The history of Pomerania is inextricably linked with the history of the Hanseatic League. The Hanseatic League of merchants and cities was established from the 12th century onwards. Its purpose was to facilitate trade between the member cities. The Hanseatic cities still exist today. They include Greifswald, Stralsund, but also Anklam, Dramburg, Gollnow, Kolberg and Köslin, to name but a few. Brick Gothic was the architectural hallmark of the Hanseatic cities and Pomerania itself. Even today, numerous impressive buildings bear witness to this style. The Darß, Rügen and Usedom are also quintessentially Pomeranian and exude all the beauty that the Baltic Sea coast has to offer.

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