Mitteldithmarschen

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Mitteldithmarschen is an Amt ("collective municipality") in the district of Dithmarschen, in Schleswig-Holstein, Germany. Its seat is in Meldorf. It was formed on 25 May 2008 from the former Ämter Kirchspielslandgemeinde Albersdorf, Kirchspielslandgemeinde Meldorf-Land and the town Meldorf.

The Amt Mitteldithmarschen consists of the following municipalities (with population in 2005):

  1. Albersdorf (3.588)
  2. Arkebek (250)
  3. Bargenstedt (925)
  4. Barlt (844)
  5. Bunsoh (871)
  6. Busenwurth (331)
  7. Elpersbüttel (915)
  8. Epenwöhrden (808)
  9. Gudendorf (425)
  10. Immenstedt (97)
  11. Krumstedt (556)
  12. Meldorf (7.655)
  1. Nindorf (1.165)
  2. Nordermeldorf (649)
  3. Odderade (325)
  4. Offenbüttel (283)
  5. Osterrade (462)
  6. Sarzbüttel (735)
  7. Schafstedt (1.343)
  8. Schrum (77)
  9. Tensbüttel-Röst (692)
  10. Wennbüttel (77)
  11. Windbergen (841)
  12. Wolmersdorf (345)

Coordinates: 54°05′N 9°04′E / 54.083°N 9.067°E / 54.083; 9.067