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Neubrandenburg (Bezirk)

Bezirk Neubrandenburg
District of Neubrandenburg
District (Bezirk) of East Germany

1952–1990
German Democratic Republic
Capital Neubrandenburg
53°30′N 13°30′E / 53.500°N 13.500°E / 53.500; 13.500Coordinates: 53°30′N 13°30′E / 53.500°N 13.500°E / 53.500; 13.500

History
 -  Established 1952
 -  Disestablished 1990
Area
 -  1989 10,948 km2 (4,227 sq mi)
Population
 -  1989 620,500 
Density 56.7 /km2  (146.8 /sq mi)

The Bezirk Neubrandenburg was a district (Bezirk) of East Germany. The administrative seat and the main town was Neubrandenburg.

History

The district was established, with the other 13, on July 25, 1952, substituting the old German states. After October 3, 1990, it was disestablished due to the German reunification, becoming again part of the state of Mecklenburg-Vorpommern.

Geography

Position

The Bezirk Neubrandenburg bordered with the Bezirke of Rostock, Schwerin, Potsdam and Frankfurt (Oder). It bordered also with Poland and a little part of it was located by the Stettin Bay, a lagoon separated from the Baltic Sea.

Subdivision

The Bezirk was divided into 15 Kreise: 1 urban district (Stadtkreis) and 14 rural districts (Landkreise):

  • Urban districts : Neubrandenburg.
  • Rural districts : Altentreptow; Anklam; Demmin; Malchin; Neubrandenburg-Land; Neustrelitz; Pasewalk; Prenzlau; Röbel/Müritz; Strasburg; Templin; Teterow; Ueckermünde; Waren.

Additional Information

Neubrandenburg's vehicle registration plate letter was C.

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