Forsthaus Klaptow

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Forsthaus Klaptow was a residential area in the Prussian province of Pomerania .

The living space consisted of the forester's house of the Klaptow estate . It was north-east of Klaptow near the later Clara von Wedel Bridge over the Persante .

The forester's house was first mentioned in Heinrich Berghaus ' Landbuch (1867) under the name "Jägerkathen". In 1871 10 inhabitants were counted here, in 1895 4 inhabitants and in 1905 5 inhabitants. The forester's house was given up shortly before 1914. But it was officially run as a residential area until 1945. From the incorporation of Klaptow to Peterfitz in 1928 , Forsthaus Klaptow was run as a residential area in the municipality of Peterfitz and belonged to the Kolberg-Körlin district .

After 1945, the area, like all of Western Pomerania, came to Poland . Today the desert lies in the West Pomeranian Voivodeship , in the municipality of the Polish Gmina Dygowo (municipality of Degow) .


  • Manfred Vollack : The Kolberger Land. Its cities and villages. A Pomeranian homeland book. Husum Druck- und Verlagsgesellschaft, Husum 1999, ISBN 3-88042-784-4 , p. 481.


  1. Forsthaus Klaptow in the Pommern information system.

Coordinates: 54 ° 6 ′  N , 15 ° 48 ′  E