Schönebeck (Gumtow)

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municipality Gumtow
Coordinates: 53 ° 3 ′ 28 ″  N , 12 ° 14 ′ 15 ″  E
Height : 75 m above sea level NHN
Residents : 151  (2006)
Incorporation : June 30, 2002
Postal code : 16866
Area code : 03395
South side of the village church
South side of the village church

Schönebeck is a district of the municipality of Gumtow in the Prignitz district in Brandenburg .


The place is nine kilometers north of Gumtow and 25 kilometers east of Perleberg . The inhabited area of Breitenfeld belongs to the northernmost district of the community of Gumtow and is located three kilometers northeast of the village.

Neighboring towns are Boddin in the north, Langnow and Breitenfeld in the north-east, Waldhof , Kolrep and Kolrep expansion in the south-east, Dannenwalde in the south, Friedheim and Kehrberg in the south-west, and Klein Woltersdorf and Seefeld in the north-west.


Around 1800 the place belonged to the Pritzwalkischen district in the province of Prignitz ; part of the Kurmark of the Mark Brandenburg . In a description of the Mark Brandenburg from the year 1804, the 44 Hufe large village and estate with a total of 103 inhabitants and 19 fireplaces was given. In addition to eight full farmers, two residents were active here. At that time, the Stift zum Heiligengrabe monastery was the owner of the place that was postal address to Kyritz .

Schönebeck was a municipality in the Ostprignitz district until July 24, 1952 and then came to the Pritzwalk district . On March 1, 1970, the neighboring Breitenfeld was incorporated into Schönebeck and became a district. On August 10, 1992, Schönebeck became an official parish of the newly formed Gumtow Office and on December 6, 1993, the new Prignitz district came into being. Since June 30, 2002, the place is part of the municipality of Gumtow through the amalgamation of Schönebeck and 15 other municipalities. On this date the previously independent municipality had 190 inhabitants.

Population development

year 1875 1890 1910 1925 1933 1946 1993 1994 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2006
Residents 280 252 271 273 266 460 171 159 150 155 199 198 192 190 174 151

Culture and sights


The place is located directly on the federal highway 103, which runs from Pritzwalk in the northwest to Kyritz in the southeast . This is led around the village center along the western edge of the settlement. In addition, Kehrberg in the southwest and the state road 146 that runs there can be reached via county road 7011. There are also connecting routes to Breitenfeld, Dannenwalde and Klein Woltersdorf.


  • Historical Gazetteer Brandenburg - Part 1 - Prignitz - N-Z . Modifications made by Lieselott Enders . In: Klaus Neitmann (Ed.): Publications of the Brandenburgisches Landeshauptarchiv (State Archive Potsdam) - Volume 3 . Founded by Friedrich Beck . Publishing house Klaus-D. Becker, Potsdam 2012, ISBN 978-3-88372-033-3 , pp. 795 ff .

Web links

Commons : Schönebeck (Gumtow)  - Collection of images, videos and audio files

Individual evidence

  1. a b Land surveying and geographic base information Brandenburg (ed.): Local and community directory Brandenburg . 2007.
  2. ^ Community Gumtow - districts according to § 45 municipal constitution - inhabited districts - living spaces. In: Ministry of the Interior and Local Affairs of the State of Brandenburg, accessed on December 25, 2015 .
  3. a b c BrandenburgViewer of the state survey and geographic base information Brandenburg (LGB)
  4. Friedrich Wilhelm August Bratring: Statistical-topographical description of the entire Mark Brandenburg: For statisticians, businessmen, especially for camera operators . First volume. The general introduction to the Kurmark, containing the Altmark and Prignitz. Friedrich Maurer, Berlin 1804, Part Four. Special country description. Second part. The Prignitz. Third chapter. The Pritwalkische Kreis, S. 455 ( full text in Google Book Search [accessed December 18, 2015]).
  5. a b Government of the German Democratic Republic - Central Statistical Office (Ed.): Systematic and alphabetical directory of the municipalities of the German Democratic Republic - (territorial status January 1, 1952) Population figures as of October 29, 1946 .
  6. State Office for Data Processing and Statistics Brandenburg (ed.): Community key numbers in the state of Brandenburg (valid from 05/06/12/1993) - key bridge between the new and the old community key numbers . Potsdam 1993.
  7. a b State Office for Data Processing and Statistics State of Brandenburg (Ed.): Contribution to statistics - Historical municipality register of the State of Brandenburg 1875 to 2005 - Prignitz district . tape 19.12 . Potsdam 2006, p. 18th ff . ( [PDF; 397 kB ; accessed on December 28, 2018]).
  8. ^ Community associations - Gumtow. In: Ministry of the Interior and Local Affairs of the State of Brandenburg, accessed on April 16, 2016 .