|coat of arms||map|
|Land of the Federal Republic:||Mecklenburg-Western Pomerania|
|geographical situation:|| |
Coordinates: 53° 07 ' N, 11° 15 ' O 53° 07 ' N, 11° 15 ' O
|height:||12 m and. NN|
|surface:||60.39 km ²|
|inhabitants:||3.384 (30.June 2005)|
|Population density:||56 inhabitants for each km ²|
|postal zip code:||19303|
|preselection:||0 38 75 8|
|municipality key:||13 0 54 024|
|address of the city administration:|| Town hall square 1|
|Bürgermeisterin:||To Renate fullbreak|
|situationthe city Dömitz in the district|
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the city Dömitz at the Elbe is the southernmost place in Mecklenburg-Western Pomerania and lies in the nature park Mecklenburgian Elbe valley, in the proximity of the Dreiländerecks of Mecklenburg-Western Pomerania, Lower Saxony and Brandenburg as well as tosouthern edge of the Griesen area. Dömitz is the terminator point of the Müritz Elde water way, which connects the Elbe with the upper Havel.
to 12. April 2004 the up to then independent municipalities Heidhof, Polz and Rüterberg were integrated into the city Dömitz. To Dömitz belong further the local parts large and small to Schmölen.
since that 12. Century is well-known the city with the castle plant, in 16. Century to a fortification was developed. The fortress Dömitz, so their name, served also as institute for detention. Thus the famous down-German poet Fritz Reuter spent a part hereits fortress detention and became to 25. August 1840 dismisses.
to the west of Dömitz crosses the federal highway 191 (Ludwig desire - Dannenberg (Elbe)) the Elbe; it is the only bridge between Lauenburg/Elbe and joke mountains. In addition by Dömitz the federal highway 195 ( Boizenburg/Elbe leads - joke mountains).
In the Second World War the railway line between the junctions Uelzen and Ludwig desire was interrupted after the loss of the Elbbrücke,so that Dömitz terminator point of a secondary line became. The passenger traffic of the line from Ludwig desire to Dömitz was stopped in May 2000. The next station is appropriate in 15 km removed Dannenberg of Lower Saxony (Elbe) (THEN mountain east).
culture and objects of interest
- ruin that Railway bridge over the Elbe
- old part of town
- fortress Dömitz
- nature-left environment (Binnenwanderdüne)
- road bridge over the Elbe
Web on the left of
alto Krenzlin | Old Zachun | Balow | Bandenitz | Belsch | Bengerstorf | Possession | Blievenstorf | Bobzin | Boizenburg/Elbe | Brahlstorf | Brenz | Bresegard with Eldena | Bresegard with spades ago | Brunow | Dambeck | Dersenow | Dömitz | More stupidly | Eldena | Gallin | Gammelin | Göhlen | Fermenting lots | Grabow | Grebs Niendorf | Gresse | Greven | Largely stuff | Largely Laasch | Hagenow | Holthusen | Hoort | Case castle | Karenz | Karstädt | Kirch Jesar | Small Rogahn | Kogel | Körchow | Kremmin | Cow peat | Lehsen | Leussow | Lübesse | Lüblow | Lübtheen | Ludwig desire | Lüttow Valluhn | Malk Göhren | Mark-let | Milow | Möllenbeck | Moraas | Muchow | Again Gülze | Again Kaliss | Neustadt Glewe | Nostorf | Pampow | Pätow Steegen | Spades ago | Prislich | Pritzier | Rastow | Redefin | Schossin | Swan heath | Setzin | Steesow | Stralendorf | Straw churches | Sülstorf | Teldau | Tessin b. Boizenburg | Death DIN | Uelitz | Vellahn | Vielank | Warlitz | Warlow | Warsow | Joke castle | Wittendörp | Wittenförden | Wöbbelin | Zarrentin at the Schaalsee | Zierzow | Zülow