|coat of arms||Germany map|
Coordinates: 53 ° 51 ' N , 11 ° 31' E
|State :||Mecklenburg-Western Pomerania|
|County :||Northwest Mecklenburg|
|Office :||Mecklenburg-Bad Kleinen village|
|Height :||20 m above sea level NHN|
|Area :||35.24 km 2|
|Residents:||1592 (Dec. 31, 2019)|
|Population density :||45 inhabitants per km 2|
|Postal code :||23972|
|Area code :||03841|
|License plate :||NWM, GDB, GVM, WIS|
|Community key :||13 0 74 047|
|Office administration address:||Am Wehberg 17
23972 Dorf Mecklenburg
|Mayor :||Angela Markewiec|
|Location of the community Lübow in the district of Northwest Mecklenburg|
Lübow is a municipality in the district of Northwest Mecklenburg in Mecklenburg-Western Pomerania, Germany. The municipality is administered by the Amt Dorf Mecklenburg-Bad Kleinen , based in the municipality of Dorf Mecklenburg .
The municipality of Lübow is located in slightly hilly terrain, sloping towards the Wismar Bay , directly on the south-eastern city limits of Wismar .
Lübow is surrounded by the neighboring communities Hornstorf in the north, Zurow in the northeast, Jesendorf in the southeast, Ventschow in the south, Hohen Viecheln in the southwest, Mecklenburg village in the west and Wismar in the northwest.
The districts of Greese, Levetzow (95 inhabitants), Maßlow, Schimm , Tarzow, Triwalk and Wietow belong to Lübow .
1192 was originally Slavic settlement for the first time in a Bewidmungsurkunde of Doberan Abbey as de Lubowe mentioned. In its earliest past, Lübow is also referred to as the main town near the castle village of Mecklenburg and as the "ancient town of Mecklenburg ".
In 1700 the village gradually passed from knighthood to domanium . For several centuries, the hoof order determined the existence of the farming village with its hoppers . The generous arable land made profitable economic forms possible. In 1711 the battle took place near Lübow . In addition to agriculture, handicrafts played a role early on. The school was attested in 1756.
On June 7th, 2009, the formerly independent community of Schimm with the districts Maßlow and Tarzow was incorporated into Lübow.
History of the districts
Greese is of Abodritic origin and was protected all around by water, swamp and a wall. In 1306, a Preen is named as the owner of Greese, who lived in a wooden tower block, whose prominent location can still be found today in the former estate park. The Preens served as knights at Mecklenburg Castle . From the 17th century the von Behr family sat on Greese , who died out in this branch at the beginning of the 20th century. The approximately 300 hectare manor Greese was then acquired in 1913 by Konrad von Randow , who managed it until the land reform . This was followed by expropriation without compensation and settlement of the property to small settlers, socialist collectivization and finally transfer to the agricultural production cooperative Dorf Mecklenburg .
Maßlow: The estate was owned by the Keding family from the 19th century until around 1850. The two-storey manor house has also been used as a holiday home since 2000.
Schimm originated from a Slavic settlement. The estate was divided into many individual farms, recognizable by the townscape.
Tarzow was a Gutdorf. Manor Tarzow is a single-storey, 11-axis, unrenovated plastered building from the 19th century with a two-storey middle gable .
Triwalk: When fires square Triwalk 1970 were Neolithic finds and cult fireplaces Bronze Age ( Funnel Beaker Culture ) recovered.
Wietow was an old property of the von Blücher family . The single-storey, 11-axis mansion with a lunette gable dates from the end of the 19th century. The place was incorporated on July 1, 1950. After the renovation in 2004, the SolarZentrum Mecklenburg-Vorpommern is located here .
coat of arms
Blazon : “Divided; above in silver two intersecting red round arches; below in red a straight silver linden branch with a falling leaf. "
The coat of arms was designed by Rolf Möller from Wodorfer . It was approved on July 10, 1992 by the Ministry of the Interior and registered under the number 62 of the coat of arms of the state of Mecklenburg-Western Pomerania.
|Reasons for the coat of arms: The round arches in the coat of arms refer to the late Romanesque design elements on the frieze bands of the village church built in the first quarter of the 13th century. The linden leaf stands for the large population of linden trees in the community. The leaf on the branch is also intended to symbolize the blossoming of the community.|
The municipality does not have an officially approved flag .
The official seal shows the municipal coat of arms with the inscription "GEMEINDE LÜBOW • LANDKREIS NORDWESTMECKLENBURG".
Infrastructure and transport links
Due to its proximity to the Hanseatic and port city of Wismar, the community has become an attractive place to live in recent years. Gravel has been mined in the Tarzow district for many years.
In the north of Lübow there is the Wismar motorway junction ( A 20 and A 14 ) and on the connecting road between Wismar and Jesendorf . The nearest train station is in the neighboring municipality of Dorf Mecklenburg (railway line Schwerin - Wismar).
→ See also the list of architectural monuments in Lübow
Dorfkirche Lübow : late Romanesque brick church from the first half of the 13th century in Lübow: It is one of the oldest churches in Mecklenburg-Western Pomerania. Its construction began as a three-aisled basilica with a retracted square choir , continued with a single nave and a massive tower. The originally wide windows in the nave were made slim and high.
Inside: Baroque wooden altar from the early 18th century with paintings depicting the Last Supper, the Crucifixion and the Entombment of Christ. The wooden pulpit dates from 1796. A triumphal cross group has been preserved on an old triumphal beam . The furnishings also include the baroque wooden baptismal angel from the 18th century, restored from 2003 to 2006 on the initiative of the former owners of the Greese manor, and the historically valuable Grees patronage chair from 1585. It is made of oak and is supported by ten family coats of arms carved from predominantly noble families , which had a connection to the Greese manor, adorned.
Gutshaus Levetzow: neo-Gothic , two-storey, two-wing plastered building from the mid-19th century with a saddle roof and stepped gable as well as two converted farm buildings have been preserved; Good u. a. of the families von Levetzow , Bade (19th century) and Seeler (1875 to 1928).
- ↑ Statistisches Amt MV - population status of the districts, offices and municipalities 2019 (XLS file) (official population figures in the update of the 2011 census) ( help ).
- ↑ StBA: Area changes from January 2nd to December 31st, 2009
- ↑ Hans-Heinz Schütt: On shield and flag - the coats of arms and flags of the state of Mecklenburg-Western Pomerania and its municipalities . Ed .: production office TINUS; Schwerin. 2011, ISBN 978-3-9814380-0-0 , pp. 169/170 .
- ↑ a b main statute § 1 (PDF).