Street "Alexandrinenstraße"

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Discover Warnemünde: Your audio guide
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Street "Alexandrinenstraße"

The “Alexandrinenstraße” is one of the very first streets in Warnemünde, along with “Am Strom”. It used to be called Achtereeg, which means back row in High German. Fishermen, seamen and pilots lived here in small gabled houses, mostly of simple half-timbering. Only a small distance was kept between the houses - the so-called Tüschen are at most 1.5 m wide. Just wide enough for a pregnant cow to pass through.

“Alexandrinenstraße” owes its name to the famous Queen Luise of Prussia. Alexandrine was the daughter of Queen Luise, who was a true Mecklenburger.

The Local History Museum of Warnemünde is located at number 31 Alexandrinenstraße. Here, all visitors are cordially invited to go on a voyage of discovery through the history of the small town. The most important invention of Warnemünde, the wicker beach chair, is also vividly presented here. A visit is highly recommended!

Photos: Local History Museum of Warnemünde, Joachim Kloock, Sascha Schwarzer

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