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After Spandau, Köpenick is the second-oldest district in Berlin. Köpenick, which merged with Treptow in 2001, is a place of superlatives. The greenest, most water-rich district of Berlin consists of 75 percent of forest, meadows and water. The Müggelsee is the largest lake in the capital. Berlin-Köpenick is also known for its historic downtown, the castle and music events. Köpenick, Friedrichshagen, Grünau, Oberschöneweide, Rahnsdorf, Müggelheim and Schmöckwitz are characterized by a mixture of magnificent mansions with beautiful gardens, apartments in mostly two-storey houses from the 18th and 19th century and modern new-build apartments.