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Coat of arms of Wedemark
Coat of arms
Wedemark  is located in Germany
Location of Wedemark within Hanover district
Hanover (district) Lower Saxony Wedemark Burgwedel Neustadt am Rübenberge Burgdorf Uetze Lehrte Isernhagen Langenhagen Garbsen Wunstorf Seelze Barsinghausen Sehnde Hanover Gehrden Laatzen Wennigsen Ronnenberg Hemmingen Pattensen Springe Hamelin-Pyrmont Schaumburg Nienburg (district) Heidekreis Celle (district) Peine (district) Gifhorn (district) Hildesheim (district)Wedemark in H.svg
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Coordinates: 52°32′N 9°43′E / 52.533°N 9.717°E / 52.533; 9.717Coordinates: 52°32′N 9°43′E / 52.533°N 9.717°E / 52.533; 9.717
Country Germany
State Lower Saxony
District Hanover
 • Mayor Helge Zychlinski (SPD)
 • Total 173 km2 (67 sq mi)
Elevation 48 m (157 ft)
Population (2015-12-31)[1]
 • Total 29,358
 • Density 170/km2 (440/sq mi)
Time zone CET/CEST (UTC+1/+2)
Postal codes 30900
Dialling codes 05130, 05072, 05131
Vehicle registration H

Wedemark is a municipality in the district of Hanover, in Lower Saxony, Germany. Wedemark is a historical landscape description for the area and is situated approximately 20 km north of Hanover. It ranks third on average per capita income in Lower Saxony.


Wedemark's neighbors are the municipalities Burgwedel, Isernhagen, Langenhagen, Garbsen, Neustadt am Rübenberge, Lindwedel and Wietze (clockwise, beginning in the East).

Division of the town[edit]

Wedemark consists of 16 formerly independent villages, with a total of nearly 30,000 inhabitants all together.



Motorway A7 (Hamburg - Hanover) marks the East border of Wedemark (motorway exits in Berkhof and Mellendorf), whereas to the South the A352 (motorway exit Langenhagen-Kaltenweide) runs towards the north-western edge of Hanover.


There are three train stations in Wedemark, namely in Bennemühlen, Mellendorf and Bissendorf, with half-hourly services to Hanover during weekdays. In Mellendorf and Bennemühlen there are also connecting trains on local line to Hamburg, with the line running through the Lüneburg Heath, and the towns of Schwarmstedt, Hodenhagen, Walsrode, Bad Fallingbostel, Soltau and Schneverdingen along the line, taking a total of nearly three hours for 150 km.


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