Mecklenburg-Vorpommern is a state situated in north Germany. Its capital city is Schwerin. This state was formed through the amalgamation of historic regions of Vorpommern and Mecklenburg after World War II. It was dissolved in the year 1952 and recreated in 1990. As it has a lengthy name, it is often abbreviated as MV or Meck-Pomm. It is the sixth largest German state.
It is believed that, this state settlers were Germanic people, two thousand years ago. Mecklenburg-Vorpommern was established in 1945. This state is divided into twelve districts. All of these districts will be changed in 2009. Some of the districts include Demmin, Muritz, Rugen, Nordwestmecklenburg and others.
This state is the least densely populated and also the least industrial German state. Its population in mid 2006 was 96,542.
Over the centuries, Mecklenburg and Vorpommern have developed strong regional cultures.
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