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Lubeck, Germany

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Lubeck, Germany City Info

The history of Luebeck goes back to around the year 1000 A.D., when the Wends established "Liubice" as a royal seat and trading center. In 1143 Count Adolf II of Schauenburg built a settlement of Christian merchants between the Trave and the Wakenitz Rivers and borrowed the old name "Liubice" from the older and meanwhile destroyed settlement. The city of Luebeck was born. After a devastating fire the Saxon King, Henry the Lion established Luebeck for a second time. From 1159 Luebeck was booming. A pulsating center of trade developed which in its effect could only be compared with its counterpart of Venice. At breathtaking speed, Luebeck became the most powerful economic center of Northern Europe.

In 1173 Henry the Lion laid the cornerstone of the largest brick structure of the North, the Cathedral (Dom zu Luebeck). The churches St. Mary and St. Peter (Marienkirche und Petrikirche) also got their start during the same year. Henry the Lion indeed made even more of a mark on the city since under his leadership the layout of the Old Town of Luebeck was designed and it remains even to this day almost completely unchanged. Whoever goes through Luebeck's Old Town is truly walking on historic ground.

At the end of the 13th century a powerful alliance of cities, the Hanseatic League, has developed from a merchant's union with Luebeck taking on the leadership position of the Hanseatic Council. Despite the power that she wielded, Luebeck, the queen of the Hanseatic League, was never a war-like city. The latin phrase on the 1478 completed Holsten Gate reads, "Concordia Domi Foris Pax": Harmony within, peace without, which was the prerequisite for the functional community and the undisrupted free trade which Luebeck enjoyed.  The Old Town, though partially destroyed during the war, is still an architectural museum of the middle ages, and has just been elected "UNESCO World Heritage Site".

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