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Baltic Sea Coast

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* [[Greifswald]]: university, nuclear fusion reactor "Wendelstein 7-X"
* [[Bad Doberan]]
* [[Heringsdorf]]: baltic sea Baltic Sea spa on Usedom, large pier
* [[Kiel]]: university, ferry line
* [[Lübeck]]: university, college, ferry line, sea port
* [[Sassnitz]]: on the island of Rügen (Ruegen), ferry line, fishing port with the longest outside molo of [[Europe]], chalk-cliffs ("best known ''Königstuhl" => "'' - ''Kings chair"'')
==Other destinations==
* [[Mecklenburg lake district]]: cluster of lakes in the center of Mecklenburg-Western PommeraniaPomerania. Including the second largest lake of Germany, the "Müritz".
The Baltic Sea Coast developed into one of the today's most popular holiday regions from the 19th century onwards. It is especially famous for its long bathing beaches between the island of Usedom and the city of Kiel. The Baltic Sea spas on Rügen and Usedom as well as the city Kühlungsborn have already been very popular in upper-class circles in the 19th century. Evidence of this can in particular be found in the mansions built in the spa style of the turn-of-the-century. Besides beaches and sea spas the region is famous for its different types of coastline (bodden-coast; cliffed cliff coast) and the diverse nature. The National Park Jasmund on Rügen is a World Heritage - natural site, whereas the historic cities of the Hanseatic towns [[Stralsund]] and [[Wismar]] are classified as a [[UNESCO World Heritage]] - cultural site.

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