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|Association municipality :||Flechtingen|
|Height :||118 m above sea level NHN|
|Area :||43.17 km 2|
|Residents:||1065 (Dec. 31, 2019)|
|Population density :||25 inhabitants per km 2|
|Postcodes :||39343 (Altenhausen, Emden, Ivenrode)|
|Area code :||039052|
|License plate :||BK , BÖ, HDL, OC, OK, WMS, WZL|
|Community key :||15 0 83 020|
|LOCODE :||DE 2AI|
|Community structure:||3 districts|
|Association administration address:||Lindenplatz 13/15
|Mayor :||Jürgen Kuhnert|
|Location of the community Altenhausen in the district of Börde|
Districts of the municipality:
On September 30, 1928, the manor district of Altenhausen was merged with the rural community of Altenhausen.
On the basis of §§ 17 and 18 of the municipal code for the state of Saxony-Anhalt (GO LSA) in the currently applicable version, the municipal councils of the municipalities Altenhausen (on: May 19, 2008), Emden (on: May 19, 2008) and Ivenrode (on: May 6th, 2008) decided that their municipalities should be dissolved and merged into a new member municipality of an association municipality in accordance with Section 2, Paragraph 7, Clause 4 of the Basic Law on Community Regulations (GemNeuglGrG). When the contract came into force on January 1, 2010, the previously independent communities of Altenhausen, Emden and Ivenrode were dissolved. The new community was named Altenhausen.
According to the local elections on December 6, 2009, the council has 12 members. The turnout was 61.22%. The choice brought the following result:
- Voting group We for ourselves: 12 seats
Another member of the council and its chairman is the mayor.
Jürgen Kuhnert has been the honorary mayor in office since September 22, 2013. The predecessor was Wolfgang Behrends.
coat of arms
The coat of arms was approved on March 18, 2011 by the Börde district and registered under No. 3/2011 in the Saxony-Anhalt state archive .
Blazon : “Divided in the Göpel cut; In front in blue an eight-pointed faceted golden star, in back growing in gold a blue-clad black-haired maid with a silver apron, holding three green ears of wheat in her right hand and a black rake in her left hand, and below, in green, a rooted silver tree stump with freshly cut silver beech leaves . "
The coat of arms was designed by Thomas Rystau from Hundisburg.
History of the Altenhausen district
Altenhausen came into being during the Carolingian era . In the middle of the 12th century Aldenhusen was an important castle and was owned by the Counts of Veltheim-Osterburg . Partly they also carried the name Graf von Altenhausen. The Osterburg house died out in 1242 and is said to have been inherited by the dukes of Braunschweig. However, they recognized the feudal sovereignty of the Magdeburg bishops as early as 1244 . Between 1267 and 1277 the Margraves of Brandenburg had a half share in the Altenhausen hunt.
Altenhausen suffered severe damage during the Thirty Years' War . In 1625 General Wallensteins von Schlick succeeded in occupying the castle complex. However, Christian von Braunschweig was able to recapture it and from there set fire to the area. In 1631 imperial, in 1636 Saxon and Swedish troops looted Altenhausen.
After the end of the war, the Altenhausen estate was divided between 1653 and 1774 between two members of the von der Schulenburg family. The von der Schulenburg were entitled to the jurisdiction , the patronage right , the tithe and the services.
The buildings of the castle, which still shape the townscape today, were built in the 15th and 16th centuries. A renovation took place at the end of the 19th century. During this time, the style was Gothic Revival built mansion and the dungeon .
Culture and sights
- The Alexander Gate was built by Alexander von der Schulenburg in 1696.
- Altenhausen Castle , built in the 15th century.
- Trinity Church , built in 1594.
The cultural monuments located in the municipality are entered in the local register of monuments.
Economy and Infrastructure
To the federal highway 1 , which connects Braunschweig with Magdeburg , it is about five kilometers in a south direction. The federal motorway 2 (junction Eilsleben ) is reached after 8 km. Altenhausen is on Landesstraße 25, which connects Erxleben with Calvörde . Altenhausen lies on the Haldensleben – Weferlingen railway line, which is used exclusively for freight traffic .
- Gustav Adolf von der Schulenburg (1632–1691), privy councilor and chamber president
- Matthias Johann von der Schulenburg (1661–1747), Prussian Field Marshal General
- Daniel Bodo von der Schulenburg (1662–1732), royal Polish and electoral Saxon lieutenant general and from 1720 heir, feudal lord and court lord
- Alexander von der Schulenburg (1662–1733), lieutenant general and governor of Celle in the Electoral Braunschweig-Lüneburg district
- Melusine von der Schulenburg (1667–1743), mistress of the Brunswick-Lüneburg Elector and King George I.
- Hermann von der Schulenburg , (1794–1860), Prussian general
- Karl Ludwig von der Schulenburg (1799–1880), Prussian landowner, insurance director and member of parliament
- Wilhelm Appuhn (1804–1882), Protestant theologian
- Hermann von der Schulenburg (1829–1865), Prussian officer and Capuchin
- Gustav Maass (1830–1901), botanist, local researcher; lived in the village from 1862 until his death and carried out his research from here.
- Wilhelm Rauch (1871–1952), local poet; first lived in Altenhausen, from around 1922 until his death in Gutenswegen.
- State Statistical Office Saxony-Anhalt, population of the municipalities - as of December 31, 2019 (PDF) (update) ( help ).
- Administrative region of Magdeburg (Ed.): Official Gazette of the Government of Magdeburg . 1928, p. 225 . ,
- Territorial change agreement Official Gazette of the District No. 47/2009
- Official Gazette of the District No. 19/2011 (PDF; 390 kB)
- Material on Altenhausen Castle in the Duncker Collection of the Central and State Library Berlin (PDF; 266 kB)