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During Kulkwitzer lake Already 1973 was made available as a flooded open pit for bathers, the Leipzig New Lakeland started with the Cospuden Lake its rapid development, in which many coal mining sites have since become bathing lakes. It followed the Markkleeberg lake, then the Hainer See, the Störmthaler and the Zwenkauer See.

Also in the north Leipzig developed in this exciting time Gremmin Lake and Gröberner See at Gräfenhainichen, due to the flooding of the trough in the year 2002 in the shortest possible time Goitzsche at Bitterfeld.

Various lakeside businesses have been established along the lakes, ports have been built, beaches and footbridges, as well as restaurants and holiday apartments, campgrounds and recreational facilities of all kinds. The entrepreneurially related companies such as Pier1, LeipzigSeen and Blauwasser as well as the partners from Zwenkauer See, Geiseltal and the opencast mining lakes north of Leipzig want to use the portal "leipzigseen.de"Use synergies with each other, give a convenient overview of their offers and thus strengthen the destination of the Leipzig New Lakeland.

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Cospuden Lake

Pier1 GmbH & Co.
Harbor Road 23
04416 Markkleeberg
+49 341 356510
copuden@leipzigseen.de

Contact: Sandra Schoffer, Hendrik Kabisch

Kulkwitzer lake

LeipzigSeen GmbH & Mittelseen GmbH
Seestraße 1
04207 Leipzig
+49 341 710770
kulkwitzersee@leipzigseen.de

Contact: Simone Kabisch, Petra Schumann

Hainer See

Blauwasser Seemanagement GmbH
At the lagoon 17-23
04575 Neukieritzsch OT Kahnsdorf
+49 3433 2606000
hainersee@leipzigseen.de

Contact person: Gabi Schink, Sarah Bichel, Claudia Müller