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|Administrative region :||Tübingen|
|Height :||412 m above sea level NHN|
|Area :||11.02 km 2|
|Residents:||5431 (Dec. 31, 2018)|
|Population density :||493 inhabitants per km 2|
|Postal code :||72135|
|Area code :||07157|
|License plate :||TÜ|
|Community key :||08 4 16 009|
|Address of the
|Mayor :||Thomas Engesser|
|Location of the community of Dettenhausen in the Tübingen district|
Dettenhausen is located in the Schönbuch clearing , about twelve kilometers southeast of Böblingen . It is located on the northern edge of the forest area and the Schönbuch nature park of the same name . The Betzenberg rises to the east- northeast . The village is traversed by the Sheikh . The main road in 1208 (formerly State Road 27 ) Stuttgart - Tübingen leads through.
The following cities and municipalities border the municipality of Dettenhausen, they are named starting in the north in clockwise direction and belong to the district of Böblingen and the districts of Reutlingen ¹ and Tübingen ²:
The village of Dettenhausen and the single house Hirschland belong to the municipality of Dettenhausen.
The first documentary mention of the community as Detenhusen was around the year 1100. However, it is assumed that around 700 people already settled there. During the time of the tribal duchies , the place was in the Duchy of Swabia .
Around 1120 the Counts von Berg gave the village to the Hirsau Monastery . During the 13th century, the Count Palatine of Tübingen owned the Bailiwick , and since 1298 the Bebenhausen Monastery . In the 14th century the dukes of Urslingen had rulership rights, which they sold to the county of Württemberg in 1363 . At the time of the Duchy of Württemberg, Dettenhausen was assigned to the office of Böblingen .
In the course of the implementation of the new administrative structure in the Kingdom of Württemberg founded in 1806 , Dettenhausen was assigned to the Upper Office of Tübingen in 1811 . During the district reform during the Nazi era in Württemberg , the place became part of the Tübingen district in 1938. In 1945 Dettenhausen became part of the French zone of occupation and thus came to the newly founded state of Württemberg-Hohenzollern , which was incorporated into the state of Baden-Württemberg in 1952.
The municipal council in Dettenhausen has 14 members. The local elections on May 26, 2019 led to the following preliminary final result. The municipal council consists of the elected voluntary councilors and the mayor as chairman. The mayor is entitled to vote in the municipal council.
|Parties and constituencies||
|FWV / BuW||Free electoral association||63.3||9||62.6||9|
|SPD||Social Democratic Party of Germany||18.7||3||13.5||3|
|BÜ / CDU||Civil / Christian Democratic Union of Germany||18.0||2||23.9||2|
Thomas Engesser was elected as the new mayor in the first ballot in November 2010 and re-elected with 66.8% in the November 2018 election. Former mayors were Helmuth Bächle, Kurt Dörr and Hans-Joachim Raich. The latter had held office for 16 years before Engesser.
Culture and sights
Museums and memorials
The Schönbuch Museum shows a lot about life in this area in the three areas of hunting , stone and forest .
A historical international collection of police uniforms by Bernhard Strobel can be seen in the Police Museum.
Monument to Gottlieb Aberle in the cemetery in Dettingen and Riedlingen. Gottlieb Aberle was murdered on April 21, 1945 with two other prisoners by a Gestapo detachment in the forest near Riedlingen, together with two other prisoners, for allegedly 'favoring the enemy'. His offense: He found two seriously injured Canadian pilots in Schönbuch and took them home.
Economy and Infrastructure
There has been a wood-fired thermal power station in Dettenhausen since the end of 2009. The thermal power station is to gradually supply the town with district heating. In 2011 a citizens' cooperative was founded for this purpose. The heating network is to be expanded from the area near the train station to Dettenhausen.
Local daily newspapers: Schwäbisches Tagblatt Tübingen and Stuttgarter Nachrichten .
The Evangelical St. John's Church was built between 1833 and 1834 according to plans by Ludwig Friedrich Gaab in the style of the camera office. It is the parish church of the Protestant local parish in the church district of Tübingen .
- Helmuth Bächle (1917–2007), Mayor 1949–1979
- Stefan Nau (1930–2019), entrepreneur
- Felix Huby (* 1938), journalist and author
Sons and daughters of the church
- Bernhard Zeller (1919–2008), literary historian and archivist
- Wilfried Huber (1925–1986), university and education politician, educational scientist
- Felix Huby (* 1938), journalist and author
People who live or have lived in Dettenhausen
- Lotte Reiniger (1899–1981), cutter and book illustrator, last lived and died in Dettenhausen
- Robert Schlienz (1924–1995), national soccer player, lived in Dettenhausen
- Uwe Stamer (* 1944), Protestant religious educator
People who worked on site
- Ludwig Friedrich Gaab (1800–1869) architect and construction clerk, architect of the Johanneskirche in Dettenhausen.
- Comprehensive materials on community history can be found in the community chronicle Dettenhausen - Past and Present , Silberburg-Verlag , Tübingen 2000, ISBN 3-87407-367-X .
- Wilhelm Böhringer: Heimatbuch der Schönbuchgemeinde Dettenhausen, Mayor's Office Dettenhausen 1973.
- State Statistical Office Baden-Württemberg - Population by nationality and gender on December 31, 2018 (CSV file) ( help on this ).
- The state of Baden-Württemberg. Official description by district and municipality. Volume VII: Tübingen administrative region. Kohlhammer, Stuttgart 1978, ISBN 3-17-004807-4 . Pp. 123-124
- 60 years ago Gottlieb Aberle from Dettenhausen was shot. In: tagblatt.de. September 2, 2016, accessed February 9, 2016 .
- tagblatt.de of July 16, 2011
- tagblatt.de of January 21, 2012
- Data sheet , accessed on May 8, 2013
- Official website of the parish , accessed on September 1, 2018
- Construction and condition description , accessed on May 8, 2013
- Obituary for the death of Mr. Stefan Nau, honorary citizen of the community of Dettenhausen. Retrieved November 6, 2019 .
- Felix Huby becomes an honorary citizen. Retrieved January 6, 2019 .