What's considered a "small town" in Germany? The town I'm from in the US has a population of 200, which is a pretty common town size in my part of the country. What size do small towns in rural Germany tend to be?
Settlements below 2000 inhabitants are considered villages (Dorf, Ortsgemeinde) in Germany. A population of 200-500 is pretty common for a small German village I'd say. "Rural towns" (Landstadt) have 2000-5000 inhabitants and small towns (Kleinstadt) have a population of 5000-20000.
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