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Güstrow

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Güstrow is a former royal residence in Mecklenburg, Germany. Its renaissance palace and well-kept old town are known beyond Northern Europe.

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Post Office Building (Postamtsgebäude)
  • Güstrow Palace, a renaissance palace with lush details and a revitalized original-style garden
  • old town
  • Dobbertin Abbey, Am Kloster, Dobbertin, Landstraße Nr. 192 (25 km south of Güstrow. In Ludwigslust-Parchim Between Sternberg and Goldberg), +49 38736 86121, . Guided tours at 15:00 We,Su May-Sep, except for the Brauhaus most of the abbey is only open in the summer. The Abbey was founded in 1220. It now houses workshops for handicapped. There is a good cafe (Brauhaus) and a giftshop selling products from the workshops. €3 for the tours.

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