Nordhausen Rural District

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Landkreis Nordhausen
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Country23x15px Germany
StateThuringia
CapitalNordhausen
Area
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Population
 (2002)
 • Total96,628
Time zoneUTC+1 (CET)
 • Summer (DST)UTC+2 (CEST)
Vehicle registrationNDH
Websitelandratsamt-nordhausen.de

Nordhausen is the northernmeost Landkreis (rural district) of Thuringia, Germany.

History

The district was created in 1815, when the Prussian province Saxony was created. There were many changes to the boundaries up to 1952, when some municipalities were brought into the district and others left.

Coat of arms

Coat of arms The checkered red-silver part of the coat of arms is derived from the coat of arms of the County of Hohenstein, the historical territory the district belonged to. The tree trunk symbolizes the destruction of the city Nordhausen during World War II, with the new branch growing into the golden area symbolizing the reconstruction of the city and the bright future.

Towns and municipalities

Verwaltungsgemeinschaft-free towns and municipalities
  1. Bleicherode
  2. Ellrich
  3. Nordhausen
  1. Etzelsrode
  2. Friedrichsthal
  3. Hohenstein
  4. Kehmstedt
  5. Kleinbodungen
  6. Kraja
  7. Lipprechterode
  8. Niedergebra
  9. Rehungen
  10. Sollstedt
  11. Werther
Verwaltungsgemeinschaften

1. Goldene Aue

  1. Auleben
  2. Görsbach
  3. Hamma
  4. Heringen1, 2
  5. Urbach
  6. Uthleben
  7. Windehausen

2. Hainleite

  1. Großlohra
  2. Hainrode
  3. Kleinfurra
  4. Nohra
  5. Wipperdorf
  6. Wolkramshausen1

3. Hohnstein/Südharz

  1. Buchholz
  2. Harzungen
  3. Herrmannsacker
  4. Ilfeld1
  5. Neustadt/Harz
  6. Niedersachswerfen
1seat of the Verwaltungsgemeinschaft;2town

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