Schweriner Schloss has been the permanent symbol of the city for more than a century and a half; it has been built in the mid19th century under direction of prominent architects. The castle is a unique combination of different architectural styles, including Baroque and Gothic, Byzantine and Renaissance. Currently, the part of the beautiful and historic building is used by Parliament; other parts house the fabulously beautiful conservatory and the museum.
Among other prominent architectural landmarks 1, Meklenburgshtrasse, old stables and the Town Hall are worth noting. Another important noteworthy object is located close to the Pfaffentayhs Lake. It is a monument to Heinrich Schliemann, the discoverer of Troy; every local resident knows about his legendary deeds.
An old grinding mill, Schleifmuhle, built in the 18th century has preserved in Schwerin; these days it continues to work. In the period from April to November, the mill is open to public, so anyone can watch grinding of massive granite stones. The city has gardens, parks and lakes; Der Schlossgarten can be called the most beautiful of them. It is located to south of the castle; Alter Garten is also very amazing.
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