Gütersloh, Germany, Gütersloh


Gütersloh, Germany
Gütersloh is a city in North Rhine-Westphalia, Germany, in the area of Westphalia and the administrative region of Detmold. Gütersloh is the administrative centre for a district of the same name and has a population of 96,320 people.GeographyGütersloh lies in the Emssandebene, south-west of the Teutoburg Forest and on the north-eastern edge of the Westphalian basin and has no significant points of elevation. The city's lowest point is above sea level on the river Ems near the Princess Royal Barracks and the highest point is above sea level in the eastern township of Friedrichsdorf.The border to Rheda-Wiedenbrück extends as part of the Rhedaer Forest, a large wooded area with predominantly coniferous trees. The river Dalke flows through the city from east to west, crossing close to the Stadt Park as well as the city centre and river Ems.Gütersloh railway station is on the Hamm–Minden line.PoliticsCity councilThe city council consists of 52 seats, according to the local election in 2014:



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