Greifswald / Germany is a city in the northeastern state of Mecklenburg-Vorpommern, around 80 km from the Polish border to the east. Greifswald became part of the Hanseatic League in In 1278 and was a part of Sweden’s northern german territories (from 1648 to 1815).
We start our tour of Greifswald at the market place. Many of the buildings of the old town are well preserved. Greifswald Cathedral of St.Nikolai is one of the main sights yet we head outside the old town to see some of the city walls before continuing the tour inside the center.
Back in the city center, we see also walk along some more modern streets yet it is all rather relaxed as we head to the Ryck river. This river provided both the medieval Hanseatic port. Natural salt evaporation ponds were also working with its water.
We walk along the river Ryck where some fish restaurants are open for fresh seafood. The rive heads to the Baltic Sea yet we head towards the Museumswerft. There we have a view of the Museum harbor and Fangenturm and end our tour.
Filmed in June 2021
Camera: DJI Pocket 2 in 4K60
Mic: Zoom H1