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Wismar is located in the Mecklenburg-Vorpommern State, Germany. As one of the small ports of the area, Wismar is a Hanseatic League town of the Baltic Sea. The town of Wismar is included in the Nordwestmecklenburg District and has a small bay, with the same, name attached to it. The population in Wismar reaches approximately 44,400 inhabitants.

Top Attractions within Wismar

The Bay of Wismar is one of the major attractions of the community. The importance of the bay for the region has been set through the fact that it is a hub for various types of transports. It is also a touristic attraction, due to the fact that it includes many cruise opportunities and a lot of establishments on the shore in which people can find food, drinks, shopping items and so on.

The Market Place in Wismar is famous for being the largest one in the country, as it has 10,000 square meters. The architecture of the buildings in the market is another one of the aspects that make this place so famous. There are designs starting with the North German Gothic style of the 14th century and going all the way to the Romanesque revival of the 19th century. The Town Hall and the Old Swede are some of the most representative buildings in the market.

The Heritage Churches in Wismar have been recognized for their value by UNESCO. Among the most valuable ones that can be admired there are: St. George's Church, St. Nicholas' Church and St. Mary's Church. Out of the last church mentioned, only the 80 meters high tower has remained intact, as the rest of St. Mary's Church was destroyed in World War II.

The Furstenhof is the former ducal castle of Wismar. It was built in the period between 1552-1565 and then restored in 1877-1879. The importance of the castle is given by the fact that it is a historical residence of great value for the community, as well as for the multiple developments of architecture in the town, the castle being in the Italian early Renaissance style.