Mürwik (Danish: Mørvig) is a community of
Flensburg on the east side
Flensburg Firth. It is on the
Mürwik is the
location of the Naval Academy at Mürwik, which is the main academy
German Navy officers. Nazi Germany's final government, the
Flensburg government, was located in Mürwik.
Esspecially in Germany, it's also known for the sail training ship
Gorch Fock of the Naval Academy
Mürwik and for the database of
traffic violators of Germany (Kraftfahrt-Bundesamt, often short: KBA).
Some of the most affluent areas in
Flensburg are located in Mürwik.
Mürwik includes five districts:
Solitüde (also: Solitude, Danish: Solitude)
Fruerlund, also a community of Flensburg, is also often counted as
part of the
Other names for areas in Mürwik, which are located in its districts
are: Cäcilienschlucht (Cäcilien-Chine), Blocksberg (Blockula), old
village Engelsby, Fahrensodde (Danish: Farnæsodde), Sonwik, Twedter
Holz (Twedter Holt), Twedter Feld (Twedter Field), Twedter Mark,
Waldsiedlung Tremmerup (Wood-settlement Tremmerup), and Waldeshöh
(Wood-Highness). Mürwiks centrum is the Twedter Plack. The highest
Mürwik is the Berg beim Eichenkratt. The Bunkerberg, a hill
over a bunker beside the KBA, is overgrown by trees.
The Red Castle, the main building of the Naval Academy
The Naval Watertower
Christ Church (Christuskirche) of 1958
The imperial Post of 1910 in the 2nd German Empire
Gateway of the Park Court (Parkhof) of 1925/1928
The Kraftfahrt-Bundesamt (KBA; office of traffic violations)
Coordinates: 54°48′40″N 9°27′38″E / 54.8111°N
9.4606°E / 54.8111; 9.4606
^ Flensburg, Zahlenspiegel Teil 3: Stadtteile, 21. November 2015
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