Trzebiatów

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Trzebiatów (pronounced Tshe-bia-toof [tʂɛˈbjatuf], German: Treptow an der Rega) is a town in the West Pomeranian Voivodeship, Poland, with 10,119 inhabitants (2016). Trzebiatów is located on the Rega River in the north-western part of Poland, roughly 9 kilometers south of the Baltic coast.
Trzebiatów obtained town rights in 1277 under Pomeranian rulers and was initially settled by the Swedes. It was part of the Duchy of Pomerania. In 1416 the town became part of the Hanseatic League, then served as an important trade post and developed architecturally, with a typical Brick Gothic-style influence. It had trading connections with larger Hanseatic cities such as Gdańsk, Lübeck and Hamburg. During World War II the town escaped destruction and its preserved Old Town was registered as a protected historical monument of Poland.

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