Heiligendamm

Heiligendamm

Heiligendamm (Low German Hilligendamm) is a district of Bad Doberan on the Baltic Sea coast of Mecklenburg-Vorpommern in Mecklenburg Bay. Heiligendamm is the oldest seaside resort in Germany and continental Europe, as early as 1793 was the founding. The place is called because of the visible from the sea white row of houses near the beach and the "White City by the sea". Heiligendamm was recognized as a Seeheilbad in 2004. Through the G8 summit in Heiligendamm in June 2007, the place gained international fame. The seaside resort as a district has about 300 inhabitants, the city of Bad Doberan end of 2013 had a total of 11,607 inhabitants.

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