Enjoying idyllic nature and at the same time taking a stroll through an art exhibition; this delightful combination is on the 18km trail leading from Berlin-Buch, over the Barnim.
Within a period of 12 years,artists created 114 sculptures, that are lined up along the path as a permanent exhibition.They call their project “Stones without frontiers”, with which they take part in the European project“Road of Peace – Road of sculptures in Europe”.Eleven of these art trails were already created in Europe.The sculptors picked up the dream of their colleague Otto Freundlich, who wanted to createsculpturesalong routes throughout Europethat would be accompanying the traveler with thoughts of peace and freedom.Freundlich was not able to fulfill his plans. He was murdered by Nazis at Sobibór extermination camp in 1943.
However, his idea begins to take shape. In Berlin,the sculptors Rudolf J. Kaltenbach and Silvia Christine Fohrer initiated a sculptors’ symposium “Stones without frontiers”from Berlin toBrandenburg.Over 130 artists stood in support of Otto Freundlich’s peace, equality and humanity.
Interested can purchase A catalog that documents the Berlin Symposia between 2001 and 2012 in our Tourist Information in the Kulturbrauerei.