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  1. de.wikipedia.org › wiki › StettinStettin – Wikipedia

    Stettin ( polnisch Szczecin [ ˈʂt͡ʂɛt͡ɕin ]; anhören?/i) ist die Hauptstadt der polnischen Woiwodschaft Westpommern. Die kreisfreie Großstadt mit knapp 410.000 Einwohnern ist die siebtgrößte Stadt Polens.

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  2. Szczecin ( /ˈʂt͡ʂɛt͡ɕin/ (?·i), en alemán, Stettin, pronunciado /ʃtɛˈtiːn/ ( escuchar)) es una ciudad polaca, capital del voivodato de Pomerania Occidental en Polonia. En español es tradicionalmente conocida por su nombre en alemán, Stettin. Stettin se sitúa a orillas del río Óder al sur de la laguna de Szczecin y la bahía de Pomerania.

  3. Stettin (region) Administrative divisions of the Province of Pomerania (1939). The Region of Stettin ( German: Regierungsbezirk Stettin, Polish: rejencja szczecińska) was a unit of territorial division in the Prussian Province of Pomerania, with Prussia forming part of the German Empire from 1871. It was established in 1816 and existed until 1945.

    • Overview
    • Prehistory
    • Slavonic stronghold, medieval Poland (8th–12th century)
    • Capital of the Duchy of Pomerania (12th century–1630)
    • Under Swedish rule (1630–1720)
    • Major Prussian and German port (1720–1918)

    The History of Szczecin dates back to the 8th century. Throughout its history the city has been part of Poland, Denmark, Sweden and Germany. Since the Middle Ages, it is one of the largest and oldest cities in the historic region of Pomerania, and today, is it the largest city in northwestern Poland.

    Tacitus located the East Germanic tribe of the Rugians in the area around Szczecin, as did modern historians. The Rugians left during the Great Migrations in the 5th century AD.

    Another stronghold was built in the 8th century-first half of the 9th century at the ford of the Oder River, and a few craftsmen, fishermen and traders settled in the vicinity. Later it became the main centre of a Western Slavic tribe of Ukrani living in the fork of the Oder between the main branch and the Randow River. Several Triglav temples exis...

    Duchy of Poland 967–ca. 1008 Duchy of Pomerania 1121–1647 1. Vassal of Poland 1121/1122–1138 2. Vassal of Saxony 1164–1173 3. Vassal of Denmark 1173–1181 4. Vassal of the Holy Roman Empire 1181–1185 5. Vassal of Denmark 1185–1235 6. Vassal of the Holy Roman Empire 1235–1637 Swedish Empire 1648–1720 Kingdom of Prussia 1720–1806 French occupation 180...

    During the Thirty Years' War, Stettin refused to accept German imperial armies, instead the Pomeranian dukes allied with Sweden. After the Treaty of Stettin manifested Swedish occupation, Stettin was fortified by the Swedish Empire. After the death of the last Pomeranian duke, Boguslaw XIV, Stettin was awarded to Sweden with the western part of the...

    In 1713, Stettin was occupied by the Kingdom of Prussia; the Prussian Army entered the city as neutrals to watch the ceasefire and refused to leave. In 1720 the city was officially awarded by Sweden to Prussia. In the following years Stettin became the capital of the Prussian Province of Pomerania, and the main port of the Prussian state. From 1740...

  4. Stettin (Wisconsin) - Wikipedia, la enciclopedia libre Coordenadas: 44°57′51″N 89°43′48″O Stettin (Wisconsin) Stettin es un pueblo ubicado en el condado de Marathon en el estado estadounidense de Wisconsin. En el Censo de 2010 tenía una población de 2.554 habitantes y una densidad poblacional de 26,97 personas por km². 2 Índice 1 Geografía

  5. Stettin er den næststørste havneby i Polen, den største by i det nordvestlige Polen og et betydeligt polsk kulturelt, industrielt og akademisk center med en rig, over tusindårig historie. Indholdsfortegnelse 1 Historie 1.1 Middelalderen 1.2 16 – 1800-tallet 1.3 1900-tallet 1.4 2. verdenskrig 1.5 Efter 1945 2 Skoler 3 Seværdigheder 4 Sport

  6. El Tratado de Stettin ( Szczecin) trajo a su fin la Guerra Nórdica de los Siete Años al ser firmado el 13 de diciembre de 1570. En julio de 1570, Maximiliano II de Habsburgo, emperador del Sacro Imperio Romano Germánico inició un congreso en Stettin, con el ánimo de terminar con el estado de guerra entre Lübeck, Suecia y Dinamarca.