The Caspar David Friedrich Chalk Cliffs in the National Park on Rügen are world famous.
Combine art and nature on your holiday – the Caspar David Friedrich Chalk Cliffs on Rügen make this possible. The beauty of the Caspar David Friedrich Chalk Cliffs on Rügen is unrivalled and the island of Rügen has always been an inspiration to artists. Many of their artworks reflect the beauty of the unique landscape; the most popular work is the painting from Caspar David Friedrich which dates back to around 1818 and is associated with the German Romanticism. This world famous painting, which shows three people on the chalk cliffs, can nowadays be seen in an art museum in Winterthur, Switzerland.
Explore the Caspar David Friedrich Chalk Cliffs on Rügen by foot
Visitors can walk through ancient beech forests in the National Park of Jasmund and find peace and relaxation. This piece of unspoiled nature has been classed by the UNESCO as very unique and in need of protection and has been added to the Natural World Heritage list. The Caspar David Friedrich Chalk Cliffs on Rügen are as much part of the National Park of Jasmund as the meadows, bogs, forest and the Baltic Sea coast line. A team of rangers and service crafts ensure that all paths and stairs are well maintained. Walkers and hikers are ordered to remain on the dedicated path ways along the Caspar David Friedrich Chalk Cliffs on Rügen, these are well signposted and very scenic. In the interest of nature visitors should accept and understand that cross country hiking is not permitted here.
Explore the life of the painter
Each year thousands of tourists visit the National Park of Jasmund and the Chalk Cliffs and follow the painter’s footsteps. The adventure and experience center “Königsstuhl” (“King’s chair”) is open to visitors in any weather and set on 2000 square meters, it explains the fascinating world of the chalk cliffs and sets an exciting scene. Visitors can expect a world full of secrets – numerous exhibits, movies and live displays introduce you to the geological history of the coastline and the secrets of the sea. Big tanks showcase the creatures of the sea and children are able to interact with some of the displays and experiment in order for them to better understand how nature works. You can of course also find a painting of the chalk cliffs, as a printed puzzle in the museum shop! When you get this puzzle back to the holiday apartment on Rügen you can finish off the day while your children have something to do which reminds of your visit to the “King’s chair”.