Meggerdorf (Danish: Meggertorp ) is a municipality in the district of concern in Schleswig-Flensburg, in Schleswig- Holstein. Hölken, Johannisberg, Königsberg, Meggerholm ( originally a part of Christian Holm ) and Meggerkoog lie in the municipality.


Many of the wetlands, lakes and marshes that once dominated the landscape, have largely dried up. The landscape Stapelholm to the worry loop but is today recognized as a nature reserve.

The mill Gisela in Meggerkoog was built in 1922. She is a Dutch basement, which was used for drainage. Today it is privately owned and is inhabited.


Of the nine seats in the municipal council has the voter community AMWG since the local elections 2008 six seats and voters Community ABB three.

Coat of arms

Blazon: "In a strong green moving, forward S-shaped, M-shaped sloping rear right silver band, accompanied above by a naturally -tinged lapwing, down from three silver cattails with black seed heads. "


The municipal area is predominantly agricultural.


In the list of cultural monuments in Meggerdorf are registered in the list of monuments of Schleswig- Holstein cultural monuments.

North-east, 2 miles away, with 2.08 km ² large nature reserve lies Tetenhusener Moor. It has been found in parts in 1928 under protection.