|Height :||83 (77-90) m|
|Area :||3.05 km²|
|Residents :||320 (March 1, 2018)|
|Population density :||105 inhabitants / km²|
|Incorporation :||March 1, 1974|
|Postal code :||38321|
|Area code :||05337|
Location of Neindorf in Lower Saxony
View of Neindorf, 2007
The village lies between Oderwald and Asse on the western slope of the protected landscape and high Ösels at an altitude between and at an average altitude of . The Oker flows west of Neindorf , the Altenau forms the northern edge of the district.
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Early history and naming
Neindorf was first mentioned in a document in 822 as Nienthorp . The “ no” is related to Old Saxon niuwi , Middle Low German nie , nige , nigge “new”; whereas in contrast to other regions of Northern Germany (see Nienburg (Weser) etc.) the New High German diphthongization has come about. This means that the name can be translated as “Neudorf”, while the older pillow bridge is seen as a reference point / “old village” .
The following forms of name can be observed, among others:
- 822/826: Nienthorpe
- 1281: Nendorpe
- 1383: Neyndorpe eighth to Oysele
- 1441: Nigendorffe under the oceles
- 1445: Neendorpe in front of the Osele
- 1497: Nendorp under the Osele
- 1544: Neindorff
- 1802: Neindorf
On March 1, 1974 Neindorf was incorporated into the municipality of Denkte.
|Thought-Neindorf - population development since 2008|
||2008||336||on November 1st|
|2016||321||as of December 1st|
|2018||320||on March 1st|
Economy and Transport
Neindorf is an agricultural village located on the outskirts of the district town of Wolfenbüttel, about five kilometers away as the crow flies . The K 620 , known as Lindener Straße , connects Neindorf directly with Wolfenbüttel ( Linden district ) and is partly called Neindorfer Straße . The K 31 (also Lindener road ) connects the south Sottmar from East Neindorf and continues to Ohrum and Kissenbrück in the southwest. The town also has a bus stop in the center that connects the town to public transport to Börßum , Seinstedt and Wolfenbüttel.