ⓘ Rheda-Wiedenbrück


ⓘ Rheda-Wiedenbruck

The twin community lies within the valley of the river Ems in the Westphalian Lowland south of the Teutoburg Forest, which is about 30 km away. The formerly independent towns of Rheda and Wiedenbruck are separated by the Federal Highway 2 which does not, however, form the historic border between the two districts. The Ems river runs through the city. The nearest major cities are Gutersloh about 11 km, Bielefeld and Paderborn around 35 km away, and Hamm about 55 km away. The river enters from the southeast into an urban area. Close to the public pool in Wiedenbruck, an artificial side arm branches off to the north of the river Ems. The Ems and the artificial branch are flowing around the old historic Wiedenbruck city centre and come together again behind the Ems lake at the height of the Wiedenbruck High School. The river then flows through the grounds of the State Garden Show 1988, connects the Wiedenbrucker center with the center of Rheda and leaves the urban area in the northernmost tip. Several small tributaries of the Ems are located in the municipality. Other notable waters are the Buxelssee northeast of the motorway, the Banischsee northeast of Rheda and Lintel lake east of Wiedenbruck. One characteristic of the two combined cities is a green strip several kilometers along the Ems, starting at Emssee in downtown Wiedenbruck and ending near the water castle in Rheda. The overall flat terrain falls from south to north. Outside the settlement areas, the city is dominated by agriculture and the city has comparatively large forest areas surrounding the city.

Rheda-wiedenbrück is divided in accordance with paragraph 3 of the basic provisions of the Association in the city and three villages Batenhorst, jumpers and St-Vit. Before October 1, 2004 Nordrheda EMS district was also classified as a village, but were then combined with red. The following table shows the number of inhabitants and districts of cities and urban areas as of 1 January 2013.

  • approximately 10 km west of Gutersloh. Bredeck Harsewinkel Gutersloh Rheda - Wiedenbruck Oelde Beelen Herzebrock - Clarholz is twinned with: Steenwijkerland
  • subcontracted the modifications to the company Westfalia - Werke in Rheda - Wiedenbruck Early Volkswagen split - windshield Kombis were built between 1950
  • the end of World War II the Prophete family moved the company to Rheda - Wiedenbruck in West Germany and expanded the operation to include wholesaling
  • branches and self - service terminals are located in Bielefeld, Gutersloh, Rheda - Wiedenbruck Verl excluding Kaunitz Steinhagen, Herzebrock, SchloS Holte - Stukenbrock
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  • adopted by a couple from Germany and as a result Judith grew up in Rheda - Wiedenbruck near Gutersloh alongside her seven years older adoptive brother. At
  • from north to south of the city. At north, Lippstadt connects with Rheda - Wiedenbruck and the Autobahn 2 Dortmund - Hannover In addition, South - Lippstadt

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