|Height :||16 m above sea level NN|
|Residents :||36 (December 31, 2015)|
|Postal code :||18519|
|Area code :||038333|
Location of Middelhagen in Mecklenburg-Western Pomerania
Geography and traffic
Middelhagen is located 18 kilometers northeast of the city of Grimmen , 9.5 kilometers south of Stralsund and 22 kilometers northwest of Greifswald . To the west runs the former federal highway 96 , the current federal highway 105 , next to it the four-lane highway B 96. Since 1863, the Greifswald – Stralsund railway has been running further west of the village .
In the stream valley running east of the village, peat was extracted.
Middelhagen was not listed in the Pomeranian document books until the middle of the 14th century. The Swedish register cards from 1696 do not know the place either, although buildings are shown in its place, but they are regarded as part (dismantling) of Brandshagen.
The place name only appears in the Prussian Urmes Tischblatt (PUM) from 1835. There is a homestead and a small place to live.
In 1871 Middelhagen had 6 houses with 12 households and 70 inhabitants, in 1867 there were only 69. All were members of the Protestant denomination.
The measuring table sheet (MTB) from 1880 shows a large estate with a park to the east and a small residential area south of the estate. Nothing changes until after 1920.
Even after the Second World War and the land reform in the Soviet Zone, the structure of the village is unchanged, only the estate has been reduced in the farm buildings. The manor house and park will be preserved.
Middelhagen belonged to the municipality of Brandshagen . This merged on June 7, 2009 with the communities Behnkendorf , Horst , Kirchdorf , Miltzow , Reinberg and Wilmshagen to form the new community Sundhagen.
- Remains of the estate and farm workers' cottage
→ See also the list of architectural monuments in Sundhagen
- Royal Statistical Bureau, “Municipalities and manor districts and their population”, III. Province of Pomerania, census of December 1, 1871, Berlin 1874.
- Royal. Statistical Bureau, “Municipalities and manor districts and their population”, III. Province of Pomerania, census of December 1, 1871, Berlin 1874.
- StBA: Area changes from January 2nd to December 31st, 2009