|Population density:||4120 inhabitants per km²|
|Status:||Disestablished as borough with the 2001 administrative reform|
Hohenschönhausen was a borough of Berlin, that existed from 1985 until Berlin's 2001 administrative reform. It was composed by the localities of Alt-Hohenschönhausen (core of the borough), Neu-Hohenschönhausen, Malchow, Wartenberg and Falkenberg.
It was created by splitting the localities of Hohenschönhausen, Wartenberg, Falkenberg and the eastern part of Malchow off the 1920 Weißensee borough. In 2001 it was absorbed by the borough of Lichtenberg. The locality of Hohenschönhausen was then renamed Alt-Hohenschönhausen while the housing estates of Wartenberg, Falkenberg and Malchow became the new Neu-Hohenschönhausen locality.
Hohenschönhausen Castle is located in Alt-Hohenschönhausen. The Association Hohenschönhausen Castle cares for the restoration and cultural revitalization of this manor house and regularly organizes different events in the castle, such as exhibitions, readings, and concerts.
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