The Mecklembourg-Schwerin ( German Mecklenburg-Schwerin in ) was a Duché, (then a Grand-duché as of 1815) in the North-East of Germany, made of a partition of the Duchy of Mecklembourg. Directed by the dynatie of the Nikloting, it was a relatively poor State on the Littoral of the Baltique. After the fall of monarchies in 1918 it will become the free State of Mecklembourg-Schwerin (in German: Der Freistaat Mecklenburg-Schwerin ).
List sovereigns of Mecklemburg-SchwerinOf 1352 with 1815, Mecklembourg-Schwerin was controlled by 18 consecutive dukes then by 5 large dukes between 1815 and 1918.
See also: List of the sovereigns of Mecklembourg-Schwerin
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