Bad Iburg

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Bad Iburg
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Coordinates: 52 ° 10 '  N , 8 ° 3'  E

Basic data
State : Lower Saxony
County : Osnabrück
Height : 104 m above sea level NHN
Area : 36.5 km 2
Residents: 10,636 (Dec. 31, 2019)
Population density : 291 inhabitants per km 2
Postal code : 49186
Area code : 05403
License plate : OS , BSB, MEL, WTL
Community key : 03 4 59 004
City structure: 4 districts

City administration address :
Am Gografenhof 4
49186 Bad Iburg
Website :
Mayoress : Annette Niermann ( Greens )
Location of the city of Bad Iburg in the Osnabrück district
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Iburg Castle with the Benno Tower; in front of it the Charlottensee
Limestone quarry on Langenberg in 1906

Bad Iburg is a city and a state-approved Kneipp spa in the southwest of the Osnabrück district in Lower Saxony .

The most important building is Iburg Castle, enthroned above the city, with a former Benedictine abbey , which was the residence of the Osnabrück bishops for over seven centuries .

Bad Iburg belonged to the Westphalian Hanseatic League and has been a member of the New Hanse since 1980 .

The Friedensroute leads through Bad Iburg , a cycle path that commemorates the peace treaty of 1648 to end the Thirty Years War , which was negotiated in Osnabrück and Münster . The Hermannsweg , a hiking trail, leads through the area of ​​the city on the Dörenberg and the Großer Freeden .

In the summer of 2018 (April 18 to October 14) the community hosted the Lower Saxony State Garden Show 2018 .


Geographical location

The Teutoburg Forest covers roughly the northern half of Bad Iburg. The city is one of the most densely forested communities in western Lower Saxony. The highest point is the Dörenberg (331.2 meters) on the northern border of the city. In the urban area lies the Freeden with the Great Freeden (269 meters) and the Little Freeden (200 meters), which is part of the European Natural Heritage. The Hohnsberg (241.9 meters), where the Düte rises, is located near the Freeden in the urban area . The mountain has been geologically explored since the 19th century and with the fossils found there such as the fern frond fossilization Zamites iburgensis Hosius uvd Marck and the mussel fossil Pinna iburgensis Weerth, the name of the site is borne in the world of geological science. The Limberg (194.3 meters), which is adjacent to the Hohnsberg and where the Zeppelin LZ 7 "Germany" crashed in 1910, is part of the urban area . To the north-west of the city center is the Urberg (213 meters), where a Catholic mothers' sanatorium was located from 1964 to 1998. Limestone was mined on several mountains in the Iburg city area in the 19th and 20th centuries, such as the Hagenberg (139.2 meters) and the Langenberg (206 meters).

The southern districts connect to the Münsterland . In the Palsterkamp state forest near Glane , the confluence of the Kolbach and Fredenbach creates the Glane , which here still bears the name Glaner Bach .

Neighboring communities

Bad Iburg borders in the north on Hagen am Teutoburger Wald and Georgsmarienhütte , in the east on Hilter am Teutoburger Wald , in the south on Bad Laer and Glandorf and in the west on Lienen in North Rhine-Westphalia ( Steinfurt district ).

City structure


Iburg Castle and Monastery before 1752, detail from a pen drawing by Renier Roidkin

The Franconian Reichsannalen mention an Iburg 753 when the Archbishop of Cologne Hildegar was killed by the Saxons there. In 772, Charlemagne conquered the lofty royal castle of Iburg against his adversary, Duke Widukind . For the second time, 783 Frankish soldiers captured the Iburg. Iburg gained importance beyond the region in the eleventh century. Bishop Benno I built a castle between 1052 and 1068. The most important builder was Bishop Benno II , the first bishop of the Osnabrück region . From 1068 to 1088 he had a monastery castle and a Benedictine monastery built on the ruins of the old Karlsburg . Benno had special historical weight through his mediation in the investiture dispute between the German King Heinrich IV. , His friend, and Pope Gregory VII. When going to Canossa in 1077.

Around 1100, after the great fire in Osnabrück , the Iburg became the permanent residence of the Osnabrück bishops.

In 1226 the construction of the St. Nikolaus church began. This also gave the people who had settled at the foot of the castle hill their own church. In 1254 Iburg was given city ​​rights by Prince-Bishop Bruno von Isenberg ; he fortified the place. In 1293 Iburg was mentioned as “oppidum”, a town-like settlement with a “porta” in the east. Lightning and a fire caused by it destroyed the castle and the monastery in 1349.

In 1359 Iburg received the Wigbold privilege . This brought the castle and town together with a council and a common constitution. The spot was under Prince-Bishop Konrad III from 1455 to 1482 . surrounded with walls; three gates gave access. Iburg received a water supply in 1518 when Prior Frerking had a water pipe laid from Dörenberg to the monastery. In 1534, at the instigation of Bishop Franz von Waldeck , the Anabaptists of Münster were held prisoner in the castle's keep, the so-called Bennoturm, and all but one later executed. See also: Baptist in the keep of the Iburger Schloss

In 1552, Scheventorf Castle was built as a moated castle to the south of the town .

In 1585, fire destroyed 53 apartments with outbuildings and stables in Flecken Iburg, i.e. around half of the residential buildings.

In 1625 Franz Wilhelm von Wartenberg , who came from a branch of the Wittelsbach family, became Bishop of Osnabrück. In 1633 Swedish troops occupied Iburg and donated the castle to Gustav Gustavson .

Sophie Charlotte, who later became the first queen in Prussia, was born in Iburg in 1668

In the Peace of Westphalia in Münster in 1648, the "Alternatio" (alternation) was worked out as a compromise because of the confessional mixing. Catholic and Protestant prince-bishops took turns. The first Protestant regional bishop was Elector Ernst August I of Braunschweig-Lüneburg .

In 1650, Prince-Bishop Franz Wilhelm von Wartenberg returned to the residence in Iburg.

In 1657 the Flecken Iburg was granted the privilege to hold a fair.

In 1662, Elector Ernst August I of Braunschweig-Lüneburg became the first Protestant Prince-Bishop of Osnabrück, in accordance with the peace treaty of 1648, which provided for a change between Catholic and Protestant bishops. In 1668 his daughter Sophie Charlotte was born on the Iburg. She later became the first queen in Prussia, mother of the soldier king and grandmother of Frederick the Great. The Charlottenburg Palace and the district of the same name in Berlin are named after her. The era of the Osnabrück bishops in Iburg ended in 1672 when Ernst August I moved into the new Osnabrück Castle . The Iburger Residenz was given up.

Between 1750 and 1755, a spacious new baroque monastery was built on the Burgberg by the Westphalian baroque master builder and electoral general Johann Conrad Schlaun . The monastery existed until 1803 when it was closed due to secularization . In 1885 the administration of the Iburg district took its seat in the castle.

With the establishment of the Beautification Association in 1887, the first basis for the later tourist development was laid in the patch. The association made it its task to create hiking trails and set up benches.

Schnautgangstein on the Dörenberg

On June 28, 1910, the airship LZ 7 “Deutschland” ran aground on Limberg . People were not harmed in this Zeppelin accident.

In 1929 the Mäscher farmers were incorporated into Iburg. In 1932 the Iburg district was dissolved; the seat of the district administrator was henceforth in Osnabrück.

In 1932 and 1933 the Charlottensee was created at the foot of the Schlossberg. The initiator was the Iburger Kurverein, which was founded in 1932 at the suggestion of the later honorary citizen Robert Hülsemann.

In 1934 the SA sports school was set up in Iburg Castle , which existed until 1939. From 1942 to 1945 the German home school Schloß Iburg was located in the castle . In 1948 the Lower Saxony home school Iburg was housed in the castle. It existed until 1971.

British troops occupied Iburg in the Easter week of 1945 without a fight. Mayor Hermann Rinklake had previously made the last soldiers of the Wehrmacht leave the area. Rinklage was appointed honorary mayor on September 3, 1946 by resolution of the municipal council.

In 1953, the summer resort from the time before the First World War and the climatic health resort of the 1920s became the Kneipp health resort Iburg.

In 1959, Iburg was granted city rights again because of its significant historical past in the Middle Ages.

In 1964 a catholic mothers' sanatorium was opened on Urberg , which existed until 1998.

In 1967 Iburg received state recognition as a Kneipp spa; Since then, the place has been allowed to use the suffix "Bad".

From 1973 to 2004, a training center for the Lower Saxony police school was housed in Iburg Castle .

In 1980 Bad Iburg and the Berlin district of Charlottenburg sealed their town twinning. It was notarized on November 10th. As a sign of solidarity, the racecourse around the Charlottensee was renamed Charlottenburger Ring .

The tradition of Schnatgang has recently been revived in Bad Iburg . A memorial stone was erected on the Karlsplatz of the Dörenberg in memory of the Schnautgang 2002.

Despite the promotion of (Bad) Iburg as a health resort for decades, the city's health sector is in a permanent crisis: the city no longer has a general hospital since the Catholic St. Franziskus Hospital was converted into a nursing home. The Kassen sanatorium, formerly a health clinic, is now a dormitory for mentally disabled people.


In 1970 the districts of Glane-Visbeck, Sentrup and Ostenfelde were combined to form the municipality of Glane. On July 1, 1972, the town of Bad Iburg was united with the entire community of Glane and the unified community of Bad Iburg was founded.

Population development

Population development in Bad Iburg since 1987

The following overview shows the population of Bad Iburg in each area and on December 31st.

The figures are updates by the State Office for Statistics and Communication Technology Lower Saxony based on the census of May 25, 1987 .

The data from 1961 (June 6th) and 1970 (May 27th) are the census results including Glane.

year 1961 1970 1987 1990 1995 2000 2005 2010 2011 2015 2017 2018
Residents 6,069 6,964 9,815 10,416 11,371 11,708 11,535 11,560 11.601 10,548 10,599 10,661

Place name

Earlier place names of Iburg were in the years 753 Iuburg, 754 Iburg, 1070 Yburg, 1175 Yburch, 1350 Yburgh. The place name is probably a formation with the basic word "- castle ". The first part of the name goes back to the Middle Low German word “iwe” for “ yew ”. The place where the castle was built was probably originally called "Iw-berg" for "Eibenberg".


City council election 2016
Turnout: 58.75%
n. k.
Gains and losses
compared to 2011
 % p
+ 25.17  % p.p.
+1.4  % p
-33.05  % p
+ 3.23  % p
+ 9.73  % p.p.
+ 5.13  % p.p.
-0.3  % p
+0.52  % p
-1.33  % p.p.

City council

The city ​​council currently has 27 members from four parties or groups and one individual applicant (Moormann). The mayor is also the chairwoman of the council with voting rights.

The following table shows the local election results since 1996.

Bad Iburg City Council: election results and city councils
1996-2001 2001-2006 2006-2011 2011-2016 2016-2021
Party / list % Mandates % Mandates % Mandates % Mandates % Mandates
FDP 2.2 0 4.7 1 6.8 2 5.7 2 30.9 8th
SPD 27.2 8th 25.6 7th 19.4 5 19.8 5 21.2 6th
CDU 60.0 18th0 61.3 19th0 49.5 14th0 50.4 15th0 17.3 4th
GREEN 05.4 2 08.4 2 09.0 3 19.6 5 12.3 3
LEFT - - - - - - 01.3 0 - -
Voter communities 05.3 1 - - 15.3 4th - - 14.9 4th
Individual applicants - - - - - - 03.2 1 03.4 1
total 100 29 100 29 100 28 100 28 100 26th
voter turnout 7 0.8% 62.8% 55.9% 55.5% 58.6%
Percentages rounded.
Sources: State Office for Statistics and Communication Technology Lower Saxony,
District Osnabrück.
In the case of different information in the sources mentioned, the data from the State Office for Statistics and Communication Technology were used, as they are generally more plausible.

Political development

On July 15, 2005, the majority of the council resigned. The deputies also waived their mandate. Only the two council members of Alliance 90 / The Greens retained their mandate. A new election was originally planned for November 2005. On August 30, 2005, the Osnabrück Administrative Court declared the resignation declarations of the 27 council members invalid, as they had the purpose of dissolving the city council and bringing about a new election. The court decided that the dissolution of the council initiated by the council members through mass resignations was illegal and therefore legally ineffective. The appeal to the Lüneburg Higher Administrative Court was approved.

After examining the legal grounds for the judgment, the Council did not appeal. Only council member Andreas Heuer from the Community for Bad Iburg (GfB) lodged an objection. Bad Iburg was administered without advice. Council members were of the opinion that the then city director Karl Schade wanted to heave himself into the office of full-time mayor before the end of his tenure as city director. The local authority lifted the resignations. With that, all council members were back in office, except for Andreas Heuer, who had lodged an objection. This had no influence on the existence of the council as a whole. This enabled the Council to meet again from November 27, 2005 after the medium deadline for redress had expired. Ordinary elections were held at the end of the term of office. In the early mayor election in March 2006, Drago Jurak (independent) was elected the first full-time mayor of Bad Iburg.

In the local elections in 2016 , the Bad Iburger FDP won the most votes. The CDU lost 33 percentage points compared to the last election. The main reason for the spectacular shift in the balance of power in the Bad Iburger city council is that the CDU rejected the organization of the state horticultural show, while the FDP campaigned for it from the start. In a referendum on December 6, 2015, 3,012 citizens of Bad Iburg voted for the state garden show, in 1923 against.


On February 23, 2014, the citizens elected Annette Niermann Bündnis 90 / Die Grünen as mayor of Bad Iburg with an absolute majority of 53.3 percent . Niermann ran as a candidate against Thomas Riepenhoff (CDU) and Hans-Josef Geesen (SPD) and is the first female mayor in Lower Saxony with a green party membership card.

coat of arms

DEU Bad Iburg COA.svg

The coat of arms of the city of Bad Iburg shows half a red eagle on a red wheel with five spokes. The coat of arms was given to what was then Iburg in the 15th century. The five-spoke wheel is based on the six-spoke wheel in the coat of arms of the city of Osnabrück. The eagle comes from the coat of arms of Bishop Konrad IV. Von Rietberg . The current form of the coat of arms is based on a seal from 1531.

Town twinning

Culture and sights



Secular buildings

  • The Jagdschlösschen , also known as the "Altes Forsthaus Freudenthal", was built in 1595 by Prince Bishop Philipp Sigismund von Braunschweig-Wolfenbüttel .
  • The castle mill was also built by Prince-Bishop Philipp Sigismund. It used to be a wood sawmill. The building now serves as a gastronomic facility.
  • Scheventorf Castle is a Renaissance building that Johann von Hake built in 1552. The former moated castle is privately owned. According to legend, the beautiful Anna Hake was walled in alive during the Thirty Years War. Bernhard Köster set a literary monument to her in 1924 with the historical novel The beautiful Anna von Hake auf Scheventorf . From the towing castle , which was about a kilometer south, two outbuildings have been preserved. It was also a moated castle and a manor.
  • The Gografenhof, built in the classicism style at the end of the 18th century, has been the town hall since 1967.
  • The Kurhaus was opened on May 19, 1967.


Entrance to the Protestant castle church

Bad Iburg has the oldest hall church in the Osnabrück region, the St. Nikolaus church . The St. Clement Church was built as a monastery church of the Benedictine abbey and can be traced back to Bishop Benno II. The Evangelical Lutheran Castle Church was initially the court church of the Evangelical Lutheran prince-bishops before it became the church of the community. The youngest Catholic parish church is St. Jakobus the Elder in Glane, which was completed in 1905. The neo-Gothic church had several previous buildings, including an ecclesiola first mentioned in a document by Benno II in 1088 .

Works of art

In addition to the sculpture of Bishop Benno II by the Osnabrück artist Hans Gerd Ruwe, Bad Iburg has other of his works near the Gografenhof and the clock museum, including the Drummlerbrunnen in Glane. It commemorates the granting of market rights to Glane in 1764. The Glaner market still exists today. He is drummed on by drummers from the former peasantry. The craftsmen's fountain on Grosse Strasse below the Fleckenskirche, also a work by Ruwe, represents the skilled trades practiced in Bad Iburg. It was opened to the public on April 4, 1992.

The grave of the Osnabrück sculptor and woodcarver Georg Hörnschemeyer (1907–1983) is located in the old cemetery . He created the tomb for the family grave.


The club TuS Glane was in 1987 with a women's team in the table tennis Bundesliga represented and won the 1993 ETTU Cup.

VfL Bad Iburg has the departments of badminton, handball, cardiac sports , judo, ju-jutsu , sports badges, taekwondo , tai chi , table tennis, gymnastics, leisure, popular and health sports, volleyball and hiking.

The Iburg shooting club from 1869 continues the shooting tradition of the 17th century in the former patch. The Glane rifle club from 1578 refers in its tradition to the first recorded bird shooting in the 16th century.

The outdoor pool between the Offenen Holz and the spa district was opened in 1952. In the first decades, the water from the Dörenberg was led into the outdoor pool and heated by the sun over a walled area covered with bricks and then led into the pool. The outdoor pool was renovated and reopened in 1999. Since then it has had a separate diving pool and a water slide in addition to the swimming pool.

Regular events

  • Bennofest
  • Iburger Advent (Christmas market in and around Iburg Castle)
  • Glaner market
  • Bad Iburg shooting festival
  • Schützenfest Glane

Courage price:

The Courage Prize has been awarded once a year in Bad Iburg's knight's hall since 1996 . The prize is given to people and institutions that have made a contribution to the common good . The first prize winner was Harry Jahns, the artistic director of the Bad Iburg Palace Concerts, the most prominent prize winner in 2009 was Queen Silvia of Sweden as the founder of the World Childhood Foundation . During her stay in Bad Iburg, the Swedish Queen signed the city's Golden Book in the town hall.



The federal highway 51 crosses the urban area in a north-south direction.

There are regular bus connections from the Verkehrsgemeinschaft Osnabrück every half hour to Osnabrück and every hour to Glandorf and Bad Rothenfelde .

Between 2011 and 2015 the route of the Teutoburg Forest Railway was inaccessible (but is now open again)
Former station building of the Teutoburg Forest Railway

From 1901 to 1968, the Bad Iburg station was a passenger stop for the Teutoburger Wald-Eisenbahn- AG (TWE) Ibbenbüren-Lengerich-Gütersloh-Hövelhof . The TWE line is now owned by Lappwaldbahn Service GmbH (LWS), which wants to operate freight traffic there in regular operation. In addition, the station was still used by the Teuto Express in museum railroad traffic. The station building is now privately owned.

Since September 2011, the tracks on the embankment near Glane and Visbeck are no longer accessible in the direction of Bad Laer and Gütersloh due to embankment and bridge damage. In January 2013, the bridge over the “Zwischen den Wellen” road in Ostenfelde and thus the route to Lienen and Lengerich was also closed to rail traffic. Since then, neither the Teuto Express nor other trains have been able to reach Bad Iburg station.

In January 2012, the “Action Alliance pro TWE” was founded in the neighboring municipality of Bad Laer , which has set itself the goal of long-term maintenance and regular use of the Teutoburg Forest Railway in the areas of leisure and tourism traffic.

Public facilities

Bad Iburg is the seat of the district court responsible for the southern district of Osnabrück . The district court is housed in Iburg Castle.

Since May 2005 Bad Iburg was the official seat of the Lower Saxony School Inspection . The school inspection had the task of safeguarding and further developing the quality of the schools. Until it was closed on January 1, 2011, the school inspectorate was based in Iburg Castle .

There is a police station in the castle which is not manned all the time.

There are volunteer fire brigades in the Bad Iburg and Glane districts, each with 4 vehicles. In Bad Iburg there has also been a youth fire brigade since 2000, and a marching band in Glane.

Spa and recreational activities

With the Dörenberg Clinic, Bad Iburg has had a rehabilitation clinic for the outpatient and inpatient treatment of orthopedic diseases since 1976; further focuses are the rehabilitation of geriatric patients and short-term care. There is also the Sonnenhof Rehabilitation Clinic, a private facility for patients with orthopedic or cardiovascular problems.

Every ten years the Lower Saxony Ministry of Economics checks whether Kneipp health resorts such as Bad Iburg still meet the requirements for the renewal of the “state-approved Kneipp health resort” certificate. The next exam in the Bad Iburg case is due in 2020. The certificate is awarded to cities and municipalities in Lower Saxony that can guarantee that there are "facilities set up to carry out Kneipp therapy with at least 100 patient beds in sanatoriums, specialist clinics, spa hotels or in sanatoriums and guest houses" as well as "spa medical [...] supply structures " gives.

The Spa's Guide lists “public spa facilities”: “Städt. Therapy center, sanatoriums and spa boarding houses, municipal and in-house indoor and exercise pools, solariums, temperature-controlled outdoor pool, water treading areas, spa gardens, forest spa park, extensive network of walking and hiking trails. Spa facilities with spa and conference hotel, reading room, bowling alleys and multi-purpose event rooms. "

Due to its character as a Kneipp health resort, Bad Iburg is also attractive for visitors looking for relaxation but not in need of treatment. These benefit above all from the renewal of the water-related infrastructure (not only carried out in connection with the State Garden Show 2018). For example, in 2013 the water treading point for people at the hiking car park on the edge of Freeden was modernized and in 2016 a water treading point for dogs was created on the Freedenbach. In the context of the State Garden Show 2018, the “modern Kneipp adventure park […]” with a water fountain with 50 fountains was advertised. The city of Bad Iburg points to five water treading basins in the area of ​​the city.


Bad Iburg has three primary schools, a secondary school, a secondary school and a grammar school.

A specialty of the school system in Bad Iburg was the denominational separation at municipal schools until the second half of the 20th century. It was due to the imbalance between the Roman Catholic majority and the Protestant minority. The population of Protestants, who until the end of the Second World War mainly performed tasks in the administration of the former Iburg district or worked in the district court, grew after the end of the war due to refugees and displaced persons and especially since the 1970s when Bad Iburg became a preferred place of residence in southern district of Osnabrück was. The denominational separation of schools was not completely given up until 1994. From around 1900 until it was closed in 1941, the private rectorate school in Iburger prepared boys and later also girls for attending a secondary school where they could take their Abitur. The school building was demolished and a memorial stone with an inscription was put up at the previous location near the St. Nicholas Church in St. Nicholas. From 1942 to 1945 the Deutsche Heimschule Schloß Iburg , founded by the National Socialists, accepted Iburg students as external students.

Primary schools are the primary school on Hagenberg in the center of Bad Iburg and the primary schools in Glane and Ostenfelde. All three schools are so-called Reliable Elementary Schools . The primary school at Hagenberg was built in 1959 as a primary school, which ended with the eighth grade. Until then, the Iburg students had been taught in various buildings in the center of the town since the end of World War II. At the decision of the council, a two-wing school complex was built around a shared schoolyard. The Protestant elementary school was housed in a one-story wing with three classes, the Catholic elementary school in a two-story wing with seven classes. The wings were connected by a one-story building in which sanitary rooms were housed. Classes began in September 1959. Mixed denominational lessons were offered in Bad Iburg for the first time with the introduction of the initially voluntary ninth school year at elementary schools in Lower Saxony, initially only for students in the ninth year. In 1964 the elementary school was divided into a primary school and a secondary school. Until 1993/1994, classes were taught separately according to denomination at the primary school on Hagenberg.

The denominationally separate secondary schools were merged in 1969 and merged with the secondary school classes in Glane, Sentrup and Ostenfelde. Since 1972, the Bad Iburg secondary school has been located in the school center on Bielefelder Straße.

Bad Iburg has a secondary school and, since 1972, a grammar school run by the district of Osnabrück. Up until 1971, Iburger pupils had the opportunity to attend the Lower Saxony home school Iburg in the castle as external high school students. The state of Lower Saxony operated the high school in short form between 1948 and 1971 as a boarding school. The Bad Iburg grammar school, a European school , was opened in 1972 and its history refers to the Lower Saxony home school Iburg.


Wilhelm Westmeyer

Honorary Mayor

  • 1946 Hermann Rinklake, cattle dealer, mayor of Iburg from 1934 to 1945

Honorary citizen

  • 1950 Robert Hülsemann (1868–1950), businessman and writer, born in Soest Westf.
  • 1987 Elisabeth Bremer, doctor
  • 2008 Erwin Uhrmacher, former head of the Osnabrück State Building Authority

Franz von Papen was made an honorary citizen on May 25, 1933; his honorary citizenship was revoked on March 4, 1948.

sons and daughters of the town

Personalities associated with the city

Web links

Commons : Bad Iburg  - Collection of pictures, videos and audio files
Wikivoyage: Bad Iburg  - travel guide

Individual evidence

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  3. Retirement and nursing homes in Bad Iburg ( Memento from May 2, 2014 in the Internet Archive )
  4. ^ Sanatorium Kassen
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  24. ^ History of the Glane shooting club
  25. Handshake from the Queen In: Neue Osnabrücker Zeitung of October 17, 2009
  26. 111 years ago the first train stopped in Iburg Neue Osnabrücker Zeitung April 6, 2012
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