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The '''Spreewald''' is a region in [[Brandenburg]] in the east of [[Germany]].
 
The '''Spreewald''' is a region in [[Brandenburg]] in the east of [[Germany]].
 
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[[Image:Spreewald01.JPG|thumb|300px|Typical Spreewald atmosphere. By [[user:Fluglotse2000|Felix Gottwald]].]]
  
 
==Regions==
 
==Regions==
 
The Spreewald (Spree Forest) is a protected UNESCO biosphere reserve since 1991. It includes low-lying areas in which the river Spree meanders in thousands of small waterways through meadows and forests. It is a beautiful, unique landscape about one hour south of [[Berlin]] and well worth a day trip or a weekend trip to relax from the buzzing city life.
 
The Spreewald (Spree Forest) is a protected UNESCO biosphere reserve since 1991. It includes low-lying areas in which the river Spree meanders in thousands of small waterways through meadows and forests. It is a beautiful, unique landscape about one hour south of [[Berlin]] and well worth a day trip or a weekend trip to relax from the buzzing city life.
 
Besides its beautiful nature, the Spreewald is home to one of the two recognized minorities in Germany, the Sorbs with their unique culture. Many old, traditional farmhouses along the waterways offer beautiful sights.
 
Besides its beautiful nature, the Spreewald is home to one of the two recognized minorities in Germany, the Sorbs with their unique culture. Many old, traditional farmhouses along the waterways offer beautiful sights.
[[Image:Spreewald01.JPG|thumb|300px|Typical Spreewald atmosphere. By [[user:Fluglotse2000|Felix Gottwald]].]]
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==Cities==
 
==Cities==
 
* [[Lübbenau]]
 
* [[Lübbenau]]
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* Rent one of the many holiday apartments.
 
* Rent one of the many holiday apartments.
 
* Stay at one of the numerous bed & breakfasts and hotels.
 
* Stay at one of the numerous bed & breakfasts and hotels.
 
*<sleep name="Best Western Spreewald" alt="Best Western Spreewald" address="LPG Straße 1, 03222 Lübbenau Fax: +49-3542–875125" phone="+49-3542-8750 ">[http://www.spreewaldhotelbestwestern.com/ Hotel in Spreewald - Landhaus Hotel Lubbenau] is located in Luebbenau and close to the Tropical Islands. The hotel offers 90 comfortable rooms, restaurants, free Wi-Fi and more.</sleep>
 
  
 
==Eat==
 
==Eat==
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==Get out==
 
==Get out==
 
  
 
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