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Wittstock is situated in a terminal moraine landscape south of the Mecklenburg Lake District. After the incorporation of several suburban villages in December and again in October , Wittstock became the 6th largest town in Germany by area. Both districts were still under the overview of the department of Wittstock. Development of population since within the current Boundaries Blue Line: Comparison to Population development in Brandenburg state; Grey Background: Time of Nazi Germany ; Red Background: Time of communist East Germany.
Recent Population Development and Projections Population Development before Census blue line ; Recent Population Development according to the Census in Germany in blue bordered line ; Projection by the Brandenburg state for yellow line ; Projection by the Brandenburg state for red line ; Projection by the Bertelsmann Foundation for green line.
Wittstock resulted from a Slavic settlement and was first mentioned in the deed of formation for the Bishopric of Havelberg in The name is possibly derived from vysoka "high-lying" in the language of the local Polabian tribes, it was later Germanized into Wiztok , Witzstock and Witstock , adapted folk-etymologically to Low German witt "white" and stock "rootstock".
Obtaining the Stendal town charter on 13 September from the hands of the Havelberg Prince-bishop Henry I, it is one of the oldest towns of Brandenburg. In , Wittstock received an imprint of the town seal, which was one of the oldest in Brandenburg, too. Wittstock Castle, which had been built from onwards onto a Slavic foundation, served as the residence of the Havelberg Prince-bishops from ; it is therefore also designated Old Bishop Castle Alte Bischofsburg.
Followed by the outbreak of a plague epidemic two years later, Wittstock remained devastated and lost about the half of its population. The redevelopment of the town was launched by the "Great Elector" Frederick William in Wittstock is twinned with:. Significantly enlarged as a hall church in the late 13th century and repleted with a carved altar by Claus Berg , it was used as a cathedral by the Havelberg bishops.