Spremberg district

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Basic data (as of 1993)
Existing period: 1952-1993
District : cottbus
Administrative headquarters : Spremberg
Area : 349 km²
Residents: 42,779 (1989)
Population density: 123 inhabitants per km²
License plate : Z (1953–1990)
ZR (1974–1990)
SPB (1991–1993)
Location of the district in the GDR
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The Spremberg district ( Wokrejs Grodk in Lower Sorbian ) was a district in the Cottbus district in the GDR . From 1990 to 1993 it existed as the Spremberg district in the state of Brandenburg . His area is now in the Spree-Neisse district in Brandenburg. The seat of the district administration was in Spremberg .


Neighboring areas

The district of Spremberg bordered in a clockwise direction in the north, beginning with the districts of Cottbus-Land , Forst , Weißwasser , Hoyerswerda , Senftenberg and Calau .


When the law on the amendment to improve the district and community boundaries came into force on April 28, 1950, the district boundaries of the old district of Spremberg were slightly changed. The Spremberg district received three communities from the Cottbus district and one community from the Senftenberg district, in return it ceded one community to the Senftenberg district.

The rural community Welzow with 7000 inhabitants was the second largest settlement in the district and received city rights in 1969.

On May 17, 1990, the district was renamed Spremberg County. On December 6, 1993, the Spremberg district was dissolved. The successor was the district of Spree-Neisse , which was newly created from the districts of Forst (Lausitz) , Guben , Spremberg and Cottbus as part of the regional reform of the state of Brandenburg .

Towns and municipalities belonging to the district

All places are listed that were independent municipalities on July 25, 1952 when the Spremberg district was established. Parishes that lost their independence by December 5, 1993 and were incorporated into larger neighboring parishes or that have merged to form new parishes have moved in.

License Plate

Motor vehicles (with the exception of motorcycles) and trailers were assigned three-letter distinctive signs from around 1974 to the end of 1990, beginning with the pair of letters ZR . The last number plate series used for motorcycles was ZU 00-01 to ZU 20-00 .

In early 1991, the district received the distinctive sign SPB . It was issued until the end of 1993. It has been available in the Spree-Neisse district since March 19, 2013 .

Individual evidence

  1. Law on the self-administration of municipalities and districts in the GDR (municipal constitution) of May 17, 1990
  2. Federal Statistical Office (Ed.): Municipalities 1994 and their changes since 01.01.1948 in the new federal states . Metzler-Poeschel, Stuttgart 1995, ISBN 3-8246-0321-7 .
  3. Contribution to the statistics: Historical community register of the state of Brandenburg 1875 to 2005 - 19.13 district Spree-Neisse. (PDF; 351 KB) State Office for Data Processing and Statistics, accessed on March 21, 2017 .
  4. Andreas Herzfeld: The history of the German license plate . 4th edition. German Flag Society V., Berlin 2010, ISBN 978-3-935131-11-7 , pp. 303 .
  5. Andreas Herzfeld: The history of the German license plate . 4th edition. German Flag Society V., Berlin 2010, ISBN 978-3-935131-11-7 , pp. 494 .