitz in the southern Flaming. And in addition to the carefully renovated buildings of the industrious Residents can experience a great nature that is also easy to learn is by connecting it to the Flaming Skate route by bicycle or inline skates in an extensive tour of the Flaming. Sarah Fromus