Ladeburg An Der Kirche

Ladeburg ist eines der ältesten Dörfer des Barnim. Es liegt ca. 2 Kilometer von Bernau entfernt. Über die Jahrhunderte bis heute hat das Dorf seinen ländlichen Charakter nicht verloren.

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