As usual my off the beaten path leads to a record shop. The best one was a combined book & records 'Antik'-shop in the main shopping street Kröpeliner Strasse 16.
Another shop is MUSIKLADEN at Leonhardstrasse 21A; it's just West of the City Center.
If you go further West into the student area, you will find more modern music at Waldemarstrasse 5.
One spot, I couldn't check is FRAU GEIER. Supposely this shop moved to somewhere at the Langestrasse. You will find all kinds of good yunk there.
Steintor, the gate tower on the southern side of the old town, used to be the main entrance of the old town. It received its present appearance in 1576/77 when the facades and roof were redesigned in renaissance style.
Above the gate, the crests of the city (golden griffin on blue ground above a silver and white field) and the Duchy of Mecklenburg (black bull’s head) are shown – a small version on the outer side, a more elaborate and larger version on the inner side together with the Latin inscription, Sit intra te concordia et publica felicitas (may there be unity and public happiness inside you, i.e. the city).
The church of St Jakobi (James) was destroyed in the war and never rebuilt. Instead there is an underground parking garage. The new little park on its roof marks at least the foundations of the church. Information boards tell about the history of the place.
Warnemuende has developed from a tiny fishing village into a popular seaside resort and one of Germany's most important harbours.
"Big ships at the harbor"
that's what you see first when entering the harbour district of Wanemünde
Walk along the strolling mile.
The lighthouse, built in 1897/98, stands at the entrance to Rostock Harbour and is a landmark of Warnemuende. It allows an excellent panorama view along Warnemuende and the harbour entrance.
The "Teepot" (Cup of tea) has reopened in July 2002 and is a famous dance local.
"Parochial Church of Warnemünde"
"Ferry to Graal-Müritz"
The best way to cross the Warnow River - you can use the street along the banks too, but it takes about one hour during rish hour and the ferry takes three minutes only.
€ 0.90/person and €2.80/car