Potsdam Dutch Quarter

Potsdam Dutch Quarter


Tourist destination with architecture worth seeing

Where in the 18th century Dutch craftsmen were still housed by King Frederick William I, today you can stroll past chic stores, cafés and restaurants and admire the unique architecture: in the Dutch Quarter. Consisting of four squares with about 150 brick houses, the quarter inspires with its Dutch style-unplastered, with white joints, shutters and partly curved gables. After reunification, the neighborhood was in serious disrepair and had to be restored with great public and private commitment. Today, the Dutch Quarter is not only a very hip residential area, but also a unique tourist attraction that does not exist a second time in Germany.


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