|Height :||200 m above sea level NHN|
|Area :||7.11 km²|
|Residents :||1521 (Jul 31, 2018)|
|Population density :||214 inhabitants / km²|
|Incorporation :||1st August 1969|
|Postal code :||53343|
|Area code :||02225|
Location of Adendorf in North Rhine-Westphalia
Adendorf is one of 13 districts of the municipality of Wachtberg in the Rhein-Sieg district in North Rhine-Westphalia . Until the municipal reorganization in 1969, Adendorf was a municipality belonging to the Meckenheim district in what was then the district of Bonn .
The place is known for its traditional pottery ("Töpferort Adendorf").
Neighboring places and communities
The following places border on Adendorf (they are called clockwise , starting in the north, and all, with the exception of Eckendorf and Gelsdorf , which are in the Ahrweiler district in Rhineland-Palatinate , belong to the North Rhine-Westphalian Rhein-Sieg district Meckenheim , Merl , Ersdorf and Altendorf to the city of Meckenheim): Merl , Villip , Klein Villip, Arzdorf , Fritzdorf , Eckendorf, Gelsdorf, Altendorf, Ersdorf, Meckenheim
The settlement goes back to prehistoric times, on the Lößfeld between the present location Adendorf and the castle Munchausen were Neolithic tools unearthed in at least a temporary settlement suggest. In the area of today's clay pit , a Roman villa rustica was found in the 20th century , of which there are no more traces today. In contrast, the ancient Trotzenburg refuge north-east of the village has been preserved as a ground monument. A moth hill on the southern edge of the village has been preserved from post-Roman times , the outer bailey of which is now the sheep farm . In Franconian times, the Cumbe farm in Adendorf belonged to the Prüm Monastery , according to written sources . The first known mention of the place name Adendorf comes from the year 893.
Between 1510 and 1815, the Adendorf castle with the three villages of the Adendorf rulership belonged to the von der Leyen -Adendorf family, and since 1526 also the Münchhausen bei Adendorf customs castle , which was mentioned in the Prümer Urbar from 893. In 1669, the von der Leyen family was able to exchange the imperial immediacy of the Adendorfer Dingstuhl from the von Jülich family . In the 17th century, Mr. Hugo Ernst von der Leyen bought Westerwald potters from the Höhr-Grenzhausen area in order to use the Adendorf clay deposits economically.
In 1815 the Rhineland and with it Adendorf fell to Prussia . The village was the administrative seat of mayor Adendorf in county Rheinbach in Cologne Region of the Province of Jülich-Cleves-Berg , the 1822 with the Grand Duchy of the Lower Rhine to the Rhine province was merged. The mayor's office was later moved to Meckenheim. At the census on December 1, 1912, the community of Adendorf had 838 inhabitants.
When the Rheinbach district was dissolved in 1932, Adendorf became part of the Bonn district. On August 1, 1969, the community was (by the law for local reorganization of space Bonn Bonn Act ) with the communities of the Office Villip together and communities Arzdorf and Fritzendorf the Office Meckenheim the new municipality Wachtberg, that of together with the other parts at the same time dissolved district Bonn (if not incorporated into Bonn or Wesseling) was incorporated into the Siegkreis , which has since been called Rhein-Sieg-Kreis .
Culture and sights
The Catholic Church of St. Margareta was built in 1515, thoroughly renovated from 1770 to 1780 and extended by two yokes to the west around 1900. The church building stands as a monument under monument protection .
Adendorf Castle and Münchhausen Castle are located in Adendorf, as well as the only textile factory in the old district of Bonn-Land.
The culture operation Drehwerk 1719 is also known regionally .
Lived in the district of Adendorf (including Klein-Villip) (including second residences)
Adendorf is the seat of the Adendorf Community Primary School ( Schule am Wald ). In the five classes, 115 students from the Wachtberg districts of Adendorf, Arzdorf, Fritzdorf and Klein Villip are currently being taught. The association supervised schools Rhein-Sieg e. V. offers childcare at the school as part of an open all-day school .
Chairman of the local representation in Adendorf: Volker Gütten (CDU), (as of 2016).
- Franz Petri , Georg Droege , Friedrich von Klocke , Johannes Bauermann (eds.), Klaus Flink: Handbook of the historical sites of Germany . Volume 3: North Rhine-Westphalia (= Kröner's pocket edition . Volume 273). 2nd, revised edition. Kröner, Stuttgart 1970, (A new edition of this book was published in 2006 under ISBN 3-520-27303-9 ).
- Population municipality of Wachtberg (as of July 31, 2018)
- history. In: Adendorf Castle. Retrieved September 10, 2018 .
- Martin Bünermann: The communities of the first reorganization program in North Rhine-Westphalia . Deutscher Gemeindeverlag, Cologne 1970, p. 83 .
- List of monuments of the municipality of Wachtberg , number A 144
- Open all day. Community Primary School (GGS) "Schule am Wald", accessed on September 10, 2018 .