The population in the different parts of Wesel, Germany

Wesel is a city in the western part of North Rhine-Westphalia in Germany with an area of 122,56 square kilometers. The city is divided into five city districts: Wesel, Flüren, Obrighoven-Lackhausen, Bislich and Büderich. In Wesel live about 500 people per square kilometer.

All the five districts have different places of residence. The district Wesel has the most places of residence. Their names are Altstadt, Feldmark, Blumenkamp, Fusternberg, Schepersfeld and Lippedorf. Flüren has only one place of residence with the same name Flüren. The district Obrighoven-Lackhausen is divided in the three places of residence named Lackhausen, Obrighoven and Wittenberg. Bislich has four places of residence – Bislich-Land, Bergerfurth, Bislich-Ortskern and Diersfordt. Büderich is divided in three places of residence named Werrich/Perrich, Ginderich and Büderich.

The district Wesel has an area of 26,08 square kilometers and a population of 38.300 people (1.468,6 people per square kilometer). Flüren is the smallest district with 9,15 square kilometers but has a population of 4.792 people (523,7 people per square kilometer). The other districts are bigger than Flüren. The district Obrighoven-Lackhausen has an area of …

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