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*[[Rügen]] (Ruegen): Germany´s largest island in the northeast, famous for its bathing beaches and chalk cliffs
*[[Rügen]] (Ruegen): Germany´s largest island (926 square kilometres, famous for its bathing beaches and chalk cliffs as well as its diverse nature)
*[[Usedom]]: island in the east of [[Mecklenburg-Western Pomerania]]
*[[Usedom]]: island in the east of [[Mecklenburg-Western Pomerania]]. Second largest island of Germany. Its western part is located on the national territory of Poland.
*[[Fischland-Darss-Zingst]]: peninsula in the north of [[Mecklenburg-Western Pomerania]]
*[[Fischland-Darss-Zingst]]: peninsula in the north of [[Mecklenburg-Western Pomerania]]. Known for its fishing villages und bathing beaches.

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The Baltic Sea Coast (Ostseeküste) of Germany is a vacation region located in the northern federal states of Schleswig-Holstein and Mecklenburg-Western Pomerania.



  • Rostock: university, ferry line, sea port
  • Stralsund: German Oceanographic Museum [1] with the Ozeaneum, which was to be finished in 2008.
  • Wismar: college, threw
  • Greifswald: university
  • Bad Doberan
  • Heringsdorf
  • 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 mole of Europe, chalk-cliffs ("Königstuhl" => "Kings chair")

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