|Height :||2 m above sea level NN|
|Incorporation :||1st February 1971|
|Postal code :||26434|
|Area code :||04463|
Location of Tettens in Lower Saxony
The location includes: At Kiefhaus, Busenackshörn, Hammshausen, Huniburg, Klein Wichtens, Kopperburg, Ridder, Tettenser Altendeich, Tettenser Altengroden, Triftsweg, Tettenser Mühle, Harmburg, Kibitznest, Lammertshütte, Middelswarfen, Pievens, Tyedmerswarfen, Ussenhausen, Ufkenhausen , Ziallerns .
On February 1, 1971, Tettens was incorporated into the new municipality of Wangerland.
The Evangelical Lutheran St. Martin's Church was built from 1143 to 1210. The granite church stands on a high warf in the middle of the elongated settlement. The bell tower of brick dates from around 1500 and has an octagonal spire of slate . The church has been Lutheran since 1531. At the beginning of the 20th century, supporting pillars were attached to the apse to prevent the east side of the church from collapsing.
The Tettens outdoor pool is located on the southern outskirts of Tettens. The outdoor pool was built as early as 1956 "as a teaching pool for schools". Visiting the outdoor pool is free.
- Gymnastics and Sports Association Rot-Weiß-Tettens - 1924 e. V.
- Volunteer firefighter
- Schützenverein Tettens e. V. from 1952
- TIER-EMERGENCY eV
- Gerhard Anton Gramberg (1744-1818), doctor and writer
- Johann Heinrich Ludwig Pielstick (1832–1898), businessman and Baptist elder , was born in Zissenhausen near Tettens.
- Iko Friedrich Hermann Janssen (1874–1959), politician, member of the Oldenburg Landtag, was born in Ussenhausen.
- Tettens. In: Georg Dehio : Handbook of German Art Monuments . Bremen Lower Saxony. Munich / Berlin 1992, ISBN 3-422-03022-0 ; P. 1269 f.
- Erhard Ahlrichs u. Andreas Reiberg: Tettens / Wangerland. 2005, ISBN 3-9810568-0-9 ; 317 p. M. numerous Fig.
- H. Fastenau: Pictures from the past of the old parish of Tetten and its surroundings . Issue 7 of the communications of the Jeverland antiquity and homeland association, Jever 1958.
- Church registers are preserved from 1676 - with gaps of a few years.
- Sketch map of Wangerland with Tettens
- Photo gallery Tetten; Text in Low German
- St. Martin's Church in Tettens
- Monument to the fallen of Wangerland-Tetten
- Federal Statistical Office (ed.): Historical municipality directory for the Federal Republic of Germany. Name, border and key number changes in municipalities, counties and administrative districts from May 27, 1970 to December 31, 1982 . W. Kohlhammer GmbH, Stuttgart / Mainz 1983, ISBN 3-17-003263-1 , p. 275 .
- Tettens outdoor pool , accessed on September 19, 2010
- TIER-NOTRUF eV, location (Ost-) Friesland / WHV , accessed on December 9, 2019.