Am Großen Moordamm 20, 28357 Bremen, Germany
About Borgfelder Wümmewiesen
The Borgfelder Wümmewiesen is a nature reserve in the districts of Borgfeld and Oberneuland in the municipality of Bremen. It is around 688 hectares. The nature reserve registered in the nature reserve book of the city of Bremen under number 7 is the largest nature reserve in the city and the second-largest in the country. The nature reserve is largely part of the same-named, almost 682 hectare EU bird sanctuary.
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Muhles Park with the Muhle estate is located in Bremen in the Oberneuland district. The green area was created in the first half of the 19th century from 1815/25 on from the Böving family's Meierhof. The Muhle family took over the farm in 1922 and sold the Villa Muhle and the green area to the city of Bremen in the mid-1970s. The landscape garden is very spacious and impresses with its long paths. Hikers get through the Oberneulander meadows, the Wümmeniederung to the Hexenberg in Borgfeld, and
Hollerland originally referred to a cultural landscape in the north and east of Bremen, which was made arable by Dutch settlers in the 12th century. Due to the construction of extensive suburban settlements, especially since the 1960s, only remnants of the original cultural landscape reclaimed by the Dutch have been preserved. Today one only calls the one in the Horn-Lehe district and nature reserve designated part as Hollerland.
botanica - Bremen's great world of discovery is the name of a nature experience center in the Rhododendron Park Bremen. The facility shows the great variety of tropical and subtropical rhododendrons and their accompanying flora in natural greenhouses. In an interactive discovery center, it also provides in-depth knowledge of the importance of biological diversity. The facility, which is open all year round, is suitable for adults and children from around five years of age and is largely barrier-
The Achterdieksee is a quarry pond in the Oberneuland district of Bremen, which is used as a bathing lake. It is also used by sport fishermen. The lake, which is directly adjacent to the A 27 , was excavated in 1969 during the construction of the motorway and then converted into a bathing lake as one of four sand extraction points for the construction of the motorway.
The Rhododendron Park in Bremen offers a unique collection of rhododendrons and azaleas on an area of 46 hectares . Of the approx. 1,000 different rhododendron game species worldwide, more than 600 grow here and in the botanika. In addition, approx. 3,500 cultivated varieties are presented to the approx. 300,000 visitors each year. The Rhododendron Park Bremen has the second largest collection of rhododendron species and varieties in the world.
The Focke Museum is as Bremer State Museum of Art and Cultural History, the historical museum of the city of Bremen. The modern main building, supplemented by buildings from the 16th to 19th centuries, is located in a 4.5-hectare park in the Bremen district of Riensberg. It is located in 4.5 hectares (11 acres) of grounds in the Riensberg neighborhood of the city. In addition to the main building which opened in 1964 and was extended in 2002, the museum complex includes buildings dating from th
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Bremen is Germany's smallest state. Two distinct enclaves form the state of Bremen. One is Bremen the state capital, and the other is Bremerhaven the city. Bremen is known for its rich cultural life with many theatres, libraries, archives, museums, and galleries.