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East side of Mrzeżyno and estuary of Rega

searesort, fishing settlement
Marina in Mrzeżyno seaport
Marina in Mrzeżyno seaport
Mrzeżyno is located in Poland
Country  Poland
Voivodeship West Pomeranian
County Gryfice
Gmina Trzebiatów
Established 1457
Population (2009-12)
 • Total 1 611
Time zone CET (UTC+1)
 • Summer (DST) CEST (UTC+2)
Postal code 72-330
Car plates ZGY

Mrzeżyno (German: Deep, or Treptower Deep, after 1930 often Regamünde) is a village with a fishing seaport in Gryfice County. This is also a health resort with a lots of pensions, campsites and spa. It is located near the estuary of the Rega river. The village has a popular beach. Every year in July and August, Mrzeżyno is visited by many Polish and German tourists. The right riverside is more developed than left, where there is only one settlement. The population numbers 1,727[1](2009). The village is situated by a special area of the conservation of nature according to the European Union's program Natura 2000. It lies approximately 10 kilometres (6 mi) north of Trzebiatów, 27 km (17 mi) north of Gryfice, and 94 km (58 mi) north-east of the regional capital Szczecin.

In the 1920s Lyonel Feininger often came to the Treptower Deep to paint and reside.

The first postwar Poland's Wedding to the Sea was performed in Mrzeżyno on 17 March 1945, as Regamünde became part of Poland, according to the Potsdam Conference which ceded the German province of Pomerania to the People's Republic of Poland.

See also


  1. ^ Załącznik do Uchwały LI/475/10 Rady Miejskiej w Trzebiatowie z dnia 29 października 2010 r. w sprawie zatwierdzenia Planu Odnowy Miejscowości Gorzysław na lata 2010-2017, s. 9.

External links

  • Safety of Navigation Office about the seaport (in polish but very good maps and photos)

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