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The border between the historical regions of Mecklenburg and Pomerania goes directly through the town; Damgarten is the eastern and Pomeranian part, and Ribnitz is the western and Mecklenburgian part. The town is situated between the two Hanseatic cities Rostock and Stralsund , on the mouth of the river Recknitz. The Saaler Bodden in turn is the south-western end of a chain of bays leading to the Baltic Sea.
Touristically relevant is Ribnitz-Damgarten's situation at the southern end of the Fischland , the peninsula dividing the chain of bays from the Baltic Sea. The town's name derives in the Slavic settlements Rybanis ryba means fish and Damgor dam means oak tree , gora means hill , located on opposite sides of the mouth of the Recknitz river.
In ancient times, the Recknitz formed the border between Mecklenburg and Pomerania. At the ford a castle was built about on the Mecklenburg side, being the precursor of Ribnitz. In , Walter Bachmann moved his airplane repair and production business from Rostock to Ribnitz. The company was specialized in seaplanes , for which nearness to open water was essential. The Walter-Bachmann-Flugzeugbau KG, as it was later called, turned the fisher's and farmer's town into a seat of war-essential production.
The influx of workers for the factory, among other factors, increased the population of Ribnitz from in to in Like the Bachmann works for Ribnitz, so did they increase Damgarten's population, which doubled from to Primarily it was a training center for seaplane personnel. On the 5th of July, , the former towns of Ribnitz and Damgarten were merged. As both towns' councils had previously voted against the merger, it can be supposed that this decision was made under political pressure.
Ribnitz-Damgarten calls itself the Bernsteinstadt Amber Town , due to its history of manufacturing jewelry and other things from amber. With the adoption of said title came also the introduction of a new town logo, the Bernsteinlogo , which is now used on official correspondence. It can also be seen on the Stadtblatt , an informational paper issued by the town council. Today, amber is processed in the so-called Schaumanufaktur Show Manufacture , where its processing can be watched by visitors.