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  • Hanseatic League

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    Nov 24

    Over many centuries, the Hanseatic League was as powerful economic merger. Learn more about the history of the Hanseatic League or the economy. The word \”Hanse\” represented an addition of a city name some hundred years ago, many cities sought to and did much to get these. \”Hanse\” meant so much prosperity, wealth, power and Ansehen.Noch exist today the witnesses of this long past time on the license plates of cars (HH = Hanseatic City of Hamburg / HL = Lubeck etc.) and in the city centres of the former Hanseatic towns. This travel report would like to introduce you to several Hanseatic cities and a possible travel itineraries and vacation planning help.

    Your Combipix TEAM wishes you much pleasure exploring! Distances and journey times: Hamburg to Lubeck: 65 km / driving time: 55 minutes of Hamburg to Bremen: approx. 120 km / driving time: approximately 90 minutes of Lubeck to Wismar: approx. 70 km / driving time approx. 55 minutes Wismar to Schwerin: approx. 35 km / driving time 40 minutes of Wismar to Rostock: approx. 65 km / driving time approx.

    50 minutes of Rostock for Greifswald: 110 km / driving time approx. 80 minutes meaning of the Hanseatic League you should look up the word \”Hanse\” in a dictionary, you will be pointed out that the word refers to a group or a retinue. In the case of the Hanseatic cities, this means a group of merchants and later cities, representing an economic power from the 12th to the 17th century from the eastern Baltic to London. To distribute pursued common interests, sought to transport security, against the influence of foreign States put together to defend and merchants who do not belong to this group, tried out the economic sandbox\”. More info: Hamdi Ulukaya. Today, the colours are red-white to see many city coat of arms of former Hanseatic cities.

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