Groß Pankow (Prignitz)

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Groß Pankow (Prignitz)
Coat of arms of Groß Pankow (Prignitz)
Coat of arms
Groß Pankow (Prignitz)   is located in Germany
Groß Pankow (Prignitz)
Groß Pankow (Prignitz)
Coordinates: 53°07′00″N 12°03′00″E / 53.11667°N 12.05000°E / 53.11667; 12.05000Coordinates: 53°07′00″N 12°03′00″E / 53.11667°N 12.05000°E / 53.11667; 12.05000
Country Germany
State Brandenburg
District Prignitz
Government
 • Mayor Thomas Brandt
Area
 • Total 248.79 km2 (96.06 sq mi)
Population (2012-12-31)[1]
 • Total 3,991
 • Density 16/km2 (42/sq mi)
Time zone CET/CEST (UTC+1/+2)
Postal codes 16928; 19348
Dialling codes 033983
Vehicle registration PR
Website www.grosspankow.de
Wolfshagen manor
Church in Boddin
Church in Langnow

Groß Pankow (Prignitz) is a municipality in Prignitz district, Brandenburg, Germany. The municipality was formed in 2001 from the union of municipalities of the former Amt of Groß Pankow/Prignitz and some in Amt Pritzwalk-Land. Amt Groß Pankow/Prignitz was then dissolved.[2]

Groß Pankow is connected via German Federal Highway B 189 to the cities of Pritzwalk, Perleberg, Wittenberge and Magdeburg.

Former mill in Wolfshagen
Wolfshagen manor

Geography[edit]

The municipality has 39 villages in 18 districts[3] with the populations given in parentheses (As of March 1, 2010)[4]

  • Baek (287)
    • Baek (222)
    • Strigleben (65)
  • Boddin-Langnow (240)
    • Boddin (153)
    • Heidelberg (30)
    • Langnow (57)
  • Groß Pankow (587)
    • Groß Pankow (551)
    • Luggendorf (36)
  • Groß Woltersdorf (159)
    • Brünkendorf (14)
    • Groß Woltersdorf (86)
    • Klein Woltersdorf (59)
  • Gulow-Steinberg (146)
    • Gulow (94)
    • Steinberg (52)
  • Helle (303)
    • Groß Langerwisch (224)
    • Helle (45)
    • Neudorf (34)
  • Kehrberg (260)
  • Klein Gottschow (173)
    • Guhlsdorf (50)
    • Klein Gottschow (89)
    • Simonshagen (34)
  • Kuhbier (213)
  • Kuhsdorf (192)
    • Bullendorf (58)
    • Kuhsdorf (134)
  • Lindenberg (271)
  • Retzin (275)
    • Klein Linde (46)
    • Kreuzburg (30)
    • Retzin (129)
    • Rohlsdorf (70)
  • Seddin (113)
  • Tacken (97)
  • Tangendorf-Hohenvier (120)
    • Hohenvier (35)
    • Tangendorf (85)
  • Tüchen (231)
    • Klenzenhof (42)
    • Reckenthin (99)
    • Tüchen (90)
  • Vettin (107)
  • Wolfshagen (383)
    • Dannhof (43)
    • Hellburg (46)
    • Horst (43)
    • Wolfshagen (251)

Demography[edit]

Groß Pankow (Prignitz):
Population development within the current boundaries (2013)
[5]
Year Population
1875 6 795
1890 6 478
1910 6 297
1925 6 714
1933 6 362
1939 6 255
1946 10 398
1950 10 034
1964 7 223
1971 7 099
Year Population
1981 5 840
1985 5 665
1989 5 484
1990 5 387
1991 5 257
1992 5 180
1993 5 092
1994 5 091
1995 5 114
1996 5 056
Year Population
1997 5 031
1998 5 002
1999 4 943
2000 4 868
2001 4 790
2002 4 758
2003 4 710
2004 4 671
2005 4 560
2006 4 471
Year Population
2007 4 345
2008 4 243
2009 4 193
2010 4 132
2011 4 063
2012 3 991
2013 3 999

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Bevölkerung im Land Brandenburg nach amtsfreien Gemeinden, Ämtern und Gemeinden 31. Dezember 2012 (XLS-Datei; 83 KB) (Einwohnerzahlen auf Grundlage des Zensus 2011)". Amt für Statistik Berlin-Brandenburg (in German). 31 December 2012. 
  2. ^ Amtsblatt für Brandenburg - Gemeinsames Ministerialblatt für das Land Brandenburg, 13. Jahrgang, Nummer 25, 19. Juni 2002, p.607 PDF.
  3. ^ Hauptsatzung der Gemeinde Groß Pankow (Prignitz) vom 2. April 2009 PDF
  4. ^ http://www.grosspankow.de/texte/seite.php?id=5998
  5. ^ Detailed data sources are to be found in the Wikimedia Commons.Population Projection Brandenburg at Wikimedia Commons