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Encyclopedia > Stormarn
State: Schleswig-Holstein
Capital: Bad Oldesloe
Area: 766 km²
Inhabitants: 220,400 (2002)
pop. density: 288 inh./km²
Car identification: OD
Homepage: http://www.kreis-stormarn.de
Map of Schleswig-Holstein highlighting the district Stormarn

Stormarn is a district in Schleswig-Holstein, Germany. It is bounded by (from the north and clockwise) the districts of Segeberg and Ostholstein, the city of Lübeck, the district of Lauenburg, and the city state of Hamburg.



The name Stormarn may be derived from "storm", hence meaning "stormy land". In medieval times the name was applied to a larger area, whereof the present-day district is only the eastern half.

Stormarn became a part of Holstein in the 12th century. When Schleswig-Holstein became a province of Prussia in 1867, the Prussian administration established the district of Stormarn, with Wandsbek as its capital. In 1937 the southwestern part of the district was incorporated into Hamburg, and the district lost half of its population. Since Wandsbek was now a borough of Hamburg, the capital was moved to Bad Oldesloe after the war. In 1970 Stormarn lost again substantial amounts of its territory, when the city of Norderstedt was founded in order to become a part of the Segeberg district.


The Trave river runs through the district before entering the city of Lübeck. In the southernmost portion of Stormarn there are the eastern suburbs of the Hamburg metropolitan area.

Coat of arms

The coat of arms displays a white swan on red ground. The swan has been the heraldic animal of Stormarn from medieval times on.

Towns and municipalities

Towns Ämter Free municipalities
  1. Ahrensburg
  2. Bad Oldesloe
  3. Bargteheide
  4. Glinde
  5. Reinbek
  6. Reinfeld
  1. Bad Oldesloe-Land
  2. Bargteheide-Land
  3. Nordstormarn
  4. Siek
  5. Trittau
  1. Ammersbek
  2. Barsbüttel
  3. Großhansdorf
  4. Oststeinbek
  5. Tangstedt

External links

  • Official website (http://www.kreis-stormarn.de/) (German)

Rural and urban districts in the Schleswig-Holstein

Dithmarschen | Lauenburg | Flensburg | Kiel | Lübeck | Neumünster | Nordfriesland | Ostholstein | Pinneberg | Plön | Rendsburg-Eckernförde | Schleswig-Flensburg | Segeberg | Steinburg | Stormarn

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Stormarn (100 words)
Stormarn is a Kreis (district) in the southern part of Schleswig-Holstein, Germany.
In the southernmost portion of Stormarn are the eastern suburbs of the Hamburg metropolitan area.
The heraldic animal of Stormarn is the swan.
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Der Kreis Stormarn in der Metropolregion Hamburg wird auch in Zukunft einem Ansiedlungsdruck ausgesetzt sein.
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