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    Storkow Castle

    Storkow Castle (German: Burg Storkow) is a medieval castle in the small town of Storkow in the district of Oder-Spree in the German state of Brandenburg.

    The castle would have been built in the mid-12th century during German settlement – probably on the site of a Slavic marsh castle. Its builder is likely to have been Margrave Conrad I of Meißen. The castle is first mentioned in 1209.

    Until 1382 the lords of Strehla were resident at the castle. They were succeeded by the lords of Bieberstein. In 1518 Ulrich of Bieberstein enfeoffed the castle to the Bishop of Lebus, Dietrich of Bülow. The castle was then expanded into an episcopal Residenz.

    In 1538, Stefan Meiße, a friend and comrade-in-arms of Hans Kohlhase, was tortured to death at the castle. In 1555 the last Roman Catholic bishop of Lebus, John VIII of Horneburg (1551 – 1555), died here. In 1556 the castle and lordship went to Margrave John of Brandenburg-Küstrin. After his death the castle and estate finally ended up in the possession of the electors of Brandenburg.



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Storkow (Mark) is a town in the Oder-Spree district, in Brandenburg, Germany.

Storkow (Mark) is a town in the Oder-Spree district, in Brandenburg, Germany.

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The town of Storkow was first mentioned in 1209 by Otto IV and is one of the oldest towns in Brandenburg. Originally part of Lower Lusatia, it was presented as a gift to the margraves of Brandenburg by King Ferdinand I of Bohemia together with neighbouring Beeskow. Since then it has remained part of Brandenburg.

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Storkow (Mark) is a town in the Oder-Spree district, in Brandenburg, Germany.

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