Norden, Lower Saxony

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Norden
Ludgeri-Church
Ludgeri-Church
Coat of arms of Norden
Coat of arms
Norden  is located in Germany
Norden
Norden
Coordinates: 53°35′48″N 07°12′20″E / 53.59667°N 7.20556°E / 53.59667; 7.20556Coordinates: 53°35′48″N 07°12′20″E / 53.59667°N 7.20556°E / 53.59667; 7.20556
Country Germany
State Lower Saxony
District Aurich
Government
 • Mayor Heiko Schmelzle (CDU)
Area
 • Total 106.33 km2 (41.05 sq mi)
Elevation 7 m (23 ft)
Population (2015-12-31)[1]
 • Total 25,117
 • Density 240/km2 (610/sq mi)
Time zone CET/CEST (UTC+1/+2)
Postal codes 26506, 26492–26496, 26501, 26519–26520
Dialling codes 04931
Vehicle registration AUR, NOR
Website www.norden.de

Norden (East Frisian Low Saxon: Nörden) is a town in the district of Aurich, in Lower Saxony, Germany. It is situated on the North Sea shore, in East Frisia.

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Personality[edit]

Hermann Conring
  • Hermann Conring (1606–1681), German physician and politician
  • Johann Cramer (1905–1987), German politician (SPD), member of the German Bundestag
  • Wilhelm von Freeden (1822–1894), German mathematician, scientist and oceanographer and founder of the North German Naval Observatory
  • Recha Freier (1892–1984), writer, winner of the Israeli State Prize
  • Wilhelm Gnapheus (1493–1568), a humanist and Reformed Protestant scholar
  • Otto Ites (1918–1982), Rear Admiral of the Federal Navy, support the Knight's Cross of the Iron Cross and the Federal Order of Merit
  • Marco Kutscher (born 1975), show jumping
  • Herbert Müller (born 1953), painter
  • Johann Schröder (1925–2007), German mathematician
  • Heiko Schwartz (1911–1973), water polo player
  • Barbara Schlag (born 1951), teacher, mayor of Norden from 1998-2016

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