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Spreenhagen

The local council of Spreenhagen has 16 members. Elections were held on May 25, 2014 with the following results: DCM Club Markgrafpieske= 13.0% 2 seats CDU = 7.5% 1 seat SPD = 35.8% 6 seats GfB Free Citizens = 28.9% 5 seats LINKE = 9.2% 1 seat NP ...

Stechlin

Stechlin is part of the northern border of Brandenburg, at the start of the Mecklenburg Lake District. It is part of the Stechlin-Ruppiner Land Nature Park, surrounded by the Menzer Forest and has many lakes in the area. The most famous is Lake S ...

Steinhofel

Steinhofel is a municipality in the Oder-Spree district, in Brandenburg, Germany. Since the beginning of 2019 it belongs to the collective municipality "Amt Odervorland" In 1774, the Prussian Minister of War and Treasury Joachim von Blumenthal pu ...

Stolpsee

Stolpsee is a lake in the Mecklenburg Lake District, in Germany. It is situated in the district of Oberhavel in the state of Brandenburg. The resort of Himmelpfort lies on the north bank of the lake. The lake has an approximate length of 3.6 kilo ...

Straussee Ferry

The Straussee Ferry is a passenger cable ferry that crosses the Straussee lake, near the town of Strausberg in Brandenburg, Germany.

Tauche

Tauche is a municipality on both sides of the river Spree in the Oder-Spree district, in Brandenburg, Germany. The large municipality consists of 12 parts or villages with other local parts/settlements, respectively. The seat of the municipal adm ...

Telegrafenberg

Telegrafenberg is a hill in Brandenburg, Germany. The name derives from an optical telegraph that was built in 1832 on the top of the hill as part of the Prussian semaphore system between Berlin and Koblenz. The optical telegraph line was discont ...

Templiner See

Templiner See is a lake in the state of Brandenburg, Germany. It stretches to the south and west from the centre of the city of Potsdam. The lake is some 5.8 kilometres 3.6 mi long, with a maximum width of 1.2 kilometres 0.75 mi and a surface are ...

Uebigau-Wahrenbruck

Uebigau-Wahrenbruck is a town in the Elbe-Elster district, in southwestern Brandenburg, Germany. It is situated on the river Schwarze Elster, 11 km northwest of Bad Liebenwerda, and 21 km east of Torgau.

Wendsee

Wendsee is a lake in the state of Brandenburg, Germany. It is situated to the west of the city of Brandenburg an der Havel, and is one of a number of directly linked lakes, along with the Breitlingsee, Moserscher See, Plauer See and Quenzsee. The ...

Wiesenburg

Wiesenburg is a municipality in the Potsdam-Mittelmark district, in Brandenburg, Germany. It is situated 10 km west of Bad Belzig, and 34 km southwest of Brandenburg. It is located in the High Flaming Nature Park.

Wildau

Wildau is a German municipality of the state of Brandenburg, located in the district of Dahme-Spreewald. It is located close to Berlin and easily reached by the S-Bahn. As of 2006 its population was of 9.649 inhabitants.

Wittenberge

Wittenberge is a town of eighteen thousand people on the middle Elbe in the district of Prignitz, Brandenburg, Germany.

Wusterwitz

Wusterwitz is a municipality in the Potsdam-Mittelmark district, in Brandenburg, Germany. Wusterwitz has a population of approximately 3000 inhabitants.

Zehdenick

Zehdenick is a town in the Oberhavel district, in Brandenburg, Germany. It is situated on the river Havel, 26 kilometres southeast of Furstenberg/Havel, and 51 kilometres north of Berlin. Since 31 July 2013, the city has the additional appellatio ...

Zehlendorf bei Oranienburg

Zehlendorf is a village belonging to the city Oranienburg in Brandenburg. It was incorporated into Oranienburg on 26 October 2003. The town is home to the Sender Zehlendorf, a transmission site for long wave and medium wave radio.

Zichow

Zichow is located within the historic Uckermark region. The municipal area comprises Zichow proper and the civil parishes Ortsteile of Fredersdorf and Golm, incorporated in 2001.

Ziernsee

Ziernsee is a lake in the Mecklenburg Lake District, in Germany. Whilst most of the lake is in the district of Mecklenburgische Seenplatte in the state of Mecklenburg-Vorpommern, a portion of its southern shore is in the state of Brandenburg. The ...

Ziesar

Ziesar is a town in the Potsdam-Mittelmark district, in Brandenburg, Germany. It is situated 24 km south-west of the city of Brandenburg.

Altenwerder

Altenwerder is a quarter in the Harburg borough of the Free and Hanseatic city of Hamburg in northern Germany. In the 1970s the city of Hamburg announced the formal dispossession of all property to build the Container Terminal Altenwerder. The te ...

Altona-Nord

Altona-Nord located in the Altona borough in the city Hamburg, Germany, is one of 104 quarters of Hamburg. In 2016 the population was 22.137.

Bergedorf (quarter)

Bergedorf is a quarter in the homonymous borough of the Free and Hanseatic city of Hamburg in northern Germany. In 2016, the population was 35.105.

Binnenalster

Binnenalster) or Inner Alster Lake is one of two artificial lakes within the city limits of Hamburg, Germany, which are formed by the river Alster. The main annual festival is the Alstervergnugen. The lake has an area of 0.2 square kilometres 0.0 ...

Bramfelder See

Bramfelder See is a lake in Steilshoop, Hamburg, Germany which is named after the nearby former village of Bramfeld. It is fed by several springs, among others from the former swamp of Prokelmoor, located today on the compound of nearby Ohlsdorf ...

Colonnaden

The Colonnaden is a shopping street in Neustadt quarter, Hamburg, Germany. The street, now largely a pedestrian zone, forms a diagonal junction from Jungfernstieg boulevard to Esplanade/Stephansplatz. It has a rich tradition and was dubbed a "Pra ...

Cremon

Cremon was a marsh island in the Alster river at Hamburg, Germany. Today the site is marked by a street of the same name, in the Altstadt of Hamburg. The island was the first of the new town, and was outside the former city walls. The land was di ...

Eilbek

Eilbek is a quarter of the German city of Hamburg and part of the Wandsbek borough. It originated as a small village on the outskirts of Hamburg and was eventually incorporated when the city expanded. In 2016 the population was 21.505.

Gerhart-Hauptmann-Platz

Gerhart-Hauptmann-Platz is a central square in Altstadt quarter, Hamburg, Germany. The former Pferdemarkt is located at the junction of the streets of MonckebergstraSe, SpitalerstraSe and Alstertor. The southern part of the square was renamed int ...

GroSe Bleichen

GroSe Bleichen are located in the Passagenviertel passage quarter, a busy shopping district including some luxury brands. It leads from Jungfernstieg on Lake Binnenalster in the direction of the GroSneumarkt square, the center of Neustadt quarter ...

Harburg-Wilhelmsburg

Harburg-Wilhelmsburg was a city in the Prussian Province of Hanover briefly in existence from 1927 and 1937, resulting from the merger of the cities of Harburg and Wilhelmsburg. In 1937, Harburg-Wilhelmsburg, along with the cities from the Prussi ...

Heiligengeistfeld

Heiligengeistfeld is an area of Hamburg in the St. Pauli quarter. The Hamburger Dom funfair has been held there since 1893. When the area is not used for exhibitions, circuses or the Dom it is a car park. A building from German Telekom, a swimmin ...

Isebekkanal

Isebekkanal is a canal in Hamburg, Germany. It has a length of about 3 km and is a remnant of the former stream of Isebek. The small Ottersbek stream flows into it. The Isebekkanal flows into the Alster.

Maschen

Maschen is a village in the municipality of Seevetal in Harburg district in the German state of Lower Saxony. It lies south of Hamburg on the northern edge of the Luneburg Heath and within the commuter zone of the city of Hamburg. Maschen Marshal ...

MonckebergstraSe

The MonckebergstraSe is one of the main shopping streets in Hamburg, Germany. MonckebergstraSe is located in Hamburg-Altstadt, running some 800 m in east-west-direction between the Hauptbahnhof at Steintorwall and the Rathaus at Rathausmarkt. It ...

Neuengamme

Neuengamme is a quarter of Hamburg, Germany, located in the Bergedorf borough, near the river Dove Elbe. In this rural quarter, part of the Vierlande, the population in 2016 was 3.691. During Nazi Germany, Neuengamme concentration camp was locate ...

Neuer Wall

Neuer Wall is an upmarket shopping street in Hamburg, Germany. The 1.200 m of shop-fronts are almost entirely lined with luxury brands. According to international real estate and retail reports, Neuer Wall is among the most exclusive shopping str ...

Niederelbe

The Niederelbe is a 108 kilometers long section of the river Elbe, from western Hamburg downstream to its mouth into the North Sea near Cuxhaven. Starting at Muhlenberger Loch near Finkenwerder, Hamburg, it gradually widens from 2 km to 18 km. On ...

Niendorf, Hamburg

In 2006 in the quarter Niendorf were living 39.690 people. 15.2% were children under the age of 18, and 24.8% were 65 years of age or older. 6.9% were immigrants. 1.140 people were registered as unemployed. In 1999 there were 20.092 households an ...

Palmaille

The Palmaille is a famous avenue of Altona, Hamburg. It is considered one of northern Europes most complete examples of a Neoclassical urban ensemble. First developed in the 1630s as a lane for the then popular palle-maille, in the course of the ...

Rothenburgsort

Rothenburgsort is a quarter in the Hamburg-Mitte borough of the Free and Hanseatic city of Hamburg in northern Germany. In 2016, the population was 9.137.

Schnaakenmoor

The Schnaakenmoor is a nature reserve area located in the northwest of the forest district Klovensteen in Hamburg, Germany. The Klovensteen is a forest district and a recreational area in the west of Hamburg. Schnaakenmoor covers also some areas ...

SpitalerstraSe

SpitalerstraSe is a shopping street in the Altstadt quarter, Hamburg, Germany. The street, a pedestrian zone, is one of the central shopping districts of the city and forms a diagonal junction from Gerhart-Hauptmann-Platz/MonckebergstraSe bouleva ...

Stephansplatz, Hamburg

Stephansplatz is a square in Neustadt quarter, Hamburg, Germany. It is located at the junction of the streets of Dammtordamm, Esplanade, DammtorstraSe, and Gorch-Fock-Wall, south of Dammtor area and Dammtor station. The square is named after Germ ...

Timmermoor

The Timmermoor is a natural monument, about 4 hectares in area, in the southeast of Bergstedt, a quarter of Hamburg, Germany. It was placed under protection by a Hamburg senate act of 4 February 1986. The bog pond is a kettle hole that formed aro ...

Unterelbe

The Unterelbe or, in English usually the Lower Elbe, refers to the lower reaches of the river Elbe in Germany influenced by the tides. It starts at kilometre 586, at the sluice of Geesthacht, where the Elbe forms the border between Lower Saxony a ...

Veddel

Veddel is a quarter in the Hamburg-Mitte borough of the Free and Hanseatic city of Hamburg on the homonymous island in the Elbe river, in northern Germany. In 2016, the population was 4.632.

Wandse

Wandse is a river of Schleswig-Holstein and of Hamburg, Germany. The Wandse rises west of the village of Siek in Kreis Stormarn in Schleswig-Holstein and ends in the center of Hamburg in the Alster. Along the banks of the Wandse there were many w ...

Alheimer

The Alheimer is a hill in Hesse, Germany. The Alheimer is located in the Stolzinger Hills. The nearby village of Alheim is named after the hill. On top of the Alheimer is an observation tower, The Alheimer Tower Alheimer-Turm. The tower is 21 met ...

Altenstadt, Hesse

Altenstadt is a municipality in the district Wetteraukreis, in Hesse, Germany. It is situated in the Nidder valley, approx. 27 kilometers north-east of Frankfurt am Main.

Alter Botanischer Garten Marburg

The Alter Botanischer Garten Marburg, also known as the Alter Botanischer Garten am Pilgrimstein, is a historic arboretum and botanical garden maintained by the University of Marburg and located at Pilgrimstein 3, Marburg, Hesse, Germany. It is o ...