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The City Paper Pasewalk processed according to official documents

Pasewalk is an important railway junction of routes Szczecin and Berlin-Hamburg-Lübeck. When counting in 1925 were here 11768 Residents identified. At the city's attractions are its most significant antiquities to, as the Prenzlauer Tor, the Powder Tower and the Mill Gate.

Pasewalk has always been one of Pomerania and was thus often at the mercy of the Pomeranian Dukes and the Margrave of Brandenburg.

In 1192 were Pasewalk by Otto II. granted extensive trading rights. The Thirty Years War Pasewalk was destroyed by the imperial troops, and was almost entirely from 1648 to Swedish Pomerania. The reconstruction was governed by King Frederick William I. promoted.

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Wendorff, Richard : City Paper Pasewalk : processed according to official documents : and a list of the official authorities, Trade and professional and a financial indicator, Pasewalk 1928