Lankwitz is a German locality ( Ortsteil) within the borough ( Bezirk) of Steglitz-Zehlendorf, Berlin. Until 2001 it was part of the former borough of Steglitz.
History [ edit ]
The locality was first mentioned in 1239 with the name of
Lankowice. Autonomous [1 ] Prussian municipality of the former Teltow district, Lankwitz was incorporated into Berlin in 1920, with the " Greater Berlin Act".
Geography [ edit ]
Lankwitz is situated in the southern suburb of Berlin, close the borders with the
Brandenburg. It borders with the localities of Steglitz, Lichterfelde, Mariendorf, Marienfelde (both in Tempelhof-Schöneberg district) and, in a short point represented by a bridge over the Teltowkanal, with Tempelhof. The Teltowkanal also remarks the boundary between Lankwitz and Steglitz. [2 ]
Transport [ edit ]
The locality is served by
at the rail station of S-Bahn Lankwitz (line S25). The S2 only crosses the quarter and remarks its border with Mariendorf. Lankwitz is also served by numerous bus lines.
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