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Sights In Warnemünde
The Baltic Sea resort of Warnemünde is a part of the Hanseatic City of Rostock. The area was first documented all the way back in 1195 and its name derives from the Warnow River, which enters the Baltic Sea here. With a fine, sandy beach which has a width of approx. 150m, Warnemünde has the widest beach on the German Baltic Sea coast. Moreover, there are a multitude of sights waiting for you in Warnemünde. The glorious Warnemünde lighthouse was built in 1897, in very close proximity to the architecturally wayward Teepott. Along the Vörreeg you can reach the maritime old town of this former fishing village, where further sights in Warnemünde can be marvelled at.
The church in Warnemünde has stood in the middle of the town for over one hundred years.
The Alter Strom is worth a visit whatever the time of year. Fishing vessels, passenger ships, large yachts, small sailing boats and more.