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Altmarkkreis Salzwedel

County in Saxony-Anhalt

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The population of Altmarkkreis Salzwedel.

NameStatusPopulation
Census
2011-05-09
 
Altmarkkreis SalzwedelCounty88,241
Sachsen-Anhalt [Saxony-Anhalt]State2,287,040

Contents: Settlements

The population of the settlements in Altmarkkreis Salzwedel.

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Name StatusCountyPopulation
Census
2011-05-09
 
ApenburgSettlementAltmarkkreis Salzwedel730
Arendsee (Altmark)SettlementAltmarkkreis Salzwedel2,510
BeetzendorfSettlementAltmarkkreis Salzwedel1,580
DähreSettlementAltmarkkreis Salzwedel550
DiesdorfSettlementAltmarkkreis Salzwedel1,090
FleetmarkSettlementAltmarkkreis Salzwedel530
GardelegenSettlementAltmarkkreis Salzwedel9,870
ImmekathSettlementAltmarkkreis Salzwedel520
JahrstedtSettlementAltmarkkreis Salzwedel590
JävenitzSettlementAltmarkkreis Salzwedel980
JübarSettlementAltmarkkreis Salzwedel630
KakerbeckSettlementAltmarkkreis Salzwedel620
Kalbe (Milde)SettlementAltmarkkreis Salzwedel2,350
KlötzeSettlementAltmarkkreis Salzwedel4,820
KunrauSettlementAltmarkkreis Salzwedel780
Kusey - KöbbelitzSettlementAltmarkkreis Salzwedel820
LetzlingenSettlementAltmarkkreis Salzwedel1,480
MiesteSettlementAltmarkkreis Salzwedel1,860
MiesterhorstSettlementAltmarkkreis Salzwedel630
PretzierSettlementAltmarkkreis Salzwedel1,080
RohrbergSettlementAltmarkkreis Salzwedel540
SalzwedelSettlementAltmarkkreis Salzwedel17,200

Source: Boundaries and population of settlements are computed by »City Population« using population figures in a 100m grid provided by the Statistisches Bundesamt Deutschland (web) and using geospatial data of the Bundesamt für Kartographie und Geodäsie (web). The settlements are delimited by unsettled and not built-up areas as well as by municipal boundaries.

Because of the computation method, the above population figures are not exact and therefore rounded. Area figures are derived from geospatial data.