In the 17th century Adam Otto von Viereck gave the village Buch its view in form of a castle, a park and a church in baroque style. Later writers as Thedor Fontane and Käthe Kollwitz daydreamt about its beauty of the romantic village after they stayed there. After the monuments had been damaged during the Second World War again they had been restored.
Since the place became part of Berlin the once romantic village has changed to a densly populated district which still is worth seeing. Today it is mainly caracterised by science, biotechiniques and medecine.
Worth Seeing: Castle Church, Castle Park Buch, Campus Buch, natural surroundings