Baltic Cities: Lübeck, Wismar & Stralsund

Medieval trade across the Baltic Sea was dominated by members of the Hanseatic League. Many cities rose in importance and gained prosperity as attested by many beautiful churches and merchants’ residences, predominantly in Brick Gothic style. On the German Baltic Coast these were especially the major port cities of Lübeck (the League’s informal capital), Wismar and Stralsund. The latter two once belonged to Sweden for almost two centuries. All three old towns are very well preserved and have been listed as UNESCO World Heritage Sites: Lübeck since 1987, the other two since 2002. Apart from more than 1000 cultural heritage objects Lübeck also boasts a modern European museum dedicated to the Hanseatic League.

DELIVERY MODE

  • Hybrid (F2F & Online simultaneously)
$39 Limited

<p>Medieval trade across the Baltic Sea was dominated by members of the Hanseatic League. Many cities rose in importance and gained prosperity as attested by many beautiful churches and merchants’

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30 Nov
$39 Limited

<p>Medieval trade across the Baltic Sea was dominated by members of the Hanseatic League. Many cities rose in importance and gained prosperity as attested by many beautiful churches and merchants’

...
30 Nov

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