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Altlandsberg Torturm

Der Strausberger Torturm ist ein 22 m hoher, quadratischer Feldsteinturm aus dem 14. Jh. Mit einem Kegelspitzhelm. Turm und Anbau von 1825 dienten einst als Gefängnis und Polizeistation. Seit 1897 nisten Störche auf seiner Spitze. Er wird deshalb auch “Storchenturm” genannt und ist seit 1947 Wappen der Stadt.

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Uploaded: 24/10/2013
Updated: 30/10/2013


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