Eastern Pomerania

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Eastern Pomerania can refer to distinct parts of Pomerania:

  • the historical region of Farther Pomerania, which was the eastern part of the Duchy, later Province of Pomerania
  • the historical region of Pomerelia east of and partly overlapping with Farther Pomerania
  • the Pomeranian Voivodeship in Poland
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Stralsund
(Strzałów)
Anklam
(Tąglim)
Szczecin
(Stettin)
Kolobrzeg
(Kolberg)
Słupsk
(Stolp)
Gdynia
(Gdingen)
Gdańsk
(Danzig)
Current regions Vorpommern
(Mecklenburg-Vorpommern)
Zachodniopomorskie
(West Pomeranian Voivodeship)
Pomerelia
(Pomeranian Voivodeship)
German terminology
(corresponding English term)
Pommern
(Pomerania)
Pomerellen
(Pomerelia)
Vorpommern
in modern usage excluding Szczecin
(Western Pomerania)
(Hither/Upper Pomerania)
Hinterpommern
(Farther/Further Pomerania)
Ostpommern
(Eastern Pomerania)
Polish terminology
(corresponding English term)
Pomorze Zachodnie

(Western Pomerania)
Pomorze

(Pomerelia, literally Pomerania)
Pomorze Gdańskie
(Gdańsk Pomerania)
Pomorze Wschodnie
(Eastern Pomerania)
Pomorze Przednie
(Hither/Upper Pomerania)
Pomorze Tylne
(Farther/Further Pomerania)