3 Beaches to explore in Mecklenburg-Vorpommern
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.
The Streckelsberg is an approximately 58 meters high coastal cliff in the Usedom Island, Mecklenburg-Western Pomerania. It is located 500 meters southeast of Koserow Baltic Seaside Resor on the Baltic Seashore. The Streckelsberg was formed during the last ice age as a push moraine.
A lighthouse located near Warnow river, Warnemünde. The lighthouseis 36.9 meters high and was put in service in 1898. The lighthouse can be climbed by a granite spiral staircase and the tower has two galleries used as panoramic viewing platforms for visitors. Each year a large lighthouse show with laser light and music is celebrated on New Year's Day.