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Die katholische Stadtkirche befindet sich am höchsten Punkt der Oberstadt. An der Stelle des Turms der katholischen Pfarrkirche befand sich früher ein Turm der Stadtbefestigung. Die Pfarrkirche selber wurde bis erbaut. Eine Steintafel rechts beim Eingang innerhalb der katholischen Pfarrkirche von Meersburg dokumentiert, dass folgende Fürstbischöfe und Landesherren des Hochstifts Konstanz nach Umbettung im Gruftgewölbe beigesetzt sind: Die barocke Schlosskapelle befindet sich vom Schlossplatz aus gesehen im linken Teil des Neuen Schlosses und ist nur vom Schlossplatz her durch eine Holzpforte zugänglich.

Sie dient seit als evangelische Stadtpfarrkirche. In der anfänglichen Planung war der Gebäudeteil als Pferdestall vorgesehen, wurde dann aber für den Bischof und den Hofstaat umgebaut.

Der Pferdestall wurde weiter in östlicher Richtung mit dem Reithof gebaut. Meersburg hat sich mit den Gemeinden Daisendorf , Hagnau , Stetten und Uhldingen-Mühlhofen zu einem Gemeindeverwaltungsverband zusammengeschlossen und ist Sitz dieses Verbandes. Nach den Kommunalwahlen vom Juni , vom 7.

Juni und vom Mai ergaben sich folgende Sitzverteilungen [37] [38] [39]:. Für die Zeit ab sind die Bürgermeister der Stadt Meersburg dokumentiert. Friedrich Vogt war ab zur Wehrmacht eingezogen worden. Im zweiten Wahlgang der Bürgermeisterwahl am Sie war die erste Bürgermeisterin im Bodenseekreis und ab dem 1. Februar bis im Amt. Nachdem Sabine Becker im Herbst zur Oberbürgermeisterin von Überlingen gewählt worden war, musste in Meersburg nach knapp vier Jahren ein neuer Bürgermeister gewählt werden.

Im zweiten Wahlgang der Bürgermeisterwahl am 1. Februar wurde mit relativer Mehrheit und 35,36 Prozent Martin Brütsch parteilos gewählt. Bei der Bürgermeisterwahl am Der neue Bürgermeister hat sein Amt am 1. A der Bundesmarine und den Lufthansajet Meersburg Nr. Meersburg hat Bedeutung als Weinbau - und Tourismusort. Der sonnige Hang ist durch seine Ausrichtung nach Süden und durch das milde Bodenseeklima für den Weinbau geradezu prädestiniert.

Es gibt 20 Kleinbrenner Stand: Durch die günstige Erreichbarkeit per Schiff und Pkw und durch die besonders idyllische Lage zieht Meersburg mit seinen teilweise überregional bekannten Restaurants und Weinstuben in der Urlaubssaison ungefähr eine Million Tagesausflügler an. Meersburg gehört zum alemannischen Sprachraum. Die Weinanbaufläche in den Gemarkungen Meersburg und Stetten umfasst ca.

Die Betriebe werden sowohl genossenschaftlich Winzerverein Meersburg , der 57 Hektar von der Stadt Meersburg gepachtet hat , [49] als Stiftung Spitalkellerei Konstanz , staatlich Staatsweingut Meersburg , in markgräflicher und fürstlicher Tradition Weingut des Markgraf von Baden als auch rein privatwirtschaftlich Ergeten, Daisendorf, Riedetsweiler geführt.

Der Bodensee speichert die Wärme der Sonne, wirkt damit mildernd auf das Klima und sorgt für einen langen, milden Herbst. Weitere Rebsorten sind Grauer Burgunder, der in der lieblichen Ausbaustufe Ruländer und in der trocken Grauburgunder genannt wird. Im Gymnasium arbeiten 52 Lehrer; es wird von Schülern in 18 Klassen besucht.

Die gegründete Jugendkunstschule Bodenseekreis mit Hauptsitz in Meersburg bereitet in einem einjährigen Vorstudium auf die weiterführende Kunstausbildung an Hochschulen vor. Juli übernimmt die Bäderbetriebsgesellschaft " monte mare " die Betriebsführung der "Meersburg Therme". Die Turner und Volleyballer sind heimisch in der Sommertalhalle, die zu einer der modernsten im ganzen Bodenseekreis gehört. Die Knabenmusik Meersburg wurde gegründet.

Ihr gehören männliche Jugendliche bis 18 Jahre aus Meersburg und Umgebung an. Ihr Repertoire hat sich seit der Gründung von volkstümlicher badischer Musik zum internationalen Repertoire sinfonischer Blasmusik entwickelt.

Die Knabenkapelle tritt sowohl in Meersburg im Neuen Schloss als auch national und international auf Konzertreisen auf. Gründer war Hermann Schroer. Die Meersburger Museumsstücke des Zeppelinmuseums wurden und werden in Privatinitiative zusammengestellt.

Besonders werden Originalbauteile, Uniformen, Inventar und Modelle gezeigt. Insgesamt umfasst die Sammlung Exponate. Unter anderem sind auch das Arbeitszimmer und das Schlaf- und Sterbezimmer von Annette von Droste-Hülshoff zu besichtigen.

Im Neuen Schloss — es wurde umfangreich renoviert — können die Fürstbischöflichen Gemächer im 2. Sie wurden in der Art barocker Audienz- und Privaträume nachträglich möbliert. In weiteren Räumen werden wechselnde Ausstellungen gezeigt, im Spiegelsaal Konzerte gegeben.

In der Vorburggasse 11 wurde in den er Jahren vom Staatsweingut ein Weinbaumuseum eingerichtet. In einem Rundgang mit 15 Themenräumen über zwei Etagen werden der Weinanbau in Meersburg und in der Bodenseeregion, aber auch in anderen Teilen der Welt dargestellt.

Der Saal im Dachgeschoss dient Veranstaltungen und Pressekonferenzen. Ein begehbares Nomadenzelt, eine Wohnhausrekonstruktion aus der Zeit des Neuen Testaments, audiovisuelle Stationen zu biblischen Personen, eine bedienbare Gutenbergpresse und wertvolle historische Bibeldrucke gehören zu den Highlights.

Das Droste-Museum im Fürstenhäusle: Die Meersburger Fasnacht wurde im Jahrhundert in Urkunden erwähnt. März von den Konstanzern über den zugefrorenen See nach Meersburg getragen wurde. Bei der nächsten Seegfrörne wird er wieder nach Konstanz gebracht. Die Namen aller Gesellen werden seit jährlich in einem Mitgliedsbuch festgeschrieben. Der Oberpfleger wird für vier Jahre gewählt und kehrt danach wieder in den Kreis der Gesellen zurück. Die Gesellen sind zum Frieden untereinander verpflichtet.

At times Jews accounted for one quarter of the city's population. It appears that they lived initially mostly on Goldschmiedstrasse, also called "Judengasse" Jew Alley.

In a separate Jewish area was developed on Friedrichstrasse, about 1 kilometer outside the city. Only 10 families were allowed to remain in town, all others had to move into the new development. By the 19th century, Jewish families were again able to reside anywhere.

Between and Hechingen had three synagogues: Jews contributed signicifantly to the rapid industrialization of the town in the 19th century; almost all textile as well as other manufacturing facilities were founded by Jewish enterpreneurs. In medieval times Jews had already settled in the charming town of Haigerloch.

A more recent community dates back to the 16th century. Until Jews mainly rented dwellings in town. Thereafter the town ordered local Jews to settle in its "Haag" district.

A synagogue was built at its center in and destroyed in However, the building remains restored in So does the structure next door, which in former times housed the mikve, as well as a nearby building of the Jewish community center, erected in , which contained classrooms and residences to the rabbi and school teacher.

A Jewish cemetery had existed in the 16th century far outside Haigerloch, in a forest near Weildorf. Only a few stones still exist. Since a new cemetery has been located below the Haag residential area. It includes several commemorative markers. Several Jewish communities made their home in the upper Neckar valley region. The presence of Jews in Rottweil is documented back to the Middle Ages. What used to be the "Judengasse" Jew Alley is now Lorenzgasse, but no other indications of their residence are extant today.

Even though Jewish families were again allowed to reside in town in , the city's Jewish community remained small in the following decades. Yet a prayer hall existed in Cameralamtsgasse 6; the room, demolished in , was restored under the guidance of experts by the city's youths in The cemetery on the corner of Hoferstrasse and Lindenstrasse was dedicated in Of several Jewish communites in the region around Horb on the Neckar River, a small settlement in Dettensee existed until the beginning of the 20th century; its synagogue was dismantled after the dissolution of the community in Only the cemetery east of town evidences Dettensee's Jewish history.

A small Jewish community in Mühlen am Neckar suffered a similar fate. Its Jews left before World War I. Their graveyard on Egelstaler Weg southwest of the railroad station is the only memento of their former presence. Of greater significance are the communities in Mühringen, Nordstetten and Rexingen. Mühringen , where a rabbinate was established for many decades, had more than Jewish residents in The large synagogue , built in as an integral part of the town, escaped destruction in , but was torn down in The former rabbinate building still exists; it had also housed the "Hirsch", a Jewish inn.

Relicts of its ritual bath are still in the basement. The large Mühringen cemetery in a forest east of town is particularly impressive. Nordstetten's best known Jewish citizen, Berthold Auerbach born in Nordstetten in , died in Cannes, France, in , ranks among Germany's most popular 19th century anthors. His family resided in Nordstetten for more than years; Auerbach's house of birth on Fabrikweg 2 still stands. His grave is prominently placed in the Jewish cemetery.

Nordstetten's synagogue was torn down around Rexingen had been home to a Jewish community since the 16th century. For decades its population exceeded people.

Unlike others, the community did not simply dissolve after ; it displaced to Israel wehre in emigrants from Rexingen founded Shavej Zion, a settlement north of Akko. Its foyer displays many documents recalling the history of the town's Jewish population. The cemetery south of town, established in , survided intact. Until the Nazi era Horb hat a Jewish community in the middle Ages, in the 17thth century, and yet another since the second half of the 19th century. A prayer hall , dating to the time of the last settlement, is in the building at Fürstabt-Gerber-Strasse 2.

The prayer hall was destroyed in , but the building still stands. The small cemetery on Mühlener Strasse, one kilometer outside town, opened in From the 16th century until the time of the Nazis numerous Jewish families resided in Baisingen , northeast of Horb. A synagogue was built in the socalled "Judengässle" small Jewish alley in , wrecked in and used for storage after The building was restored as a museum and memorial in The Jewish community, revived in the 19th century, erected a synagogue at Gartenstrasse 33 in It was raided in The community's dead were buried near Wankheim a district of Kusterdingen in a cemetery built for the Jewish community that lived in Wankheim in the 18th and 19th century.

After Tübingen dedicated its own synagogue in , the Wankheim house of worship was torn down. In the 19th century nearly every second Jebenhausen resident was Jewish. Today their significance is reflected not only in the cemetery , but also in the Jewish museum , located in Jebenhausen's old Protestant church. It showcases memorabilia of Jebenhausen's and Göppingen's Jewish history. When the former synagogue was taken down in , some of its interior furnishings were donated to the Protestant church.

Göppingen's Jewish enterpreneurs were instrumental in the industrialization of the city during the second half of the 19th century.

A memorial on Freihofstrasse recalls the former site of the synagogue , destroyed in Since the municipal cemetery on Hohenstaufenstrasse has also included a Jewish section. In the Middle Ages many Jews resided in Esslingen ; however there are no architectural traces of their presence.

A new Jewish community, established in , built a central facility, including a synagogue , school and teachers's apartment on Im Heppächer 13 in The building, although damaged in , still stands. The old Jewish cemetery , in use from to , is on the corner of Mittlere Beutau and Turmstrasse; the new cemetery is part of the public Ebershalden burial grounds.

Esslingen's Israelite orphanage "Wilhelmspflege", operated until in the building of Mülbergerstrasse today Theodor Rothschild house , is especially noteworthy. Jewish communities became re-established in both cities in the 19th century; with a population of nearly 5, around , Stuttgart developed quickly into Württemberg's largest Jewish settlement.

Bad Cannstatt had almost Jewish residents at the turn of the century There are four Jewish cemeteries: None of the synagogues, all built in the 19th century, escaped the destruction in The current Stuttgart synagogue at Hospitalstrasse 36, erected in on the site of the former Synagogue , is adjacent to the Jewish community center of the "Israelite Religous Community in Württemberg".

It has 2, members as of The city is studded with reminders of the former Jewish community and its prominent members; among others, the memorial to Otto Hirsch on the Otto-Hirsch-bridges above Stuttgart's harbour. The Jewish section of the Prag cemetery contains a monument to the 2, Jewish citizens of Württemberg murdered between and The "Judengasse" Jew Alley , now the Zwingergasse, was the community's residential area.

Jakob ben Yehuda Weil, a leading Jewish scholar, who was born in Weil der Stadt in and died in Erfurt in , won recognition for the town. Several Jewish settlement were located in the Ludwigsburg area. The communities in Aldingen and Hochberg ceased to exist around when its constituents migrated to the cities.

Nevertheless, the synagogue building in Hochberg has been wellkept because it has been a Methodist church since The cemetery on on a hill above the Neckar River has also been preserved. The burial ground served Jews from Aldingen and, for a while during the 19th century, also those from Stuttgart, Cannstatt and Ludwigsburg. Freudental , northwest of Ludwigsburg, was a center of Jewish life for a large region in the 18thth century.

Strombergstrasse, once the "Judengasse" Jew Alley , was the principal Jewish residential area. A number of buildings recalls its Jewish history. There is the "Judenschlössle", the socalled small Jewish castle and, adjacent to it, the beautiful synagogue , built in , demolished in , but restored in Together with the adjacent structures, some newly constructed, the building serves as a pedagogical-cultural center which sponsors appearances and shows by lectures and artist of all faiths.

Ludwigsburg is at the center of the aforementioned rural communities. The city attracted many families in the 19th century. Their synagogue at the corner of Alleenstrasse and Solitudestrasse was inaugurated in , wrecked and torn down in The property has been converted into a memorial. Two Jewish cemeteries have been preserved.

Each borders on municipal burial grounds. The older of the two is on Meiereistrasse and the newer , in use since , on the Harteneckstrasse. There were numerous Jewish communities around Heilbronn in the "Unterland" low country of Württemberg, particularly in Horkheim, Sontheim and Talheim, all south of the city. At the end of the 17th century Horkheim took in a number of Jewish families.

Their apartments, houses and a synagogue were established in the former water castle. Sontheim is believed to have harbored its first Jewish settlement in the 13th century, and later another in the 17th century.

The former synagogue was dismantled in A Jewish cemetery southwest of town was built in cooperation with the Talheim and Horkheim communities in Erected in , it was still caring for Jewish seniors in The facility is a clinic today. In the 18th and 19th centuries Jewish families in Talheim made their homes primarily in buildings once part of a fortified castle. A synagogue was built in the courtyard. Destroyed in , it is now recalled by a memorial plaque. Affaltrach, Eschenau and Lehrensteinsfeld are especially noteworthy among the Jewish communities east of Heilbronn.

The first Jews in Affaltrach came in the 17th century. By midth century the community had grown to about people. Because of its proximity to Eschenau, Affaltrach did not always have a synagogue. At time Affaltrach Jews worshipped at the Eschenau synagogue - and vice versa.

The new synagogue built in Affaltrach at Untere Gasse 6 in included a Jewish school, the teachers's residence and mikve. The building, ransacked in , became a warehouse and apartment building after The structure, rehabilitated from is now used for cultural events and as a center for documenting the history of Jewis in the county and city of Heilbronn.

From the 17th century to some Jewish dead from town and its environs were buried in the community's cemetery outside Affaltrach. In the 17th century Jews also lived in Eschenau. By their settlement had shrunk to the extent that the synagogue on Treuchtlinger Strasse 9 was sold and converted into an apartment house.

In the Eschenau castle was a waystation for many older Jews being deported from Stuttgart and other cities. Jews resided in the Lehren district of Lehrensteinsfeld from the 16th century to The regional rabbi lived in town.

His rabbinate later moved to Heilbronn. Jews largely occupied the "Judengasse" Jew Alley. Their dead were buried in Affaltrach. Jewish communities existed in Öhringen during the Middle Ages and since the second half of the 19th century.

The structure in Untere Torstrasse 23, where religious services were held from until the building was ransacked in , still stands. A Jewish cemetery was opened on the street "Im Schönblick" in Neckarsulm , north of Heilbronn, is believed to have been home to a Jewish community in the 13th century. Largely due to the severe damage sustained by the city in , all traces of its Jewish history have been obliterated. The former "Judengasse" Jew Alley no longer exists.

The erstwhile synagogue , in use until , also fell victim to the ravages of war in What remains is the space occupied by the Jewish cemetery , located at the Waldenberg, adjacent to today's municipal burial ground. The cemetery was completely destroyed in ; its grave markers were mostly used as paving stones. Mounds of shattered fragments can still be found in the graveyard. The inscription on the building of Schwibbogengasse 5 in Bad Wimpfen displays the name of its Jewish owner in In later decades this house also accomodated a prayer room, a ritual bath and the Jewish school.

One of the most beautiful Jewish cemeteries in southern Germany, is near Heinsheim, part of Bad Rappenau. Since the 16th century the facility had been the central graveyard for numerous neighbouring Jewish communities.

Some of its more than 1, headstones are exceptionally well designed. Several Jewish communities were established around Eppingen and Sinsheim, west of Heilbronn.

Although the structure of Küfergasse 2, home of the former synagogue in Eppingen , now serves as a residence, its cellar still contains a ritual bath constructed in the 16th century. The buildings exterior is decorated with the most beautiful wedding "Chuppa" stone in southern Germany.

The synagogue, erected in on Kaiserstrasse 6 at the corner of Ludwig-Zorn-Strasse, was destroyed in An abundance of extremely interesting symbolism is to be found in the Jewish cemetery , built in at the end of what in now the Weinbrennerstrasse.

The city of Sinsheim is surrounded by several small villages, many of them home to Jews as well into the 20th century. Sinsheim had Jewish communities in its midst in the Middle Ages and again since the 18th century. The synagogue , built in , at Kleine Grabengasse 6 was destroyed in and dismantled. Über die persönlichen Kontakte hinaus können in sogenannten Business-WGs auch berufliche Verbindungen geschlossen werden.

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