District of Osterholz
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|Inhabitants:||18,819||9,702 (51.6 %)||9,117 (48.4 %)|
|As of: Dec 31, 2015|
|As of: Dec 31, 2014|
€ per inhabitant
(District of Osterholz)
|Gross domestic product 2013:||18,314||53 %|
€ per employed person
(District of Osterholz)
|Gross value added 2013|
|- Production sector:||45,991||62 %|
|- Service sector:||49,257||89 %|
€ per inhabitant
|Net revenue from local business tax 2015:||329.10||85 %|
|Municipal share of income tax 2015:||459.38||119 %|
|Employed persons:||4,819||2,519 (52.3 %)||2,300 (47.7 %)|
|Change over previous year:||186 (4.0 %)|
|Employment rate:||58.5 %|
|As of: Jun 30, 2015|
|Employed persons acc. to economic sectors:|
|As of: Jun 30, 2014|
|Unemployed persons (Lilienthal):|
|Unemployment rate in % (District of Osterholz):|
|Schools of general education 2015 (Lilienthal)|
|Secondary schools (Hauptschulen):||1|
|Secondary schools (Realschulen):||1|
|Integrated comprehensive schools:||1|
|Vocational schools 2014 (District of Osterholz)|
|Vocational technical schools:||3|
|Technical secondary schools:||1|
|Vocational grammar schools:||1|
|Other educational facilities¹:||Special schools 1
Elementary schools 6
Full-day schools IGS 1
Grammar schools 1
|Hospitals:||1 (74 total beds)|
|Other medical health facilities:||Healthcare facilities in Lilienthal are well developed. The general practitioners, specialist doctors, dispensing chemists, therapy practices and nursing/caring services ensure a competent and comprehensive level of care.
The Klinik Lilienthal with the latest medical care facilities lies in the town centre.
|Leisure facilities:||Numerous signposted cycling routes and hiking trails lead through the impressive meadow and valley landscape between the rivers Wümme, Hamme and Wörpe. Explore idyllic paths through the countryside and villages on the Devil's Moor (Teufelsmoor), for instance on the 150-km-long "Weites Land" cycle route. Via the "Jan-Reiners-Radweg", you can make a cycling excursion to Bremen, enjoy the delights of the St. Jürgensland region with its levees, dyke openings and old half-timbered houses, explore nature in the "Truper Blänken" reserve, or follow Germany's first livestock cycle route, the "eene meene muh", in Lilienthal-Seebergen. A guided stroll along the "Historic Lilienweg" in the Lilienthal town centre gives you an interesting insight into local history.
Apart from the diverse sport offers available, a golf course, the indoor swimming baths and the a sauna, there are a number of other leisure offers in and around Lilienthal: canoe tours, peat barge trips, moor excursions, riding and equestrian offers, organised guided tours, and traditional festivals and activities.
A special experience for the entire family or an entire firm is a trip in our peat barges, the traditional wooden boats with black sail that explore the Devil's Moor along the rivers.
|Cultural facilities:||The Lilienthal open-air stage (Freilichtbühne Lilienthal) is renowned beyond then region with its summer open-air theatre for young and old. Further cultural highlights include the Lilienthal museums such as the Lower Saxony Coach Museum, the School Museum, the museum of local history, and the historic Lilienhof farmyard complex with craft museum. In the Trupe district, the Kunstschau Wümme Wörpe Hamme displays regional art and changing exhibitions. The Nurkens Hof Culture Centre stages art exhibitions, concert, readings, lectures and other attractive events.
Apart from that, there are also several music groups and choirs that have won prizes throughout Europe and are always pleased to welcome reinforcements.
|Sport facilities:||Sports grounds and sports halls, indoor swimming baths, sauna, golf course, tennis complexes, archery range, shooting ranges, beach volleyball and skater facility, canoe hire, riding, equestrian vaulting (horseback gymnastics), and lots more.|
|Price of residential building land:||53.00 - 160.00 €/m²|
|Comment on the transport infrastructure:||Traffic links to Lilienthal:
Plane: Bremen Airport, 24 km.
Rail: Bremen central rail station (city centre), 12 km.
Local public transport: from Bremen main rail station, tram (Strassenbahn) line 4 (in the direction of Falkenberg) to Lilienthal.
Or from Bremen main rail station with the regional bus line 670 (direction: Worpswede) or line 630 (direction: Zeven) to Lilienthal.
Night routes from Bremen central rail station: tram line N4 to Lilienthal.
Car: motorway A 27, direction: Bremen, exit: Bremen/Horn-Lehe, Lilienthal, 6 km.
Cyclists/pedestrians: signposted cycle routes and footpaths.
|Local business tax:||390 %|
|Local property tax A:||440 %|
|Local property tax B:||440 %|
|Sources:||¹||Own Survey (Last update on Apr 27, 2015)|
LSNhttp://www.statistik.niedersachsen.de/ - Niedersachsen State Statistical Office,
State Statistical Office of Bremenhttp://www.statistik.bremen.de/ (As of: date specified)
Statistics from the German Federal Employment Agencyhttp://statistik.arbeitsagentur.de/ (As of: date specified),
Note on Data Usehttp:/
|The statistical data have been updated to include the most recent available figures on Nov 8, 2016|