Visit the Langobarden workshop in Zethlingen. Experimental archeology and museum pedagogy attempt to convey the life of the Germanic population of a particular time as vividly as possible. The St. Sebastian church in Mahlsdorf in the Altmark from the years around 1220 was consecrated to Saint Sebastian. Originated on the grounds of a pagan cult, it was built in the style of Romanesque architecture. Even today one can see some of the former cult buildings. Along the Romanesque road, the Havelberger Dom is one of the most important tourist attractions. The cathedral is particularly valuable. These include the triumphal crucifix, ornament windows, sandstone chandeliers as well as the choir stools made of oak and more. A visit to the Jagdschlosses Letzlingen is particularly attractive. In today's times used as a hotel and also as a museum there is much to learn from the earlier period of the castle. Visit the first floor of the castle. An exhibition on the "Hunting History of the Letzling Heath, Royal Prussian Court Hunting" is offered here. Another excellent sight is also the Tangermünder Tor at the south-eastern edge of Stendal's old town, which leads to the road to Tagermünde on the Elbe. It was built in the 13th century as part of the Stendal defense system. Well recognizable and preserved the field stone substructure. You can also visit the Uenglinger Tor, which is also located in Stendal. This gate is one of the most beautiful city gates in northern Germany. With a magnificent structure, this was not only a defense but also a representation of the city. Through a restoration in the late nineteenth century, the tower can now also be climbed. This is something you should definitely do, because from the summit of the tower you have a wonderful view over the city of Stendal.

Visit this wonderful region, let yourself be inspired by the multitude of possibilities.