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.
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The Ueckermünde is first in a deed of 1223 mentioned. The German name proves, that the Germans were here at that time the men. The foundation of the town stretches back into the Wendish time. As early as 1178 a Diet was held. It was here, namely the outer ward of the district Rochow, in turn settled with protection. When, in the second half of the 12. Century the Pomeranian Dukes German into the country called, wählten diese auch hier ihren Wohnsitz und es wurde aus [...]