Places

Gate to the garden of Vanderbilt's home

The gate to Vanderbilt’s home remained at Central Park / Das Tor zum Anwesen der Vanderbilts blieb erhalten und steht heute im Central Park (photo centralparknyc.org)

In these sites we will introduce points, locations and places which played a role in the life of Count von Luckner. These could be cities, villages, known or unknown houses, hotels, rivers, islands and many more.

We thereby not only see the spectaclar or special things, even a restaurant the Count held a lecture in could be such a place. But we have to know about such places, otherwise we cannot inform on them. Therfore, we need your support and help!

Do you know places where the “Sea Devil” has been or can be brought into connection with him?

We are happy about every information, newspaper clippings, pictures, letters or other documents to picture history in an authentic way.

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A numerous list you will find in the link “Count von Luckner Trail”. Here in short words we point to interesting points worldwide (such as the gate to Vanderbilt’s home to be seen in the picture here) showing were to find them.

This Trail you will find <<< HERE >>>

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Here you will find a list of the places which are worth mentioning. The list will always be updated. For further information please click at the relevant link.

Pennrich / Dresden – von Luckner was born resp. grew up here

Halle (Saale) – the favourite city of the Count, he helped to save from destruction in 1945

Lübeck – here he was educated for being a mate

Papenburg – at a school in his town got his  captain’s patent

Hamburg – a place of his home and his last resting-place

Malmö – point of origin of the Countess, their home, his place of death

New York City – here the Count worked and lived for a while

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