more than one thousand years ago the turns at the Labussee established themselves and created a fishing village. The place name Zwenzow comes from the word sveca, which means in approximately domicile of the holy family. 1275 are mentioned Zwenzow as Swenza and 1568 as Tzuuentze. After that the plague had raged around 1350 in the area, kept themselves the name alone 400 years long as corridor designation - inhabitant had Zwenzow up to then none more.
Only toward end 18. Century developed a new settlement with a Teerschwelerei and a Holzwärterei. The 1878 furnished school was until 1958 in use.
Then the Sommerfrischler in such a way specified to the turn of the century, which came from the large cities into unaffected nature, brought upswing. For it at the edge of forest the house at the lake was established, which offered a large Glasveranda view of the Labussee. After the Second World War a mother convalescent home became, after the turn the Badehus from this house.
The Zwenzower air-lock developed 1934 as connection between the Useriner lake and the large Labussee around Langholz too would flow. It is also the only one with their 80 meters the longest air-lock in the Mecklenburgian sea-plate and, which will drive on directly from the lake.
- walter Karbe and walter Gotsmann: Into the country do gymnastics. Over Zwenzow up to becoming green the hut. Nature and homeland friends, Neustrelitz 1957
- Klaus Ridder and Heinz scythe houses: Wesenberger environment. see discovering and. Lenover publishing house, Neustrelitz 1997, ISBN 3-930164-32-9
- Ursula Schmidt: When our villages developed. In: Peoples Schmidt (Hrsg.): New breaking citizen mosaic, 1992