6 Sights in Putgarten, Germany (with Map and Images)
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The Kap Arkona bearing tower is a former direction finding station of the Reichsmarine on the Baltic Sea in Mecklenburg-Vorpommern, which served to observe radio traffic on the southern Baltic Sea. The tower is located directly next to the Jaromarsburg at Cape Arkona on the peninsula Wittow at the northern tip of the island of Rügen. Within sight are the two lighthouses at Cape Arkona.
The Jaromarsburg was a cult site for the Slavic tribe of Rani dedicated to the god Svantovit and used from the 9th to the 12th century. It was located on the northeastern tip of the Baltic Sea island of Rügen at Cape Arkona, and was protected on two sides by the cliffed coast and from the land side by a Slavic burgwall.
3. Leuchtfeuer Arkona
The Cape Arkona Lighthouse comprises two lighthouses and a radio navigation tower on the German Baltic Sea coast in Mecklenburg-Vorpommern, with the international serial number C 1062. It is located on Cape Arkona on the peninsula of Wittow on the northern tip of the island of Rügen.
4. Großsteingrab Nobbin
The Nobbin megalithic tomb is a megalithic tomb of the Neolithic Funnelbeaker culture near Nobbin, a village in the municipality of Putgarten in the Vorpommern-Rügen district (Mecklenburg-Vorpommern). It has the Sprockhoff number 466.
5. Uferkapelle Vitt
The Vitter Kapelle is located above the fishing village of Vitt, about one kilometre southeast of Putgarten, and belongs to the parish of Altenkirchen in the Propstei Stralsund of the Pomeranian Evangelical Church District.
The sea rescue boat (SRB) Kaatje was a boat from the first series of the 7-meter class of the DGZRS. It was built in 1971 by the Evers shipyard in the port of Niendorf and remained in active service until September 1999.
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