District of Arnsberg
Geographical locationThe district is bordering on the districts of Cologne and Düsseldorf in the west, of Münster and Detmold in north, and, in the east and the south, of Hesse (districts of Kassel and Gießen) and of the Rhineland-Palatinat. Before the removal of the districts in the Rhineland-Palatinat (January 1st, 2000), the district bordering in south-west on the district of Arnsberg was the district of Coblentz. The district is located at the south-east of Rhineland-of-North-Westphalia.
Landscapes: Sauerland, Hellweg,…
Cours d' water: Lippe, the Ruhr, Bigge, Möhne, Lenne
HistoryThe district was creates by Prussian decree of the 30 april 1815. The administration of the district began the 22 april 1816.
Territorial administrationThe district includes/understands seven districts and five city-districts, including 83 communes:
- the Ennepe-Ruhr: 9 communes, including 9 cities
- Haut-Sauerland: 12 communes, including 10 cities
- Mark: 15 communes, including 12 cities
- Olpe: 7 communes, including 4 cities
- Siegen-Wittgenstein: 11 communes, including 7 cities
- Soest: 10 communes, including 8 cities
- Unna: 10 communes, including 8 cities
- Government of the district of Arnsberg
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