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- Nature reserves Großes Moor near Dänschenburg and Unteres Recknitztal
- Near Baltic Sea excursion destination
- Hiking and cycling in untouched natural landscapes
- Town church, town hall and half-timbered houses
- Tropical house and penguin enclosure in the bird park Marlow
- Old craftsmanship in the Heimatstube
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The city of Marlow has some central and at the same time natural holiday apartments to offer, which are ideally suited as a starting point for walks and bicycle tours. A vacation rental in Marlow usually has a beautifully landscaped garden, where you can watch your children play while barbecuing in the summer. Some accommodations are even equipped with a sauna, which offers you a true wellness paradise within your own four walls. Parking in front of your front door is in most cases no problem at all.
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Location and orientation
Marlow is a town in Mecklenburg-Vorpommern, more precisely in the district of Vorpommern-Rügen. It lies at the river valley of the Recknitz, which is designated as a nature reserve. The Großes Moor nature reserve near Dänschenburg also invites hiking and cycling. Marlow is only 25 kilometres from the Baltic Sea. Nearest cities are Semlow, Eixen, Sanitz and Blankenhagen.
Marlow is an old Polish name, which was written in different documents in former times Marlowe, Marlov or Marlouwe and probably goes back to a personal name.
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The town church from the 13th century, in which a Gothic ribbed vault is located, is a wonderful sight. The town hall is a neo-Gothic plaster building with a tower and pointed arched windows. In addition, the two half-timbered buildings, the Künstlerhaus and the Pfarrhaus, are well worth seeing.2. Observe birds and exotic animals in the recreation area
More than 150 different bird species live in the bird park Marlow on an area of 20 hectares. The park also houses a penguin enclosure and a tropical house, which invite you to take interesting exploratory tours. The visit of the bird of prey flight shows is also particularly recommendable. Young visitors will certainly be enthusiastic about the show feedings.3. Discover traditional craftsmanship in the museum
The Heimatstube Marlow was opened in 1995. In two exhibition rooms it shows numerous exhibits of the Marlower handicraft, which was practiced in earlier days. These include the occupational groups shoemaker, miller, blacksmith, weaver and tailor, who play a particularly important role in the exhibition.