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Lubmin (German pronunciation: [lʊpˈmiːn]) is a coastal resort in the German state of Mecklenburg-Vorpommern. Lubmin is situated near Greifswald and on the Bay of Greifswald.

Lubmin (German pronunciation: [lʊpˈmiːn]) is a coastal resort in the German state of Mecklenburg-Vorpommern. Lubmin is situated near Greifswald and on the Bay of Greifswald.

Apart from tourism, Lubmin is a major transport and industry hub and investment location in the German energy sector. Both the Nord Stream gas pipeline from Russia (by Gazprom and E.ON) and several power plants (by DONG Energy and EnBW) are under construction. Moreover, Lubmin is the administrative seat of Amt Lubmin, to which nine other municipalities belong.

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More about the History of Lubmin

The earliest written record of the name Lubmin is in 1271. The place name Lubemyn is of Slavic origin and until the Reformation referred to Eldena monastery.

According to tradition the village was badly affected by the All Saints' Flood of 1304: a strong wind from the southwest depressed water in the bodden before finally swinging northeast. The water deluged the Pomeranian coast and caused heavy damage. In 1309, Duke Bogislav IV transferred Lubmin to the Cistercian abbey of Eldena in the wake of the Reformation.

As a result of the Thirty Years' War, Lubmin, like all of Western Pomerania, became part of the Dominion of Swedish Pomerania. Around 1700 the town came into the possession of the Swedish field marshal Fabian Graf von Wrangel. At the 1815 Congress of Vienna the territory was ceded to Prussia.

In 1886 Lubmin was referred to for the first time as a "seaside resort".

It was not until 1893 that Lubmin became connected to the road from Eldena to Wolgast. A light railway running from Greifswald via Lubmin to Wolgast was opened in 1898. In 1945 the line was dismantled and handed to the Soviet Union as war reparations. The first pier was built around 1900. In 1969 construction work commenced on the nuclear power station and in consequence a railway line was built from Greifswald to Lubmin. The unfinished power station was shut down shortly after German reunification. In 1992 a new pier was completed, and several hotels and restaurants constructed, thus underlining the status of the town as a seaside resort.

After the Second World War Lubmin was part of Rostock district, and since 1990 part of the federal state of Mecklenburg-Western Pomerania.

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Lubmin (German pronunciation: [lʊpˈmiːn]) is a coastal resort in the German state of Mecklenburg-Vorpommern. Lubmin is situated near Greifswald and on the Bay of Greifswald.

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