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Schloss Meseberg is a Baroque castle 65 kilometres north of Berlin in Meseberg in Brandenburg, Germany which is the official state guest house of the German Federal Government. It is situated in an estate near the town of Gransee southeast of a lake known as the Huwenowsee.
Built by the Wartensleben family in 1739, to replace a previous building on the site that had burnt down, the Schloss passed to the von der Gröben family in the second half of the century. The property was later owned by the Lessing family, owners of the Berlin newspaper Vossische Zeitung. The house was appropriated by the German Democratic Republic in 1945. After the reunification of Germany the estate was bought by the Messerschmitt Foundation, the Schloss and gardens repaired, and then leased the Federal German Government for a small nominal consideration.
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