If you leave Berlin, Germany via Kladow you won’t recognize that you have left Berlin and entered the federal state of Brandenburg. On small roads you can reach Sacrow, belonging to Potsdam. This place offers a small castle, a wonderful park and directly at the river Havel, the Heilandskirche.
It has been opened in 1844 as a protestant church that is especially beautiful because of its remote position, the Campanile (bell tower), the columns that form an arcade and a way around the church and the mediterranean style. It is a World Cultural Heritage site of UNESCO and was unaccessable while Germany was devided as it was close to The Wall. It has been restored and reopened in 1990. Most people know it from the movie “Keinohrhasen” of Till Schweiger.
Heilandskirche am Port von Sacrow