Eastern Brick Circuit

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305 km

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  • Tour tips: Port and Hanseatic City of Rostock, UNESCO World Heritage City of Stralsund with Brick Gothic, University and Hanseatic City of Greifswald.

 

Rail connections: Rostock, Stralsund, Greifswald, among others

Vom Gehlsdorfer Ufer den Blick auf den Rostocker Stadthafen genießen, © TMV/Tiemann

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Stages: 5 | The brick churches in Rostock, Stralsund and Greifswald are considered the crowning glory of medieval architecture. In smaller harbor towns and in the hinterland, too, the red stones pile up to form imposing contemporary witnesses. In addition to a lot of history, cyclists enjoy unspoiled nature and swimming fun.

Stages: 5 | The brick churches in Rostock, Stralsund and Greifswald are considered the crowning glory of medieval architecture. In smaller harbor towns and in the hinterland, too, the red stones pile up to form imposing contemporary witnesses. In addition to a lot of history, cyclists enjoy unspoiled nature and swimming fun.

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Three representative brick churches in Rostock compete with colorful gabled houses and set the mood for a journey to witnesses of the impressive architecture of the Middle Ages. A few kilometers away lies the traditional seaside resort of Warnemünde. Its maritime flair invites you to take a first rest. Beyond the Warnow River stretches the green sea of the Rostock Heath. Already from a distance the brick tower of St. Marien welcomes the guests of the amber town Ribnitz-Damgarten.

The second stage leads along the Bodden waters between the idyllic Fischland-Darß-Zingst Peninsula and the mainland. A visit to the Vineta town of Barth provides a change of pace. From the church tower in Barth you have a magnificent view of the unique bird paradise of the National Park of Vorpommersche Boddenlandschaft. In the distance, the silhouette of Stralsund appears. With its three monumental brick churches, the old Hanseatic city is a UNESCO World Heritage Site.

On the way to Greifswald, cyclists enjoy the wide view of the flat countryside before reaching another highlight of the journey. Three handsome medieval churches loom unmistakably over the Hanseatic City of Greifswald. Outside the city, the ruins of the Eldena Monastery, which was a favorite motif of the painter Casper David Friedrich, are a dream.

The idyllic valleys of Trebel and Recknitz offer a variety of opportunities for nature observation as you continue on your way. On the Recknitz lies Bad Sülze - the oldest moor and brine bath in northern Germany - which once supplied all of Mecklenburg with table salt. Lush meadows, shady forests and small lakes characterize the last kilometers.

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DJH Youth Hostel Greifswald

  • Pestalozzistraße, 17489 Greifswald

Welcome to our city hostel between the Islands of Usedom and Rügen. Here you can have it all: Culture, nature, history and sports - it's all on your doorstep.

Read more: "DJH Youth Hostel Greifswald"
© slube

slube at the marina Greifswald

  • Salinenstraße, 17489 Greifswald

Coastal feeling meets cool student city: With slubes you stay right in the heart of Greifswald at the marina overlooking the Ryck River. Directly between Rügen and Usedom, it is not far to the Baltic Sea beach and great windsurfing and sailing locations.

Read more: "slube at the marina Greifswald"
Blue Doors Hostel Old Town, © Blue Doors Hostel

Blue Doors Hostel Old Town

  • Beginenberg, 18055 Rostock

Central hostel in the old town of Rostock.

Read more: "Blue Doors Hostel Old Town"
Our traditional 4-star hotel blends in harmoniously with the predominant brick architecture of the UNESCO World Heritage city., © Hotel Baltic/Henrike Schunck

arcona HOTEL BALTIC

  • Frankendamm, 18439 Stralsund

Charming hotel with a long-standing tradition in Stralsund, nestling perfectly in the prevailing brick architecture of the old town. Just a few steps from the historic town centre and harbour, the hotel features 127 comfortable rooms and 5 apartments, some with views of the Marienkirche (St. Mary's Church) or the Strelasund.

Read more: "arcona HOTEL BALTIC"
© a-ja Resort Warnemünde

a-ja Warnemünde. The resort.

  • Zur Promenade, 18119 Rostock-Warnemünde

Finally there is the SPA vacation for all. Vacation with a-ja is new and above all affordable, comfortable, but without superfluous luxury. With a-ja you decide what belongs to your vacation and you only pay for what you really enjoy and use.

Read more: "a-ja Warnemünde. The resort."
© DOCK INN GmbH

DOCK INN Hostel Warnemünde

  • Zum Zollamt, 18119 Rostock

The DOCK INN is Germany's first hostel made of upcycled overseas containers and makes active vacationers, design fans and families equally happy.

Read more: "DOCK INN Hostel Warnemünde"
© TZ HST

Tourist Centre of the Hanseatic City of Stralsund

  • Open today
  • Alter Markt, 18439 Stralsund

Welcome to the Hanseatic and world heritage city of Stralsund! Here, every brick and every canal make the exciting history of the beautiful 'hanseat' some alive, whose traces lead back to 1234.

Read more: "Tourist Centre of the Hanseatic City of Stralsund"
© Martin Hagemann

E-bike charging station at the market Bad Sülze

  • Freely accessible at any time
  • Am Markt, 18334 Bad Sülze

Bicycle racks and 4 charging boxes with space for 2 batteries each - free use.

Read more: "E-bike charging station at the market Bad Sülze"
© Stadt RDG, Amt für Tourismus, Schule und Kultur

Tourist Information Ribnitz-Damgarten

  • Am Markt, 18311 Ribnitz-Damgarten

The modern, accessible tourist information as a contact point for tourists and citizens is located in the Bernsteinhaus at the market in the Ribnitz district, directly in front of the town church St. Marien. Dwell and parking lot is directly adjacent to the Bernsteinhaus, equipped with public WC.

Read more: "Tourist Information Ribnitz-Damgarten"
© Little John Bikes AG

Little John Bikes Rostock

  • Handwerkstraße, 18069 Rostock

Under the motto BEGEISTERUNG ERFAHR, the bicycle dealer Little John Bikes puts itself at the service of its customers with a service package specially geared to the needs of cyclists and a first-class product selection and is available to all vacationers in Mecklenburg-Vorpommern with a large selection of rental bikes.

Read more: "Little John Bikes Rostock"
© Gudrun Krüger

Bike station at Greifswald train station

  • Bahnhofstraße, 17489 Greifswald

Bike station with parking spaces for bicycles, recumbents, tandems and cargo bikes. Located directly at Greifswald's main train station.

Read more: "Bike station at Greifswald train station"
© Kunsthalle Rostock

Rostock Art Gallery

  • Open today
  • Hamburger Straße, 18069 Rostock

The Kunsthalle Rostock shows exhibitions of contemporary art and modern classics. The listed building (1969) houses a collection of graphic sheets, paintings and sculptures, especially pieces of the region and East German art.

Read more: "Rostock Art Gallery"
© Gudrun Koch

Eldena monastery ruins

  • Freely accessible at any time
  • Wolgaster Landstraße, 17493 Greifswald

The monastery ruins and park are a popular excursion destination for Greifswald residents and their guests. The monastery ruins are also the starting and finishing point of the themed cycle path "Route of North German Romanticism", which traces the stations and lives of the North German Romantics of Western Pomerania.

Read more: "Eldena monastery ruins"
© Gudrun Koch

St. Nikolai Cathedral Greifswald

  • Domstraße, 17489 Greifswald

Greifswald Cathedral is one of the most beautiful sacred buildings in northern Germany. With its 100 m high tower, it towers over the Hanseatic City of Greifswald. From its tower gallery, you have an impressive view as far as the Island of Rügen.

Read more: "St. Nikolai Cathedral Greifswald"
View of the monastery courtyard, © Ribnitz Damgarten

Deutsches Bernsteinmuseum - German Amber Museum

  • Open today
  • Im Kloster, 18311 Ribnitz-Damgarten

You can expect an exciting introduction to the natural history and geology of the fossil resin and precious works of art from 3000 years on over 1,000 square metres. The exhibition on the history of the monastery and convent in the adjacent monastery church shows hidden and revealed treasures so that you can also trace the life of the Poor Clares and the Protestant landowner's daughters at this place.

Read more: "Deutsches Bernsteinmuseum - German Amber Museum"
© Tourismus- und Kur GmbH Graal-Müritz (AP)

TUKI Railway Graal-Müritz

  • Rostocker Str., 18181 Graal-Müritz

The "TUKI-Bahn" is our path railroad that takes tourists and locals through the village. On the way you will learn interesting and interesting facts along the route. The TUKI-Bahn is especially popular with families with children.

Read more: "TUKI Railway Graal-Müritz"
© Vogelpark Marlow/Zöger

Bird Park Marlow

  • Open today
  • Kölzower Chaussee, 18337 Marlow

The 22 hectare park landscape shows animals from all continents in spacious, natural and walkable facilities for the visitor! Daily animal and flight shows take visitors on a short trip around the world. Several play worlds make the hearts of young and old adventurers beat faster.

Read more: "Bird Park Marlow"
© Lutz Werner

City church Bad Sülze

  • Am Kirchplatz, 18334 Bad Sülze

Brick church built in the 13th century on the highest point of the village by Westphalian farmers who settled at the Sülz salt springs.

Read more: "City church Bad Sülze"
© TMV/Gohlke

Pier Graal-Müritz

  • Freely accessible at any time
  • 18181 Graal-Müritz

The pier of Graal-Müritz is 350 m long and was opened on April 10, 1993. From here you can start with the MS Baltica to Warnemünde.

Read more: "Pier Graal-Müritz"
© Eric Groß

Rostock Maritime Museum

  • Open today
  • IGA-Park Schmarl-Dorf, 18106 Rostock

Experience a listed 10,000-ton ocean-going freighter from the inside as well - with engine room, bridge or sailor's chamber. This is possible on the traditional ship in the IGA Park.

Read more: "Rostock Maritime Museum"
© Tourismus- und Kur GmbH

Lukaskirche Graal-Müritz

  • Kastanienallee, 18181 Graal-Müritz

The Lutheran church stands between the districts of Graal and Müritz, surrounded by the cemetery and houses. It was designed by Gottfried Ludwig Möckel by order of the Grand Duke Friedrich Franz IV and consecrated on October 18, 1908. Curiously, the tower is not located in the west as usual.

Read more: "Lukaskirche Graal-Müritz"
© René Legrand

Alter Strom Warnemünde

  • Freely accessible at any time
  • Am Strom, 18119 Warnemünde

The 'Alte Strom' was the only shipping route to the Rostock harbour until 1903. Today only yachts, passenger ships and fishing boats anchor here.

Read more: "Alter Strom Warnemünde"
© Stadt Barth, Paszehr

Barth city port

  • Hafenstraße, 18356 Barth

The port of Barth is the largest port in the Bodden waters between Barhöft and Ribnitz-Damgarten (marine radio - channel 15).

Read more: "Barth city port"
© TZ HST

St. Mary's Church Stralsund

  • Marienstraße, 18439 Stralsund

The Marienkirche, also called St. Marien, is the largest church in the city. From the 104 meter high tower (366 steps) of the Marienkirche you have a unique view over Stralsund to Rügen.

Read more: "St. Mary's Church Stralsund"
© Zoo Rostock/Braun

Rostock Zoo

  • Open today
  • Barnstorfer Ring, 18059 Rostock

At Rostock Zoo, the best zoo in Europe, experience 4,200 animals in 430 different species from all over the world in just one day. In the DARWINEUM, you will embark on a spectacular journey through evolution. The heart of the living museum beats in the Tropical Hall - home to the gorillas and orangutans. Open daily from 9 a.m.

Read more: "Rostock Zoo"
© Joachim Kloock

St. Mary's Church Rostock

  • Open today
  • Bei der Marienkirche, 18055 Rostock

St. Mary's is Rostock's largest and most important church, first mentioned in a document in 1232. Transept and nave of the cruciform basilica are of equal length and emphasize the massive and closed impression. The church has precious furnishings, such as the oldest astronomical clock in northern Germany from 1472, which functions with original parts, and a bronze baptismal fountain from 1290.

Read more: "St. Mary's Church Rostock"
© Angelika Heim

Rostock City Hall

  • Neuer Markt, 18055 Rostock

On the former market square of the middle town you can now find gabled houses, seagull fountains with Greek gods and the town hall. The latter was built around 1270 as a two-story double gable house with a vaulted cellar.

Read more: "Rostock City Hall"
© Gudrun Koch

Greifswald Botanical Garden

  • Münterstraße, 17489 Greifswald

The botanical garden was founded in 1763 and belongs to the University of Greifswald. It consists of 16 greenhouses and outdoor areas, ponds, 8000 different plant species including: Cacti, giant water lilies, tropical orchids and aromatic and medicinal plants. The construction of the new botanical garden (arboretum) began in 1934 under botany professor Paul Metzner (1893-1968) on Friedrich-Ludwig-Jahn-Straße.

Read more: "Greifswald Botanical Garden"
© TMV/Gohlke

Rhododendron Park

  • Open today
  • Zarnesweg, 18181 Graal-Müritz

Directly behind the dunes of the Baltic Sea beach is the 4.5 ha rhododendron park. The park was created in the years 1955-1961 by the Rostock garden architect Friedrich-Karl Evert on a former sand pit. It is unique in Mecklenburg and one of the largest in Germany.

Read more: "Rhododendron Park"
© Siegfried Mayska

Stralsund City Hall

  • Alter Markt, 18439 Stralsund

The building, erected in the style of North German brick Gothic, whose construction dates back to the years 1300-1310, is one of the most important secular buildings on the Baltic coast. Above the large windows of the market front of the town hall, the coats of arms of the neighboring Hanseatic cities point to the importance of the Hanseatic League for Stralsund. The display gable is unique in the Baltic region.

Read more: "Stralsund City Hall"
© DJH MV / Danny Gohlke

DJH Youth Hostel Greifswald

  • Pestalozzistraße, 17489 Greifswald

Welcome to our city hostel between the Islands of Usedom and Rügen. Here you can have it all: Culture, nature, history and sports - it's all on your doorstep.

Read more: "DJH Youth Hostel Greifswald"
© slube

slube at the marina Greifswald

  • Salinenstraße, 17489 Greifswald

Coastal feeling meets cool student city: With slubes you stay right in the heart of Greifswald at the marina overlooking the Ryck River. Directly between Rügen and Usedom, it is not far to the Baltic Sea beach and great windsurfing and sailing locations.

Read more: "slube at the marina Greifswald"
Blue Doors Hostel Old Town, © Blue Doors Hostel

Blue Doors Hostel Old Town

  • Beginenberg, 18055 Rostock

Central hostel in the old town of Rostock.

Read more: "Blue Doors Hostel Old Town"
Our traditional 4-star hotel blends in harmoniously with the predominant brick architecture of the UNESCO World Heritage city., © Hotel Baltic/Henrike Schunck

arcona HOTEL BALTIC

  • Frankendamm, 18439 Stralsund

Charming hotel with a long-standing tradition in Stralsund, nestling perfectly in the prevailing brick architecture of the old town. Just a few steps from the historic town centre and harbour, the hotel features 127 comfortable rooms and 5 apartments, some with views of the Marienkirche (St. Mary's Church) or the Strelasund.

Read more: "arcona HOTEL BALTIC"
© a-ja Resort Warnemünde

a-ja Warnemünde. The resort.

  • Zur Promenade, 18119 Rostock-Warnemünde

Finally there is the SPA vacation for all. Vacation with a-ja is new and above all affordable, comfortable, but without superfluous luxury. With a-ja you decide what belongs to your vacation and you only pay for what you really enjoy and use.

Read more: "a-ja Warnemünde. The resort."
© DOCK INN GmbH

DOCK INN Hostel Warnemünde

  • Zum Zollamt, 18119 Rostock

The DOCK INN is Germany's first hostel made of upcycled overseas containers and makes active vacationers, design fans and families equally happy.

Read more: "DOCK INN Hostel Warnemünde"
© TZ HST

Tourist Centre of the Hanseatic City of Stralsund

  • Open today
  • Alter Markt, 18439 Stralsund

Welcome to the Hanseatic and world heritage city of Stralsund! Here, every brick and every canal make the exciting history of the beautiful 'hanseat' some alive, whose traces lead back to 1234.

Read more: "Tourist Centre of the Hanseatic City of Stralsund"
© Martin Hagemann

E-bike charging station at the market Bad Sülze

  • Freely accessible at any time
  • Am Markt, 18334 Bad Sülze

Bicycle racks and 4 charging boxes with space for 2 batteries each - free use.

Read more: "E-bike charging station at the market Bad Sülze"
© Stadt RDG, Amt für Tourismus, Schule und Kultur

Tourist Information Ribnitz-Damgarten

  • Am Markt, 18311 Ribnitz-Damgarten

The modern, accessible tourist information as a contact point for tourists and citizens is located in the Bernsteinhaus at the market in the Ribnitz district, directly in front of the town church St. Marien. Dwell and parking lot is directly adjacent to the Bernsteinhaus, equipped with public WC.

Read more: "Tourist Information Ribnitz-Damgarten"
© Little John Bikes AG

Little John Bikes Rostock

  • Handwerkstraße, 18069 Rostock

Under the motto BEGEISTERUNG ERFAHR, the bicycle dealer Little John Bikes puts itself at the service of its customers with a service package specially geared to the needs of cyclists and a first-class product selection and is available to all vacationers in Mecklenburg-Vorpommern with a large selection of rental bikes.

Read more: "Little John Bikes Rostock"
© Gudrun Krüger

Bike station at Greifswald train station

  • Bahnhofstraße, 17489 Greifswald

Bike station with parking spaces for bicycles, recumbents, tandems and cargo bikes. Located directly at Greifswald's main train station.

Read more: "Bike station at Greifswald train station"
© Kunsthalle Rostock

Rostock Art Gallery

  • Open today
  • Hamburger Straße, 18069 Rostock

The Kunsthalle Rostock shows exhibitions of contemporary art and modern classics. The listed building (1969) houses a collection of graphic sheets, paintings and sculptures, especially pieces of the region and East German art.

Read more: "Rostock Art Gallery"
© Gudrun Koch

Eldena monastery ruins

  • Freely accessible at any time
  • Wolgaster Landstraße, 17493 Greifswald

The monastery ruins and park are a popular excursion destination for Greifswald residents and their guests. The monastery ruins are also the starting and finishing point of the themed cycle path "Route of North German Romanticism", which traces the stations and lives of the North German Romantics of Western Pomerania.

Read more: "Eldena monastery ruins"
© Gudrun Koch

St. Nikolai Cathedral Greifswald

  • Domstraße, 17489 Greifswald

Greifswald Cathedral is one of the most beautiful sacred buildings in northern Germany. With its 100 m high tower, it towers over the Hanseatic City of Greifswald. From its tower gallery, you have an impressive view as far as the Island of Rügen.

Read more: "St. Nikolai Cathedral Greifswald"
View of the monastery courtyard, © Ribnitz Damgarten

Deutsches Bernsteinmuseum - German Amber Museum

  • Open today
  • Im Kloster, 18311 Ribnitz-Damgarten

You can expect an exciting introduction to the natural history and geology of the fossil resin and precious works of art from 3000 years on over 1,000 square metres. The exhibition on the history of the monastery and convent in the adjacent monastery church shows hidden and revealed treasures so that you can also trace the life of the Poor Clares and the Protestant landowner's daughters at this place.

Read more: "Deutsches Bernsteinmuseum - German Amber Museum"
© Tourismus- und Kur GmbH Graal-Müritz (AP)

TUKI Railway Graal-Müritz

  • Rostocker Str., 18181 Graal-Müritz

The "TUKI-Bahn" is our path railroad that takes tourists and locals through the village. On the way you will learn interesting and interesting facts along the route. The TUKI-Bahn is especially popular with families with children.

Read more: "TUKI Railway Graal-Müritz"
© Vogelpark Marlow/Zöger

Bird Park Marlow

  • Open today
  • Kölzower Chaussee, 18337 Marlow

The 22 hectare park landscape shows animals from all continents in spacious, natural and walkable facilities for the visitor! Daily animal and flight shows take visitors on a short trip around the world. Several play worlds make the hearts of young and old adventurers beat faster.

Read more: "Bird Park Marlow"
© Lutz Werner

City church Bad Sülze

  • Am Kirchplatz, 18334 Bad Sülze

Brick church built in the 13th century on the highest point of the village by Westphalian farmers who settled at the Sülz salt springs.

Read more: "City church Bad Sülze"
© TMV/Gohlke

Pier Graal-Müritz

  • Freely accessible at any time
  • 18181 Graal-Müritz

The pier of Graal-Müritz is 350 m long and was opened on April 10, 1993. From here you can start with the MS Baltica to Warnemünde.

Read more: "Pier Graal-Müritz"
© Eric Groß

Rostock Maritime Museum

  • Open today
  • IGA-Park Schmarl-Dorf, 18106 Rostock

Experience a listed 10,000-ton ocean-going freighter from the inside as well - with engine room, bridge or sailor's chamber. This is possible on the traditional ship in the IGA Park.

Read more: "Rostock Maritime Museum"
© Tourismus- und Kur GmbH

Lukaskirche Graal-Müritz

  • Kastanienallee, 18181 Graal-Müritz

The Lutheran church stands between the districts of Graal and Müritz, surrounded by the cemetery and houses. It was designed by Gottfried Ludwig Möckel by order of the Grand Duke Friedrich Franz IV and consecrated on October 18, 1908. Curiously, the tower is not located in the west as usual.

Read more: "Lukaskirche Graal-Müritz"
© René Legrand

Alter Strom Warnemünde

  • Freely accessible at any time
  • Am Strom, 18119 Warnemünde

The 'Alte Strom' was the only shipping route to the Rostock harbour until 1903. Today only yachts, passenger ships and fishing boats anchor here.

Read more: "Alter Strom Warnemünde"
© Stadt Barth, Paszehr

Barth city port

  • Hafenstraße, 18356 Barth

The port of Barth is the largest port in the Bodden waters between Barhöft and Ribnitz-Damgarten (marine radio - channel 15).

Read more: "Barth city port"
© TZ HST

St. Mary's Church Stralsund

  • Marienstraße, 18439 Stralsund

The Marienkirche, also called St. Marien, is the largest church in the city. From the 104 meter high tower (366 steps) of the Marienkirche you have a unique view over Stralsund to Rügen.

Read more: "St. Mary's Church Stralsund"
© Zoo Rostock/Braun

Rostock Zoo

  • Open today
  • Barnstorfer Ring, 18059 Rostock

At Rostock Zoo, the best zoo in Europe, experience 4,200 animals in 430 different species from all over the world in just one day. In the DARWINEUM, you will embark on a spectacular journey through evolution. The heart of the living museum beats in the Tropical Hall - home to the gorillas and orangutans. Open daily from 9 a.m.

Read more: "Rostock Zoo"
© Joachim Kloock

St. Mary's Church Rostock

  • Open today
  • Bei der Marienkirche, 18055 Rostock

St. Mary's is Rostock's largest and most important church, first mentioned in a document in 1232. Transept and nave of the cruciform basilica are of equal length and emphasize the massive and closed impression. The church has precious furnishings, such as the oldest astronomical clock in northern Germany from 1472, which functions with original parts, and a bronze baptismal fountain from 1290.

Read more: "St. Mary's Church Rostock"
© Angelika Heim

Rostock City Hall

  • Neuer Markt, 18055 Rostock

On the former market square of the middle town you can now find gabled houses, seagull fountains with Greek gods and the town hall. The latter was built around 1270 as a two-story double gable house with a vaulted cellar.

Read more: "Rostock City Hall"
© Gudrun Koch

Greifswald Botanical Garden

  • Münterstraße, 17489 Greifswald

The botanical garden was founded in 1763 and belongs to the University of Greifswald. It consists of 16 greenhouses and outdoor areas, ponds, 8000 different plant species including: Cacti, giant water lilies, tropical orchids and aromatic and medicinal plants. The construction of the new botanical garden (arboretum) began in 1934 under botany professor Paul Metzner (1893-1968) on Friedrich-Ludwig-Jahn-Straße.

Read more: "Greifswald Botanical Garden"
© TMV/Gohlke

Rhododendron Park

  • Open today
  • Zarnesweg, 18181 Graal-Müritz

Directly behind the dunes of the Baltic Sea beach is the 4.5 ha rhododendron park. The park was created in the years 1955-1961 by the Rostock garden architect Friedrich-Karl Evert on a former sand pit. It is unique in Mecklenburg and one of the largest in Germany.

Read more: "Rhododendron Park"
© Siegfried Mayska

Stralsund City Hall

  • Alter Markt, 18439 Stralsund

The building, erected in the style of North German brick Gothic, whose construction dates back to the years 1300-1310, is one of the most important secular buildings on the Baltic coast. Above the large windows of the market front of the town hall, the coats of arms of the neighboring Hanseatic cities point to the importance of the Hanseatic League for Stralsund. The display gable is unique in the Baltic region.

Read more: "Stralsund City Hall"
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