Hansestadt Stralsund bei Nacht - Mond über Alter Markt, Rathaus

Hansestadt Stralsund bei Nacht - Mond über Alter Markt, Rathaus

Der untergehende Mond zwischen dem historischen Rathaus und dem Artushof am Alten Markt in der Hansestadt Stralsund.

Stadtansicht Stralsund bei Nacht von Altefähr (Rügen) aus gese

Stadtansicht Stralsund bei Nacht von Altefähr (Rügen) aus gese

Panorama der Hansestadt Stralsund von Altefähr (Rügen) aus gesehen bei Mondschein.

Säulenhalle im Rathaus Stralsund bei Nacht

Säulenhalle im Rathaus Stralsund bei Nacht

Säulenhalle im Rathaus der Hansestadt Stralsund (Nord-Süd-Durchgang) bei Nacht.

Sail Training Ship Gorch Fock 1 - Segelschulschiff Gorch Fock 1

Sail Training Ship Gorch Fock 1 - Segelschulschiff Gorch Fock 1

The Sail Training Ship Gorch Fock is by far the most famous ship in Germany. Especially when the currency in Germany was the Deutsche Mark, every child knew the Gorch Fock, because it was printed at the back of the 10 DM bill, before it was replaced by new DM notes in 1995. What most people - even in Germany - do not know: today there are 2 ships, which share the name Gorch Fock. Both of them do not only share the name, but also an exciting history. The Gorch Fock 1, which shows my photograph, was build 1932-1933, 1945 it was sunk purposely, and in 1947 salvaged by the Russians. Till 1991, renamed in Towarishtsh, the Gorch Fock 1 served as sail training vessel in the Sowiet Union, and sailed until 1993 under Ukrainian flag. 2003, the Gorch Fock 1 returned back to its hailing port Stralsund. The sister ship still is in service as sail training ship in the German Navy.

Hansestadt Stralsund bei Nacht - Hafenkneipe Brazil

Hansestadt Stralsund bei Nacht - Hafenkneipe Brazil

Hansestadt Stralsund - Die Halenkneipe Brazil an der Ecke Am Querkanal und Hafenstraße.

Hansestadt Stralsund bei Nacht - Badenstraße, Nikolaikirche

Hansestadt Stralsund bei Nacht - Badenstraße, Nikolaikirche

Hansestadt Stralsund, Blick durch die nächtliche Badenstraße zur Nikolaikirche.

Segelyachten auf dem Fährkanal Stralsund vor dem Ozeaneum bei Nacht

Segelyachten auf dem Fährkanal Stralsund vor dem Ozeaneum bei Nacht

Segelboote auf dem Fährkanal Stralsund vor dem Ozeaneum bei Nacht.

Sail Training Ship Gorch Fock 1 - Segelschulschiff Gorch Fock 1

Sail Training Ship Gorch Fock 1 - Segelschulschiff Gorch Fock 1

The Sail Training Ship Gorch Fock is by far the most famous ship in Germany. Especially when the currency in Germany was the Deutsche Mark, every child knew the Gorch Fock, because it was printed at the back of the 10 DM bill, before it was replaced by new DM notes in 1995. What most people - even in Germany - do not know: today there are 2 ships, which share the name Gorch Fock. Both of them do not only share the name, but also an exciting history. The Gorch Fock 1, which shows my photograph, was build 1932-1933, 1945 it was sunk purposely, and in 1947 salvaged by the Russians. Till 1991, renamed in Towarishtsh, the Gorch Fock 1 served as sail training vessel in the Sowiet Union, and sailed until 1993 under Ukrainian flag. 2003, the Gorch Fock 1 returned back to its hailing port Stralsund. The sister ship still is in service as sail training ship in the German Navy.

Citymarina Stralsund bei Nacht

Citymarina Stralsund bei Nacht

Segelyachten in der Citymarina Stralsund bei Mondlicht.

Sail Training Ship Gorch Fock 1 - Segelschulschiff Gorch Fock 1

Sail Training Ship Gorch Fock 1 - Segelschulschiff Gorch Fock 1

The Sail Training Ship Gorch Fock is by far the most famous ship in Germany. Especially when the currency in Germany was the Deutsche Mark, every child knew the Gorch Fock, because it was printed at the back of the 10 DM bill, before it was replaced by new DM notes in 1995. What most people - even in Germany - do not know: today there are 2 ships, which share the name Gorch Fock. Both of them do not only share the name, but also an exciting history. The Gorch Fock 1, which shows my photograph, was build 1932-1933, 1945 it was sunk purposely, and in 1947 salvaged by the Russians. Till 1991, renamed in Towarishtsh, the Gorch Fock 1 served as sail training vessel in the Sowiet Union, and sailed until 1993 under Ukrainian flag. 2003, the Gorch Fock 1 returned back to its hailing port Stralsund. The sister ship still is in service as sail training ship in the German Navy.

Citymarina Stralsund bei Nacht

Citymarina Stralsund bei Nacht

Segelyachten in der Citymarina Stralsund bei Mondlicht.

Rügenbrücke über den Strelasund - Volkswerft Stralsund bei Nacht

Rügenbrücke über den Strelasund - Volkswerft Stralsund bei Nacht

Die neue Rügenbrücke über den Strelasund verbindet die Hansestadt Stralsund mit der Insel Rügen (Strelasundquerung, Ostsee). Auf der Festlandseite endet die Rügenbrücke nahe der Volkswerft Stralsund.

Hansestadt Stralsund bei Nacht - Uferpromenade

Hansestadt Stralsund bei Nacht - Uferpromenade

Die erleuchtete Uferpromenade der Hansestadt Stralsund bei Nacht.

Hansestadt Stralsund bei Nacht - Hafenkneipe zur Fähre

Hansestadt Stralsund bei Nacht - Hafenkneipe zur Fähre

Die Hafenkneipe "Zur Fähre" (seit 1332) in der Hansestadt Stralsund, zählt zu einer der ältesten Hafenkneipen Europas. Bundeskanzlerin Angela Merkel besucht "die Fähre" gerne mit Staatsgästen.

Hansestadt Stralsund bei Nacht - Judenstele Johanniskloster

Hansestadt Stralsund bei Nacht - Judenstele Johanniskloster

Die Judenstele im Innenhof des Johanniskloster in der Hansestadt Stralsund bei Mondlicht.

Sail Training Ship Gorch Fock 1 - Segelschulschiff Gorch Fock 1

Sail Training Ship Gorch Fock 1 - Segelschulschiff Gorch Fock 1

The Sail Training Ship Gorch Fock is by far the most famous ship in Germany. Especially when the currency in Germany was the Deutsche Mark, every child knew the Gorch Fock, because it was printed at the back of the 10 DM bill, before it was replaced by new DM notes in 1995. What most people - even in Germany - do not know: today there are 2 ships, which share the name Gorch Fock. Both of them do not only share the name, but also an exciting history. The Gorch Fock 1, which shows my photograph, was build 1932-1933, 1945 it was sunk purposely, and in 1947 salvaged by the Russians. Till 1991, renamed in Towarishtsh, the Gorch Fock 1 served as sail training vessel in the Sowiet Union, and sailed until 1993 under Ukrainian flag. 2003, the Gorch Fock 1 returned back to its hailing port Stralsund. The sister ship still is in service as sail training ship in the German Navy.

Stadtansicht Stralsund bei Nacht von Altefähr (Rügen) aus gesehen

Stadtansicht Stralsund bei Nacht von Altefähr (Rügen) aus gesehen

Panorama der Hansestadt Stralsund von Altefähr (Rügen) aus gesehen bei Mondschein.