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Schwerin’s ‘Lion’s market’ (Loewenmarkt) is a large plaza with quite a few interesting buildings we inspected more closely. The most striking is the porticoed ‘New Building’ (Neues Gebaeude) with its fourteen Doric columns built in the 1780s according to plans by Johann Joachim Busch (1720-1802)....More
We passed through the Schweriner Dom (cathedral) and literally came across this enjoyable plaza. Back by the neocolonial building on one side the large open plaza is filled with lots of shops and eateries all rebuilt to their historic past.
Great place to get your...More
A lovely cafe' with Palladio-type architecture allows one to view the square and cathedral around the corner with convenience and a rest stop. It seems one is always looking up in this town. The statues snd monuments are incredible.
We really couldn't fully enjoy it because it was Sunday so everything was closed except the bakeries. Looking in the windows however, we saw some very cool unique shops. The bakery we went to was heavenly and it was just a short walk from the...More
We had a day or so in Schwerin and naturally gravitated to the market square. Its a sweet little square - the town hall, a large white collenaded building and litle cafes line the edges giving the place a pleasant vibe. Nice view of the...More