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  • proper n. An island in the Baltic Sea on the border between Germany and Poland.


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  • In the Diet of Usedom he gained over through his inspiring discourses all the nobles of the land to Christendom.

    Catholic Bamberg: The Church of St. Getreu

  • Travel agency OssiUrlaub said it would start taking bookings from Friday for a trial nudist day trip from the eastern German town of Erfurt to the popular Baltic Sea resort of Usedom, planned for July 5 and costing 499 euros $735. » Now arriving at square one

  • The inaugural flight will travel from Erfurt to Usedom, an island in the Baltic Sea between Germany and Poland. » Saves fuel, too

  • On the German islands of Rügen and Usedom, immaculately restored 19th-century villas line the beaches like pearls on a string.

    On the Baltic Beaches

  • And last but not least, my happy place: definitely the beach, among many others, just happened to have a photo of my family on the beach during a vacation to Usedom in 2003.

    Archive 2007-11-01

  • A few miles from the Polish border in eastern Germany on the remote Baltic island of Usedom, Peenemünde sits amid dunes and a forest of pines and oaks, a 91/2 - square-mile abandoned test site turned military theme park.

    Letter from Germany: Reliving the Nightmare

  • The idea was to drive to Usedom, an island in the Baltic, and stay in an old resort once favored by Wilhelm II.


  • "We are headed around the island of Usedom, to a place that is at the mouth of the Peene River."

    Gravity's Rainbow

  • Visibility this morning is too low to see the coast of Usedom.

    Gravity's Rainbow

  • And this is how their desperate enterprise goes a-rollicking up the coast of Usedom, under a hazy summer sky.

    Gravity's Rainbow


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