|Bundesstrasse 122 in Germany|
|Operator:||Federal Republic of Germany|
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|Overall length:||48.5 km|
The federal road 122 (abbreviation: B 122 ) is a federal road newly created in 2005 between Wesenberg in Mecklenburg-Western Pomerania and Alt Ruppin in Brandenburg and thus (based on the route) the youngest federal road with a 100 number. It leads through the Mecklenburg Lake District and the Rheinsberg Lake District . The route from Wesenberg to Rheinsberg is also part of the Deutsche Alleenstrasse .
- Mecklenburg-Western Pomerania
The former trunk road 122 (FVS 122), renamed Reichsstrasse 122 in 1934, ran from Cottbus via Glogau to the then Polish border near Fraustadt . Since 1945, most of the road has been on Polish territory.
The B 122 was the remainder of the road that remained with Germany , designated as Fernverkehrsstrasse 122 (F 122) in the GDR from 1949 to 1990 , then the federal road . It began near Cottbus on the B 115 and ended in Klein Bademeusel on the A 15 . This old B 122 was rededicated as Landesstraße 49 in 2005 due to the nearby A 15. In the same year, the former state road L 192 was upgraded to federal road 122.