Britz-Chorin-Oderberg

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Amt Britz-Chorin-Oderberg in Brandenburg - district Barnim locator map

Britz-Chorin-Oderberg is an Amt ("municipal federation") in the district of Barnim, in Brandenburg, Germany. Its seat is in the town Britz. It was formed on 1 January 2009 by the merger of the former Ämter Britz-Chorin and Oderberg.

The Amt Britz-Chorin-Oderberg consists of the following municipalities:

  1. Britz
  2. Chorin
  3. Hohenfinow
  4. Liepe
  5. Lunow-Stolzenhagen
  6. Niederfinow
  7. Oderberg
  8. Parsteinsee

Demography[edit]

Amt Britz-Chorin-Oderberg:
Population development within the current boundaries (2013)
[1]
Year Population
1875 15 219
1890 15 947
1910 15 658
1925 14 917
1933 15 394
1939 16 041
1946 18 100
1950 18 751
1964 16 195
1971 15 633
Year Population
1981 13 157
1985 12 473
1989 12 055
1990 11 840
1991 11 754
1992 11 548
1993 11 444
1994 11 474
1995 11 476
1996 11 632
Year Population
1997 11 707
1998 11 750
1999 11 799
2000 11 768
2001 11 575
2002 11 506
2003 11 398
2004 11 258
2005 11 131
2006 10 919
Year Population
2007 10 807
2008 10 649
2009 10 487
2010 10 357
2011 10 243
2012 10 170
2013 10 122
2014 10 104
2015 10 157


References[edit]

  1. ^ Detailed data sources are to be found in the Wikimedia Commons.Population Projection Brandenburg at Wikimedia Commons

Coordinates: 52°54′00″N 13°52′01″E / 52.900°N 13.867°E / 52.900; 13.867