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Losser

Losser
Municipality
Monumental former factory in Losser
Monumental former factory in Losser
Flag of Losser
Flag
Coat of arms of Losser
Coat of arms
Highlighted position of Losser in a municipal map of Overijssel
Location in Overijssel
Coordinates:
Country Netherlands
Province Overijssel
Government[1]
 • Body Municipal council
 • Mayor Micheal Sijbom (CDA)
Area[2]
 • Total 99.61 km2 (38.46 sq mi)
 • Land 98.82 km2 (38.15 sq mi)
 • Water 0.79 km2 (0.31 sq mi)
Elevation[3] 35 m (115 ft)
Population (May 2014)[4]
 • Total 22,616
 • Density 229/km2 (590/sq mi)
Demonym(s) Lossernaar, Lossenaar
Time zone CET (UTC+1)
 • Summer (DST) CEST (UTC+2)
Postcode 7580–7589
Area code 053, 0541
Website .nl.gemeentelosserwww
Dutch Topographic map of Losser, June 2015

Losser (   ) is a municipality and a town in the eastern Netherlands. It is at the eastern end of the A1 motorway.

Contents

  • Population centres 1
  • Losser 2
  • Gallery 3
  • Geography 4
  • Sister cities 5
  • References 6
  • External links 7

Population centres

Losser

The oldest known reference to Losser dates from the tenth century.[5] Originally, the village consisted of two separate parts. Both were almost completely destroyed when on 21 September 1665, troops from Münster set fire to them.[6]

One of the town's oldest buildings is the Martinustoren (St. Martin's Tower), dating from around 1500 and the only remaining part of a church demolished in 1903.

Gallery

Geography

A few kilometers west of De Lutte, close to the border with Oldenzaal, lies the Tankenberg, a hill the top of which (85 m) is the highest point in the province. (For myths of the Tankenberg, see Tanfana.)

The municipality's most important body of water is the river Dinkel.

Sister cities

References

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  5. ^ Stenvert, R. et al. (1998). Monumenten in Nederland: Overijssel, p. 213–215, 240. Zwolle: Waanders Uitgevers. ISBN 90-400-9200-1.
  6. ^ Buisman, J. (2000). Duizend jaar weer, wind en water in de lage landen: 1575–1675, p. 597. Franeker: Van Wijnen. ISBN 90-5194-136-6.

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