|Ortsteil of Dallgow-Döberitz|
|Elevation||39 m (128 ft)|
|Time zone||CET/CEST (UTC+1/+2)|
Seeburg was first mentioned in 1283. In 1375 the whole village belonged to the cloisters in nearby Spandau. In 1945 it became part of the Soviet Zone of Occupation. Since its territory stretched to the Havel river it cut through the main access roads to the RAF Gatow airfield. This so-called Seeburger Zipfel, comprising Weinmeisterhöhe and part of Groß Glienicke, was part of an exchange of territory between the British and the Soviets involving West-Staaken. On August 30, 1945 Seeburg with a population of ca. 1350 became part of West-Berlin. Tiefwerder Meadows, located on the left bank of the Havel, were not part of this deal and remained off limits until unification in 1990.
- Jürgen Grothe, Spandau: Stadt an Spree und Havel: aus der Chronik eines Berliner Bezirks, 1971, S. 175
- Kirche Seeburg http://www.kirche-seeburg.de/index-cmd=1&id=1.html. Retrieved 22 June 2017. Missing or empty
- (in German) Seeburg official website