Hornburg (Mansfelder Land)
Lake district Mansfelder Land municipality
|Height :||182 m above sea level NHN|
|Area :||11.35 km²|
|Residents :||341 (Dec. 31, 2008)|
|Population density :||30 inhabitants / km²|
|Incorporation :||January 1, 2010|
|Postal code :||06317|
|Area code :||034776|
Location of Hornburg in the Mansfelder Land lake area
The two small villages of Äbtischrode and Holzzelle belonged to the former municipality of Hornburg . The latter emerged from a former Benedictine monastery and can be reached via a separate exit from the B 180 .
In a register of the tithe of the Hersfeld monastery , which was created between 881 and 899, Hornburg is mentioned for the first time in a document as Hornberc im Friesenfeld, which is subject to a tenancy requirement .
On January 1, 2010, the previously independent municipalities of Hornburg, Amsdorf , Aseleben , Erdeborn , Lüttchendorf , Neehausen , Röblingen am See , Seeburg , Stedten and Wansleben am See merged to form the lake district of Mansfelder Land. At the same time, the administrative community Seegebiet Mansfelder Land , to which Hornburg belonged, was dissolved.
|The municipality did not have an approved coat of arms. A flower-filled cornucopia can only be seen in the interior of the seal.|