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Jewish cemetery, Assmannweg
Jewish cemetery, Assmannweg
Country Germany
District Stadtbezirk I Stadtmitte/Frillendorf/Huttrop
 • Total 2.86 km2 (1.10 sq mi)
Elevation 48 m (157 ft)
 • Total 7,308
 • Density 2,600/km2 (6,600/sq mi)

The Nordviertel is the most northern borough of the city district Stadtbezirk I Stadtmitte/Frillendorf/Huttrop.

Geography and demographics[edit]

Nordviertel has 7,308 inhabitants and is therefore one of the smallest boroughs of Essen. It has a surface of 2.86 km² and lies on an average height of 48 metres above sea level.

The biggest part exists of residential cultivation.

Native country has become the Nordviertel of the Universität Duisburg-Essen.

Where the university stands, was earlier the independent borough Segeroth.

In the Nordviertel is also the Bamler Servicepark with approximately 3000 workplaces and the Kaufpark Bamlerstraße with approximately 250 workplaces.


  • Through this borough only one bus, two U-Bahn and one tramline (196, U11, U17 and 106 by the EVAG) goes.
  • Scene became the Nordviertel in the film Manta – Der Film.
  • BMW has one of the biggest branches in Germany there.
  • In the Assmannweg is the old Jewish cemetery of the city located.

Coordinates: 51°28′14″N 7°00′53″E / 51.47056°N 7.01472°E / 51.47056; 7.01472