Bad Bramstedt

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Bad Bramstedt
Roland statue in Bad Bramstedt
Roland statue in Bad Bramstedt
Coat of arms of Bad Bramstedt
Coat of arms
Bad Bramstedt   is located in Germany
Bad Bramstedt
Bad Bramstedt
Coordinates: 53°55′7″N 9°53′4″E / 53.91861°N 9.88444°E / 53.91861; 9.88444Coordinates: 53°55′7″N 9°53′4″E / 53.91861°N 9.88444°E / 53.91861; 9.88444
Country Germany
State Schleswig-Holstein
District Segeberg
Government
 • Mayor Hans-Jürgen Kütbach (FDP)
Area
 • Total 24.14 km2 (9.32 sq mi)
Elevation 9 m (30 ft)
Population (2015-12-31)[1]
 • Total 13,906
 • Density 580/km2 (1,500/sq mi)
Time zone CET/CEST (UTC+1/+2)
Postal codes 24576
Dialling codes 04192
Vehicle registration SE
Website www.bad-bramstedt.de

Bad Bramstedt (About this sound  ) is a municipality in the district of Segeberg, in Schleswig-Holstein, Germany. It is situated approximately 40 km north of Hamburg. It is famous for its statue of Roland and its rheumatism clinic. The current mayor is Hans-Jürgen Kütbach (FDP).

Notable residents[edit]

Augusta Louise zu Stolberg-Stolberg
  • Oskar Alexander (1881–1942), founder of the rheumatism clinic in Bad Bramstedt. Murdered in Sachsenhausen concentration camp for being of Jewish descent.
  • Fabian Boll (born 1979), German footballer and Kriminaloberkommissar (police official)
  • William Crane (1902-1979), surgeon general of the Bundeswehr; died in Bad Bramstedt
  • Arved Fuchs, born 1953 in Bad Bramstedt, adventurer, first person to reach both the North and South Pole within one year and by foot.
  • Rolf Koschorrek (born 1956), German politician (CDU)
  • Karl Lagerfeld (born 1933), fashion designer, born in Hamburg, but went to school in Bad Bramstedt.
  • Siegfried Liebschner (1935–2006), Baptist theologian, born in Bad Bramstedt
  • Charles I.D. Looff (1852-1918), "father" of the amusement parks in America, builder of many roundabouts and the pier of Santa Monica
  • Johanna Mestorf (1828–1909), first female museum director in Germany and first woman in Prussia to hold the title of professor, born in Bad Bramstedt
  • Heinrich Christian Schumacher (1780–1850), astronomer.
Heinrich Christian Schumacher

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