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Island of Rügen, Frank Ellmerich
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As Stubbenkammer the immediate environment of the striking chalk rock king chair Jasmund on the island of Ruegen is called. The few buildings in this area, including the National Park Centre K nigstuhl form the district of the city Stubbenkammer Sassnitz. The name Stubbenkammer derived from the Slavic: Stopin stands for stage and came to rock.

In particular, the highest chalk cliff situated here-lots of Ruegen be called that. There is a distinction between the Great and Little Stubbenkammer. The Great Stubbenkammer includes the 118-meter high chair king himself directly adjacent to the north and Cretaceous rock formations, including the intervening ravine. The Small Stubbenkammer is the chair of King south to chalk wall with the Victoria-term viewpoint, which in 1865 was during a visit by the then King of Prussia, Wilhelm I and the Crown Princess Victoria (his daughter), so named. Further south, close to the shore and the High Kollicker bank, but no longer belong to Stubbenkammer.

Stubbenkammer is three kilometers away from the large parking lot in Hagen - a hamlet in the town Lohme - best reached by shuttle bus or on a hiking trail, which passes through the forest of Stubnitz also at Hertha. A high riverside walk leads from seven kilometers away Sassnitz on the Wissower latches along the Ernst-Moritz-Arndt-view, the Kieler Bach with the Convention therein Auguste-Viktoria-view and the Kollicker place after Stubbenkammer and from here, four kilometers away situated along the northern coast Jasmund Lohme.

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