To wrap up on the guest blog series on MV, I would like to invite you to take a stab and guess at the answers to a guessing quiz I created in 2015. I’ve made a few changes including adding a link to the answer sheet and a pair of links in connection with the state’s bridges.
The Baltic Sea Coast at Zinnowitz at sundown. Photo taken in 2011
Mecklenburg-Pommerania- a hidden jewel in Germany. Many people consider the northeasternmost state, which borders Poland to the east, Brandenburg to the south as well as Lower Saxony and Schleswig-Holstein to the west, to be desolate, with many dying villages, abandoned industries, and fewer but older people. It is understandable for thanks to the pre-1990 industry disappearing combined with the constant emigration of people ages 30 and younger, the state, with 1.6 million inhabitants, has the sparsest population per square kilometer (69 inhabitants per square kilometer) and the second lowest population in all of Germany. This does not count the three German City-States of Hamburg, Bremen and Berlin.
But Mecklenburg-Pommerania does have one shining light, which attracts people to this region more than in other regions along the Baltic and North Seas. Apart from its shipping, tourism is the…
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