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Klocksin Park

Klocksin is situated on the edge of the Klocksin lake district. Behind the manor house an extensive park stretches towards the lake (Flacher See).

The park has been laid out like a forest, open spaces only exist behind the manor house. The tree population is old, there are copper beeches and white beeches, oak trees, maple trees, ash trees, lime trees, and chestnut trees. The oldest and strongest trees are standing on the edge of the forest park.

The lime tree lined avenue leads you to a chapel. According to an entry in the church register of Kirch Grubenhagen Diedrich von Frisch and his wife Franziska nee Winter were buried here in the newly built burial chapel on October 3rd, 1826.

Behind the chapel, between the park and the lake, a cemetery for unknown fallen soldiers of WWII was created after 1945.