Schwerin is known by many names: city of the seven lakes, Florence of the North, cathedral city and royal seat. All are apt because Schwerin successfully combines nature and architecture, artworks great and small, plus reminders of ist 850-year history. Visitors who stroll across the cobbled market square, explore the narrow lanes and admire the views of the castle will soon realise that there is plenty to see and do in Schwerin. Culture aficionados will enjoy the city's theatre and variety performances, museums and the magnificent castle theatre festival in the Old Gardens.
Burgsee - Burgsee is a lake at the Castle Schwerin
Ostorfer See - Ostorfer See is a lake in Nordwestmecklenburg.
Pfaffenteich - Pfaffenteich is a pond in Schwerin,
Ziegelsee - Ziegelsee is a lake in Nordwestmecklenburg.
Heidensee - Heidensee is a lake in Nordwestmecklenburg.
Grimkesee - Grimkesee is a lake in Schwerin.
Schweriner See - The Schweriner See is a lake in northern Germany.