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Neckarsulm

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Neckarsulm German pronunciation: nɛkarˈzʊlm is a city in northern Baden-Württemberg, Germany, near Stuttgart, and part of the district of Heilbronn As of 2004update, Neckarsulm had 27,296 inhabitants

The rivers Neckar and Sulm join there, hence the name, which is often misunderstood or mispronounced as "Neckars Ulm", an incongruity that would mean the Ulm of the Neckar, as the city of Ulm is well to the east on the Danube at the border between Baden-Wuerttemberg and Bavaria

Neckarsulm is famous for being ranked first in the German Solarbundesliga cities beginning at 10,000 inhabitants, a competition in renewable energy installations Its other fame is that the Neckarsulm-Gundelsheim Weingaertnergenossenschaft vintner's co-operative is reputed to be the oldest in Germany; trollinger and lemberger are the principal varieties of grape that are grown

Contents

  • 1 Buildings and constructions
  • 2 Mayors and since 1973 Lord Mayors
  • 3 Population development
  • 4 Economy
  • 5 Personality
    • 51 Freemen
    • 52 Sons and daughters of the town
    • 53 Other people connected to the city
  • 6 Sister Cities
  • 7 Gallery
  • 8 References
  • 9 External links

Buildings and constructionsedit

  • Teutonic Knights castle, featuring the Deutsches Zweirad- und NSU-Museum the combined Motorcycle and NSU Museum of Germany
  • Neckarsulm TDS Office Tower
  • Obereisesheim transmitter
  • The medieval city wall is mostly intact along the riverside aspect of the town

Mayors and since 1973 Lord Mayorsedit

  • 1845–1865: Franz Josef Alexander Heinrich Becker
  • 1865–1878: Josef Pecoroni
  • 1878–1885: Johann Nepomuk Kirner
  • 1885–1911: Bernhard Rettenmeier
  • 1911–1913: Heinrich Soller
  • 1913–1941: Johannes Häußler
  • 1942–1945: Oskar Volk
  • 1945–1946: Hermann Greiner
  • 1946–1949: Johannes Häußler 1879–1949
  • 1949–1955: Erwin Wörner
  • 1955–1967: Hans Hoffmann 1915–2005
  • 1967–1992: Erhard Klotz born 1938
  • 1992–2008: Volker Blust
  • 2008–2016: Joachim Scholz 2
  • since 2016: Steffen Hertwig

Population developmentedit

The numbers are estimates, census results ¹ or data from statistical offices

Year Inhabitants
1527 ca 1000
1635 ca 1400
1756 1544
1810 2050
1849 2576
1 December 1871 2576
1 December 1880 ¹ 2845
1 December 1890 ¹ 3011
1 December 1900 ¹ 3707
1 December 1910 ¹ 5170
16 June 1925 ¹ 6692
16 June 1933 ¹ 7035
Year Inhabitants
17 May 1939 ¹ 8593
December 1945 7559
13 September 1950 ¹ 9319
6 June 1961 ¹ ² 15299
27 May 1970 ¹ 18517
31 December 1975 20112
31 December 1980 21871
27 May 1987 ¹ 21534
31 December 1990 22690
31 December 1995 25788
31 December 2000 27408
Year Inhabitants
31 December 2002 27425
31 December 2004 27296
31 December 2006 27246
31 December 2008 26828
31 December 2010 26511
31 December 2012 25754
31 December 2014 25798
31 December 2015 26304
31 August 2016 26749

¹ Census results

² The population increase between 1950 and 1961 comes from the new district Neckarsulm-Amorbach In this place lived in 1955 around 300 people3

Economyedit

Schwarz Gruppe, owner of Lidl and Kaufland – the largest European grocerer —has its head office in Neckarsulm4 The city was the home of the car manufacturer NSU which was taken over by Volkswagen in 1969 and merged with Auto Union to create Audi as it is known today The former NSU factory is now one of Audi's two principal assembly plants in Germany the other is located in Ingolstadt, Bavaria – and manufactures the company's larger, high end models such as the Audi A6, A7, and A8, the latter is made in the Audi Aluminium Plant, and Audi's performance subsidiary quattro GmbH which manufactures the R8 is also located here The NSU logo on early vehicles stands for the city name Neckarsulm5

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Personalityedit

Freemenedit

  • 1894: Franz Joseph Maucher 1826–1910 was 35  years chaplain and parish priest in Neckarsulm
  • 1911: Gottlob Banzhaf 1858–1930 was Kommerzienrat and after the death of his brother Christian Schmidt first director the Neckarsulmer Strickmaschinenfabrik AG from 1884 to 1910
  • 1930: Ernst Josef Bauer 1881 † in Ludwigsburg was a teacher and successful author of the home game "Peter Heinrich Merkle, the Löwenwirt of Neckarsulm"
  • 1933: Christian Mergenthaler 1884–1980, NSDAP politician, Prime Minister from 1933 to 1945 of Württemberg On 27 July 1933 the Neckarsulm council awarded him honorary citizenship On 28 August 1945, it was deprived him again7
  • 1949: Johannes Häußler 1879–1949 was about 30  years with interruption mayor
  • 2004: Kurt Bauer born 1934 was 36  years city council, deputy mayor, SPD parliamentary leader, chairman of the SPD local association
  • 2008: Volker Blust born 1944 was from 1976 head of the main and personnel office and was elected in 1992 Mayor of Neckarsulm

Sons and daughters of the townedit

  • 1766 November 3, Franz Simon Molitor, † 21 February 1848 in Vienna, musician
Simon Molitor portrait August Herold memorial plate in the wine yards
  • 1902, 7 August, August Herold, † 8 January 1973 by Neckarsulm; vine growers

Other people connected to the cityedit

  • Wilhelm Ganzhorn born 1818 in Böblingen, † 1880 in Bad Cannstatt was in Neckarsulm 1859–1878 senior judge Ganzhorn was a poet, and was known as the author of the text for the song "In the loveliest meadow" Im schönsten Wiesengrunde
Ganzhorn plaque in Neckarsulm
  • Albert Roder born 1896 in Nuremberg; † 1970 in Heilbronn was an engineer, who became known for the construction of motorcycles He was from 1946 to 1961 chief designer at NSU
  • Klaus Zwickel born 1939 in Heilbronn, German unions functionary and former Chairman of IG Metall From 1968 to 1983 he was first secretary of the IG-Metall Headquarter Neckarsulm
  • Verena Stenke born 1981 in Bad Friedrichshall, German artist
  • Dominik Britsch born 1987 in Bad Friedrichshall, German boxer

Sister Citiesedit

See also: List of twin towns and sister cities in Germany
City Country Year
Carmaux France
Bordighera Italy
Grenchen Switzerland
Zschopau Germany
Budakeszi Hungary

Galleryedit

Referencesedit

  1. ^ "Gemeinden in Deutschland nach Fläche, Bevölkerung und Postleitzahl am 30092016" Statistisches Bundesamt in German 2016 
  2. ^ Andreas Bracht: OB Joachim Scholz wird in sein Amt eingesetzt Presse-Information der Stadt Neckarsulm vom 27 Oktober 2008
  3. ^ Bernd Friedel: 50 Jahre Amorbach Neckarsulm 2005, pp 6–16
  4. ^ "Impressum" Lidl Retrieved on 28 September 2012 "Adresse: Lidl Stiftung & Co KG Stiftsbergstraße 1 74167 Neckarsulm "
  5. ^ "Die NSU-Firmengeschichte" Retrieved 2016-01-01 
  6. ^ Wilson, Hugo 1995 "The Directory of Motorcycles" The Encyclopedia of the Motorcycle London: Dorling Kindersley p 245 ISBN 0-7513-0206-6 Around 1890 Neckarsulm Strickmaschinen – "knitting machine" – Union began making bicycles 
  7. ^ Anton Heyler: Neckarsulm im Auf und Ab eines halben Jahrhunderts s Literatur, pp 58 and 92

External linksedit

  • Neckarsulm in German

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