Center of Nottuln
|• Mayor||Manuela Mahnke (SPD)|
|• Total||85.64 km2 (33.07 sq mi)|
|Highest elevation||186 m (610 ft)|
|Lowest elevation||59 m (194 ft)|
|• Density||230/km2 (590/sq mi)|
|Time zone||UTC+01:00 (CET)|
|• Summer (DST)||UTC+02:00 (CEST)|
02509 (Appelhülsen, Schapdetten)
Division of the municipalityEdit
The municipality consists of 4 districts
- Appelhülsen (including Nottuln-Appelhülsen station)
Original settlement of the Nottuln area dates back to about 4000 BC. The name of Nottuln originates from Nutlon, which is probably early German for "nut wood". A church was founded in 860 by Liudger, as well as the first convent in Westphalia.
Nottuln is on the Bundesautobahn 43 and Nottuln-Appelhülsen station in the nearby town of Appelhülsen is on the Wanne-Eickel–Hamburg railway, connecting to Münster. Nottuln has bus lines that reach out to Coesfeld, Darup, and Roxel with the R62/3; Billerbeck and Appelhuelsen with the T85; and Münster with the S60. There are also many bike paths as Nottuln is on many of the Baumberger bike routes.
Points of interestEdit
- Christian Baumeister (born 1971), wildlife filmmaker
- Clemens Maria Franz von Bönninghausen (1785-1864), jurist, homeopath, landowner of Haus Darup and first district councilor of the Coesfeld district
- Hermann Busenbaum (1600-1668), Jesuit theologian
- Franz Wilhelm Darup (1756-1836), religious author and captain of honor
- Norbert van Heyst, (born 1944), former commander of the 1. German-Dutch Corps in Münster
- "Bevölkerung der Gemeinden Nordrhein-Westfalens am 31. Dezember 2019" (in German). Landesbetrieb Information und Technik NRW. Retrieved 17 June 2020.
- Official website (in German)
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