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This article is about the administrative district of Rügen. For the island, see Rügen. Rügen —  District  — Country  Germany State Mecklenburg-Vorpommern Capital Bergen Area  - Total 973.92 km2 (376 sq mi) Population (31 December 2009)[1]  - Total 68,126  - Density 70/km2 (181.2/sq mi) Time zone CET (UTC+1)  - Summer (DST) CEST (UTC+2) Vehicle registration RÜG Website kreis-rueg.de Rügen is a Kreis (district) in the northeastern part of Mecklenburg-Vorpommern, Germany. It is bordered entirely by the Baltic Sea. The nearest district is Nordvorpommern and the district-free city Stralsund. Contents 1 Geography 2 History 3 Coat of arms 4 Towns and municipalities 5 References 6 External links Geography The district covers the islands Rügen and Hiddensee, and several small islands like Ummanz and Vilm. It is thus the only district of Germany which consists solely of islands. History See also: History of Rügen The district of Rügen was created in 1806 by the Swedish administration of Swedish Pomerania. At first it was named Amt Bergen, in 1810 it was renamed to Kreis Bergen. With an administrative reform of Mecklenburg-Western Pomerania due in 2008 the district is scheduled to be merged into a larger district around the city Stralsund. However an initiative to keep the independence of the district of Rügen has already been started. Coat of arms The coat of arms derives from the coat of arms of the Principality of Rügen of the 13th century, with the only addition of a crown. The coat of arms were granted on January 18, 1993. Towns and municipalities Amt-free towns Amt-free municipalities Putbus Sassnitz Binz Ämter 1. Bergen auf Rügen Bergen auf Rügen1, 2 Buschvitz Garz/Rügen2 Gustow Lietzow Parchtitz Patzig Poseritz Ralswiek Rappin Sehlen 2. Mönchgut-Granitz Baabe1 Gager Göhren Lancken-Granitz Middelhagen Sellin Thiessow Zirkow 3. Nord-Rügen Altenkirchen Breege Dranske Glowe Lohme Putgarten Sagard1 Wiek 4. West-Rügen Altefähr Dreschvitz Gingst Insel Hiddensee Kluis Neuenkirchen Rambin Samtens1 Schaprode Trent Ummanz 1seat of the Amt; 2town References ^ "Bevölkerungsentwicklung der Kreise und Gemeinden" (in German). Statistisches Amt Mecklenburg-Vorpommern. 31 December 2009. http://service.mvnet.de/statmv/daten_stam_berichte/e-bibointerth01/bevoelkerung--haushalte--familien--flaeche/a-i__/a123__/2009/daten/a123-2009-22.pdf.  External links Media related to Landkreis Rügen at Wikimedia Commons Official website (German) Tourism website (German, English) v · d · e Urban and rural districts in the state of Mecklenburg-Vorpommern in Germany Urban districts Greifswald · Neubrandenburg · Rostock · Schwerin · Stralsund · Wismar Rural districts Bad Doberan · Demmin · Güstrow · Ludwigslust · Mecklenburg-Strelitz · Müritz · Nordvorpommern · Nordwestmecklenburg · Ostvorpommern · Parchim · Rügen · Uecker-Randow v · d · eGeography of Pomerania Regions Current Vorpommern (Western or Hither Pomerania) · Zachodniopomorskie · Pomerelia (Kashubia) · Pomerania euroregion Former Farther Pomerania · Circipania · Lauenburg and Bütow Land · Lands of Schlawe and Stolp Administration Mecklenburg-Vorpommern (Germany) · West Pomeranian Voivodeship (Poland) · Pomeranian Voivodeship (Poland) Towns Lists List of towns in Vorpommern · List of towns in Farther Pomerania · Pomeranian cities, towns and villages · List of placenames in the Province of Pomerania (A-H · I-P · Q-Z) Largest >100,000 Tricity (Gdańsk · Gdynia · Sopot) · Szczecin · Koszalin >50,000 Słupsk · Stargard · Stralsund · Greifswald Islands Greifswalder Oie · Hiddensee · Rügen · Ummanz · Usedom · Vilm · Wolin Peninsulae Fischland-Darß-Zingst · Jasmund · Hela · Mönchgut · Wittow Rivers Dziwna · Grabowa · Ina · Łeba · Oder · Parsęta · Peene · Peenestrom · Randow · Recknitz · Rega · Ryck · Słupia · Świna · Tollense · Trebel · Uecker · Vistula · Wieprza Lakes Lake Dąbie · Lake Gardno · Kummerower See · Łebsko Lake · Lake Miedwie Bays, lagoons Bay of Gdańsk · Bay of Greifswald · Bay of Pomerania · Szczecin Lagoon National parks Western Pomerania Lagoon Area National Park  · Jasmund National Park  · Lower Oder Valley National Park · Wolin National Park · Słowiński National Park v · d · eHistory of Pomerania 10,000 BC–600 AD · 600–1100 · 1100–1300 · 1300–1500 · 1500–1806 · 1806–1933 · 1933–1945 · 1945–present  Administrative Western Pomerania and Farther Pomerania (before 1945) Billung March · Northern March · Principality of Rugia · Duchy of Pomerania (House of Pomerania · List of Dukes · Cammin · Gützkow · Schlawe-Stolp · Lauenburg-Bütow · Partitions · P.-Stolp) · Swedish Pomerania · Brandenburgian Pomerania (Draheim) Pomerania Province (1815-1945) (Neumark · Posen-West Prussia · List of placenames) · Mecklenburg-Vorpommern Zachodniopomorskie (after 1945) Szczecin Voivodeship · Koszalin Voivodeship · Słupsk Voivodeship · West Pomeranian Voivodeship Pomerelia Kashubia Medieval duchies (Samborides) · State of the Teutonic Order · Royal Prussia · West Prussia · Polish Corridor · Free City of Danzig · Reichsgau Danzig-West Prussia · Pomeranian Voivodeship (Kashubian placenames)  Ecclesiastical Roman Catholic Conversion of Pomerania · Diocese of Kolberg (hist.) (Congress of Gniezno) · Diocese of Cammin (hist.) · Diocese of Roskilde (hist.) · Diocese of Włocławek (Leslau) (hist.) Archdiocese of Berlin · Archdiocese of Szczecin-Kamień · Diocese of Koszalin-Kołobrzeg · Diocese of Pelplin Protestant Protestant Reformation · Pomeranian Evangelical Church  Demography Archaeological cultures Hamburg · Maglemosian · Ertebølle-Ellerbek · Linear Pottery · Funnelbeaker · Havelland · Corded Ware · Comb Ceramic · Nordic Bronze Age · Lusatian · Jastorf · Pomeranian · Oksywie · Wielbark · Gustow · Dębczyn (Denzin) Peoples Gepids · Goths · Lemovii · Rugii · Vidivarii · Vistula Veneti · Slavic Pomeranians · Prissani · Rani · Ukrani · Veleti · Lutici · Velunzani · German Pomeranians  · Kashubians  · Poles  · Slovincians Major demographic events Migration Period  · Ostsiedlung  · WWII flight and expulsion of Germans  · Post-WWII settlement of Poles and Ukrainians Languages and dialects West Germanic Low German: Low Prussian and Pomeranian (Mecklenburgisch-Vorpommersch · East Pomeranian) · Standard German West Slavic Polabian† · Polish · Pomeranian (Kashubian · Slovincian†)  Treaties Kremmen (1236) · Landin (1250) · Soldin (1309) · Templin (1317) · Stralsund (1354) · Stralsund (1370) · Thorn (1411) · Soldin (1466) · Thorn (1466) · Prenzlau (1448/72/79) · Pyritz (1493) · Grimnitz (1529) · Stettin (1570) · Franzburg (1627) · Stettin (1630) · Westphalia (1648) · Stettin (1653) · Labiau (1656) · Wehlau and Bromberg (1657) · Oliva (1660) · Saint-Germain-en-Laye (1679) · Lund (1679) · Stockholm (1719/1720) · Frederiksborg (1720) · Kiel (1814) · Vienna (1815) · Versailles (1919) · Potsdam (1945) Coordinates: 54°25′N 13°25′E / 54.42°N 13.42°E / 54.42; 13.42