Ahlbeck is a small town located on the island of Usedom in the state of Mecklenburg-Vorpommern, Germany. The town is situated on the eastern coast of the island, facing the Baltic Sea. Ahlbeck is known for its sandy beaches, which have been a popular destination for tourists since the 19th century, when the town developed as a seaside resort. Ahlbeck has a long history dating back to the Middle Ages, when it was a small fishing village on the Baltic Sea coast.
The town was first mentioned in written records in the 13th century, and by the 16th century it had become an important center for trade and agriculture. In the 19th century, Ahlbeck underwent significant development as a seaside resort, and the town became a popular destination for tourists seeking to escape the heat and pollution of the city. Many of Ahlbeck's historic buildings, such as the Ahlbeck Pier and the Grand Hotel Ahlbeck, date back to this period and are popular tourist attractions.
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