Ahrenshoop, Baltic seaside resort approx. 800 inhabitants Does the maritime ambience inspire creativity? Maybe not in general, although you will be convinced that this is the case in Ahrenshoop: The arts croft on Strandweg "the Kunstkaten" is the oldest and most renowned exhibition site of the Ahrenshoop artists. The charming seaside resort of Ahrenshoop is situated on a small peninsula, a narrow region that connects Fischland and Darß, and belongs to the most popular holiday resorts in the region. Only a stone's throw away from the Kunstkaten, Dorfstraße invites you to discover even more art galleries.
Already from a distance you will be able to spot the kiosk-like historical Bunte Stube with its bright red façade. Not only is Ahrenshoop famous for its art exhibitions; the repertory of musical and literary events provides delightful entertainment, too. The fine arts may well be one reason for your visit, but you will find the sea-sculptured landscape inviting to stay as well: When heading northeast into the wooded outskirts, you will discover that even the holly feels at home here. Historical facts The village's chronicles date back to the 14th century when Barnim VI of Pomerania built a small harbour along the Darß Canal. In 1395 the harbour was destroyed by the people of Rostock out of fear of competition. Ahrenshoop began developing into an artist colony around 1880.
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