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Heidesee

Heidesee

Coat of arms
Heidesee
Heidesee

Coordinates: 52°16′59″N 13°48′00″E / 52.28306°N 13.80000°E / 52.28306; 13.80000Coordinates: 52°16′59″N 13°48′00″E / 52.28306°N 13.80000°E / 52.28306; 13.80000

Country Germany
State Brandenburg
District
Government
 • Mayor Siegbert Nimtz (UWGH - Heidesee)
Area
 • Total 134.78 km2 (52.04 sq mi)
Elevation 35 m (115 ft)
Population (2012-12-31)[1]
 • Total 6,903
 • Density 51/km2 (130/sq mi)
Time zone CET/CEST (UTC+1/+2)
Postal codes 15752, 15754
Dialling codes 033763, 033767 ,033768
Vehicle registration LDS
Website www.gemeinde-heidesee.de

Heidesee is a municipality in the district of Dahme-Spreewald in Brandenburg, which is located in the eastern part of Germany.

Demography

Organization

Neighbourhoods

Heidesee consists of 11 villages, which were united to one town in 2003. These villages are:

  • Bindow
  • Blossin
  • Dannenreich
  • Dolgenbrodt
  • Friedersdorf
  • Gräbendorf
  • Gussow
  • Kolberg
  • Prieros
  • Streganz
  • Wolzig

Coat of arms

The coat of arms of the village Gräbendorf is used for entire town, since the unification in 2003. It shows an egret beside a leaf of an oak.

Culture and sights

Sights

  • Heimathaus Prieros (small museum)
  • church Prieros
  • church Gräbendorf
  • landing stage / habour Heidesee
  • Haus des Waldes (house of forest) Gräbendorf

Nature

  • Wolziger See
  • natural park Dahme-Heideseen
  • landscape conservation area Dubrow

References

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