- 4.1 municipal
- 4.2 Coat of Arms
- 4.3 flag
- 5.1 Museums
- 5.2 Structures
- 5.3 Natural Monuments
- 5.4 Regular events
The place in the sub- Spreewald lies north of the city Lubben (Spreewald), directly at the river Spree.
Inhabited parts of municipalities are Buschmühlenteich, forest house book grove, forest house Schlepzig and Petkamsberg.
The town was first mentioned in 1004 in a deed of Henry II to the monastery Nienburg. 1769 there was a major fire after a farmer's wife on the way from back home to the house some embers had fallen off and stored there flax inflamed. Large parts of the village and the church were destroyed by fire.
The Council of the Municipality Schlepzig Council consists of eight women and councilors.
- Group of voters SG Green White Schlepzig: 3 seats
- Group of voters Traditions and Folk Society Schlepzig: 3 seats
- Group of voters Kahnfährleute Unterspreewald: 1 seat
- Single applicants: 1 seat
(As at municipal election on October 26, 2003)
Coat of arms
The coat of arms was approved by the Ministry of the Interior of Brandenburg on 12 August 1999.
Blazon: "Under golden Scale Shield main, occupied the front with a sloping right-oblique green oak leaf and rear with a slight left sloping green beech leaf whose stems are crossed in the middle, with blue on a bent- silver sign foot, covered by a diamond-shaped knotted black mesh, a silver perch open mouth. "
The coat of arms was designed by Frank heraldist Diemar.
The flag is dreistreifig in the ratio 1:2:1 and the colors green and white - green with the coat of arms in the middle strip.
Culture and sights
In the list of monuments in Schlepzig all monuments of the community Schlepzig are listed.
- Bauernmuseum Schlepzig (formerly Agricultural History Museum )
- Historic mill
- Fire Museum
- Brewery, distillery,
- Village church Schlepzig
- Willow Schlepzig
Masquerade ball, carnival, parade Kahn, Maitreiben, Schober hard, classical music and feasting, Fisherman's Festival ( " Fishing out " )
- Waldeck Manasseh (1864-1923), businessman, city councilor of Berlin, poet, MP Prussia, was born in Schlepzig
- Gottfried Assel man (1851-1917), 1889-1910 pastor in Schlepzig, local historian