Amt Temnitz

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Amt Temnitz is an Amt ("collective municipality") in the district of Ostprignitz-Ruppin, in Brandenburg, Germany. Its seat is in Walsleben.

The Amt Temnitz consists of the following municipalities:

  1. Dabergotz
  2. Märkisch Linden
  3. Storbeck-Frankendorf
  4. Temnitzquell
  5. Temnitztal
  6. Walsleben

DemographyEdit

Amt Temnitz: Population development
within the current boundaries (2017)[1]
YearPop.±% p.a.
1875 7,412—    
1890 7,509+0.09%
1910 6,798−0.50%
1925 7,105+0.29%
1933 6,844−0.47%
1939 6,677−0.41%
1946 11,328+7.84%
1950 10,356−2.22%
1964 7,202−2.56%
1971 6,975−0.46%
1981 6,003−1.49%
1985 5,918−0.36%
1989 5,828−0.38%
1990 5,760−1.17%
1991 5,675−1.48%
YearPop.±% p.a.
1992 5,615−1.06%
1993 5,638+0.41%
1994 5,709+1.26%
1995 5,699−0.18%
1996 5,720+0.37%
1997 5,810+1.57%
1998 5,823+0.22%
1999 5,890+1.15%
2000 5,874−0.27%
2001 5,903+0.49%
2002 5,894−0.15%
2003 5,827−1.14%
2004 5,801−0.45%
2005 5,724−1.33%
2006 5,706−0.31%
YearPop.±% p.a.
2007 5,682−0.42%
2008 5,594−1.55%
2009 5,535−1.05%
2010 5,478−1.03%
2011 5,339−2.54%
2012 5,317−0.41%
2013 5,256−1.15%
2014 5,223−0.63%
2015 5,284+1.17%
2016 5,266−0.34%
2017 5,270+0.08%
2018 5,294+0.46%
2019 5,384+1.70%

Coordinates: 52°55′59″N 12°40′01″E / 52.933°N 12.667°E / 52.933; 12.667

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ Detailed data sources are to be found in the Wikimedia Commons.Population Projection Brandenburg at Wikimedia Commons