With its many different areas, the Berlin district of Treptow-Köpenick is the largest district in the federal capital and has an excellent infrastructure, as well as attractive residential areas that are characterised by their immediate vicinity to the green recreational areas of the capital. Köpenick is the home of the Greater and Smaller Müggelsee lakes. The cycle and hiking paths that surround them provide space for diverse leisure activities. The sights in the district of Köpenick include the castle of the same name, which was built in the Baroque style and is located in the northern part of the Dahme Island, the so-called “Castle Island”. Today the castle houses the oldest arts and crafts museum in Germany. Also worth visiting is the Köpenick Town Hall, an imposing red-brick building, at the entrance of which is a statue of the famous “Hauptmann von Köpenick”.