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Coat of arms of the municipality of Lammershagen
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Coordinates: 54 ° 16 '  N , 10 ° 27'  E

Basic data
State : Schleswig-Holstein
Circle : Plön
Office : Selent / Schlesen
Height : 49 m above sea level NHN
Area : 25.97 km 2
Residents: 247 (Dec. 31, 2019)
Population density : 10 inhabitants per km 2
Postal code : 24238
Area code : 04384
License plate : PLÖ
Community key : 01 0 57 044
Office administration address: Kieler Strasse 18
24238 Selent
Website :
Mayor : Bernd Oelke ( SPD )
Location of the municipality of Lammershagen in the district of Plön
Ascheberg (Holstein) Barmissen Barsbek Behrensdorf (Ostsee) Belau Bendfeld Blekendorf Boksee Bönebüttel Bösdorf Bothkamp Brodersdorf Dannau Dersau Dobersdorf Dörnick Fahren Fargau-Pratjau Fiefbergen Giekau Grebin Großbarkau Großharrie Heikendorf Helmstorf Högsdorf Hohenfelde Höhndorf Hohwacht (Ostsee) Honigsee Kalübbe Kirchbarkau Kirchnüchel Klamp Klein Barkau Kletkamp Köhn Krokau Krummbek Kühren Laboe Lammershagen Lebrade Lehmkuhlen Löptin Lütjenburg Lutterbek Martensrade Mönkeberg Mucheln Nehmten Nettelsee Panker Passade Plön Pohnsdorf Postfeld Prasdorf Preetz Probsteierhagen Rantzau Rastorf Rathjensdorf Rendswühren Ruhwinkel Schellhorn Schillsdorf Schlesen Schönberg (Holstein) Schönkirchen Schwartbuck Schwentinental Selent Stakendorf Stein Stolpe Stoltenberg Tasdorf Tröndel Wahlstorf Wankendorf Warnau Wendtorf Wisch Wittmoldtmap
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Lammershagen is a municipality in the Plön district in Schleswig-Holstein . Bauersdorf, Bellin and Bullenkoppel as well as the Friedeburg and Lammershagen estates are located in the municipality.

Geography and traffic

Lammershagen is located on the southern shore of Lake Selenter , the second largest lake in Schleswig-Holstein after the Great Lake Plön , and on the federal road 202 from Kiel to Lütjenburg .


Lammershagen manor house

The Lammershagen estate , which gave the place its name, was owned by the Split family in the Middle Ages . The well-preserved gatehouse dates from 1743 and was probably built by the builder Rudolph Matthias Dallin . In the middle of the 18th century a mansion and a monumental stable building were added when Heinrich Christoph Graf von Baudissin was the owner.

During the Second World War, Bellin was home to a sea ​​air base , which was accessible to traffic by the then existing Kirchbarkau – Preetz – Lütjenburg railway. After the Second World War, the air base , which largely consisted of RAD barracks, was used as a refugee camp, which housed around 400 refugees, mainly from Pomerania, Brandenburg, Silesia, and West and East Prussia.

Due to the fact that the sparsely populated municipality of Lammershagen received a strong population increase due to the large number of refugees after the Second World War, the extremely rare event that the refugee Karl Deppert ( BHE ) was elected mayor of the municipality of Lammershagen in 1950.


Community representation

Of the nine seats in the municipal council who since the municipal election 2018 SPD five seats and the voter community FWL 4 seats.

coat of arms

Blazon : “Divided by blue and silver by five battlements. Above a silver fish (whitefish), below a red wicker fence. "


The community is predominantly agricultural. The fishing of the Selenter See is largely carried out by the fishery in Bellin. Because of its great depth, the rare and much sought-after large and small vendace occurs in Lake Selent, fishing for whitefish has always been of great importance to the Belliner fishery. The vendace is sold all the way to Berlin, especially in smoked form.

Web links

Commons : Lammershagen  - Collection of images, videos and audio files

Individual evidence

  1. North Statistics Office - Population of the municipalities in Schleswig-Holstein 4th quarter 2019 (XLSX file) (update based on the 2011 census) ( help on this ).
  2. Schleswig-Holstein topography. Vol. 6: Kronprinzenkoog - Mühlenrade . 1st edition Flying-Kiwi-Verl. Junge, Flensburg 2006, ISBN 978-3-926055-85-9 , pp. 78 ( [accessed June 26, 2020]).
  3. Schleswig-Holstein's municipal coat of arms