Bad Doberan

Bad Doberan

Bad Doberan is a town in the district of Rostock in Mecklenburg-Vorpommern. It is the seat of the Office Bad Doberan-Land, made up of nine municipalities, but even without direct trunk belonging. The city is one of the 18 central centers of the country. The town developed around the consecrated on October 3, 1232 Church of the Monastery Doberan, 1879 the town charter was awarded in 2000 the title spa. Bad Doberan is now famous for its Gothic cathedral, its well-preserved old town with many historical buildings, its traditional Ostseerennbahn; and for his district Heiligendamm, which was founded in 1793 making it the oldest seaside resort on the European continent, which is connected via the Molli railway to the city center and Kuehlungsborn. Economically, and in addition to tourism. a. food production is important, the mineral water market leader in MV, Glashäger, has its headquarters in Bad Doberan.

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