Ruinenberg

Local nameRuinenberg
LocationPotsdam, Germany

The Ruinenberg is a hill in the Bornstedt borough of Potsdam, located north of Sanssouci Park. In 1748, the Prussian king Frederick the Great had a water tank with a capacity of around 7,600 cubic metres built on top to supply the Sanssouci water features, and had it decorated with artificial ruins. From 1841 a surrounding landscape garden was laid out at the behest of King Frederick William IV of Prussia, according to plans designed by Peter Joseph Lenné.

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Wikipedia https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ruinenberg

Address (Unnamed Road), Potsdam 14469, Germany

Coordinates 52°24'32.563" N 13°2'21.44" E

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