Friedrichswalde (Königsberg)

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Friedrichswalde was a suburban estate and then quarter of western Königsberg, Germany. Its territory is now part of the Tsentralny District of Kaliningrad, Russia.


Friedrichswalde developed from a Jagdschloss, a hunting lodge built in the 1690s after a visit by Frederick III in 1690.[1] Other lodges commissioned by Frederick at the same time were Friedrichshof and Friedrichsberg. It later came into the possession of the Charisius family;[2] their tomb was decorated by Stanislaus Cauer. The estate was incorporated into the city of Königsberg on 16 June 1927.[3]

Friedrichswalde was bordered by Juditten to the southwest, Lawsken to the south, Ratshof to the southeast, and Amalienau to the east.


  1. ^ Gause I, p. 555
  2. ^ Albinus, p. 91
  3. ^ Gause III, p. 56


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  • Gause, Fritz (1965). Die Geschichte der Stadt Königsberg. Band I: Von der Gründung der Stadt bis zum letzten Kurfürsten (in German). Köln: Böhlau Verlag. p. 571. 
  • Gause, Fritz (1971). Die Geschichte der Stadt Königsberg. Band III: Vom Ersten Weltkrieg biz zum Untergang Königsbergs (in German). Köln: Böhlau Verlag. p. 327. ISBN 3-412-38871-8.