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Neo-Baroque town hall of Teterow (1910)
|• Mayor||Reinhard Dettmann|
|• Total||47.17 km2 (18.21 sq mi)|
|Elevation||10 m (30 ft)|
|• Density||180/km2 (470/sq mi)|
|Time zone||CET/CEST (UTC+1/+2)|
Teterow (German pronunciation: [ˈteːtəʁo]) is a town of Germany, in the district of Rostock, in Mecklenburg-Western Pomerania. It is the geographical center of this federal state. It had a population of 8,852 in 2011.
The Teterower See is a lake in the north-east of the town.
There are two remaining gates of the ancient city wall: the 14th-century Malchiner Tor (today the seat of the museum of local history), and the Rostocker Tor.
The Marktplatz (Market Square), with the Town Hall, was built in 1910 in Neo-Baroque style.
Thusch -  - Theater in der Uhrenschule (Theatre at the Clock factory). A Studio theatre and cinema, existing since 2002. Member of the Landesverbandes Filmkommunikation Mecklenburg-Vorpommern, the umbrella organisation of art house cinema and film clubs.
- Ulrich Adam (born 1950) - politician (CDU), member of the German Bundestag from 1990 to 2009, holder of the Federal Cross of Merit
- Herta Bothe (born 1921) - Nazi concentration camp guard, war criminal
- Marcel Gleffe (born 1979) - "Saviour of Utøya", saved the lives of 20 people during the 2011 Utøya massacre in Norway
- Hans G. Helms (1932–2012) - experimental writer, composer, social and economic analyst and critic
- Gerd Kische (born 1951) - former German football player
- René Lange (born 1988) - German football player
- Johann Heinrich von Thünen (1783–1850) - prominent economist, influential in the field of Economic geography
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