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Sassnitz (Mecklenburg-Western Pomerania)

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The climate is quite pleasant with almost all variety of seasonal flavors as temperate, marine, cool, cloudy, wet winters and summers, occasional warm, tropical foehn wind and high relative humidity. Germany is divided into 16 states which are further subdivided into 439 districts and cities. Germany is one of the largest European economy and the third largest economy in the world in real terms, placed behind the United States and Japan, and fifth behind the United States, China, India and Japan counted by purchasing power parity.
Sassnitz is a town on the Jasmund peninsula, Rugen Island, in the federal state of Mecklenburg-Western Pomerania, Germany. The population of the town in 2004 was 10,920. It is a well-known resort town, and is a gateway to the nearby Jasmund national park. Sassnitz is home to Rugen's only zoo. The decommissioned British submarine Otus was purchased by a German entrepreneur and towed to Sassnitz to be a floating museum.

Mecklenburg-Western Pomerania is a state in northern Germany. It has an area of 23,170 square kilometers, but has only 1.7 million inhabitants, making it the most sparsely populated German state. The Baltic Sea's beaches and islands, as well as the many lakes in the interior, attract many tourists every year. There are two universities and a number of universities of applied sciences.

Sassnitz, justifiably so, enjoys a very positive reputation with worldwide travelers, and is one of the most visited place. It is also said the place of best geographical environment and can trace its origins back to prehistoric times.

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