Bundesstrasse 436

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Bundesstrasse 436 in Germany
Bundesstrasse 436
Course of the B 436
Basic data
Operator: GermanyGermany Federal Republic of Germany
Start of the street: Weener
( 53 ° 11 ′  N , 7 ° 18 ′  E )
End of street: Sands
( 53 ° 29 ′  N , 8 ° 0 ′  E )
Overall length: 70 km

State :

Lower Saxony

Course of the road
Junction (13)  Weener A31
Locality Weener
flow Buschfelder Sieltief
Locality Coldam
bridge (464 m)  Jann Berghaus Bridge
Locality beginning Beginning of place  Leer
Junction Leer-West
Junction Empty middle B70
Template: AB / Maintenance / Empty together with B70direction Leer-Loga
bridge (50 m)  Leer-Emden railway line
bridge Oldenburg – Leer railway line
Template: AB / Maintenance / Empty together with B70direction Leer-Mitte
crossing Empty loga B70
bridge Oldenburg – Leer railway line
Village end End of town  Leer
Junction Empty Logabirum
Junction (2)  Leer-Ost A28
Locality Brinkum
Locality Holtland
Locality Hesel B72
Template: AB / Maintenance / Empty together with the B72direction of the bag belt
Locality Mühlenkamp
Template: AB / Maintenance / Empty together with B72direction Hesel
Locality Bagband B72
Locality Strackholt
Locality Wiesmoor
flow North Georgsfehn Canal
Locality Friedeburg
flow Friedeburg Deep
Junction Marxer Hauptstrasse B437
flow Ship's balance
Bypass Horsten bypass 
flow Friedeburg Deep
Junction (6)  Sands A29

The federal road 436 (abbreviation: B 436 ) leads from Weener near the Dutch border across East Friesland and the district of Friesland to Sande , where it meets the federal highway 29 (A 29) at the Sande junction . The entire route is around 70 kilometers.



1834-1840 the road between Leer and Aurich was built at state expense. 1840–1854 the road between Leer and Neuschanz is built .

Previous routes and names

The section from Weener to Hesel used to be the B 75 . With the completion of the largely parallel federal motorway 28 (A 28), however, this was largely downgraded to a rural road on the Ostfriesland-Oldenburg-Delmenhorst section.

Ems crossing of the B 436


District of Leer

The B 436 begins in the district of Leer at the junction Weener (departure from the federal motorway 31 (A 31), the so-called " Ostfriesenspieß "). It runs over Möhlenwarf , bypasses the city of Weener in the north, where it runs along the western bank of the Ems for about seven kilometers . It crosses the river at the Jann-Berghaus-Brücke and then turns north. As a four-lane city ​​ring, it bypasses the city of Leer via Heisfelde to the west and north, in order to - briefly on a divided route - take the B 70 back west at the Spier intersection . It continues via Loga and Holtland to Hesel .

Aurich district

On an approximately five-kilometer section, it will initially continue as the B 72 until it finally branches off from this in Bagband . Via Großefehn it leads to Wiesmoor and there it leaves the Aurich district .

Districts of Wittmund and Friesland

The B 436 leads past the villages of Russia and America to Friedeburg and bypasses the village of Horsten . Via Altgödens and Neustadtgödens it finally meets the A 29 a little south of Sande , where it ends or leads as Kreisstraße 99 to Sande train station .


Details can be found in the articles for the respective locations. The two villages Russia and America , which are next to each other near the main road - only about two kilometers apart - are a tourist attraction . The place-name signs are still popular photo opportunities today .

Web links

Commons : Bundesstrasse 436  - Collection of pictures, videos and audio files

Individual evidence

  1. http://www.stadt-leer.de/ - Chronicle data on the history of the city of Leer