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|State :||North Rhine-Westphalia|
|Administrative region :||Dusseldorf|
|Height :||160 m above sea level NHN|
|Area :||24.19 km 2|
|Residents:||30,406 (Dec. 31, 2019)|
|Population density :||1257 inhabitants per km 2|
|Postal code :||42781|
|Primaries :||02129, 02104 (greetings)|
|License plate :||ME|
|Community key :||05 1 58 008|
|LOCODE :||DE HAA|
|Mayoress :||Bettina Warnecke ( independent )|
|Location of the city of Haan in the Mettmann district|
Haan is about halfway between Düsseldorf (18 km away) and Wuppertal (13 km away) in the Bergisches Land at the transition to the Lower Rhine Bay . Haan is economically influenced by the Rhine rail . Architecturally and culturally, Haan is part of the Bergisches Land, which is evident from the many half-timbered houses. With around 30,000 inhabitants, Haan is the third smallest of the ten cities in the Mettmann district. The highest point in the city is 213 m above sea level , the lowest point 72 m above sea level, the average height is 150 m.
Haan is traversed by the Düssel in the northern part and by the Itter in the southern part . The Itter largely forms the city limits with Solingen. Haan borders on the following cities belonging to and independent district (starting in the north and running clockwise): Mettmann , Wuppertal, Solingen , Hilden and Erkrath .
The city is surrounded by an extensive green belt, starting with the Osterholz in the northeast, over the Ittertal in the entire south, the Kesselsweier and the Hildener Stadtwald in the west to the Düsseltal and the foothills of the Neandertal in the northwest. Within the settlement area, the Haaner Bachtal extends from the east of Haans to close to the city center, as well as the area around the Sandbach in the west of the city. In the city center, too, great attention is paid to well-tended green spaces, so that colorful flowering plants can be seen there, especially in summer.
The origins of Haans are approximately to the year 2200 BC. Dated. At that time, a settlement in the shape of Hag was founded in what is now the city center , i.e. equipped with a rampart, picket fence and hedge strips. Accordingly, the name "Haan" should be derived from Hagen , with a remodeling analogous to Hain .
From 718 AD Haan was close to the Saxon - Franconian border between Sonnborn and Elberfeld (both now part of Wuppertal ) . Since today's Kaiserstraße was a parade route for the Franconian troops to the east, a sutler was established in Haan to supply the soldiers.
Even before the beginning of the High Middle Ages , Haan and Hilden belonged to the Archdiocese of Cologne and was initially one of the enclaves within this territorial area after the formation of the county and later Duchy of Berg . As early as 850 a pre-Romanesque chapel or church was built on the old church square , which Archbishop Wichfried of Cologne consecrated in 935. At that time this church was under the control of the main church in Hilden.
In 1386, the road from Hilden via Haan to Elberfeld, today's federal road 228 , was first mentioned in a document. The first evidence of the grinding and weaving trade , which was widespread in Haan until the 20th century, can be dated back to the years 1589 and 1724.
In the second half of the 16th century the Haan church was reformed .
Until 1806 Haan, Obgruiten and Gruiten belonged to the Solingen office , Ellscheid to the Mettmann office within the Duchy of Berg. In 1808 the towns of Haan, Ellscheid, Millrath (now part of Erkrath ), Gruiten, Schöller and Sonnborn (both now part of Wuppertal) came under French rule and were united to form " Mairie Haan". In 1815 this Mairie was placed under Prussian administration and rededicated as a Prussian mayor's office. At this time the following seven special household communities belonged to the mayor's office : Parish Haan, Honschaft Ellscheid , Honschaft Millrath , Honschaft Gruiten , Honschaft Schöller , Honschaft Obgruiten and Kirchspiel Sonnborn.
In 1841, with the completion of the Elberfeld-Gruiten-Düsseldorf railway line , Haan was connected to the steadily expanding rail network. Another connection followed in 1867 with the Ohligs-Gruiten line.
In the same year Sonnborn left the mayor's office in Haan. In 1894 Haan left the mayor's office and Millrath, Gruiten and Schöller formed the mayor's office from then on, and later the Gruiten office .
At the turn of the year 1944/1945 the Second World War left visible traces in the cityscape when residential areas in Ober- and Mittelhaan were bombed on New Year's Eve and New Year's Day. 70 people were killed. On April 16, 1945, US troops entered Haan, which were relieved by British forces in July 1945 .
Since July 14, 2017, Haan has had the addition of "garden city" to its name in accordance with Section 13 (3) of the municipal code for the state of North Rhine-Westphalia . The city had already referred to itself as a "garden city" on the outside. In the 19th century, the houses were allocated deep garden areas; Seed traders played an important role in the urban economy.
- On May 3, 1876, the rural community of Ellscheid was incorporated into Haan.
- On April 1, 1894 there were various reclassifications: The community of Obgruiten was incorporated into Gruiten. The Haaner residential areas "Simonshöfchen", "Ölbers", "Linden" and two smaller areas were incorporated into Gruiten, "Simonshaus", "Schlüssel" and "Porten" according to Vohwinkel.
- On August 1, 1929, the Gruitener, until 1894 Haaner, residential area "Simonshöfchen" was moved to Barmen-Elberfeld. The “Bolthausen” and “Mais” residential areas in Haan also ended up in Barmen-Elberfeld.
- On May 15, 1930, the Haaner residential areas "Klappmütze" (Ellscheid) and "Bücherberg" were incorporated into Gruiten. Furthermore, the Millrather residential area "Frinsberg" was re-municipalityed to Gruiten.
- On January 1, 1975, Gruiten was incorporated into Haan as part of the municipal reorganization in North Rhine-Westphalia . The Haaner residential area "Schönholz" was re-pared to Hilden, the residential area "Eickert" was incorporated into the new town of Erkrath (Hochdahl district). Before that, the citizens of Gruiten and Haan had successfully defended themselves against the incorporation of Haans into Solingen and Gruiten into Wuppertal through protests in the state capital Düsseldorf.
(always on December 31st)
According to the 2011 census , 33.7% of the population in 2011 were Protestant , 30.4% Roman Catholic and 35.9% were non-denominational , belonged to another religious community or did not provide any information. The number of Catholics has decreased since then. Currently (as of December 20, 2019) of the 31,118 inhabitants, exactly 9090 (29.2%) Catholics are registered. A year earlier it was 9170.
Results of the city council elections 1975–2014
The CDU , the SPD and the FDP were always represented on the city council. The Green Alternative List , part of Bündnis 90 / Die Grünen , has also been part of the city council since 1984 . The Independent Voting Community Haan has always been able to move into the city council since it was founded in the 2000s. The left was only represented on the city council from 2009 to 2014.
In 2014, both Alternative für Deutschland and the community of voters Lebenswerte Haan succeeded in joining the city council. The parties or communities were only founded in 2013.
Results of the mayoral elections 1999–2015
|1st flat share||2nd flat share||1st flat share||2nd flat share||1st flat share|
|Bettina Warnecke (independent)||33.2%||59.8%||Knut vom Bovert (independent)||48.3%||Knut vom Bovert (independent)||45.6%||72.3%||Martin Mönikes (CDU)||61.8%|
|Knut vom Bovert (independent)||27.0%||40.2%||Klaus Mentrop (CDU)||30.2%||Matthias Nocke (CDU)||30.7%||27.7%||Frieder Angern (SPD)||38.2%|
|Jörg Dürr (SPD)||21.1%||Bernd Stracke (SPD)||18.4%||Bernd Stracke (SPD)||18.5%|
|Meike Lukat (WLH)||17.4%||Michael Henchoz (The Left)||3.1%||Hans-Jürgen Lemmer (GAL)||5.2%|
|Gabriele Haage (individual applicant)||1.4%|
|voter turnout||50.4%||43.8%||voter turnout||58.1%||voter turnout||59.0%||49.3%||voter turnout||58.2%|
As a sign of German - Polish reconciliation, Haans sponsored the former Guttentag-Loben district (now Dobrodzień ) in Upper Silesia, which is now under Polish administration . In 1967 a town twinning with Eu ( Normandy in France ) was added.
In 1982 a town twinning with Berwick-upon-Tweed (Northumberland / Great Britain) was established. After reunification, Bad Lauchstädt in Saxony-Anhalt added to the series of Haan partner cities. In 2004 the previous sponsorship via Dobrodzień was rededicated to a town twinning.
In recognition of its commitment to partnership relationships, the city was awarded the European diploma by the Council of Europe in 1994 and has since held the honorary title of “European Community”. In 1999 the city was also awarded the Council of Europe Flag of Honor . Student exchanges have been taking place between Haan and the partner cities for many years .
Coat of arms, flag and logo
The city has a coat of arms, a flag and an official seal. The right to use a coat of arms was granted to the city in a certificate dated April 29, 1937 by the Upper President of the Rhine Province in Koblenz .
coat of arms
Blazon : "In silver a striding, red-armored black rooster, under the raised right foot a plunging, torn, red-keeled black feather that has fallen obliquely to the left."
The Haaner coat of arms designed by heraldist Wolfgang Pagenstecher is a "talking" coat of arms, although the place name is derived from Hain or Hagen (protected place). The Bergisches Kräher is also supposed to mark the character of the Bergisches Land.
"The city flag has the colors green-white-green (what is meant is horizontal stripes, in a ratio of 1: 3: 1) and the heraldic animal in the white field."
Sights and culture
The numerous houses in the Bergisch slate style are characteristic of the Haan townscape. There are also numerous buildings in other historical architectural styles, especially from the Wilhelmine era.
- The town hall in the style of historicism was built on Kaiserstraße in 1902/1903 based on a design by the local master builder Wilhelm Stricker . The decorated gable above the large leaded glass windows of the council chamber and the turret to the right of the building are exemplary.
- The buildings erected in the first decade of the 20th century on the Alter Markt (see photo above on the right) are a reflection of the Wilhelmine architectural style .
- The Protestant church on Kaiserstraße was given its intended purpose in 1864. The brick building replaced the Romanesque building on the old church square that had been demolished a year earlier and had served as a place of worship since around 850. In the church you can still find the door stone of the old church, one of the oldest church stones in Germany.
- Another well-known example of the slate construction, also known as the Bergisch Baroque , is the Becherhus on Kaiserstraße, built in 1728, which has always served as a restaurant. A fire in 1998 destroyed the attic, which was also used for the restaurant, but it could be restored.
- Another highlight is the group of courtyards on the lower neighboring mountain, which includes ten former weavers and grinders' houses. The settlement, which consists of slate and half-timbered houses, is completely protected and gives a good impression of the old Haan.
- Historicist villas from the turn of the century can be found on Schillerstrasse, Königstrasse, Bahnhofstrasse, Kaiserstrasse and Düsseldorfer Strasse. They bear witness to the prosperity of the manufacturers and upper-class citizens of that time and are still typical of the appearance of the Rhenish-Bergisch towns, which were in an economic boom at the end of the 19th and beginning of the 20th century.
- The Mahnertmühle , a former mill from the 14th century, is located on the city limits of Erkrath. It has been a listed building since 1982 and is now operated as a restaurant.
The small river Itter is located near the city limits of Solingen . The Itter rises near Solingen- Gräfrath , flows into the Rhine near Düsseldorf-Benrath and housed the Kottenwirtschaft on its banks until well into the 20th century : In small, simple houses, bellows, forge hammers and grindstones for metalworking were driven by a water wheel . The famous Solingen blades in particular have their origin here. There are eight former cottages and mills in the Haaner area. From east to west these are the Bastians- and Ernenkotten, the Heidberger Mühle, the Köllers- or Haaner Kotten, the Breidenmühle, the Schaafenkotten, the Brucher Mühle and the Brucher Kotten. Some of the cottages and mills can be traced back to the 15th century. The historic, mostly half-timbered buildings have been preserved except for the Breidenmühle and have either been converted into residential houses or, as in the case of the Heidberger Mühle, into restaurants.
The old town center of Gruiten with its well-preserved half-timbered houses is the largest intact historical settlement in the Haan city area. The oldest building is the Haus am Quall, of which at least one wing can be dated back to the 14th century. The house on the Quall was extensively restored by the specially founded association and can now be used for celebrations, teaching and information events, etc. The Evangelical Reformed Church from 1721 and the Catholic St. Nicholas Church from 1879 tower over the old village.
The so-called "Haans" is a kind of new city mascot, which was designed by Franz Leinfelder , an artist from Haan, and made from painted sheet steel by the company Heuser-Apparatebau. There are eight large, different-colored Haans that are up to 4.50 m high and distributed over the entire city area: among others on the roundabout round Alleestraße, on the Ohligser Straße roundabout, at the cellar gate next to Flurstraße, on Bahnhofstraße and on Böttingerstrasse. In addition, there are 18 small Haans that were for sale and now adorn in some cases shop windows and shops.
Before the sculptures were erected in Haan, they had been on a journey through German museums and exhibitions for ten years. The Haans was conceived by the former private initiative "Haan-Quer", which has now matured into a working group.
Haaner garden pleasure
The "Haaner Gartenlust", a private initiative, is trying to revive the garden city character. Historical predecessors can be found in 1952 and 1954 with the Day of the Flower (accompanied by a flower parade and the award of particularly beautiful private gardens). Since the premiere in June 2006, when ten private gardens were opened to the public, a day of “Haaner Gartenlust” has been held every year on the first Sunday in June.
The Haaner Summer took place for the first time in 2007 when it took part in the state competition “Off to the middle”, in which ideas for revitalizing inner cities were awarded prizes. The private organizers from Haan did not receive a prize for their idea, but nevertheless implemented the plan.
During the summer holidays, the lower part of the Neuer Markt west of the city fountain will be transformed into a beach: helpers distribute large amounts of sand (2011: 160 tons) with shovels and wheelbarrows and then design the area with umbrellas, beach chairs, all kinds of sand play equipment, various beach plants, a tent and a volleyball net , so that a "vacation and beach feeling" can arise. The Haaner Sommer e. V. also organizes a program for "young and old" with numerous helpers: from sandcastle building competition to performances by various Haaner associations, music and artist groups, to singing together.
The annual highlight in the city's calendar of events is the Haaner Kirmes , which always ends on the last Tuesday in September and begins on the previous Saturday. The entire city center of Haan and part of the B 228 will be closed for the street fair with around 400,000 visitors annually.
For the population of Haan, the fair is of great importance, which in other cities in the Rhineland is reserved for the carnival . Here as there, Monday is the highlight of the festivities: On the fair Monday, the Haan shops and offices close early and the children are free from school - this day is the traditional meeting place for Haaners, while the other days tend to "belong" to visitors from outside.
There are different opinions about the historical origins of the Haaner Kirmes. A fair in the Haaner area was first mentioned in a document in 1386. However, some historians suspect that the Haan fair history goes back to the time of the Saxon Wars of Charlemagne in the 8th and 9th centuries. At that time, sutlers could have taken care of the Carolingian soldiers bivouacked in Haan area, near the enemy line running near Sonnborn . The traditional end of the Haaner fair is the fireworks donated by the showmen on Tuesday evening.
Economy and Infrastructure
Along with Solingen, Haan belongs to the so-called Solingen industrial area, which is why Haan companies are allowed to label cutlery with the name “Solingen”, which is protected by the Solingen Ordinance.
There is a round table of companies and schools to find training places.
Haan has good transport connections: the federal motorway 46 (Heinsberg – Düsseldorf – Wuppertal with two junctions) and the federal road 228 (Düsseldorf- Benrath –Wuppertal- Vohwinkel ) cross the city. The Haan station is a stop on the railway line Haan-Gruiten-Köln-Deutz , he is from the RB 48 operates every half hour. The station Haan-Gruiten is from the Rhine-Ruhr S-Bahn operated (Moenchengladbach-Dusseldorf-Wuppertal-Hagen) and also from the RB 48th The Dusseldorf airport is 22 km away.
In addition to the Haan municipal grammar school, there is a secondary school, a secondary school (both expiring), a comprehensive school (since 2017) and five primary schools. In addition, there is the Hilden-Haan adult education center , which is operated in conjunction with the neighboring town of Hilden, and a music school . Since 1984 there has been a free Waldorf school in the Gruiten district .
Haan is in the circulation area of the three regional daily newspapers Rheinische Post , Westdeutsche Zeitung and, albeit with irregular Haaner reporting, Neue Rhein Zeitung . Haan's best-known advertising paper is Haaner Treff , which appears weekly on Wednesdays. Since 20 October 2010, instead of the Lokalanzeiger the sheet Hello! Haan also published on Wednesday; on July 29, 2015 the paper was published for the last time. The SuperTiPp (own spelling) is distributed every Saturday.
Recreation and sport
The nature and landscape protection areas are remarkable. In the immediate vicinity of the major cities of Düsseldorf, Wuppertal and Solingen, nature worth protecting has developed in the stream valleys. In particular, the abandoned quarries near Gruiten-Dorf are home to species worthy of protection such as rare orchids, natterjack toads and midwife toads. Thanks to the voluntary work of AGNU Haan e. V. numerous amphibian waters were created. In addition, the orchid meadows are tended annually. Another focus is the care of the head trees that stand on the banks of the numerous bodies of water in Haan. The landscapes around Haan in the Düssel- und Itteral can be explored on hiking and walking trails. Among other things, the Bergische Weg and the Neanderlandsteig lead through the urban area of Haans.
Sports and event facilities
Haan has a municipal indoor swimming pool that was closed for a long time due to financial problems. In Haan there is the youth center as a meeting point for young people. Concerts take place there regularly. The historical council chamber and the school halls of the grammar school on Adlerstrasse and the Walder Strasse school are also available for events. Until 2012 there was a community center in Gruiten for the events of citizens and associations.
sons and daughters of the town
- Tom Albrecht , singer and musician (born June 9, 1980)
- Christian Baldus , lawyer and professor (born August 17, 1966)
- Manfred Baldus , legal scholar (born March 7, 1935)
- Carl Josef Barth , painter (born June 16, 1896 - December 31, 1976 in Düsseldorf)
- Emil Barth , writer (* July 6, 1900 - July 14, 1958 in Düsseldorf)
- Knut vom Bovert , lawyer and former mayor of Haan (born December 22, 1949)
- Thomas Buberl , Insurance Manager (born March 24, 1973)
- Jonas Carls , professional footballer at FC Schalke 04 (born March 25, 1997)
- Rahul Peter Das , Indologist / South Asian Studies (born July 7, 1954)
- Jan Drees , writer and journalist (born May 9, 1979)
- Monika Fink , politician (born July 14, 1952)
- Manfred Franke , writer (born April 23, 1930 - July 4, 2020 in Marburg )
- Andrea Gotzmann , basketball player and association official (born August 7, 1957)
- Norbert Heinen , Insurance Manager (* October 5, 1954; † April 8, 2019)
- Melanie Hoffmann , soccer player (born November 29, 1974)
- Christian Hoße , handball player (born September 10, 1988)
- Klaus Heizmann , composer, conductor and music publisher (born May 16, 1944)
- Walter Huppenkothen , lawyer, SS standard leader in the Reich Security Main Office and Nazi criminal (born December 31, 1907, † April 5, 1978 in Lübeck)
- Mario Irrek , actor (born November 3, 1968)
- Klaus König , composer and musician (born December 31, 1959)
- Anna Kraft , sports journalist (born October 3, 1985)
- Dirk Krauße , prehistorian and state archaeologist of Baden-Württemberg (born January 25, 1962)
- Laura Leluschko , national soccer player (born October 30, 1995)
- Leo G. Linder , author, director and producer (born August 28, 1948)
- Helmut Lötzerich , sports and university teacher (* 1957)
- Patrick Mölleken , actor (born September 27, 1993)
- Wilhelm Niggemeyer , officer and educational film writer (born May 9, 1918, † February 14, 2008 in Erftstadt )
- Jochen Pützenbacher , radio presenter (born March 9, 1939; † August 22, 2019 in Düsseldorf)
- Alfred Richartz , sports scientist (* 1953)
- Maximilian Scheer , journalist and writer (born April 22, 1896 - † February 3, 1978 in East Berlin)
- Günter Scheib , teacher and politician, 1994–2009 Mayor of Hilden (born January 27, 1947)
- Lena Schmidt , athlete, including German U23 champion over 400 meters (born August 4, 1989)
- Martin Schüller , writer and musician (born March 29, 1960)
- Werner Sonnenschein , sports scientist at the DSHS Cologne (1942–2017)
- Insa Magdalena Steinhaus , actress (* 1979)
- Nicole Struse , multiple European and German table tennis champion (born May 31, 1971)
- Sigurd Tesche , documentary filmmaker (born April 24, 1940 - January 12, 2020 in Leichlingen)
- Guido Till , Lord Mayor of Göppingen since 2005 (born February 23, 1955)
- Hans Günther van Allen , former mayor of Lohmar and deputy district administrator of the Rhein-Sieg district (born June 30, 1934)
- Klaus-Dieter Völker , politician and former member of the state parliament of North Rhine-Westphalia (born December 30, 1937)
- Peter Zudeick , journalist and satirist (born November 4, 1946)
The following people are not originally from Haan, but lived or live in the city:
- Georg Wilhelm Adamowitsch , former head of the State Chancellery of North Rhine-Westphalia and State Secretary in the Federal Ministry of Economics (born October 20, 1947 in Hameln )
- Antoine Beuger , Dutch composer, cultural manager and music publisher (born July 3, 1955 in Oosterhout )
- Sarah Bogen , actress (born November 25, 1989 in Düsseldorf)
- Wilhelm Bungert , former tennis Davis Cup player (born April 1, 1939 in Mannheim )
- Friedrich Eugen Engels , singer (born January 4, 1909 in Solingen; † November 19, 1994 in Haan)
- Harald Giebels , former member of the state parliament of North Rhine-Westphalia (born July 15, 1964 in Lübeck )
- Tom Hegermann , freelance journalist and radio host at WDR (* 1960 in Duisburg)
- Bernd Lucke , Professor of Macroeconomics at the University of Hamburg , co-founder of AfD , ALFA and LKR (born August 19, 1962 in Berlin )
- Michaela Noll , member of the German Bundestag (born December 24, 1959 in Düsseldorf)
- Christian Petzold , film director (born September 14, 1960 in Hilden )
- Berengar Pfahl , director and screenwriter (born May 1, 1946 in Mülheim an der Ruhr ; † March 24, 2015 in Haan)
- Klaus Rinke , artist and professor at the State Art Academy in Düsseldorf (born April 29, 1939 in Wattenscheid )
- Gebhard Schwermer , artist and art teacher (born September 27, 1930 in Arnsberg ; † September 19, 2007 in Konstanz )
- Dieter Spethmann , former CEO of Thyssen AG (born March 27, 1926 in Essen ; † February 1, 2016 in Düsseldorf)
- Hans-Joachim Uthke , graphic artist (born May 23, 1941 in Marienburg )
- Helmut Weber , doctor and holder of the Federal Cross of Merit (born July 13, 1942 in Würzburg )
- Website of the city of Haan
- Profile of the business location Haan with population figures (PDF; 651 kB)
- Information about the city
- Haaner garden pleasure
- Haaner summer
- List of Haan mayors
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- Lacomblet, Theodor Joseph: Archive for the history of the Lower Rhine. In: V. An inscription to Haan near Hilden. Volume 2, 1857, p. . Online version
- Johann Georg von Viebahn (Ed.): Statistics and Topography of the Government District of Düsseldorf , Düsseldorf 1836, second part, section Elberfeld, pp. 45-46.
- Official Journal of the Royal Government of Düsseldorf, 1876, Item 26, Page 279 .
- Area changes Gruiten
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- City of Haan Religion , 2011 census
- number of Catholics in Haan decreased in 2019 , accessed on May 17, 2020
- History of WLH on wlh-haan.de , accessed on June 1 2014
- Prix de l'Europe, Liste des laureats (list of the Council of Europe's appreciations), pp. 26, 35. ( Memento of February 13, 2009 in the Internet Archive ) (PDF; 154 kB)
- Nagel, Rolf, Rheinisches Wappenbuch, Cologne 1986, p. 74, ISBN 3-7927-0816-7
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- Press comments: wz-newsline.de , rp-online.de , coverage of the Haaner summer in WDR
- Text of the Solingen Ordinance
- wz-newsline.de , accessed on August 25, 2011
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- Emil-Barth-Archiv der Stadt Haan in the Stadtbücherei Haan, Neuer Markt 17
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