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29 April 2020, Brandenburg, Diensdorf: A jetty juts out into the Scharmützelsee near Diensdorf. It is the second largest natural lake in Brandenburg. During a visit to the then still small manor villages Saarow and Pieskow in 1881, the poet Theodor Fontane called the lake Märkisches Meer, a name that is still used today in tourism advertising. (Recording with a threat) Photo: Paul Zinken/dpa-Zentralbild/ZB
Location: Diensdorf, Brandenburg, Germany
Post Date: May 3, 2020 11:43 AM
TAG ID: dpaphotosfour521105 (RM)
Credit: Paul Zinken/dpa/picture-alliance/Newscom
Format: 5249 x 3521 Color JPEG
Photographer: Paul Zinken
Keywords: Local authorities, Free time, Village, Place, Lake, Recovery, City views, Place of interest, Threat, Threat photo, UAV image
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