Harkenbäk

Harkenbäk is a creek in Mecklenburg-Vorpommern, that empties into the Baltic Sea. The Harkenbäk rises west of the Schippmannsberges between the city of and the district of Pötenitz in northwest Mecklenburg.

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Archaeological site
is situated 2 km south of Harkenbäk. Photo: RonnyKrüger, CC0.

Localities in the Area

is the closest of the boroughs of to the Baltic Sea. Photo: Niels Heidenreich, CC BY-SA 2.0.

Harkenbäk

Latitude
53.9678° or 53° 58' 4.1" north
Longitude
10.9536° or 10° 57' 13.1" east
Open Location Code
9F5GXX93+4F
Elevation
-3 metres (-10 feet)
Geo­Names ID
3232558

Also Known As

  • Catalan: Harkenbäk
  • Cebuano: Harkenbäk
  • Chinese: 哈肯貝克河
  • Dutch: Harkenbäk
  • Egyptian Spoken Arabic: هاركينباك
  • French: Harkenbäk
  • German: Harkenbeck
  • German: Harkenbeek
  • German: Harkenbäk
  • Irish: Harkenbäk
  • Harkenbak

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