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The Hanseatic city of Lübeck, in Latin Lubeca, is a city in northern Germany and in the southeast of Schleswig-Holstein on the Bay of Lübeck, a bay in the Baltic Sea. With around 217,000 inhabitants, Lübeck is the second largest city in Schleswig-Holstein after the state capital Kiel, with around 214 km² the largest city in Schleswig-Holstein and one of the four regional centers of the state. The closest large cities are Hamburg about 65 kilometers southwest, Kiel about 80 kilometers northwest and Schwerin about 70 kilometers southeast. Lübeck is a member of the cooperation network for the Hamburg Metropolitan Region.
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The Hanseatic city was founded in 1143 at its current location, received city rights in 1160 and is also known as the "City of Seven Towers" and "Gateway to the North". She is known as the “Queen” and “Mother of the Hanseatic League”, a trade association that has ensured great prosperity in Lübeck and other member cities through free trade and peaceful cooperation since the 12th century until modern times. St. Marien zu Lübeck is considered to be one of the main works and the “mother church” of the brick Gothic, which was spread throughout Northern Europe by the Wendish Association of Cities. The preserved areas of Lübeck's old town with over a thousand cultural monuments have been part of the UNESCO World Heritage since 1987.
The city is located in the North German Plain on the Lower Trave, a navigable river that flows into the Baltic Sea about 17 kilometers from the old town in the Travemünde district. The old town lies on an almost two square kilometer hill that forms a river between the waterways of the Trave and Wakenitz. With the breakthrough of the "Canal Trave" in the north at the end of the 19th century, the old town became an island. The Elbe-Lübeck Canal also runs through the urban area from Krummesse to the Trave. The city is mostly located in the Lübeck Basin, the surrounding landscape belongs to the Ostholsteiner hill country and is shaped by the Vistula Glaciation (Pleistocene). The geographical location on the Trave, which breaks through the Baltic ridge shortly before Travemünde, favored the development of the city as a Baltic Sea port and founded its rapid rise to the north European center of power in the Middle Ages.