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Coat of arms of the local community Brohl-Lützing
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Coordinates: 50 ° 29 ′  N , 7 ° 20 ′  E

Basic data
State : Rhineland-Palatinate
County : Ahrweiler
Association municipality : Bad Breisig
Height : 70 m above sea level NHN
Area : 9.23 km 2
Residents: 2477 (Dec. 31, 2019)
Population density : 268 inhabitants per km 2
Postal code : 56656
Primaries : 02633, 02636Template: Infobox municipality in Germany / maintenance / area code contains text
License plate : AW
Community key : 07 1 31 014
Community structure: 2 districts
Association administration address: Bachstrasse 11
53498 Bad Breisig
Website :
Local Mayor : Frank Gondert
Location of the local community Brohl-Lützing in the Ahrweiler district
Remagen Grafschaft (Rheinland) Bad Neuenahr-Ahrweiler Sinzig Bad Breisig Brohl-Lützing Gönnersdorf (bei Bad Breisig) Waldorf (Rheinland-Pfalz) Burgbrohl Wassenach Glees Niederzissen Wehr (Eifel) Galenberg Oberzissen Brenk Königsfeld (Eifel) Schalkenbach Dedenbach Niederdürenbach Oberdürenbach Weibern (Eifel) Kempenich Hohenleimbach Spessart (Brohltal) Heckenbach Kesseling Kalenborn (bei Altenahr) Berg (bei Ahrweiler) Kirchsahr Lind (bei Altenahr) Rech Dernau Mayschoß Altenahr Ahrbrück Hönningen Kaltenborn Adenau Herschbroich Meuspath Leimbach (bei Adenau) Dümpelfeld Nürburg (Gemeinde) Müllenbach (bei Adenau) Quiddelbach Hümmel Ohlenhard Wershofen Aremberg Wiesemscheid Kottenborn Wimbach Honerath Bauler (Landkreis Ahrweiler) Senscheid Pomster Dankerath Trierscheid Barweiler Reifferscheid Sierscheid Harscheid (bei Adenau) Dorsel Hoffeld (Eifel) Wirft Rodder Müsch Eichenbach Antweiler Fuchshofen Winnerath Insul Schuld (Ahr) Nordrhein-Westfalen Landkreis Neuwied Landkreis Vulkaneifel Landkreis Mayen-Koblenzmap
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View over the district of Brohl in the Rhine Valley
View of the Niederlützingen district above the Rhine Valley

Brohl-Lützing is a municipality in the Ahrweiler district in Rhineland-Palatinate . It belongs to the Bad Breisig community .


The community is divided into the two districts Brohl and Niederlützingen . The district of Brohl also includes the Augustaburg castle residential area , the Niederlützingen district of the Auf dem Eichholz, Drei Birken house, Netz house, Netzermühle, Schweppenburg , Waldesruh and Zerwasmühle.


Today's community was created on November 7, 1970 through a merger in the form of a new formation from the previously independent communities Brohl (then 2,017 inhabitants) and Niederlützingen (955 inhabitants). The municipality name Brohl-Lützing was given on February 1, 1971.

Population development

The development of the population of Brohl-Lützing in relation to the municipality area; the values ​​from 1871 to 1987 are based on censuses:

year Residents
1815 1.014
1835 1,409
1871 1,430
1905 2,546
1939 2,617
1950 2,949
year Residents
1961 2,968
1970 2,958
1987 2,609
1997 2,636
2005 2,670
2019 2,477


Municipal council

The local council in Brohl-Lützing consists of 20 council members, who were elected in the local elections on May 26, 2019 , and the honorary local mayor as chairman.

The distribution of seats in the municipal council:

choice SPD CDU FWG WGS total
2019 - - 11 9 20 seats
2014 - - 9 7th 16 seats
2009 3 9 8th - 20 seats
2004 5 11 4th - 20 seats
  • WGS = Schäfer voter group


Frank Gondert became the local mayor of Brohl-Lützing on August 13, 2019. In the direct election on May 26, 2019, he was elected for five years with 62.53% of the vote.

Gondert's predecessors as local mayor from 2014 to 2019 were Michael R. Schäfer and previously Christel Ripoll, who held the office for 15 years.

coat of arms

Blazon : "Divided by gold and black, above a black, gold-armored and gold-tongued growing lion , below two silver-tipped red diagonally crossed arrows, angled by six, above and below by one each, in front and behind with two golden spheres each in poles."

Significance of the coat of arms: The upper part of the shield shows in gold the black lion of Jülich , whose dukes exercised the bailiff in Brohl ("Breisiger Ländchen") since the late Middle Ages, the lower part is the old seal of Breisig (as coat of arms: "In silver two blue-tipped crossed red arrows, angled by six, above and below by one each, in front and behind bars of two blue balls each. "), which is also part of the coat of arms of the Reichsstift Essen (there:" In silver two black crossed arrows, angled by a black crescent moon, one at the bottom, two balls each in front and back. ”), to which Brohl and Breisig belonged by donation from the time of Abbess Mathilde (971-1011) to 1794.


Church window from 1681 in the former chapel of St. John the Baptist in Brohl with the names of their donors, today shown in the museum in the parish church of the same name as the "donor window". Photo: Resi Schwerter
  • Parishes: St. John the Baptist in Brohl ( r. K. ) And St. Lambertus in Niederlützingen (r. K.), A common pastor who is also responsible for the branch parish in Oberlützingen (municipality of Burgbrohl ); the Protestant fellow citizens belong to the community that is based in Bad Breisig
  • Kindergartens: two; a church in Brohl, a communal in Niederlützingen

Leo Stausberg School

At the half-day elementary school in Brohl (Leo Stausberg School), 78 children are cared for in 5 classes (October 2009). The catchment area includes the towns of Brohl (Rhine) and Lützing.

The history of the school begins in 1923 with the laying of the foundation stone for the Brohl elementary school building at its current location. With the construction of the gym in the schoolyard, the school was expanded in 1972. The school reform of 1973 resulted in the reorganization into a one or two-class elementary school , which was then merged with the Niederlützingen elementary school in 1976. The school was given its current name in 1993 on the occasion of the 70th school anniversary in memory of Leo Stausberg (1901 - 1968), Rector a. a. this school, mayor and local history researcher. In 1997 the school was expanded again by building an extension. There is also a school camp.


See also

Web links

Commons : Brohl-Lützing  - Collection of Images

Individual evidence

  1. a b State Statistical Office of Rhineland-Palatinate - population status 2019, districts, municipalities, association communities ( help on this ).
  2. State Statistical Office Rhineland-Palatinate (ed.): Official directory of the municipalities and parts of the municipality. Status: January 2019 [ Version 2020 is available. ] . S. 9 (PDF; 3 MB).
  3. Official municipality directory 2006 ( Memento from December 22, 2017 in the Internet Archive ) (= State Statistical Office Rhineland-Palatinate [Hrsg.]: Statistical volumes . Volume 393 ). Bad Ems March 2006, p. 173 (PDF; 2.6 MB). Info: An up-to-date directory ( 2016 ) is available, but in the section "Territorial changes - Territorial administrative reform" it does not give any population figures.  
  4. State Statistical Office Rhineland-Palatinate - regional data
  5. ^ The Regional Returning Officer Rhineland-Palatinate: Local elections 2019, city and municipal council elections
  6. Dr. Frank Gondert takes over from Michael R. Schäfer. In: Blick Aktuell. Krupp Verlags GmbH, Sinzig, August 20, 2019, accessed on July 20, 2020 .
  7. ^ The Regional Returning Officer Rhineland-Palatinate: direct elections 2019. see Bad Breisig, Verbandsgemeinde, second line of results. Retrieved July 20, 2020 .
  8. Michael R. Schäfer replaces Christel Ripoll. In: Blick Aktuell. Krupp Verlags GmbH, Sinzig, July 15, 2014, accessed on July 20, 2020 .
  9. Leo Stausberg `` Ländchen Breisig and Principality of Essen, a study of the history of the country '', Bad Niederbreisig administrative office, 1963, where the following text can be found on page 93: In 1912 the chapel was demolished. What was left was a small stained window, now in the parish church. In addition to the year 1681, it contains the names of the 19 citizens and fathers of the family who built the chapel: Heinrich Büntgen, Peter Wengter, Dederich Müller, Adam Kly, Anton Bohr, Wilhelm Büntgen, Georg Bentz, Caspar Stein, Paulus Raubach, Peter Stenz, Cressant Georgen, Wilhelm Coll, Joannes Coll, Mattheis Müller, Wendel Nonn, Heinrich Morshausen, Theis Kly, Hermen Nonn, Wilhelm Nonn.
  10. Leo Stausberg `` Ländchen Breisig and Principality of Essen, a study of the history of the country '', Bad Niederbreisig administration, 1963
  11. hiking trails. Brohler Kulturverein Aalschokker Katharina e. V., accessed on March 19, 2018 .