Where do elderly people live best in Brandenburg?

Brandenburg

Brandenburg is a state in the northeast of Germany. With an area of 29,478 square kilometres (11,382 sq mi) and a population of 2.5 million residents, it is the fifth-largest German state by area and the tenth-most populous. Potsdam is the state capital and largest city, while other major towns include Cottbus, Brandenburg an der Havel and Frankfurt (Oder).
Brandenburg surrounds the national capital and city-state of Berlin, and together they form the Berlin/Brandenburg Metropolitan Region, the third-largest metropolitan area in Germany.
Brandenburg borders the states of Mecklenburg-Vorpommern, Lower Saxony, Saxony-Anhalt, and Saxony, as well as the country of Poland.
Brandenburg originated in the Northern March in the 900s AD, from areas conquered from the Wends. It later became the Margraviate of Brandenburg, a major principality of the Holy Roman Empire. In the 15th century, it came under the rule of the House of Hohenzollern, which later also became the ruling house of the Duchy of Prussia and established Brandenburg-Prussia, the core of the later Kingdom of Prussia. From 1815 to 1947, Brandenburg was a province of Prussia.
Following the abolition of Prussia after World War II, Brandenburg was established as a state by the Soviet Military Administration in Germany, and became a state of the German Democratic Republic in 1949. In 1952, the state was dissolved and broken up into multiple regional districts. Following German reunification, Brandenburg was re-established in 1990 and became one of the five new states of the Federal Republic of Germany.
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Elderly people friendly Wittenberge

Once we retire, our lives change suddenly and often in dramatic ways. We usually have a lot more free time, our health becomes more important to us and some things become increasingly difficult over time. In some cases, going to the nearest supermarket or visiting the doctor is a real challenge. That is why we paid attention to leisure activities, but also to infrastructure and health care, in the criteria for senior citizens.
Wittenberge is with round about 1,625 points from a maximum of 2,100 the front-runner among elderly people friendly cities and communities in Brandenburg. Lübben (Spreewald) follows closely with 1,625 points. In third position, also following very closely, is Eisenhüttenstadt with 1,624 points.

Wittenberge for elderly people in numbers

Average linear distance to the nearest shop
210m vs. 2.1km
210m vs. 2.1km
Average number of inhabitants per dentist
1,702 vs. 5,815
1,702 vs. 5,815
Average linear distance to the next dentist
727m vs. 7.8km
727m vs. 7.8km
Average linear distance to the nearest restaurant
351m vs. 2.3km
351m vs. 2.3km
Average linear distance to the next supermarket or groceries
499m vs. 3.9km
499m vs. 3.9km
Average number of inhabitants per shop
130.9 vs. 389
130.9 vs. 389
Average linear distance to the next pharmacy
847m vs. 5.9km
847m vs. 5.9km
Average number of inhabitants per restaurant
340.3 vs. 654.4
340.3 vs. 654.4
Average linear distance to the next public swimming facility
1.8km vs. 5.9km
1.8km vs. 5.9km
People per km²
336.5 vs. 197.5
336.5 vs. 197.5
Average number of inhabitants per pharmacy
2,836 vs. 4,034
2,836 vs. 4,034
Inhabitants older than 65 years per restaurants, bars, pubs, fast food, cafés etc. in this region
106.3 vs. 122.1
106.3 vs. 122.1
Average number of inhabitants per supermarket
1,309 vs. 1,867
1,309 vs. 1,867
Crime against life and limb per 100 inhabitants older than 65
0.5 vs. 0.7
0.5 vs. 0.7
Average number of inhabitants per doctor
17,015 vs. 3,654
17,015 vs. 3,654
Share of households without children in the total number of households in %
69.9% vs. 62%
69.9% vs. 62%
Share of residents older than 65 in %
33.1% vs. 21%
33.1% vs. 21%
Share of vegetation, water and sport areas (excluding agricultural areas) in relation to the total area (excluding agricultural areas) in %
58.8% vs. 36.2%
58.8% vs. 36.2%
Average linear distance to the next general practitioner
16.2km vs. 5.9km
16.2km vs. 5.9km
Number of people per km² older than 65 years
111.4 vs. 41.5
111.4 vs. 41.5