High Quality Content by WIKIPEDIA articles! The Lauenburg and Butow
Land formed a historical region in Eastern Pomerania. Composed of
two smaller regions centered around the towns of Butow and
Lauenburg in Pommern, it was on the western periphery of Pomerelia.
Part of the Pomerelian duchies in the High Middle Ages it turned
into a terra region of the Polish Crown until 1772, which was
administered mostly by the Teutonic Knights, the Pomeranian dukes
and Brandenburg-Prussia. Until 1846 it was an administrative
division of West Prussia and the Province of Pomerania as
Lauenburg-Butowscher Kreis before it was partitioned into Kreis
Lauenburg and Kreis Butow.
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