Administrative community Mittelzentrum Artern

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Administrative community Mittelzentrum Artern
Map of Germany, position of the administrative community Mittelzentrum Artern highlighted

Coordinates: 51 ° 22 ′  N , 11 ° 18 ′  E

Basic data (as of 2019)
Existing period: 1993-2019
State : Thuringia
County : Kyffhäuserkreis
Area : 100.32 km 2
Residents: 5560 (December 31, 2017)
Population density : 55 inhabitants per km 2
License plate : KYF, ART, SDH
Association key : 16 0 65 5006
Association structure: 10 municipalities
Association administration address
Brauereistrasse 3
06556 Artern
Location of the former administrative community in the Kyffhäuserkreis

In the administrative community Mittelzentrum Artern from the Thuringian Kyffhäuserkreis , ten communities had come together to handle their administrative business.

The administrative community was based in Artern / Unstrut , which is not part of the administrative community. The last chairman of the administrative association was Anja Reckling.


  1. Borxleben
  2. Homestead
  3. Heygendorf
  4. Ichstedt
  5. Kalbsrieth
  6. Mönchpfiffel-Nikolausrieth
  7. Nausitz
  8. Reinsdorf
  9. Ring life
  10. Voigtstedt


The administrative community was founded on November 25, 1993 as the administrative community Artern-Reinsdorf , to which the city of Artern / Unstrut also belonged. On June 29, 1994, the name was changed to its final name. On November 16, 1995, Artern and Schönfeld left the administrative community and merged.

As part of the Thuringia regional reform in 2018 and 2019 , the administrative community was dissolved on January 1, 2019. Heygendorf and Voigtstedt merged with Artern / Unstrut to form the new city and rural community of Artern. This became a fulfilling community for Borxleben, Gehofen, Kalbsrieth, Mönchpfiffel-Nikolausrieth and Reinsdorf. Ichstedt and Ringleben were incorporated into the city of Bad Frankenhausen / Kyffhäuser . Nausitz merged with the cities of Roßleben and Wiehe as well as the municipality of Donndorf to form the city and rural community of Roßleben-Wiehe .

Individual evidence

  1. Thuringian Law and Ordinance Gazette No. 14/2018 p. 795 ff. , Accessed on January 22, 2019