Neubrandenburg

Neubrandenburg

Neubrandenburg is the county town of the district Mecklenburg Lake in Mecklenburg-Vorpommern. is the third largest city of the German state as one of four regional centers of the main town in the southeast with a catchment area of ​​about half a million people. It is situated between the metropolitan areas of Szczecin east, Rostock northwest, south of Berlin and Hamburg in the west. Neubrandenburg is known for the best-preserved city walls of brick Gothic, for their Konzertkirche including Philharmonie, as and for the near-center Tollensesee in the holiday region of Mecklenburg Lake District. Because of the distinctive four medieval town gates Neubrandenburg also carries the nickname "four-goal City" or "City of four gates".

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