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ⓘ Althagen




Althagen
                                     

ⓘ Althagen

The village of Althagen on the peninsula of Fischland-DarS-Zingst in the German state of Mecklenburg-Vorpommern has been a part of the municipality of Ahrenshoop since 1950. Until 1945, the border between Mecklenburg and Pomerania ran between Althagen and Ahrenshoop along the border road, Grenzweg.

In Bakelberg hill is close to the steep banks Althagen / Nienhagen. At 17.9 metres above sea level, is the highest point of Fischland. Althagen has a port on the coast of the Bodden.

Famous residents Include Althagen designer, Gertrud Kleinhempel 1875-1948, writer, cat mit 1893-1961 1944 and well-known artists Fritz Koch-Gotha 1877-1956 and Dora Koch-Stattera 1881-1968. Koh Stetters 1911 expressionism painting, red house in Althagen is one of its most famous works to this day.

Since 1955, the Fischland ceramics Fischlandkeramik developed in ceramics workshoops in the next generation of artist family Koch, a painter and a Potter, Barbara received 1919-1988 cindie and her husband, artist Arnold received cindie 1909-1976 together with the artist, Frida Lober 1910-1989 and sculptor and Potter, William Lober 1903-1981.

                                     
  • Ahrenshoop belongs to VordarS, whilst the southern villages in Ahrenshoop, Althagen and Niehagen, are part of Fischland. Most of the DarS is covered by the
  • Zwierzyn Strzelce - Drezdenko Alt Gutzmerow Stolp Chocmirowo Glowczyce Slupsk Althagen Ueckermunde Brzozki Nowe Warpno Police Althammer Lauenburg Pommern Kostkowo
  • The zeesboot Sannert in Ahrenshoop - Althagen harbour
  • Zwierzyn Strzelce - Drezdenko Alt Gutzmerow Stolp Chocmirowo Glowczyce Slupsk Althagen Ueckermunde Brzozki Nowe Warpno Police Althammer Lauenburg Pommern Kostkowo

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