Glinde, Schleswig-Holstein

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Glinde
Coat of arms of Glinde
Coat of arms
Glinde  is located in Germany
Glinde
Glinde
Coordinates: 53°32′26″N 10°12′40″E / 53.54056°N 10.21111°E / 53.54056; 10.21111Coordinates: 53°32′26″N 10°12′40″E / 53.54056°N 10.21111°E / 53.54056; 10.21111
Country Germany
State Schleswig-Holstein
District Stormarn
Government
 • Mayor Rainhard Zug
Area
 • Total 11.22 km2 (4.33 sq mi)
Elevation 25 m (82 ft)
Population (2015-12-31)[1]
 • Total 18,122
 • Density 1,600/km2 (4,200/sq mi)
Time zone CET/CEST (UTC+1/+2)
Postal codes 21509
Dialling codes 040
Vehicle registration OD
Website www.glinde.de

Glinde is a town in Germany in southern Schleswig-Holstein, approximately 20 km east of Hamburg.

History[edit]

The name Glinde was first mentioned in a document dated from March 25, 1229. In the document Graf Adolf IV. of Schauenburg and Holstein gave the village to a Cistercian convent. (The monastery was later moved to the location of the modern town Reinbek). The King of Denmark and Duke of Schleswig-Holstein, Frederick I of Denmark, took possession of the monastery during the Protestant Reformation. 1544 his son Christian III shared it with his brothers. The affiliation changed several times.

1948, the municipalities Glinde, Oststeinbek, Havighorst and Schönningstedt were amalgamated to the Amt Glinde. After Schönningstedt and subsequently (1949) Havighorst left the association, Glinde and Oststeinbek became independent municipalities in 1978.

On June 24, 1979 (the 750th anniversary of the village), Glinde received its town charter.

Year 1803 1933 1939 1948 1961 1970 1983 1994 2002 2010 2013
Inhabitants 220 544 2.173 5.059 6.738 9.142 14.482 15.839 16.124 16.334 17.922
Glinde

Literature[edit]

  • Wolfgang Bachhofer: Glinde. 1929 bis 1979. Eine junge Stadt stellt sich vor. Glinde 1979.

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