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Borken

County in North Rhine-Westphalia

County

The population of Borken.

NameStatusPopulation
Census
2011-05-09
 
BorkenCounty363,755
Nordrhein-Westfalen [North Rhine-Westphalia]State17,538,251

Contents: Settlements

The population of the settlements in Borken.

Name StatusCountyPopulation
Census
2011-05-09
 
AhausSettlementBorken26,300
AlstätteSettlementBorken4,120
AmmeloeSettlementBorken660
AnholtSettlementBorken3,360
AsbeckSettlementBorken900
Bahnhof RekenSettlementBorken3,110
BarloSettlementBorken1,460
BocholtSettlementBorken62,900
BorkenSettlementBorken27,700
BurloSettlementBorken2,700
EggerodeSettlementBorken520
EllewickSettlementBorken670
EpeSettlementBorken13,700
ErleSettlementBorken3,080
GescherSettlementBorken12,800
GraesSettlementBorken870
Gronau (Westf.)SettlementBorken30,000
HeekSettlementBorken4,530
HeidenSettlementBorken6,480
HochmoorSettlementBorken1,940
IsselburgSettlementBorken3,430
Klein RekenSettlementBorken1,240
LegdenSettlementBorken4,460
LüntenSettlementBorken680
MarbeckSettlementBorken1,470
Maria VeenSettlementBorken2,730
NienborgSettlementBorken2,640
OedingSettlementBorken3,130
OttensteinSettlementBorken3,390
RaesfeldSettlementBorken6,470
RamsdorfSettlementBorken5,070
RekenSettlementBorken4,870
RhedeSettlementBorken16,900
SchöppingenSettlementBorken4,760
SporkSettlementBorken530
StadtlohnSettlementBorken18,000
SuderwickSettlementBorken1,490
SüdlohnSettlementBorken4,520
VehlingenSettlementBorken510
VelenSettlementBorken6,000
VredenSettlementBorken16,100
WerthSettlementBorken1,840
WesekeSettlementBorken4,310

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.