Wilmersdorf

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For the Brandenburg municipality, see Madlitz-Wilmersdorf.
Wilmersdorf
Quarter of Berlin
A residential area in Wilmersdorf
A residential area in Wilmersdorf
Coat of arms of Wilmersdorf
Coat of arms
Wilmersdorf  is located in Germany
Wilmersdorf
Wilmersdorf
Coordinates: 52°29′00″N 13°19′00″E / 52.48333°N 13.31667°E / 52.48333; 13.31667Coordinates: 52°29′00″N 13°19′00″E / 52.48333°N 13.31667°E / 52.48333; 13.31667
Country Germany
State Berlin
City Berlin
Borough Charlottenburg-Wilmersdorf
Founded 1220
Area
 • Total 7.16 km2 (2.76 sq mi)
Population (2008-06-30)
 • Total 92,815
 • Density 13,000/km2 (34,000/sq mi)
Time zone CET/CEST (UTC+1/+2)
Postal codes (nr. 0402) 10707, 10709, 10711, 10713, 10715, 10717, 10719, 14197, 14199
Vehicle registration B

Wilmersdorf, an inner-city locality of Berlin, lies south-west of the central city. Formerly a borough by itself, Wilmersdorf became part of the new borough of Charlottenburg-Wilmersdorf in Berlin's 2001 administrative reform.

History[edit]

The village near Berlin was first mentioned in 1293 as Wilmerstorff, probably founded in the course of the German Ostsiedlung under the Ascanian margraves of Brandenburg. From the 1850s on Deutsch-Wilmersdorf was developed as a densely settled, affluent residential area, which in 1920 became a part of Greater Berlin. The former borough of Wilmersdorf included the localities of Halensee, Schmargendorf and Grunewald.

Sights[edit]

Education[edit]

Primary schools[edit]

Comenius-Schule, a primary school, is in Wilmersdorf.[1]

Halensee-Grundschule, a primary school, is in Halensee, near Wilmersdorf.[2]

Weekend schools[edit]

Zentrale Schule fur Japanisch Berlin e.V. (共益法人ベルリン中央学園補習授業校 Kyōeki Hōjin Berurin Chūō Gakuen Hoshū Jugyō Kō), a weekend Japanese supplementary school, is held at the [3] - Established April 1997.[4] The Japanische Ergänzungsschule in Berlin e.V. (ベルリン日本語補習授業校 Berurin Nihongo Hoshū Jugyō Kō), another weekend Japanese school, is held at Halensee-Grundschule.[5]

Famous people[edit]

Jérôme Boateng, footballer for Bayern Munich and Germany, grew up in the area.[6]

Photogallery[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Comenius-Schule." City of Berlin. Retrieved on April 6, 2015. "Comenius-Schule Gieselerstr. 4 10713 Berlin–Wilmersdorf"
  2. ^ "Halensee-Grundschule." City of Berlin. Retrieved on April 2, 2015. "Halensee-Grundschule Joachim-Friedrich-Str. 35-36 10711 Berlin–Wilmersdorf"
  3. ^ "欧州の補習授業校一覧(平成25年4月15日現在" (Archive). MEXT. Retrieved on May 10, 2014. "c/o Comenius-Schule Gieselerstr. 4, 10713 Berlin, GERMANY"
  4. ^ "Deutsch." Zentrale Schule fur Japanisch Berlin e.V.. Retrieved on April 6, 2015. "Die Zentrale Schule für Japanisch Berlin e.V. wurde im April 1997 als gemeinnütziger Verein durch eine Elterninitiative gegründet, um Kindern und Jugendlichen aus japanischen, deutschen und interkulturellen Familien die Möglichkeit zu geben, ihre japanischen Sprachkenntnisse in Wort und Schrift zu erhalten und weiter zu entwickeln."
  5. ^ "2014 年度" (Archive). Japanische Erganzungsschule in Berlin. Retrieved on February 14, 2015. "Japanische Ergänzungsschule in Berlin e.V. c/o Halensee - Grundschule Joachim - Friedrich - Str. 35/36 10711 Berlin"
  6. ^ "The Boateng Brothers' World Cup Duel". Spiegel Online. 16 April 2010. Retrieved 26 January 2012. 

External links[edit]

Media related to Wilmersdorf at Wikimedia Commons