Norderbrarup (Danish: Nørre Brårup ) is a municipality in the district of Schleswig -Flensburg, in Schleswig- Holstein.

  • 4.1 Church
  • 4.2 Amber Museum
  • 4.3 Knüttel Museum


The name popped Norderbrarup 1445-1450 as " Nordbradorp " on the first time. It means " northern village on the hillside ." In Norderbrarup several stone tombs are obtained, which were ( BCE 4300-2300 ) erected in the Neolithic period. The historic villages Ruruplund and Lerch field are in the municipal area.


Of the nine seats in the municipal council, the SPD has since the local elections in 2013 five seats and voters Community KWN four.

Coat of arms

Blazon: "In the top right corner with a golden horseshoe, top left covered with a golden urn, blue shield increased and flattened golden wave peak like a baroque pediment there under a blue bell tower, topped with a golden bell. "

Economy and infrastructure

The community is predominantly agricultural. There are nine farms registered (as of 2010). Most residents are commuters who work in larger surrounding towns, some residents also work in Hamburg.

Because it is located in the same building, the subject Knüttelmuseum is directly connected with the subject of school. In a Prüfaktion the Schleswig-Holstein newspaper publisher the Knüttelgrundschule was awarded as the best in the county.


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


The landmark of the village is St. Mary's Church, which was built in late Romanesque in Norderbrarup. However, the roof turret is not an active bell tower more. For this purpose, a single wooden belfry (bell stack ) was erected near the church. It was 2009 by the State Conservation Office as the oldest bells stack in fishing and in Schleswig -Holstein with the date " to 1441 " dated, where theoretically a period of 1436 and 1455 must be assumed. Inside the church are the Gothic altar from 1450 and the font particularly noteworthy with rich Majuskelinschrift of 1486.

Amber Museum

Near the former Ruruper water mill, which is to examine the open air museum Molfsee today, there is an amber museum with a Bernsteinschleiferei.

Knüttel Museum

In Knüttelmuseum there is a collection of Stone Age finds, which had originally belonged to the village school and was passed in the school reform of 1968, the National Museum in Schloss Gottorp. Today she is on loan to the museum again in Norderbrarup. In Knüttel Museum also materials to school and history and to Schleswiger are issued.


The artist Jobst von Berg (born 1962 ) lives and works in Norderbrarup.