Welcome to Heiligengrabe, Germany.
The history of the town of Heiligengrabe, which is located in the eastern German state of Brandenburg, is closely tied to the establishment and development of Heiligengrabe Abbey, which was originally founded as a Cistercian nunnery in 1289. “Heiligengrabe” means “grave of the saints”. In the recent past, the town has attracted increasing attention both because of the surrounding region’s many tourist attractions and because of its industrial park. Many small and midsized enterprises (SMEs) as well as a handful of internationally active large corporations have discovered that Heiligengrabe in the Ostprignitz-Ruppin district is an excellent place to do business, being located right on the Witstock/Dosse motorway interchange (where the A19 and A24 motorways meet). It is therefore a logistically very attractive base for serving customers in Hamburg, Berlin and Rostock and points in between.