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Rostock, Part II

Back to Rostock. 🙂 The city library was constructed in the late 15th century and is an example of medieval residences in Rostock. The colors are so well-coordinated. At the end of the street you’ll find City Hall. Yes, it’s … Continue reading

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Rostock, Part I

The city of Rostock, Germany, joined the Hanseatic League in 1251. In the 14th century it was a powerful seaport town with 12,000 inhabitants and the biggest city of Mecklenburg. As I mentioned in a previous comment, I didn’t realize … Continue reading

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