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- Altentreptow (German pronunciation: [altənˈtʁeːpto] (listen)) is a town in the Mecklenburgische Seenplatte district, in Mecklenburg-Western Pomerania,...
-  • Density 19/km2 (48/sq mi) Time zone CET/CEST (UTC+1/+2) Postal codes 17089 Dialling codes 03969 Vehicle registration DM Website www.altentreptow.de...
- (Kreisdienststellen (KD)): 1 city precinct: KD Neubrandenburg 13 rural precincts: KD Altentreptow, KD Anklam, KD Demmin, KD Malchin, KD Neustrelitz KD Pasewalk, KD Prenzlau...
- (Thuringia) Altenkirchen (Rhineland-Palatinate) Altensteig (Baden-Württemberg) Altentreptow (Mecklenburg-Western Pomerania) Altlandsberg (Brandenburg) Altötting...
- World War II, actual height: 48 metres 90.0 m (295 ft) H<75 St. Peter Altentreptow  Germany tower was destro**** in 1773, actual height: 65 metres 89.9 m...
- Pirow 19357 – Karstädt 17033, 17034, 17036 – Neubrandenburg 17087 – Altentreptow 17094 – Burg Stargard 17098 – Friedland 17109 – Demmin 17121 – Loitz...
- preserved. Also, some placenames combine a German with a Wendish term (e.g. Altentreptow). The German suffix -au can be related to the Slavic -ow and -ov when...
- District was established in 1994 by merging the former districts of Demmin, Altentreptow and Malchin. On 4 September 2011, the bulk of the district was merged...
- Albert Carl Grzesinski (28 July 1879 – 12 January 1948) was a German SPD politician and Minister of the Interior of Prussia from 1926 to 1930. Grzesinski...
- Stettin (Oderhaff) may be reached by boat on the Peene, Neubrandenburg via Altentreptow on by-roads and cycleways. The area of the confluences of the Tollense...
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