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Wolgastsee

Wolgastsee, 17419 Korswandt, Germany

Lake/ River/ Ponds

About Wolgastsee

Wolgastsee is a lake located in Usedom Island in the Baltic Sea, Mecklenburg-Western Pomerania. It is located 0.6 meter below the sea level and its surface area is 0.47 km².



Attractions near Wolgastsee

Heringsdorf Pier4.28km from Wolgastsee

A dock located in Heringsdorf, with 508 meters into the Baltic Sea from the island of Usedom. In 1891–1893, a wooden dock built in settlement of Heringsdorf, which was the longest pier in Europe. In 1958, the whole pier was burned down by a fire and rebuilt in 1995. The pier now has a Museum of the Concert Shell, cinema, café, restaurant, fitness center, tourist gift shops and a holiday village.

Karnin Lift Bridge22.47km from Wolgastsee

Hubbrücke Karnin in German, a railway bridge over the Peenestrom river in North Germany that built in 1933 and destroyed in 1945. It was part of the old Ducherow–Swinemünde railway. It is nominated for designation as a Historic Symbol of Engineering in Germany.

Formerly Peenemünde Information Centre for History and Technology, a museum, established in 1991, in the observation site of the former power station in Peenemünde on Usedom Island, Mecklenburg-Western Pomerania. The museum focuses on the history of the Peenemünde Army Research Centre and the Luftwaffe test site, mainly the rockets and missiles developed between 1936 and 1945.

Sellin Pier60.35km from Wolgastsee

Called Seebrücke Sellin in German, a dock located in the Baltic seaside resort of Sellin, Rügen Island, Germany. The dock has a restaurant near the beach above the water and has a diving gondola.

Granitz Hunting Lodge62.58km from Wolgastsee

Granitz Hunting Lodge is located on Rügen Island near Binz's seaside resort. With over 200,000 visitors a year, it is the most famous castle in the state. The lodge lies in the middle of the forested Granitz ridge, built on the highest hill in East Rügen, 107 m above sea level. From the observation platform, 145 metres above sea level, on the roof of the tower, there is a panoramic view in all directions, especially over the south and east of Rügen.

Where is Wolgastsee

Discover more attractions in Mecklenburg-Vorpommern, where Wolgastsee is located

Mecklenburg-Vorpommern is located on the north coastline of Germany and has 1.94% of Germany's population. Its capital is Schwerin, and Rostock is the largest city. The big cities in the state include Stralsund, Wismar, Neubrandenburg, Greifswald, and Güstrow. The state was established in 1945 by the merger of Prussian Western Pomerania and Mecklenburg.