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"Where can I eat in Barth best fish? Is there a romantic place? Is there a great vantage point? Is there a specific gallery or workshop? I am grateful for Exceptional tips!" (posted 09/12/2016)

Hello there in Barth a beautiful harbor with restaurants where you can eat well fish. If you can sit there to look directly at the port. For what romantic my idea would be to look or ask for the hotel store. There in the hotel there is a restaurant directly at the harbor you can sit there in a conservatory and beautiful fish or eat regional cuisine. I hope I could help you ... Yours Hanka Morgenroth
Answer provided by Hanka Morgenroth on 09/13/2016
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At the port in Barth there are several seafood restaurants, and there are at Bodden small villages with fish restaurants. In the area are romantic places, eg Starkow located as picturesque ensemble of church, old rectory garden on the river Barthe. Barhöft has a beautiful viewpoint, with good weather you can look to Denmark. There are in Barth on the market, a cafe and gallery, also Starkov is also a small artists' village. Otherwise, on the Darss Ahrenshoop as a known artist village. Also recommended is a boat trip on the Bodden Zingst. In the fall of the cranes are a special attraction, from September to early November raced around ten thousands of cranes before boarding their flight to the south. Information provides the crane information center in Klausdorf. There are in the neighborhood several Crane observation points. Quite near Barth are the seaside resorts Zingst and Prerow.
Answer provided by Nora Bigalke on 09/13/2016
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Barth Overview

Barth is situated at a lagoon (Bodden) of the Baltic Sea facing the Fischland-Darß-Zingst peninsula. Barth belongs to the district of Vorpommern-Rügen. In 2001, it held a population of 9,700.

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Hospital-Anlage St. Jürgen

Technikmuseum Barth


Historische Bürgerhäuser


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More about the History of Barth

Barth dates back to the medieval German Ostsiedlung, before the area was settled by Wends of the Liuticians or Rani tribe. Jaromar II, Danish prince of Rügen, granted the town Lübeck law in 1255. In the same document, he agreed to remove his burgh, Borgwall or Neue Burg, then on the northwestern edge of the town's projected limits. Another Wendish burgh, Alte Burg near today's train station, was not used anymore. The German town was set up on empty space between the burghs. Not a member of the Hanseatic League, the town never grew to the importance and size of neighboring Hanseatic towns like Stralsund. The last prince of Rügen, Witzlaw III, erected a court at the site of former Neue Burg in 1315. He often resided in Barth.

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Barth is a town in Mecklenburg-Vorpommern, Germany.

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