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Rönneburger Park

The Rönneburger Park is located on the southern edge of Hamburg in the district of Rönneburg. The small park surrounds the so-called "Burgberg". There was a castle here in the Middle Ages from which the Elbmarsch was controlled. Today, visitors can climb the Burgberg via several wooden stairways. Numerous paths guide visitors between thick beech trunks over picturesque wooden bridges to tranquil waters. In addition to the big roots of the trees, the remains of the old fortifications can be seen on the slopes of the Burgberg. Visitors reach the park, among others, with the bus no. 141.

The Rönneburger Park is located on the southern edge of Hamburg in the district of Rönneburg. The small park surrounds the so-called "Burgberg". There was a castle here in the Middle Ages from which the Elbmarsch was controlled. Today, visitors can climb the Burgberg via several wooden stairways. Numerous paths guide visitors between thick beech trunks over picturesque wooden bridges to tranquil waters. In addition to the big roots of the trees, the remains of the old fortifications can be seen on the slopes of the Burgberg. Visitors reach the park, among others, with the bus no. 141.

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