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Schlosspark Buch 5
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Der Schlosspark Buch wurde im 17. Jh. für den Freiherrn von Pöllnitz im Stil eines holländischen Barockgartens angelegt und später unter Hinzunahme angrenzender Waldgebiete in einen landschaftlichen Garten umgewandelt. Seit dem Verkauf an die Stadt Berlin im 19. Jh. war das Gut für die Bevölkerung zugänglich.

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