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Der Scharmützelsee ist nach dem Schwielochsee der zweitgrößte natürliche See Brandenburgs. Bei einem Besuch der damals noch kleinen Gutsdörfer Saarow und Pieskow im Jahr 1881 nannte der Dichter Theodor Fontane den See Märkisches Meer, eine Bezeichnung, die heute noch gern in der Tourismuswerbung verwendet wird.

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Uploaded: 14/08/2012
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