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  1. Mecklemburgo (en alemán: Mecklenburg) es una región del norte de Alemania que comprende la parte occidental y la mayor parte del estado federado de Mecklemburgo-Pomerania Occidental. Las ciudades más grandes de la región son Rostock, 1 Schwerin y Nuevo Brandeburgo .

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    The name Mecklenburg derives from a castle named Mikilenburg ( Old Saxon for "big castle", hence its translation into New Latin and Greek as Megalopolis ), located between the cities of Schwerin and Wismar. In Slavic languages it was known as Veligrad, which also means "big castle".

  3. Mecklemburgo-Pomerania Occidental fue creado el 9 de julio de 1945, por la orden n.º 5 del mariscal del Ejército Rojo Gueorgui Zhúkov, jefe de la Administración Militar Soviética en Alemania (SMAD), como la Provincia de Mecklemburgo y Pomerania Occidental (zapadnoi Pomeranii). [ 1] División de Pomerania.

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    Meclemburgo é o lugar de muitos dólmens pré-históricos. Acredita-se que seus primeiros habitantes eram de origem celta, mas até o ano 100 a.C., o território já estava ocupado por povos germânicos. O símbolo tradicional de Meclemburgo, a cabeça de um novilho com boca arreganhada (stierkopf em alemão) e uma coroa em cima, surgiu nesse período. Repres...

    Da mesma forma que muitos territórios da Alemanha, Meclemburgo foi distribuído e redistribuído entre membros de uma dinastia. Em 1621, foi dividido em dois ducados: Meclemburgo-Schwerin e Meclemburgo-Güstrow. Com o fim da linhagem de Güstrow em 1701, as terras de Güstrow foram redivididas, com uma parte destinada ao duque de Meclemburgo-Schwerin e ...

    Após três séculos de divisão, Meclemburgo foi unificado em 1934 pelo governo nazista. Após a Segunda Guerra Mundial, o governo soviético, que havia ocupado a Alemanha Oriental, incorporou Meclemburgo à região vizinha da Pomerânia Ocidental para formar o estado de Meclemburgo-Pomerânia Ocidental. Meclemburgo compreendia dois terços do território e p...

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    Due to its lengthy name, the state is often abbreviated as MV or (colloquially) shortened to MeckPomm. In English, it is usually named as "Mecklenburg-Western Pomerania". Inhabitants are called either Mecklenburger or Pomeranians, the combined form is never used. The full name in German is pronounced [ˈmeːklənbʊʁk ˈfoːɐ̯pɔmɐn]. Sometimes, Mecklenbu...

    In the aftermath of the Second World War and German reunification in 1990, the state was constituted from the historic region of Mecklenburg and Western Pomerania, both of which had long and rich independent histories.

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    Sixth-largest in area and fourteenth in overall population among Germany's sixteen Bundesländer (federal states), Mecklenburg-Vorpommern is bounded to the north by the Baltic Sea, to the west by Schleswig-Holstein, to the southwest by Lower Saxony, to the south by Brandenburg, and to the east by the West Pomeranian Voivodeshipin Poland. Mecklenburg-Vorpommern's state capital is Schwerin. The largest city is Rostock with approximately 205,000 people, followed by Schwerin. Other major cities in...


    Since 4 September 2011, Mecklenburg-Vorpommern is divided into six Kreise(districts): 1. Landkreis Rostock 2. Ludwigslust-Parchim 3. Mecklenburgische Seenplatte 4. Nordwestmecklenburg 5. Vorpommern-Greifswald 6. Vorpommern-Rügen Also counting two independent urban districts: 1. Rostock(HRO) 2. Schwerin(SN)


    The state's Baltic Sea coast is about 2,000 km (1,200 mi) long and features several islands, most notably Germany's two biggest islands Rügen and Usedom, but also a number of smaller islands such as Hiddensee and Poel. Mecklenburg-Vorpommern's varied coastline also has many peninsulas such as Fischland-Darß-Zingst and various lagoons (also known as Bodden or Haff). A total of 283 nature reserves, 110 landscape reserves and three of Germany's fourteen national parksare scattered all over the s...

    Over the centuries, Mecklenburg and Vorpommern have developed and maintained strong regional cultures. It can generally be described as North German and has similar linguistic and historic characteristics to other north German states, such as Schleswig-Holstein. People in Vorpommern, as a result of that territory being a former province of Prussia,...

    Universities and colleges

    Mecklenburg-Vorpommern has the two oldest universitiesof the Baltic Sea region, also among the oldest of Germany and all of Europe: 1. University of Greifswald(established 1456) 2. University of Rostock(established 1419) Also, there are further colleges / technological universities: 1. Fachhochschule des Mittelstands (FHM) in Rostock and Schwerin(private) 2. Rostock University of Music and Theatre 3. Hochschule Wismar (University of Applied Sciences: Technology, Business and Design) 4. Fachho...


    The state's school system is centralised. There are two main types of schools, Regionalschule (for the majority of pupils) and Gymnasium (for the top 30% of each year's students, leading to the university entrance qualification "Abitur"). Besides, there are also independent schools, comprehensive schools and trade schools.

    Article 20 of the State Constitution states that the Landtag is the "site of political decision-making". The Mecklenburg-Vorpommern Landtag is elected democratically by the citizens of the state and sits for a 5-year legislative period. The seat of the Landtag is located at Schwerin Palace in Schwerin. The essential functions of the Landtag are to ...

    The gross domestic product(GDP) of the state was 44.5 billion euros in 2018, accounting for 1.3% of German economic output. GDP per capita adjusted for purchasing power was 25,400 euros or 84% of the EU27 average in the same year. The GDP per employee was 83% of the EU average. The GDP per capita was the lowest of all German states.

    Main sporting attractions include the German football league games of F.C. Hansa Rostock and the international sailing event Hanse Sail. If the bid for the 2012 summer Olympics in Leipzig had been successful, the sailing competitions would have taken place off the coast of Rostock.

    Notable from Mecklenburg-Vorpommern include: 1. Arts: Ernst Barlach, Friedrich von Flotow, Caspar David Friedrich, Marianne Hoppe, Till Lindemann, Philipp Otto Runge 2. Business: Ernst Heinkel, Carl Heinrich von Siemens, Leonhard Tietz, Georg Wertheim 3. Literature: Ernst Moritz Arndt, John Brinckman, Hans Fallada, Walter Kempowski, Fritz Reuter, R...

    Mecklenburg-Vorpommern is Germany's number-one tourist location, the main destinations being the Baltic Sea coastline with islands such as Rügen or Usedom, spa towns like Heiligendamm, Kühlungsborn...
    The first rockets to reach outer space were launched in 1944 during World War II in Peenemündeon the present-day territory of Mecklenburg-Vorpommern.
    During the chancellorship of Angela Merkel, Mecklenburg-Vorpommern hosted the first official public meeting with President George W. Bush in 2006 and the 33rd G8 summitin 2007. Both political event...
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  4. el golfo de mecklemburgo, también conocido como bahía de mecklemburgo, (en alemán: mecklenburger bucht o mecklenburgische bucht) es una gran bahía en el sudoeste del mar báltico, estando delimitada por una línea imaginaria que va desde el extremo de la isla de fehmarn ( schleswig-holstein) hasta darß, el extremo norte de la península de …

  5. Esta lista de duques y grandes duques de Mecklemburgo se remonta a los orígenes del estado principesco alemán de la casa real de Mecklemburgo en la Alta Edad Media hasta la abolición de la monarquía al final de la primera guerra mundial.

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