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Kuhlungsborn, Mecklenburg Vorpommern, Germany

Kuhlungsborn or Bootshafen Kühlungsborn is a port in the seaside resort of Kuhlungsborn, Rostock district. The resort is one of the first to be founded in Germany and is a popular location with a long beach and a promenade by the marina. Visitors can either relax at one of the many restaurants or visit and buy souvenirs from the shops found here. Tourists can opt for bicycle transport inside the city and for the nearby premises a very popular attraction is the Molli steam railway that stretches for 15 kilometres on the Baltic Sea coast. A very old artefact can be found in the area, the Kuhlung, a wooden ridge formed during the ice age as a push moraine. Man-made attractions are located in Kuhlungsborn, like the 13th century St. John’s Church, or the Kuhlungsborn Pier. The Baltic Sea watchtower by the pier, one of East Germany’s last remaining witnesses still reminds of German division. In the resort visitors can also stumble upon the monument for the victims of fascism built 4 decades ago.

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Attractions in Mecklenburg Vorpommern

The sixth biggest region and least populated province in Germany - Mecklenburg-Vorpommern is a superb area situated in the northern part of Germany and offers visitors unique landscapes and natural landmark as well as important cultural venues. This area is fantastic and is very diverse. If you are seeking a place to have a relaxing holiday but still experience a piece of Germany’s history, this is the place to visit.

Mecklenburg-Vorpommern is also positioned on the shores of the Baltic Sea and is the host of two of Germany’s largest islands: Rügen and Usedom. These unique locations will amaze you with their wildlife as almost 20% of the creatures that populate the surrounding forests were bred in captivity and then released in the wild.

Güstrow Palace is one the most famous landmarks in Mecklenburg-Vorpommern and was constructed in 1558 for the Duke of Mecklenburg. For several years, it served as a fortress for German troops duri... more info