You have to wonder, what's so special about a barn? In the case of the Bollewick Barn in Röbel/Müritz, pretty much everything! The house, built in 1881 by Baron von Langermann for Erlenkamp and Spitzkuhn, is not only Germany's largest stone barn, but also a popular place for cultural events, parties, and exhibitions. Workshops and small farmers' shops churn out lovingly-made products and crafts. Studios, manufacturers, cafés - everything can be found in the Bollewick Barn, which attracts 150,000 to 180,000 annual visitors with plenty of variety and ingenuity. Music lovers regularly enjoy concerts here, but even cabarets and flea markets have found a place at the barn. In the gastronomy, hungry visitors are delighted with homemade, regional dishes. Some of the craftsmen: In the Hofrichter workshop, which is integrated into the Bollewick Barn, you can see handmade wooden objects being created and even buy some of the unique pieces. Also the Mecklenburg Candle Factory and the Farm Shop attract visitors with their locally-made, distinctive items - and you can take a piece of your compelling visit home!