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Rendsburg-Eckernförde

Rendsburg-Eckernförde (Schleswig-Holstein, Germany. It is bounded by (from the east and clockwise) the city of Kiel, the district of Plön, the city of Neumünster, the districts of Segeberg, Steinburg, Dithmarschen and Schleswig-Flensburg, and the Baltic Sea.

Contents

  • History 1
  • Geography 2
  • Coat of arms 3
  • Towns and municipalities 4
  • References 5
  • External links 6

History

In 1867 the Prussian administration established twenty districts in its province of Schleswig-Holstein, among them the districts of Rendsburg and Eckernförde. The present district was established in 1970 by merging the former districts.

Geography

The district is situated at the coast of the Baltic Sea, roughly between the cities of Schleswig and Kiel. A large portion of the Kiel Canal passes through Rendsburg-Eckernförde. It is one of the largest districts in the whole of Germany.

Coat of arms

Coat of arms The coat of arms displays:

Towns and municipalities

Independent towns
and municipalities
  1. Büdelsdorf
  2. Eckernförde
  3. Rendsburg
  4. Altenholz
  5. Kronshagen
  6. Wasbek
Ämter
  1. Achterwehr1
  2. Bredenbek
  3. Felde
  4. Krummwisch
  5. Melsdorf
  6. Ottendorf
  7. Quarnbek
  8. Westensee
  1. Bissee
  2. Bordesholm1
  3. Brügge
  4. Grevenkrug
  5. Groß Buchwald
  6. Hoffeld
  7. Loop
  8. Mühbrook
  9. Negenharrie
  10. Reesdorf
  11. Schmalstede
  12. Schönbek
  13. Sören
  14. Wattenbek
  1. Dänischenhagen1
  2. Noer
  3. Schwedeneck
  4. Strande
  1. Felm
  2. Gettorf1
  3. Lindau
  4. Neudorf-Bornstein
  5. Neuwittenbek
  6. Osdorf
  7. Schinkel
  8. Tüttendorf
  1. Bovenau
  2. Haßmoor
  3. Ostenfeld
  4. Osterrönfeld1
  5. Rade bei Rendsburg
  6. Schacht-Audorf
  7. Schülldorf
  1. Böhnhusen
  2. Flintbek1
  3. Schönhorst
  4. Techelsdorf
  1. Alt Duvenstedt
  2. Fockbek1
  3. Nübbel
  4. Rickert
  1. Bargstall
  2. Breiholz
  3. Christiansholm
  4. Elsdorf-Westermühlen
  5. Friedrichsgraben
  6. Friedrichsholm
  7. Hamdorf
  8. Hohn1
  9. Königshügel
  10. Lohe-Föhrden
  11. Prinzenmoor
  12. Sophienhamm
  1. Ahlefeld-Bistensee
  2. Ascheffel
  3. Borgstedt
  4. Brekendorf
  5. Bünsdorf
  6. Damendorf
  7. Groß Wittensee1
  8. Haby
  9. Holtsee
  10. Holzbunge
  11. Hütten
  12. Klein Wittensee
  13. Neu Duvenstedt
  14. Osterby
  15. Owschlag
  16. Sehestedt
  1. Brinjahe
  2. Embühren
  3. Haale
  4. Hamweddel
  5. Hörsten
  6. Jevenstedt1
  7. Luhnstedt
  8. Schülp bei Rendsburg
  9. Stafstedt
  10. Westerrönfeld
  1. Arpsdorf
  2. Aukrug
  3. Beldorf
  4. Bendorf
  5. Beringstedt
  6. Bornholt
  7. Ehndorf
  8. Gokels
  9. Grauel
  10. Hanerau-Hademarschen
  11. Heinkenborstel
  12. Hohenwestedt1
  13. Jahrsdorf
  14. Lütjenwestedt
  15. Oldenbüttel
  16. Meezen
  17. Mörel
  18. Nienborstel
  19. Nindorf
  20. Osterstedt
  21. Padenstedt
  22. Rade bei Hohenwestedt
  23. Remmels
  24. Seefeld
  25. Steenfeld
  26. Tackesdorf
  27. Tappendorf
  28. Thaden
  29. Todenbüttel
  30. Wapelfeld
  1. Blumenthal
  2. Mielkendorf
  3. Molfsee1
  4. Rodenbek
  5. Rumohr
  6. Schierensee
  1. Bargstedt
  2. Bokel
  3. Borgdorf-Seedorf
  4. Brammer
  5. Dätgen
  6. Eisendorf
  7. Ellerdorf
  8. Emkendorf
  9. Gnutz
  10. Groß Vollstedt
  11. Krogaspe
  12. Langwedel
  13. Nortorf1, 2
  14. Oldenhütten
  15. Schülp bei Nortorf
  16. Timmaspe
  17. Warder
  1. Altenhof
  2. Barkelsby
  3. Brodersby
  4. Damp
  5. Dörphof
  6. Fleckeby
  7. Gammelby
  8. Goosefeld
  9. Güby
  10. Holzdorf
  11. Hummelfeld
  12. Karby
  13. Kosel
  14. Loose
  15. Rieseby
  16. Thumby
  17. Waabs
  18. Windeby
  19. Winnemark
1seat of the Amt;2town

References

External links

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  • Official website (German)


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