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Buch (Berlin)

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Country  Germany
City  Berlin
Time zone  CET/CEST (UTC+1/+2)
Area  18.2 km²
Borough  Pankow
State  Berlin
Founded  1342
Postal codes  (nr. 0309) 13125
Local time  Sunday 10:34 PM
Buch (Berlin)
Weather  7°C, Wind E at 10 km/h, 75% Humidity
Points of interest  Schlosspark Buch, Bogenseekette und Lietzengrabenniederung, Kummerhy Grabhügel

Buch is a German locality (Ortsteil) within the Berlin borough (Bezirk) of Pankow.

Contents

Map of Buch, Berlin, Germany

History

The village was founded in 1347, on Panke river, a tributary of Spree. Until 1920 Buch was a Brandenburger municipality merged in Berlin with the "Greater Berlin Act". From 1949 to 1990 it was part of East Berlin.

Geography

Located in north-eastern suburb of the city, Buch represents the northernmost locality of Berlin, with its northernmost point at the Rieselfelder, a former sewage farm transformed in a rural area part of the Bucher Forest (in Barnim Nature Park ). In this area it counts a lake named Bogensee.

In its large border with Brandenburg, Buch is surrounded by the municipalities of Wandlitz and Panketal (with the civil parishes of Zepernick, Röntgental and Neu Buch ), both in the district of Barnim. The Berliner localities bordering with Buch are Blankenfelde, Französisch Buchholz and Karow. In this Ortsteil it exist a zone named Stadtrandsiedlung Buch.

Transport

The locality is served by the urban rail line S2, part of the S-Bahn, at the station of Buch. It is also traversed, at its southern borders, by the Berliner beltway (A10, known as "Berliner Ring"). Nearest exit to Buch is the n.36, "Berlin-Weißensee".

Literature

  • Martin Eckart Pfannschmidt: "Geschichte der Berliner Vororte Buch und Karow", Berlin 1927
  • References

    Buch (Berlin) Wikipedia


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