Heringsdorf

Heringsdorf

The Heringsdorf is a municipality and a seaside resort on the island of Usedom (Mecklenburg-Vorpommern) in the Vorpommern-Greifswald. They emerged from the merger of the directly adjacent communities Ahlbeck, Heringsdorf and Bansin the municipality Dreikaiserbäder and carries since 2006 the name Heringsdorf. Since the 1990s, the three communities described as imperial baths. They are the focus of tourism in the east of Usedom. These neighboring coalesced resorts, which therefore called in the 20th century "The Three Sisters" and the now Polish seaside resort of Swinoujscie Heringsdorf is connected by a beach promenade, which accompanied for a distance of twelve kilometers to the beach of the four resorts. The layer nearest to the Ahlbeck district Swinoujscie is also a port city and a municipal center for the east of the island of Wolin. The sandy beach of Swinemiinde about Ahlbeck, Heringsdorf and Bansin runs a total of 42 km, an average of 40 m wide, in the further course up to Peenemünde. The imperial baths are characterized by remarkable ensemble of resort architecture, which often accommodate hotels and apartments. In the village centers of the districts and often a little off the Baltic coast are common old and new traditional thatched houses.

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