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|Land of the Federal Republic:||Schleswig-Holstein|
|of inhabitants:||5224 (30.06.2003)|
|Height:||45 m and. NN|
|postal zip code:||24610|
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Coordinates: 54° 03 ' N, 10° 13 ' O 54° 03 ' N, 10° 13 ' O
|municipality key:||01 0 60 089|
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| At the market 3|
The place name “Trappenkamp” comes from an old corridor designation, which of the two words” Trappen “(soil birds, which live in grass steppes and in the fields) and” Kamp “(in-preserved field) consists.
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At 1901 one began with cultivation and afforestation of the “Gönnebeker heath”. This Massmahme persisted into the 1920er years.
In July 1934 the naval line in Berlin instructed the new installation of a mine camp in close proximity to Kiel. This mine camp should serve Dietrich village for the discharge of the blocked deposit in Kiel. As location of the new arsenal the former state State of new cathedral was selected.
The forest Halloh south of Boostedt was not selected, since the area, which was at this time available, was suitable: the tree existence was too strongly cleared in this range, the soil too unevenly, and it was a popular trip goal of the Neumünsteraner population.
one set 1940 however on another place in the forest Halloh the institute for air ammunition 6/XI Boostedt.
After the former naval check weapon arsenal Trappenkamp had been vacated, refugees from the Sudetenland and refugees from other former German east areas referred the former buildings of armed forces.
At the 1. April 1956 those at that time scarcely 900 inhabitants counting “settlement Trappenkamp” explained on go-eat the schleswig holsteinischen federal state government as an independent, office-free municipality.
Thus Trappenkamp is the “recent” municipality in Schleswig-Holstein.
- altogether: 332 hectars
- trade area: 132 hectars
- of green belts: 28 hectars
- of local roads: 18 hectars
- forest: 58 hectars
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Alveslohe | Armstedt | Bath Bramstedt | Bath Segeberg | Bahrenhof | Bark | Quake lake | Bimöhlen | Blunk | Boostedt | Bornhöved | Borstel | Bühnsdorf | Daldorf | Damsdorf | Dreggers | Ellerau | Driving jug | Föhrden Barl | Fredesdorf | Feeling village | Geschendorf | Glasau | Gönnebek | Largely grief field | Largely Niendorf | Largely Rönnau | Grossenaspe | Hagen | Hardebek | Hard cross-beam | Hare jug | Hare moorland | Heidmoor | Heidmühlen | Henstedt Ulzburg | Hitzhusen | Högersdorf | Hüttblek | Itzstedt | Cold churches | Katz village | Kayhude | Gravel village | Small Gladebrügge | Small Rönnau | Krems II | Kükels | Latendorf | Leezen | Lentföhrden | Mönkloh | Mözen | Close one | Negernbötel | Nehms | Neuengörs | Neversdorf | North first EDT | Are useful | Oering | Oersdorf | Pronstorf | Rickling | Rohlstorf | Schackendorf | Almost one | Narrow lake | Narrow field | Schwissel | Sea-village | Seth | They verse huts | Stipsdorf | Stick lake | Strukdorf | Struvenhütten | Stuvenborn | Sülfeld | Tarbek | Tensfeld | Death field | Trappenkamp | Travenhorst | Traventhal | Selecting EDT | Wakendorf I | Wakendorf II | Weddelbrook | Weede | Wensin | Westerrade | Wiemersdorf | Winsen | Joke fount