City of Staßfurt
|Height :||67 m above sea level NN|
|Area :||19.84 km²|
|Residents :||2896 (Feb. 5, 2018)|
|Population density :||146 inhabitants / km²|
|Incorporation :||March 1, 2003|
|Postal code :||39446|
|Area code :||039265|
Location of Löderburg in Saxony-Anhalt
Löderburg is a town in the town of Staßfurt in the Salzlandkreis in the Magdeburg Börde in Saxony-Anhalt , with around 2,900 inhabitants . Löderburg is 34 kilometers south of Magdeburg and 58 kilometers north of Halle . First mentioned in a document in 1170, Löderburg never made a big impression. The place has been a parish since 1600 when it merged with Athensleben . Löderburg became known for the large salt and coal mining in the region. Today Löderburg is the second largest district of the city of Staßfurt, with an area of 19.84 km² and a population of 2896 people. The place is on the Bode and has two transitions above it.
Near Löderburg is the tourist center Am Löderburger See , which is an important leisure location in the area around Staßfurt.
Geography and geology
Löderburg is about 3.5 km to the north-west of the city center and about 1 km from the exit of Staßfurt. As a result of the mining, which continued into the 1950s, numerous lakes were created (some with artificial water levels), which now shape the face of the place. At the site, the Bode runs in a south-east direction. This river has its source in the Harz and flows into the Saale near Nienburg . The district road 1303 establishes connections to the state road 71 , which is only about 1 km from the village and leads to the state roads 70 and 50 in Atzendorf .
Löderburg is located on the Bode in the fertile Magdeburger Börde and is therefore surrounded by agricultural land. A narrow forest area stretches along the banks of the Bode. Around Löderburg lie Lust and Athensleben in the north, Neu Staßfurt in the east, Atzendorf and Förderstedt in the northeast and Staßfurt in the south. All surrounding places belong to the urban area of Staßfurt in the Salzlandkreis.
Neighborhoods and communities
Löderburg is located directly to the east on the Bode . The place has a traffic crossing towards Löderburger See and a pedestrian crossing on Thie. The Bode was also one of the main reasons for the settlement and the subsequent development of the place. The weirs of Staßfurt-Nord and Rothenförde are located near the village .
Löderburg has several lakes such as the Laake, the Salzteich, the Kreuzteich and the Seemann which emerged from the former opencast mines around Löderburg, as these filled with water after they were closed. In addition, there is the Löderburger See which has been converted into a tourist center; all other lakes are used as fishing lakes; all lakes are pure freshwater lakes, since only coal was mined in the pits.
The average annual precipitation in Löderburg is around 500 mm. Measured against the overall German average, this is considered low; this occurs because the place is still in the rain shadow of the Harz Mountains . The driest month is March, the wettest month is January. The warmest month is July, according to the statistics, the coolest month is January, with 7 hours of sunshine in June and July, the average is around 3.9 hours per day.
Löderburg's climate diagram
Monthly climate averages in Löderburg
Löderburg has a temperate climate all year round with cool winters, warm summers and mild menopause.
Löderburg was first mentioned in documents in 1170 AD; at this time the Ludwigsburg near Löderburg was built, which later gave the place its name; the place also had a church and a rectory . Around 1600 Löderburg took over the administration of Athensleben , which at that time was a small place of fishermen and merchants. This later led to a merger of the places and thus to a common local lord. After the Thirty Years' War , around 46 taxable persons and their families lived in Löderburg, who largely consisted of farmers and craftsmen. At the time, there were few connections with other locations as the area was surrounded by large swamps. In 1726 and 1748 major fires broke out in Löderburg, which spread to several buildings and even the evangelical church of the community, but no one was killed.
On May 5, 1809, Ferdinand von Schill , on the way from Dessau to Dodendorf near Magdeburg , moved through Löderburg with his department of the Magdeburg garrison. There the battle of Dodendorf began . Full of zest for action, Schill joined the Löderburg citizen Heyer, who from then on did not return to Löderburg. Heyer is today's namesake for Heyerstraße am Thie in Löderburg. In 1815 Löderburg belonged to the Prussian Province of Saxony , which had a border between the area and the Province of Anhalt in the immediate vicinity . In 1861 there were already 852 residents in Löderburg.
In 1877 the district of Thie was geographically and politically connected to Löderburg via a dam, which led to Löderburg having the first village school located on the Thie.
In 1848 construction began on the first lignite works in Löderburg; At that time, around 1,050 residents lived here. After the great boom through the salt pits and the potash factory, the population of Löderburg grew very quickly, in 1880 there were already 1918 inhabitants, and the first fire brigade in Löderburg was founded by Alexander von Boremsky. And in 1900 the population grew to 5,500 people. The upswing also brought infrastructural advantages, the first real school in the community was built, a community administration was established and an inn was founded in Löderburg. But after the closure of the salt mines and coal pits, the number of inhabitants decreased again, in 1926 there were only 4200 inhabitants and 3,785 inhabitants in 1928. In 1885 the construction of the first solid roads began in Löderburg and in 1900 there was a connection to the Staßfurt tram leading to Staßfurt , but operations were discontinued in 1957. In 1945, due to the shortage of coal, more and more options for coal mining were developed in the open- cast lignite mine near Löderburg; This location was important when, for example, jogging chutes and conveyor belts were first used and were already in use around 1939, and the introduction of the short-walled wall construction (1944) and the GDR's first ascending chain conveyor in the short- walled wall (1951) began here. In 1952 the opencast mine was closed due to insufficient taxes. As a result of a mining accident in 1935, a wooden cross was erected in memory of the miners, but after a few years it fell apart and on April 26, 2004 a new 7.5 m high steel cross was erected at the exit towards Lust. After the closure, lakes were created in the pits, which are now used as fishing lakes; the largest lake is the Löderburger See which is about 400 m outside of Löderburg and is used as a bathing lake.
On July 1, 1950, the previously independent municipality Athensleben was incorporated.
As a result of the GDR era, new infrastructural places emerged in Löderburg, such as the large residential area with the prefabricated prefabricated buildings typical of the GDR , the sports field, a day-care center or school after-school care center, a department store that still stands today, but has been replaced by the NP market that was built right next to it and a secondary school , which is now used as a block of flats, and a community center, which is also used as a target practice center for the shooting club and as a voting location for local, state and federal elections. In the course of a regional reform in Saxony-Anhalt, Löderburg lost its status as an independent municipality on March 1, 2003 and has been part of the city of Staßfurt since then . The villages of Athensleben, Lust and Rothenförde also belonged to the former municipality of Löderburg, but they continue to bear the Löderburg coat of arms. From 2007 the extensive renovation program of the state of Saxony-Anhalt Stark-III ran in Löderburg, in which all streets of the core town were renovated and funding for private facade renovations was provided. Extensive renewals of the DSL lines in the core location have been taking place since 2017, which are being replaced by so-called fiber optic broadband lines by the subsidiary GlasCom of the regional natural gas and electricity provider EMS.
The name development of Löderburg can be traced back to the Ludwigsburg, on which the noble Ludwig ruled and thus led to the development of the place. This resulted in the following names, which were always based on the German spelling.
- 1170 - Luderdeborch
- 1180 - Luderdeburg
- 1658 - Lödderburgk, Loderdeburgk, Loderburg, Loederburg
- since 1700 - Löderburg
Over time, the population development of Löderburg has always been based on historical events, such as around the 20th century when a large increase in the number of inhabitants was noted shortly before, which can be attributed to the mining situation, or the resulting decline the closure of the mines and opencast mines.
Population development in Löderburg (tabular)
Population development in Löderburg (graphic)
Economy and Infrastructure
Public institutions of Löderburg include the municipal administration and the fire brigade, the “Löderburger Hof” and the Löderburg community and rifle house, which can be used for large events and private celebrations.
Youth and educational institutions
The place has various educational and youth facilities such as:
Educational institutions: Löderburg Elementary School (GSL)
Youth Center: Löderburg Children's and Youth Center
The new town center , built in GDR times, is characterized by its typical apartment blocks , which are now largely managed by the Umland-Wohnungsbaugesellschaft mbH and the Wohnungs- und Baugesellschaft mbH Staßfurt . In addition, the two large settlement areas, Am Wasserturm and Friedrich-Wolf settlement, were newly built, these are settlement areas with single-family houses, and new residential areas are being created in the area of the lakes around Löderburg. The place particularly appeals to young families with children, as the place is characterized by an attractive housing offer, which is characterized by several apartments, playgrounds, a day care center with after-school care and the primary school.
Löderburg is surrounded by good agricultural land in the Magdeburger Börde with land values of 90 and more. In addition to sugar beet , rapeseed and maize , various types of grain are also grown in the region.
There is a discounter in the village, the NP market , which provides a basic supply of food. There are also several discounters and large department stores in Staßfurt; there is also a butcher shop and a bakery in town . There is also a general practitioner , a physiotherapy practice , two dentists and a pharmacy in the village .
Löderburg has a junction via Staßfurt to the A 14 Magdeburg – Halle – Dresden. The autobahn-like expressway B 6 (also called "Nordharzautobahn"), which is being converted into federal autobahn 36, runs about 12 kilometers south of the town. Several country roads provide regional links to the place.
Local public transport
Regular buses run by the local transport company Kreisverkehrsgesellschaft Salzland mbH (KVG) of the Landesverkehrsgesellschaft Magdeburger Regionalverkehr (marego), which provide a regional connection to Staßfurt with the 150 line and Egeln with the 151 line.
Löderburg is on the European cycle route R1 , which runs through a large number of cities in Europe. The path is marked with typed signs showing the synonym R1 and a bicycle symbol.
In the immediate vicinity of Löderburg there are several train stations and train stops, such as the Staßfurt train station or the train stops at Neundorf and Förderstedt . The Löderburg district was affected by the Staßfurt - Neu-Staßfurt - Schacht VI industrial track , which is now shut down north of the former Triftweg level crossing and has been partially dismantled.
Löderburg volunteer fire department
It was founded by Alexander von Boremsky, who also became its first commandant , on April 1, 1885 with a strength of 14 firefighters.
The Löderburg volunteer fire department is a local fire department in the city of Staßfurt. It has a total of 66 members, 48 of whom are active and two work in the age and honor department. 16 boys and girls between the ages of 10 and 16 serve in the youth fire brigade .
Since this location is a base fire brigade , it has extensive technology, equipment and vehicles: tank fire engine 16/25, fire fighting vehicle 8/6, multi-purpose vehicle , equipment vehicle , fire truck trailer and a lifeboat . The Löderburg local fire brigade drives an average of 50 to 70 missions a year, which mainly consist of assistance and fire fighting. Weekly training takes place on Fridays from 6 p.m. in the fire brigade 's fire station, but courses and training courses are also regularly attended in the FTZ Staßfurt and BKS Heyrothsberge.
Even the fire department Sport plays a role, over the years a number of successes of the teams may have been recorded. In addition to numerous public relations, which have become something traditional like z. B. the annual Easter bonfire and the St. Nicholas Festival, the volunteer fire brigade supports neighboring clubs and day-care centers in the area with events, pageants or by presenting and demonstrating fire fighting technology.
The Löderburger See is one of the largest bathing lakes in the region thanks to the tourist center and the wakeboard center it has become a major tourist magnet for Löderburg. It emerged from what was once the largest opencast mine in the Staßfurt area, which was opened in 1918. At the beginning of the 1970s, the approx. 36 ha large Restlochsee was expanded into a local recreation area and inaugurated in July 1977. After 1990 the tourist center "Löderburger See" was privatized before it was transferred back to the municipality of Löderburg in 2001, but is still privately managed.
Culture and sights
The town's municipal administration can be found on the village square. The “Glück Auf” pharmacy is also nearby. It was founded in 1901 and nationalized in 1949, but privatized again around 1990. There is also a historic archway that was the former entrance to an estate. The 38 meter high Löderburg water tower , built in 1912, is located at the exit towards Staßfurt . It has served as an observation tower since June 6, 1998 and adorns the view of Löderburg with a view from Staßfurt-Nord .
Manor in Löderburg
St. Jakobi Church
In place of a previous building, which had suffered damage in the major fires of 1726 and 1748, a new church in neo-Romanesque style was built between 1865 and 1867 , consecrated to St. James . The building, made of regular natural stone blocks, consists of an elongated hall with a polygonal apse attached to the east and a slender, square west tower with an octagonal tip. The west side of the tower received three entrances through two pointed gable extensions. The longest walls of the nave are divided into five arched windows and four pilasters . A three-sided gallery was built into the interior of the ship under a boarded, open roof structure, on which an organ by Hausneindorf organ builder Adolf Reubke was installed in the western part in 1867 . This was expanded in 1893 by the Wilhelm Rühlmann company . In 1995 restoration work was carried out. The church was renovated in 2012, when the roof was also re-covered.
In addition to the municipal administration, there is a local history museum in the same building, which reflects the budget before 1960 and partly the history of the place. The Heimatverein and Museum Löderburg are always represented with a parade group at the festival parade of the Staßfurter Salzlandfest.
The place housed two movie theaters before 1980 , of which the movie theater, which was located in the town center, burned down; the other, which was in the Löderburg-Thie part of the municipality, was later closed.
Mine workers monument Löderburg
The steel cross at the end of the village (in the direction of Lust (Staßfurt)) is a reminder of the unfortunate miners in Löderburg. Since the former wooden cross had fallen into disrepair, this 7.5 m high steel cross was erected on April 26, 2004.
Löderburg sacrificial memorial
A victim memorial was erected in German and French in 1966 and renewed in German in 1992, which adorns the words on the left stone: THE VICTIMS OF THE 1ST AND SECOND WORLD WAR TO REMEMBER and on the right stone in German: EHRENDES GEDENKEN DEN VON FASCHISTEN MURDERED INTERNATIONAL RESISTANCE FIGHTERS IN THE SHAFT VI . Every year on June 19 and September 1, the Lord Mayor of Staßfurt and the local mayor of the community of Löderburg place a wreath settlement.
Memorial stone to Alexander von Boremsky
The memorial stone in memory of Alexander von Boremsky, the founder of the Löderburg fire department, was erected in 2003 by the Löderburg volunteer fire department.
Löderburg already organized many events as a community, but after the incorporation in Staßfurt these traditions were preserved, probably also because the volunteer fire brigade Löderburg is so committed to them. The current events are:
- Löderburg Easter fire in March or April
- Nikolausfest Löderburg in December
- Martin's Day pageant in Löderburg in November
The allotment garden associations based in Löderburg are:
- Allotment garden association “Thiedamm + Laake” eV Löderburg
- Allotment garden association "Am Friedhof" eV Löderburg
- Allotment garden association “Am Sportplatz” eV Löderburg
- Allotment garden association "Am Wasserturm" eV Löderburg
In the legislative period that began in 2019, the local council consists of 9 council members.
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(As of: local election on May 26, 2019)
The mayors of the former municipality of Löderburg:
- 1852 to 1857: Christoph Wallstabe
- 1857 to 1871: Andreas Rühle
- 1871 to 1886: Sebastian Kurtz
- 1886 to 1904: Andreas Heyer
- 1904 to 1919: August Lange
- 1919 to 1924: Karl Lohe
- 1924 to 1929: Otto Dolge
- 1929 to 1930: Hermann Hoffmann
- 1973 to 1989: Werner Danneberg
- 1990 to 1994: Christian Neubauer
- 1994 to 2002: Rolf Funda
- 2002 to 2003: Dieter Pratsch
- 2003 to 2019 Elvira Bartsch
- 2019 Christian Neubauer
- since 2020 Danny Hempel
coat of arms
Blazon : "In red a yellow man with yellow clothes, holding three ears of wheat in his right hand and a fish in his left hand." The coat of arms was designed in 1994 by the municipal heraldist Jörg Mantzsch ; Besides Löderburg it is also used by Athensleben , Lust (Staßfurt) and Rothenförde , due to the earlier community membership .
Meaning of the coat of arms
The ears of wheat on the coat of arms are supposed to symbolize agriculture , which was mainly based on grain in the early days of the company , the fish stands for the fishing lakes around Löderburg with their fish population.
Subordinate local and community parts
Löderburg is administratively assigned the three districts Athensleben , Lust and Rothenförde . After the incorporation in Staßfurt these were transferred to Staßfurt at the same time, but they are politically co-administered by Löderburg.
The only part of the municipality of Löderburg is the Thie which takes its name from the Thie public assembly place . The Thie was connected to the former municipality of Löderburg via a dam in 1877, this place is still called Thiedamm today although there is no more dam. Before the union with Löderburg, the Thie was an independent municipality with an administration, a school, a grocery store and a sports hall. The Thie was a meeting place for domestic political decisions of the population. After the connection with Löderburg, the public facilities fell into disrepair and moved to the core town of Löderburg, at this time the open-cast mines around the Thie, which are now small ponds, were built. The Thie has since been recognized as part of the municipality of Löderburg.
Meaning of Thie's for Löderburg
At that time the Thie was a meeting point which later became a municipality. Today the Thie is a large part of the municipality of Löderburg, it has a sports hall in which the "Black Horse Square Dance Club Löderburg" is, and several fishing lakes.
Elections and polling stations
Public elections take place in Löderburg in the community and rifle house Löderburg and the elementary school of Löderburg. Löderburg is a picky sub-point, as the incorporation to Staßfurt makes a mayor election unnecessary, but there is still a local mayor. The turnout in Löderburg in the last local election (2014) was 34.6%.
Sports activities in Löderburg
The Gänsefurther Schlossbrunnen Triathlon has been taking place every year since 1988. It consists of a student and a fitness / relay triathlon of the Gänsefurther Sport Movement eV at Lake Löderburger See. In addition, the Löderburg youth club organizes a children's sports competition during the summer holidays.
SV Bode 90 Löderburg
The SV Bode 90 Löderburg is a regional sports club founded in 1990, the internal soccer club FC Bode 90 Löderburg only takes part in regional league games. The club plays in the Salzland district in the Salzlandkreis and has since achieved average successes at the district level. In addition, the club has a table tennis department in the district league.
Other sports clubs
The sports clubs that exist in Löderburg in addition to FC Bode 90 Löderburg are:
- 1. Line Dance Association Staßfurt eV
- 1. Schützengilde Löderburg 1922 eV
- Sport fishing club e. V. Löderburg / Hecklingen
- Table tennis club of SV Bode 90 Löderburg
- Marineclub Löderburg eV / Seesportzentrum Löderburger See
The sports facilities are the Karlstrasse sports field in Löderburg, the new sports and multi-purpose hall, which is used for school and club sports as well as for larger events, and a sports hall on Löderburger Thie, which houses the 1st Line Dance Club Staßfurt eV.
In 2012 there was a major flood in the village, which mainly affected the low-lying buildings on the Bode. Flood protection measures are therefore planned for 2016, which will become apparent through the construction of dams and flood protection walls.
Sons and daughters of the church
- Ferdinand Friedrich August Klusemann (1822–1878), German civil engineer and entrepreneur
- Anne Johanne Emma Ilse Hoffmeister (1892–1968), German arts and crafts teacher
- Joachim Müller (* 1942), German ornithologist and biologist
- René Zok (* 1967), Lord Mayor of Staßfurt from 2008 to 2015.
Personalities associated with the community
- Alexander von Boremsky (* 1856 in Ziegenhals ; † August 4, 1899), founder of the Löderburg volunteer fire department
The church of the same name on the church square, which was inaugurated in 1866, belongs to the Protestant St. Jakobigemeinde . The responsible rectory is in Förderstedt . The church belongs to the Egeln parish in the Provostspengel Stendal-Magdeburg of the Evangelical Church in Central Germany .
The Catholic Church of St. Josef , which is located in Gänsefurther Straße, was built in 1902, because at that time, due to the need for labor in mining and agriculture, Catholics had again settled in Löderburg, which became Protestant with the introduction of the Reformation . The church was permanently closed in 2011 .
Further parishes are located in Staßfurt and the incorporated localities.
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