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Silbersee Stuhr

Silbersee Stuhr, 28816 Stuhr, Germany

Lake/ River/ Ponds

About Silbersee Stuhr

The Silbersee is a quarry pond in the municipality of Stuhr in the district of Diepholz. The lake, which was created in the 1960s when the Federal Motorway 1 was built, is located south of Moordeich and west of Brinkum directly on the motorway. The lake, which is used as a bathing lake , is mostly surrounded by trees. There are campsites in the south and west. In the north of the lake, there are two beach areas with a slide and a bathing island with a diving board and diving tower.


Attractions near Silbersee Stuhr

Park Links Der Weser3.33km from Silbersee Stuhr

Park Links Der Weser is the largest park in Bremen. It is located in the Bremen-Huchting district between the districts of Kirchhuchting and Grolland and the municipality of Stuhr, approx. The landscape park for the preservation of the open grassland area in the Ochtum lowlands is around 239 hectares in size. one of the recreational areas and also vast greenery makes this place popular among tourists.

Ochtum5.35km from Silbersee Stuhr

The Ochtum, together with its longest source river, is about 59 kilometers long left tributary of the Weser. The Ochtum flows in Lower Saxony and Bremen on the southwestern edge of the Wesermarsch northwest parallel to the slope of the Syker Geest, from which it also flows most of its tributaries.

Schifferhaus8.06km from Silbersee Stuhr

The Schifferhaus in Bremen is a well-known monument and got its name from an owner who felt particularly connected to shipping and opened a grocery store on the ground floor around 1920 . It is located in the Bremen-Mitte district of Schnoor in the Altstadt district. The house has been a listed building since 1973. It is usually open to the public on Open Monument Day.

Schnoor8.06km from Silbersee Stuhr

The Schnoor - also called the Schnoorviertel is a Gängeviertel in the old town of Bremen that dates back to the High Middle Ages and is also the name of the Schnoor street in this quarter. The oldest secular buildings date from the early 15th century, the church of St. Johann was built in the late 14th century. It is one of the most important tourist attractions today. Buildings to the north at least took up the structures of the building and developed them postmodern.

Weserburg | Museum of Modern Art8.09km from Silbersee Stuhr

The Weserburg Museum of Modern Art was founded in 1991 and quickly enjoyed a respected international reputation as the first collectors’ museum of modern art in Europe. With an exhibition space of around 6,000 square meters, Weserburg is one of the largest museums of modern art in Germany. The museum has exhibited works from the most influential contemporary artists in its rather unusual premises. Exhibitions from European collectors large and small have provided insights into contemporary art.

Atlantis House8.1km from Silbersee Stuhr

Atlantis House is one of the majestic buildings in the old town of Bremen which was an interesting example of German architecture in the interwar period which was completed in 1931.  It was designed by Bernhard Hoetger. The interior and exterior of this building is quiet beautiful and it attracts a lot of people to visit this place.

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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.