Mecklenburgische Seenplatte (district)

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Mecklenburgische Seenplatte
Flag of Mecklenburgische Seenplatte
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Coat of arms of Mecklenburgische Seenplatte
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CountryGermany
StateMecklenburg-Vorpommern
CapitalNeubrandenburg
Area
 • Total5,468 km2 (2,111 sq mi)
Population
 (31 December 2018)[1]
 • Total259,130
 • Density47/km2 (120/sq mi)
Time zoneUTC+01:00 (CET)
 • Summer (DST)UTC+02:00 (CEST)
Vehicle registrationMSE, AT, DM, MC, MST, MÜR, NZ, RM, WRN
Neubrandenburg: NB
Websitelk-mecklenburgische-seenplatte.de

Mecklenburgische Seenplatte is a district in the southeast of Mecklenburg-Vorpommern, Germany. It is bounded by (from the west and clockwise) the districts Ludwigslust-Parchim, Rostock (district), Vorpommern-Rügen, Vorpommern-Greifswald, and the state Brandenburg to the south. The district covers the largest area of all German districts and more than doubles the area of the state Saarland. The district seat is the town Neubrandenburg.[2]

History[edit]

Mecklenburgische Seenplatte District was established by merging the former districts of Müritz, Mecklenburg-Strelitz and most of Demmin (except the Ämter Jarmen-Tutow and Peenetal/Loitz), along with the former district-free town of Neubrandenburg as part of the local government reform of September 2011.[2] The name of the district was decided by referendum on 4 September 2011.[3]

Geographic features[edit]

There are a number of lakes within the boundaries of Mecklenburgische Seenplatte district, including:

Towns and municipalities[edit]

Amt-free towns Amt-free municipalities
  1. Dargun
  2. Demmin
  3. Neubrandenburg
  4. Neustrelitz
  5. Waren (Müritz)
  1. Feldberger Seenlandschaft
Ämter

1. Demmin-Land
[seat: Demmin]

  1. Beggerow
  2. Borrentin
  3. Hohenbollentin
  4. Hohenmocker
  5. Kentzlin
  6. Kletzin
  7. Lindenberg
  8. Meesiger
  9. Nossendorf
  10. Sarow
  11. Schönfeld
  12. Siedenbrünzow
  13. Sommersdorf
  14. Utzedel
  15. Verchen
  16. Warrenzin

2. Friedland

  1. Datzetal
  2. Friedland1, 2
  3. Galenbeck

3. Malchin am Kummerower See

  1. Basedow
  2. Faulenrost
  3. Gielow
  4. Kummerow
  5. Malchin1, 2
  6. Neukalen2

4. Malchow

  1. Alt Schwerin
  2. Fünfseen
  3. Göhren-Lebbin
  4. Malchow1, 2
  5. Nossentiner Hütte
  6. Penkow
  7. Silz
  8. Walow
  9. Zislow

5. Mecklenburgische
Kleinseenplatte

  1. Mirow1, 2
  2. Priepert
  3. Wesenberg2
  4. Wustrow

6. Neustrelitz-Land
(seat: Neustrelitz)

  1. Blankensee
  2. Blumenholz
  3. Carpin
  4. Godendorf
  5. Grünow
  6. Hohenzieritz
  7. Klein Vielen
  8. Kratzeburg
  9. Möllenbeck
  10. Userin
  11. Wokuhl-Dabelow

7. Neverin

  1. Beseritz
  2. Blankenhof
  3. Brunn
  4. Neddemin
  5. Neuenkirchen
  6. Neverin1
  7. Sponholz
  8. Staven
  9. Trollenhagen
  10. Woggersin
  11. Wulkenzin
  12. Zirzow

8. Penzliner Land

  1. Ankershagen
  2. Kuckssee
  3. Möllenhagen
  4. Penzlin1, 2

9. Röbel-Müritz

  1. Altenhof
  2. Bollewick
  3. Buchholz
  4. Bütow
  5. Eldetal
  6. Fincken
  7. Gotthun
  8. Groß Kelle
  9. Kieve
  10. Lärz
  11. Leizen
  12. Melz
  13. Priborn
  14. Rechlin
  15. Röbel1, 2
  16. Schwarz
  17. Sietow
  18. Stuer
  19. Südmüritz

10. Seenlandschaft Waren
[seat: Waren]

  1. Grabowhöfe
  2. Groß Plasten
  3. Hohen Wangelin
  4. Jabel
  5. Kargow
  6. Klink
  7. Klocksin
  8. Moltzow
  9. Peenehagen
  10. Schloen-Dratow
  11. Torgelow am See
  12. Vollrathsruhe

11. Stargarder Land

  1. Burg Stargard1, 2
  2. Cölpin
  3. Groß Nemerow
  4. Holldorf
  5. Lindetal
  6. Pragsdorf

12. Stavenhagen

  1. Bredenfelde
  2. Briggow
  3. Grammentin
  4. Gülzow
  5. Ivenack
  6. Jürgenstorf
  7. Kittendorf
  8. Knorrendorf
  9. Mölln
  10. Ritzerow
  11. Rosenow
  12. Stavenhagen1, 2
  13. Zettemin

13. Treptower Tollensewinkel

  1. Altenhagen
  2. Altentreptow1, 2
  3. Bartow
  4. Breesen
  5. Breest
  6. Burow
  7. Gnevkow
  8. Golchen
  9. Grapzow
  10. Grischow
  11. Groß Teetzleben
  12. Gültz
  13. Kriesow
  14. Pripsleben
  15. Röckwitz
  16. Siedenbollentin
  17. Tützpatz
  18. Werder
  19. Wildberg
  20. Wolde

14. Woldegk

  1. Groß Miltzow
  2. Kublank
  3. Neetzka
  4. Schönbeck
  5. Schönhausen
  6. Voigtsdorf
  7. Woldegk1, 2
1- seat of the Amt; 2 - town

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Statistisches Amt M-V – Bevölkerungsstand der Kreise, Ämter und Gemeinden 2018". Statistisches Amt Mecklenburg-Vorpommern (in German). July 2019.
  2. ^ a b "Mecklenburg-Vorpommern government reform". Retrieved 5 September 2011.
  3. ^ "Referendum results Mecklenburgische Seenplatte". Retrieved 5 September 2011.

Coordinates: 53°30′N 13°05′E / 53.500°N 13.083°E / 53.500; 13.083