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 (sträl′so͝ont′, shträl′zo͝ont′)
A city of northeast Germany on an inlet of the Baltic Sea opposite Rügen Island. Chartered in 1234, it was a leading member of the Hanseatic League and changed hands many times before it passed to Prussia in 1815.


(German ˈʃtraːlzʊnt)
(Placename) a port in NE Germany, in Mecklenburg-West Pomerania on a strait of the Baltic: one of the leading towns of the Hanseatic League. Pop: 59 140 (2003 est)


(ˈstrɑl zʊnt, ˈʃtrɑl-)

a seaport in NE Germany. 75,408.
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6) On some identical stove tiles from Stralsund in Germany and Nya Lodose in Sweden, the text encircling Johann Friedrich's head has been completely removed, perhaps also indicating their late use (see Hoffmann 2009, 309 ff; Strombom 1924, 253; Majantie 2007c, 219, fig.
Students from both universities are encouraged to spend a semester abroad, especially as Stralsund has a focus on a number of areas of interest to Oman like cruise management.
In 2002 a dugout canoe was excavated at Stralsund, north-eastern Germany (Kaute et al.
Christoph Langner, the director of the zoo in the northern coastal German city of Stralsund, said the incident occurred on Saturday afternoon.
Departure ports in the Deilmann programme include Paris, Lyon, Amsterdam, Basle, Passau (just inside the German border on the Danube), Prague, Hamburg, Dresden and Stralsund, on Germany's north coast.
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Distance Ascent Stage Start Finish (km) (m) 1 Kap Arkona Stralsund 64.
Tools in back office, in Proc of 10th International Baltic Forum, University of Applied Sciences, Stralsund, 54-66.
Den Kirchenbuchern der Stadt Stralsund ist zweifelsfrei zu entnehmen, dasz Philipp Johann Tabbert/ Strahlenberg am 6.
As examples, town halls of the four big Hanseatic cities of Rostock, Stralsund, Wismar and Greifswald were photographed.
From Greifswald it is an easy drive east to the Polish border, southwest to Schwerin, the capital of Mecklenburg-Pomerania, or north to Stralsund, gateway to the island of Rugen, which provided the scene for many of Friedrich's best-known paintings.
DAY 11 Docking in Sassnitz, on Germany's largest island Rugen, we decide it's time for an adventure and head off on a 50-minute train ride to the mainland to Stralsund, a UNESCO heritage site which turns out to be a bit like Tallinn before they smartened it all up.