Tremmen

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Tremmen
Ortsteil of Ketzin
Tremmen Church
Tremmen Church
Tremmen  is located in Germany
Tremmen
Tremmen
Coordinates: 52°31′42″N 12°49′3″E / 52.52833°N 12.81750°E / 52.52833; 12.81750Coordinates: 52°31′42″N 12°49′3″E / 52.52833°N 12.81750°E / 52.52833; 12.81750
Country Germany
State Brandenburg
District Havelland
Municipality Ketzin
Elevation 32 m (105 ft)
Population (2007)
 • Total 1,000
Time zone CET/CEST (UTC+1/+2)
Postal codes 14669
Dialling codes 033233
Vehicle registration HVL
Website Official website

Tremmen is a village in Brandenburg, Germany, situated in the district of Havelland. It is one of the civil parishes (Ortsteile) of the town of Ketzin.

History[edit]

The village was founded in 1161 with the name of Tremene.[1] Still October 26, 2003 it was an autonomous municipality than merged in Ketzin.

Geography[edit]

Tremmen is situated in the geographical region of Nauener Platte, not too far from the western borders of Berlin and its metropolitan region and by the road linking Wustermark and Brandenburg an der Havel. It lies 6 km from Ketzin, 5 from Wustermark, 15 from Nauen, 20 from Potsdam and circa 30 from Rathenow.

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External links[edit]

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