Reesdorf, Schleswig-Holstein

Reesdorf is a municipality in the district of Rendsburg - Eidertal Eckernförde in Schleswig -Holstein.

Geography and transport

Rees village is located about 11 km north of Neumünster and 15 km south of Kiel between the Federal highway 215 and Federal Highway 404

In Reesdorf to present two monuments: the Eider bridge of 1803 and the " ram ", an old spring water pump that reliably performs its service today.

The Eidertalwanderweg runs in Reesdorf in a designated conservation area along lush wetlands, now home to rare Heck cattle and Konik (wild horses) have become.


The village's name is first found to 1278th In the year Detlef is mentioned by Reddegesthorp in Kiel's book. 1331 acquired the monastery Neumünster the whole village, after the secularization of the monastery in 1566 the village came to the office Bordesholm.


All seven seats in the municipal council are held by the voter community KWG since the municipal election of 2008.

Coat of arms

Blazon: "In green over blue Wappenschildfuß a graded silver brick bridge over a black reinforced silver kingfisher. "


The municipal area is predominantly agricultural, but there are also some medium-sized companies.


In the list of cultural monuments in Reesdorf (Holstein) are registered in the list of monuments of Schleswig- Holstein cultural monuments.