From the island of Rügen in the north, to Großbeeren in the south of Berlin, from Gadebusch in the west, to Peenemünde and Usedom in the east: the Schwedenstraße is a project to remember the almost 300 years of dominance of the Swedish kingdom in the state of Mecklenburg-Vorpommern. The project includes important events, such as the Thirty Years' War, the rise and fall of Sweden as a great power, the rise of Prussia, the social changes in the 18th Century and the vibrations caused by the Napoleonic wars.
It consists of a coastal route, an eastern route and a western route. Major tourist attractions document the German-Swedish history during the period from 1615 to 1830. Embark on a journey through time and discover the former administrative centres and residences of the Pomeranian dukes.