City of Woldegk
|Height:||94 m above sea level|
|Residents:||148 (31 Dec. 2017)|
|Population Density:||19 Inhabitants/km²|
Situation in Mecklenburg-Western Pomerania
Petersdorf is a district of the town of Woldegk in the east of the Mecklenburg Lake District in southeastern Mecklenburg-Vorpommern (Germany).
Petersdorf is located about 19 kilometres southeast of Neubrandenburg and six kilometres northwest of Woldegk and in a hilly end moraine landscape, whose highest elevations northeast of the community with the Helpter Mountains reach 179 m above sea level. The district borders on the Feldberger Seenlandschaft Nature Park in the southeast.
Effective 26 May 2019, the municipality of Petersdorf was incorporated into the town of Woldegk. The municipality was previously administered by the Amt Woldegk with its seat in the town of the same name.
Places of interest
Petersdorf fieldstone church dates from the 15th century. The blinds on the east gable are made of brick. The neo-Gothic brick tower, designed by Friedrich Wilhelm Buttel, was built in 1826. The interior includes a late medieval altar, which was renewed in 1726 and has a two-storey pillar construction with paintings. The pulpit dates from the middle of the 16th century. In 1980 the roof of the nave was re-roofed, in 1988 an interior renovation took place. In 1990 the tower was renovated.
→ See also list of monuments in Woldegk-Petersdorf
Village church Petersdorf, brick tower
Village church Petersdorf, boulder building
War memorial 1914-18
The federal road 104 runs through the district. Petersdorf can be reached via the Friedland i. M. junction of the Federal Motorway 20 (approx. 15 kilometres away).
- Literature about Petersdorf (Woldegk) in the Landesbibliographie MV
– Collection of pictures
- Announcement of the Ministry of the Interior and Europe of 16 January 2019, AmtsBl. M-V p. 254
- Information board at the church