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In 1870, the painter [[Eduard Gaertner]] and his family decided to leave the hectic atmosphere of Berlin and settle in Flecken Zechlin, a suburb of Rheinsberg - where he lived until his death in 1877.
 
Rheinsberg is the location for Kurt Tucholsky's ''[[Rheinsberg (story)|Rheinsberg]]'', a 1912 picture book for lovers based on an autobiographical weekend trip.
 
== Demography ==