|Residents :||849 (Dec. 31, 2019)|
|Incorporation :||1st July 1969|
|Postal code :||59469|
|Area code :||02938|
Location of Lüttringen in Ense
Farm in Lüttringen
Lüttringen is a part of the municipality of Ense in the Westphalian district of Soest . The village has about 850 inhabitants, making it by Bremen , Niederense and Höingen the fourth largest district of the 14 villages counted greater community .
Lüttringen is located on the northern edge of the Arnsberg Forest ( Haarstrang ), on the border with the Westphalian Bay , above the Ruhr valley . Around five kilometers south of the village is Neheim-Hüsten (around 35,000 inhabitants), the regional traffic junction belonging to the city of Arnsberg , around eight kilometers north of the Hellwegstadt Werl . The immediate neighbors are Hünningen , into which Lüttringen merges almost seamlessly in the northeast, and Höingen, about two kilometers to the east.
Immediately to the west of the village is the 445 autobahn , the Arnsberg-Neheim junction represents the connection to the national road network for the village. The nearest station is in Neheim-Hüsten on the Upper Ruhr Valley Railway Hagen - Bestwig - Warburg , Werl station is on the other hand on the Hellweg-Bahn Dortmund - Unna - Soest .
The main thoroughfare, Hermann-Löns- Strasse, winds its way through the village. On the western outskirts, in the street Am Gelke , there are facilities typical of larger villages: The shooting range of the St. Hubertus Hünningen-Lüttringen shooting club (with an attached shooting range), a gym, a kindergarten, the sports field of SV Lüttringen, a tennis facility with several Places as well as a club house and a settler home. The Catholic Fürstenberg School ( primary school , grades 1 to 4) is on the same street, was built in 1962 and in 2002 had 241 students in 10 classes.
On the southern outskirts of the village is the 279 meter high Fürstenberg , on the eastern slope of which there are prehistoric barrows . On Furstenberg was in the 8th century castle Oldenburg one Wallenburg , during the Saxon wars served as a refuge castle of the local population.
In the course of the municipal reorganization on July 1, 1969, Lüttringen was merged with 13 other independent places to form the new municipality of Ense.
- Municipality of Ense: Figures, data, facts , accessed on March 2, 2020
- Martin Bünermann: The communities of the first reorganization program in North Rhine-Westphalia . Deutscher Gemeindeverlag, Cologne 1970, p. 90 .