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With the ramparts, the city wall, the Franciscan monastery and St. John's Church, the area contains important monuments that document the city history of Neubrandenburg up to the Middle Ages.
The design principle of the southern, renewed sections of Stargarder Straße is taken up and consistently continued. The division into roadway, curb, lower strip, sidewalk, upper strip and open space will be maintained. The carriageway will be paved with the existing small granite paving. A granite raised curb will serve as edging, the upper and lower strips will be paved with granite mosaic pavers, and the sidewalks will be paved with concrete slabs. The section of the 2nd ring road between Darrenstraße and Stargarder Straße serves exclusively for the rear access to the monastery. In future, deliveries, waste disposal and parking for the museum will only take place via Darrenstraße. To the north of the monastery, open spaces without traffic will be created. The planned materials of the street design with granite slabs, large pavers and reading stone pavers will be continued on the north side of the museum. In the entrance area of the museum a generous place develops, on which the Mudder - Schulten - well is arranged.
The well was sketched originally for the market place. He originated in proportion to the old city hall and the fortified surface of the old market place. With the old cloister a building of similar cubature is present, with the new entrance area a version of the small square area on two sides has been created. With the relocation to this small urban square, the fountain itself tells a piece of the city's history, but also the history of the region in the entrance area of the regional museum.150 years ago, the medieval city wall was opened in the course of the city expansion and a new entrance situation was created with the railway gate. The traces of both city fortifications can still be seen today. Flat wall discs take up the medieval wall profile, trace the course at different intervals and condense towards the street to form a new gateway situation without closing off the entrance to the town again. Information on the town's history is incorporated into the corten steel stelae.
The double rampart with its three ditches is brought back to the street as a green space without restricting the generosity of the walkways. The rampart paths will be connected via ramps, and the topography will be made tangible again. The very beautiful old tree population is completely preserved, protected and developed with priority the avenue trees at the promenades.
The Fritz Reuter monument was repaired in 2006, but the environment is clearly disturbed. In accordance with the historical situation, a small square area will be created around the monument.
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