Gutshaus Wüsten Buchholz is situated 15 km away from Wittenberge train station. Currently owned by German architect Tilman Schall, the location is used for communal dinners, meetings and various art events. Gutshaus Wüsten Buchholz has 30 rooms and a 1000 m2 barn that is used for concerts, studios, dinners and other creational events. The vicinity of Gutshaus Wüsten Buchholz is 2,5 hectares and includes a manmade island.
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