Gievenbeck is belonged a quarter of Münster in Westphalia and to the urban district west. Due to the settlement areas „Gievenbeck southwest “and/or „Auenviertel “he continues to develop continuously toward the west. It is calm quarters, which is dedicated almost exclusively to the function living.
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Gievenbeck is inQuarter with three Unterzentren:
- Michaelkirche: „the old center " of the quarter from the 1970er years with church, Pfarrbücherei, primary school, two kindergartens, three supermarkets (minimum, Lidl and Kaiser's), various shops (among other things Schlecker), medical practices and restaurant, a post office branch, two branch banks, two pharmacies, the quarter house framework toArnheimweg as well as the Lukaszentrum at the upper end of the Rüschhauswegs
- Rüschhausweg: two supermarkets (Aldi and extra market), Schlecker, physicians, pharmacy, savings bank and various shops
- Gievenbeck Auenviertel: the recent core with primary school, kindergarten, baron of stone High School, three-foldsport-resounds, multi-function house La Vie, therein the quarter library, pharmacy and various shops (Aldi,Schlecker reason shopping centre with gas station and building market)
expansion of the city
cathedral Gievenbeck extends:
- In the north up to the Steinfurter road
- in the east up to the bus OI US road
- in the south up to the Roxeler road
- in the west up to the münsterschen Aa and motorway A 1
the name (Gievenbach = flat German „Güörtpott “or also „Goltepelsbach “), probably decreases/goes back to Germanic origins. That quarter is for the first time mentioned 889, as „mansion Gibonbeki “. Originally Gievenbeck was only a small peasantry along the Gievenbach. By Waldrodung place becamecreated, then the today's road developed „for Gievenbecker row “, which was the germ cell of the quarter. „The Appelbreistiege “, a way, which is only used today as cycle track, was ursrpünglich the most important trade route of Münster into western direction.
1903 became the Gievenbecker row as part of the office„Überwasser “into the city of Münster in in common December. It concerned still a small peasantry. Still 1920 one counted only 521 inhabitants. Only 1921 gave it to electricity.
After the Second World War, when in direct proximity of Gievenbeck the university clinic was extended, developed alsothat quarter rapidly. A settlement developed approximately around the Michaelkirche. Into the 1970er years, that was extended quarter, special with new dwelling for students. The first student hostels at Ge developed and for Rüschhausweg. That quarter grew toward northwest. Into the 1980er grew yearsthat quarter further, particularly in the north also at the of Esmarch road and at the Schöppingenweg/Gescherweg. Starting from beginning of the 1990er years developed the populated area Toppheide.
Since 2000 expand that quarter after southwest and in the near future the border of 20.000 will probably exceed inhabitants, whereby itthen after Hiltrup the second largest quarter of Münster will be. Within only 50 years from a agriculturally coined/shaped landscape large quarters with dwelling function became.
- parties in ms/Gievenbeck: SPD Gievenbeck, CDU Gievenbeck, JU Gievenbeck, district agency of the Greens
- thoseElection results of the last local election Münster to 26. September 2004, partial result in MS/Gievenbeck (source: City Münster)
- voter: 7975
- voters: 4648
- valid voices: 4604
- CDU: 1923 voices/41.77%
- SPD: 1051 voices/22.83%
- the Green: 878 voices/19.07%
- FDP: 576 voices/12.51%
- UWG-MS:85 voices/1.85%
- PDS/LL: 50 voices/1.09%
- ÖDP: 41 voices/0.89%
mechanisms and associations
buildings and important mechanisms
- university mechanisms:
- Professional school of the federation for public administration (specialist area finances)
- St.Michael church
- library pc. Michael
- quarter house framework
- Multi-function house La Vie at the Dieckmann route 127
- kindergartens: 4 kindergartens “St.Michael”, kindergarten “light view”, whale village kindergarten Münster registered association, Kita “cloud castle” (German Red Cross)
schools and education
- primary schools: Michaelschule, mosaic primary school in the Auenviertel, waiting castle primary school (allday school) * resumption schools: Waiting castle hauptschule, Rudolf Steiner School, baron of stone High School (in the building, inauguration at the beginning of theSchool year 2006/07)
student residential buildings
- student hostel city wage way
- student hostel Heekweg
- student hostel Gescherweg
- of student hostels Rudolf Harbig way
- student hostel Horstmarer Landweg
- Sportverein TSC cathedral Gievenbeck
- DPSG St.Michael
- Sportverein 1. Fiber plastic Gievenbeck 1949 registered association.
- Sportverein 1.FC Gievenbeck 1949 registered association. Hand ball department
- music association music course Gievenbeck e. V. 1979
- Karnevalsverein “Soffie of Gievenbeck registered association” of 1982
- Sportverein fiber plastic Münster 05
- ÖPNV: To Gievenbeck the Buslinien 5, 11, 12, 13, and 22 and the night penalty N80 and N85 drive. The line 20 touches Gievenbeck west.
- Passenger car: Over the of Esmarch roadtraffic route exists to the traffic ring of Münster. The binding to the motorway A1 and the federal highway 54 can be attained by means of the connection point cathedral north fast.
- Jürgen W. Möllemann lived here up to its death
Web on the left of
- side PUTSover the Auenviertel in Gievenbeck southwest.
- http://www.gescherweb.de (the side of the student hostel Gescherweg in Gievenbeck)
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coordinates: 51° 58 ′ 00 " N, 7° 34 ′ 30 " O