Haselsdorf is a municipality in the district of Pinneberg, in Schleswig -Holstein.

Geography and transport

Hazel village is situated about 12 km south-west of Elmshorn, and 10 km west of Pinneberg on the Elbe. The municipality is located in the Haseldorfer march whose capital it is.

Haselsdorf borders the municipalities Hetlingen, Haselau, Heist and Moorrege.


The first written reference 1190th In the 12th century a castle was built by the Knights of hazel village, destroyed in 1258 and was built in 1317 again. The final destruction was carried out by the troops of Wallenstein 1627th place where the castle originating from the 1804 mansion Haselsdorf was built, which today is the most important building of the church next to the 13th-century St. Gabriel's Church.

Haselsdorf was often plagued by storm surges.


Of the 13 seats in the municipal council, the CDU has been the local elections 2008 nine seats and the SPD four.

Coat of arms

Blazon: " Five times chevron- shaped split of red and silver, the silver chevrons topped with eleven 6: 4: 1. Identified, with the top of the rafter apex facing blue Eisenhütlein "


Today hazel village is still dominated by agriculture, but also gaining in importance as the residence of commuters.

Culture and sights

  • Haseldorfer blue heron colony, a wildlife conservation area in Haselsdorf. It is the largest and one of the most important Brutkolonienen the gray heron in Schleswig -Holstein.
  • See also: List of Cultural Monuments in Haselsdorf

Mansion Haselsdorf

Band thriller Kate Haselsdorf

Age dyke with a stump of the dike mill