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|Height :||84 m above sea level NHN|
|Area :||205.73 km 2|
|Residents:||6209 (Dec. 31, 2019)|
|Population density :||30 inhabitants per km 2|
|Postal code :||14913|
|Primaries :||033741, 033742 (Oehna)|
|License plate :||TF|
|Community key :||12 0 72 297|
|Community structure:||22 districts|
|Address of the
|Mayoress :||Doreen Boßdorf (independent)|
|Location of the municipality of Niedergörsdorf in the Teltow-Fläming district|
Niedergörsdorf consists of the following districts:
There are also the train station, airfield, Neues Lager and Weidmannsruh residential areas .
Niedergörsdorf belonged to the Jüterbog-Luckenwalde district until 1952 , which had existed in Prussia , the Soviet occupation zone and the GDR since 1817 . From 1946 to 1952 it was called the Luckenwalde district. The administrative reform of 1952 created the Jüterbog district in the Potsdam district , to which Niedergörsdorf belonged until 1993 (from 1990 in the state of Brandenburg). Since then, the community has belonged to the Teltow-Fläming district .
Between 1916 and 2004 Niedergörsdorf was of military importance because of its air base .
In 1990 the community consisted of five districts (village, train station, Gölsdorf, Wölmsdorf, Kaltenborn). 1991 Niedergörsdorf and Dennewitz closed for administrative community together Niedergörsdorf / Dennewitz. With effect from June 15, 1992, Niedergörsdorf was one of the 10 municipalities that formed the Niedergörsdorf office . From 1993 the sixth district of Niedergörsdorf developed, which was named "Flugplatz". Spatial repatriates from Kazakhstan of German origin first settled here . With effect from December 31, 1997, 14 communities, including Niedergörsdorf, merged to form Niedergörsdorf. They gave up their independence. With the enactment of a new main statute in May 2003, the districts of train station and airfield were dissolved. Since then, the train station has belonged to the Niedergörsdorf district and the airfield to the Altes Lager district.
Territory of the respective year, number of inhabitants: as of December 31 (from 1991), from 2011 based on the 2011 census
The community council of Niedergörsdorf consists of 18 community representatives and the full-time mayor. The local election on May 26, 2019 resulted in the following distribution of seats with a turnout of 58.3%:
|Party / group of voters||Seats||Share of votes|
|Alternative for Germany||2||11.5%|
|Alliance 90 / The Greens||1||7.0%|
|Community of the community of Niedergörsdorf||4th||22.9%|
|Single applicant Göritz||1||5.6%|
|Single applicant Heinzel||1||3.4%|
- 1998–2018: Wilfried Rauhut (independent)
- since 2019: Doreen Boßdorf (community of the community Niedergörsdorf)
Boßdorf was elected in the mayoral election on October 21, 2018 with 52.4% of the valid votes for a term of eight years. She took office on January 1, 2019.
coat of arms
The coat of arms was approved on November 28, 1997 by the Brandenburg Ministry of the Interior.
Blazon : "In gold on a green mountain, a black windmill with silver wings."
Sights and culture
- The building history of the Lindow village church has not yet been fully clarified. It is possible that the building was built in the 12th century and has been rebuilt and expanded several times over the centuries. In the interior there is, among other things, an altar retable from the period between 1712 and 1736 and a fifth from around 1500. The roof structure was made from ash wood, among other things, and is one of the oldest preserved carpenters in the region.
- The field stone church in Mellnsdorf dates from the first half of the 13th century. The hall church with retracted choir and adjoining apse has had a half-timbered tower and a west gable with portal since the 19th century. The roof of the church tower was renewed in 1957, but serious defects occurred, which in 2002 led to the fact that the steeple had to be removed. Since then she has stood next to the church.
- There are other village churches in the earlier villages, including the village church in Kaltenborn with a pulpit altar from the 19th century and an organ by Johann Tobias Turley .
- The Rohrbeck village church is a late Gothic stone church from the first quarter of the 14th century. The baroque tower tower was probably added at the beginning of the 16th century. In the interior there is a pulpit altar from the beginning of the 18th century.
- The village church of Wölmsdorf is a stone church from around 1300. Inside there is an altarpiece from the 18th century.
An obelisk , designed by Karl Friedrich Schinkel, stands on a hill between Niedergörsdorf and Dennewitz . It was erected on September 6, 1817 as the first memorial for the Battle of Dennewitz . It stands where, during the battle, Lieutenant General August von Thümen's division pushed the enemy back after heavy fighting. An inscription says: “The fallen heroes gratefully honor the king and fatherland. You rest in peace. Dennewitz, September 6, 1813. “The obelisk is part of one of Friedrich Wilhelm III. Desired monument complex, which also includes a house below, designed by Schinkel, in which, according to the king's wishes, a war veteran always lived rent-free (until 1945, then empty until 1952, then the official apartment of the head forester). The subsequent oak avenue was designed by Peter Joseph Lenné .
In 2010 and 2011 the OFT festival, which has since been discontinued, took place in Niedergörsdorf. Since 2011 the "Spirit from the streets" festival has been held at the airfield. The “Freqs of Nature” also took place there until 2018.
Economy and Infrastructure
The following state roads cross the municipality of Niedergörsdorf:
- L 81 between the district of Seehausen and Jüterbog
- L 82 between the district Seehausen and Marzahna
- L 715 between the district Landgenlipsdorf and the state border Saxony-Anhalt ( district Wittenberg )
- L 811 between the Rohrbeck district and the Saxony-Anhalt state border (Wittenberg district)
- L 812 between the district of Gölsdorf and Kemnitz
- The Niedergörsdorf station is on the Berlin – Halle railway line , as is the Blönsdorf stop . The trains of the Regional Express line RE 3 Schwedt (Oder) –Berlin– Lutherstadt Wittenberg stop here .
- The Oehna train station and the Zellendorf stop are on the Jüterbog – Röderau railway line . They are served by the RE 3 Stralsund –Berlin– Falkenberg (Elster) line.
- The Altes Lager stop is on the Jüterbog – Nauen railway line , on which the regional line RB 33 Berlin-Wannsee - Jüterbog runs.
- Balthasar Menz the Elder (1500–1585), pastor in Eckmannsdorf
- Alfred Bogen (1885–1944), museum director, born in Eckmannsdorf
- Arthur Hannemann (* 1935), athlete, born in Bochow
- * Marie-Luise Buchinger, Marcus Cante: Monument topography of the Federal Republic of Germany . Monuments in Brandenburg. District of Teltow-Fläming 17.1 = town of Jüterbog with monastery Zinna and municipality Niedergörsdorf . Wernersche Verlagsgesellschaft , Worms, 2000. ISBN 978-3-88462-154-7
- Memorials of the Battle of Dennewitz
- Niedergörsdorf in the RBB program Landschleicher on September 14, 2014
- Population in the State of Brandenburg according to municipalities, offices and municipalities not subject to official registration on December 31, 2019 (XLSX file; 223 KB) (updated official population figures) ( help on this ).
- Main statutes of the Niedergörsdorf community of June 20, 2011 (PDF)
- Service the state administration Brandenburg. Niedergörsdorf community
- Formation of the Niedergörsdorf office . Announcement of the Minister of the Interior of May 13, 1992. In: Official Journal for Brandenburg - Common Ministerial Gazette for the State of Brandenburg , Volume 3, Number 38, June 15, 1992, p. 743.
- the communities Blönsdorf, Danna, Dennewitz, Langenlipsdorf, Malterhausen, Niedergörsdorf, Oehna, Rohrbeck, Schönefeld, Seehausen, Wergzahna (Niedergörsdorf district), Bochow, Zellendorf (Niederer Fläming district) and Altes Lager (Jüterbog district) to form a new community Niedergörsdorf . Announcement of the Ministry of the Interior of January 14, 1998. In: Official Journal for Brandenburg - Joint Ministerial Gazette for the State of Brandenburg , Volume 9, Number 1, January 14, 1998, p. 2.
- Historical municipality register of the state of Brandenburg 1875 to 2005. District Teltow-Fläming (PDF) pp. 22-25
- Population in the state of Brandenburg from 1991 to 2017 according to independent cities, districts and municipalities , Table 7
- Office for Statistics Berlin-Brandenburg (Ed.): Statistical report AI 7, A II 3, A III 3. Population development and population status in the state of Brandenburg (respective editions of the month of December)
- Result of the local election on May 26, 2019
- Local elections October 26, 2003. Mayoral elections , p. 33
- Brandenburg Local Election Act, Section 74
- Result of the mayoral election on October 21, 2018
- Coat of arms information from the main statute of the municipality (PDF)
- The last hours of "Freqs of Nature". In: Märkische Allgemeine , July 9, 2018