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|Administrative region :||to water|
|County :||to water|
|Height :||207 m above sea level NHN|
|Area :||97.02 km 2|
|Residents:||9598 (Dec. 31, 2019)|
|Population density :||99 inhabitants per km 2|
|Postal code :||35321|
|Primaries :||06405, 06401 (louder partly)|
|License plate :||GI|
|Community key :||06 5 31 010|
|LOCODE :||DE LBH|
|City structure:||9 districts|
City administration address :
|Mayor :||Peter Klug ( independent )|
|Location of the city of Laubach in the district of Giessen|
The city of Wetter has an irregular floor plan. The main complex of the settlement is on the right of the river. A side valley joins from the north. The cityscape is dominated by the castle with a park in the north. The formerly walled old town with an almost square floor plan connects to the southwest. There is a small market square in front of the town church. A newer housing estate lies in the east, a modern housing estate in the northwest. An industrial area extends along the railway line to the west.
The municipality of Laubach extends on the edge of the Hoher Vogelsberg Nature Park . The center of Laubach is 700 m west of the 9th longitude east. The northern neighbor on this meridian is Büßfeld in the Vogelsbergkreis . The distance to the equator is 5602.25 km.
With 9,700 hectares, Laubach is the largest municipality in the district of Gießen.
Laubach borders in the north on the town of Grünberg and the community Mücke ( Vogelsbergkreis ), in the east on the towns of Ulrichstein and Schotten (both Vogelsbergkreis), in the south on the community Nidda ( Wetteraukreis ), in the southwest on the town of Hungen and in the west the city of Lich and the municipality of Reiskirchen .
- Open lakes
- Laubach (city center)
- volume up
- Ruppertsburg (with Friedrichshütte )
- Weather field
Laubach was first mentioned in a document under the name Lobach in 750 and 802.
On December 5, 1340, Ulrich zu Hanau and his wife Agnese allowed their son Ulrich to sell the castle and village of Laupach along with the associated courts and villages, etc. a. "Guntherskirchen" and "Aeinhartshusen."
As part of the regional reform in Hesse , on December 31, 1970, the municipalities of Gonterskirchen , Lauter , Münster , Röthges , Ruppertsburg and Wetterfeld , Altenhain on December 31, 1971 and Freienseen on April 1, 1972, were incorporated into Laubach on a voluntary basis . From January 1, 1977 to August 1, 1979, Laubach was assigned to the Lahn-Dill district , then again to the district of Gießen . For all formerly independent communities as well as for the core city, local districts with local advisory council and local councilor were formed according to the Hessian municipal code.
Territorial history and administration
The following list gives an overview of the territories in which Laubach was located and the administrative units to which it was subordinate:
- before 1806: Holy Roman Empire , County of Solms-Laubach (part of the Munzenberg rule ), Laubach office
- from 1806: Grand Duchy of Hesse , Upper Duchy of Hesse , Laubach Office (of Count Solms-Laubach)
- from 1815: German Confederation , Grand Duchy of Hesse, Province of Upper Hesse , Laubach Office (of Count Solms-Laubach)
- from 1820: German Confederation, Grand Duchy of Hesse, Province of Upper Hesse, Laubach Office ( Patrimonial Court: Laubach Classical Office of Count Solms-Laubach)
- from 1822: German Confederation, Grand Duchy of Hesse, Province of Upper Hesse, District Hungen (separation between justice ( Laubach district court ; 1822, the rights of the Laubach district court, where they were exercised on behalf of the registry lords) and administration)
- from 1837: German Confederation, Grand Duchy of Hesse, Province of Upper Hesse, Grünberg district
- from 1848: German Confederation, Grand Duchy of Hesse, Gießen district
- from 1852: German Confederation, Grand Duchy of Hesse, Province of Upper Hesse, District of Schotten
- from 1867: North German Confederation , Grand Duchy of Hesse, Province of Upper Hesse, District of Schotten
- from 1871: German Empire , Grand Duchy of Hesse, Province of Upper Hesse, District of Schotten
- from 1918: German Empire, People's State of Hesse , Province of Upper Hesse, District of Schotten
- from 1937: German Empire, People's State of Hesse, Gießen district
- from 1945: American zone of occupation , Greater Hesse , Darmstadt administrative district, Gießen district
- from 1949: Federal Republic of Germany , State of Hesse , Darmstadt administrative district, Gießen district
- from 1977: Federal Republic of Germany, State of Hesse, Darmstadt administrative district, Lahn-Dill district
- from 1979: Federal Republic of Germany, State of Hesse, Darmstadt district, Gießen district
- from 1981: Federal Republic of Germany, State of Hesse, Gießen district, Gießen district
Courts since 1803
In the Landgraviate of Hesse-Darmstadt , the judicial system was reorganized in an executive order of December 9, 1803. The “Hofgericht Gießen” was set up as a court of second instance for the province of Upper Hesse . The jurisdiction of the first instance was carried out by the offices or landlords and thus from 1806 the "Patrimonial Court of the Counts Solms-Laubach" in Laubach was responsible for Muschenheim. The court court was the second instance court for normal civil disputes, and the first instance for civil family law cases and criminal cases. The second instance for the patrimonial courts were the civil law firms. The superior court of appeal in Darmstadt was superordinate .
With the founding of the Grand Duchy of Hesse in 1806, this function was retained, while the tasks of the first instance 1821–1822 were transferred to the newly created regional and city courts as part of the separation of jurisdiction and administration. From 1822 the Counts of Solms-Laubach let the Grand Duchy of Hesse exercise their court rights on their behalf. “ Landgericht Laubach ” was therefore the name of the court of first instance that was responsible for Laubach. The count also waived his right to the second instance, which was exercised by the judicial office in Hungen, in 1823. It was only as a result of the March Revolution in 1848 that the special rights of the civil servants were granted with the “Law on the Relationships of the Classes and Noble Court Lords” of April 15, 1848 permanently repealed.
On the occasion of the introduction of the Courts Constitution Act with effect from October 1, 1879, as a result of which the previous grand-ducal Hessian regional courts were replaced by local courts at the same location, while the newly created regional courts now functioned as higher courts, the name was changed to "Laubach Local Court" and assigned to the district of the regional court of Giessen . On July 1, 1968, the district court was dissolved and Laubach was added to the district of Giessen district court . The superordinate instances are now the Regional Court of Giessen , the Higher Regional Court of Frankfurt am Main and the Federal Court of Justice as the last instance.
Source: Historical local dictionary
|• 1631:||181 subjects, 53 widows|
|Laubach: Population from 1830 to 2015|
|Data source: Historical municipality register for Hesse: The population of the municipalities from 1834 to 1967. Wiesbaden: Hessisches Statistisches Landesamt, 1968. |
Further sources:; 1972 :; 1976 :; 1984 :; 1992 :; 2000, 2015 :; 2004 :; 2010:
From 1972 including the towns incorporated into Hesse as part of the regional reform .
Source: Historical local dictionary
|• 1830:||1745 Protestant, 14 Roman Catholic, 112 Jewish residents|
|• 1961:||2307 Protestant, 622 Roman Catholic residents|
Source: Historical local dictionary
|• 1961:||Labor force: 179 agriculture and forestry, 491 prod. Trade, 181 trade, traffic and communication, 326 services and other.|
The local elections on March 6, 2016 produced the following results, compared to previous local elections:
||Parties and constituencies||
|FWG||Free community of voters||31.9||10||31.3||12||25.6||10||17.4||6th|
|CDU||Christian Democratic Union of Germany||21.8||7th||22.4||8th||27.4||10||30.3||11|
|SPD||Social Democratic Party of Germany||20.3||6th||23.0||9||29.7||11||34.4||13|
|GREEN||Alliance 90 / The Greens||9.2||3||13.3||5||7.9||3||9.8||4th|
|FBLL||Free list of citizens Laubach||7.6||2||-||-||-||-||-||-|
|BfL||Citizens for Laubach||4.8||2||6.2||2||2.7||1||-||-|
|FDP||Free Democratic Party||4.4||1||3.7||1||6.6||2||8.1||3|
|Voter turnout in%||52.1||47.0||46.6||54.2|
The chairman of the city council is Joachim M. Kühn, Free Voters Laubach.
Since June 1, 2009, Peter Klug has been mayor of Laubach (independent). The turnout was 64.03%. On December 7, 2014, he was directly re-elected again with 57.07% of the votes against 4 competitors. The turnout was 60.65%.
coat of arms
Blazon : "Divided by gold and blue, a lion in confused colors."
On May 8, 1952, the municipality of Laubach was approved by the Hessian Minister of the Interior to keep a coat of arms.
The following partnerships exist:
- Élancourt (France), about 40 kilometers southwest of Paris, since 1975
- Graefenhainichen (Saxony-Anhalt), since 1995
- Zoersel (Belgium), since 1995
- Didim (Turkey), since 1996
Culture and sights
Theaters and museums
The Museum Fridericianum documents the Laubach regional history in a three-part exhibition ("Time travel through the Laubacher Land", "Ora et labora", "Laubacher Leut '"). The building was opened as a local museum in 1981; In 2007 an extensive new conception and renovation of museum didactics began . In March 2011 it reopened as a regional museum. The two-storey building with a half- hipped roof , a two-flight flight of stairs and an eaves cornice with a serrated frieze was built in 1750 below the Tannenberg (Fürstengarten) near Gonterskirchen as a hunting lodge and moved to its current location in Laubach's city center (Friedrichstrasse 9) in 1832. Between 1875 and 1922 it served as a humanistic grammar school.
The showpiece of the small town is the Laubach Castle of the Counts of Solms-Laubach . The castle, built in the 13th century, was expanded like a castle in the 16th and 18th centuries. The complex has been surrounded by a castle park in the style of an English garden since the 18th century . There is a historic ice cellar in the palace garden. The palace library, founded in 1555 as a school library, is one of the oldest and largest European private libraries with over 120,000 titles. A family law prohibits this library from being sold. It is entered in the register of nationally valuable cultural assets and is a listed building .
Evangelical town church Laubach
The oldest part of the Evangelical City Church , formerly St. Maria, dates from the 12th century. An extension took place in the 18th century. The church has a modernized and expanded baroque organ.
- Untermühle - Simple Renaissance building, a double coat of arms marked 1588–1589 on the west gable.
- Residential buildings - The once picturesque old town with a number of half-timbered houses (see below) was significantly affected by the old town renovation between 1965 and 1980.
- Green Sea 14 - Zweigesch. In the course of the 15th century developed from the post and the Rähmbau with carved corner posts, erected 1667th
- Grünes Meer 28 - Rähmbau, built around 1600.
- Green Sea 30 - Built around 1550.
- Green Sea 1 - (stocking weaver house). Two-storey wall stud construction with curved footbands and headbands, erected around 1450; oldest house in Laubach.
- Marktplatz 5 - three-storey gabled house, marked 1738.
- Marktplatz 8 - three-storey building on the eaves, in the core 1635. The corner bay was probably added in the 18th century.
- Obergasse 14 - Inscribed 1617.
- Obere Langgasse 12 - Around 1500, changed in the 17th and 18th centuries.
- Untere Langgasse 6/8 - (Gasthaus zur Eule). Erected around 1560, extension from 1651.
- Untere Langgasse 26 - eaves house, marked 1625.
- Wildemannsgasse 9 - canceled in 1969. The corner posts with "Wilder Mann" and "Wilder Frau" are now attached to the new building of house no.
- City fortifications:
- Klipstein Tower. Square four-story tower, the last remaining watchtower of the former city fortifications. The truss parts were probably built around 1500.
- The round town tower collapsed in 1963 because it was dilapidated.
- Former Vorwerk at the Wetter . Square tower from the 16th century with loopholes and a younger half-timbered tower. It was once part of the grove in front of the city wall. In 1965 it was dismantled and rebuilt about 130 m from its original location in the garden area of the house "Im Hain 8". The half-timbered upper storey from the 18th century was largely reconstructed.
In the historic old town and in the castle area, there are regular cultural events that generate national interest: for example the Hessian Blues Festival ( blues, smooch & apple sauce ) and the mixtur organ concert series . Other regular events are open-air cinema, festival of lights, La Villa Cotta (garden and country house days), autumn and winter magic and castle park concerts. The traditional folk festival is the Laubacher Committee Festival, whose roots go back to 1540.
Forest Park Green Sea
About seven kilometers from Laubach - in the direction of Schotten on the B 276 - is the Grünes Meer forest park, which opened in 2009 . Around the Kirchberg there is an approximately 80 hectare nature adventure park, which offers visitors the opportunity to discover the special features of the local forest or to take a look into the past of settlement on the Vogelsberg slopes. Components of the park established by Karl Georg Graf zu Solms-Laubach include an adventure playground , a 35-meter-high observation tower, a game reserve, a forest classroom and reconstructed excavation sites.
During the Middle Ages, the Horlofftal was densely populated. About halfway on today's B 276 between Laubach and Schotten was the village of Ruthardshausen, which was first mentioned in 1340. Its inhabitants probably left it as a result of the plague , so that around 1550 it became a desert .
The church “St. Valentin "was built around 1260. The ruin was renewed in 1970. On a board in the arch of the door there is the following rhyme:" Where are they, whose song from your lap, O little church, once flew up to God, Forgetting all you gloomy earthlessness, Where are they? Followed your song! ”(From the poem Die Waldkapelle by Nikolaus Lenau , 1828).
Economy and Infrastructure
Laubach is in the tariff area of the Rhein-Main-Verkehrsverbund (RMV). The Friedberg – Mücke railway line , like the Butzbach-Licher railway that runs through the Münster district, has been closed in this area; however, a number of bus routes connect Laubach with train stations in the area:
- The VGO line 74 runs daily (on weekends as a call line taxi ) to the nearest train station, Grünberg (Oberhess) on the Vogelsbergbahn Giessen - Fulda , seven kilometers north of Laubach.
- Line 372 offers daily connections to Lich (Oberhess) station on the Gießen – Gelnhausen railway line ( Lahn-Kinzig-Bahn ), line 363 runs Monday to Friday and from November to April also on weekends to Hungen station on the same route.
- In addition, the line 372 runs daily to the station casting , the line 363 runs Monday to Friday from November to April, at the weekend to the station Friedberg (Hessen) , both on the Main-Weser Railway ( Kassel - Frankfurt (Main) located).
- From May to October the above-mentioned line 363 will be replaced by the VGO line VB-92 of the Vogelsberger Vulkan-Express , a leisure service with bicycle trailers.
- Theodor Heuss School (primary school)
- Evangelical elementary school Laubach-Freienseen of the EKHN
- Friedrich Magnus comprehensive school in Laubach
- Laubach-Kolleg of the EKHN , upper level high school of the 1st and 2nd educational path with dormitory
- Sophie von Solms-Laubach (1594–1651)
- Johann Wilhelm Buderus I (* 1690 in Nassau an der Lahn, † 1753 in Friedrichshütte, Laubach), founder of the Buderus company
- Philipp Erasmus Reich (1717–1787), bookseller and publisher
- Johann Bernhard Crespel (1747–181St3), lawyer and childhood friend of Johann Wolfgang von Goethe
- Friedrich Graf zu Solms-Laubach (1769–1822), member of the Reichshofrat and senior president of the Prussian province of Jülich-Kleve-Berg
- Ludwig Kern (1785–1826), senior bailiff
- Reinhard zu Solms-Laubach (1801–1870), Prussian major general
- Philipp Herrlich (1818–1868), lithographer and painter
- Friedrich zu Solms-Laubach (1833–1900), member of the Reichstag
- Hermann Maximilian Carl Ludwig Friedrich zu Solms-Laubach (1842–1915), mycologist
- Felix Klipstein (1880–1941), painter and graphic artist
- Eduard Christ (1885–1965), bank manager, chairman of the board of the Westdeutsche Bodenkreditanstalt
- Friedrich Kellner (1885–1970), Chief Justice Inspector and author of documentary records during the Nazi regime
- Friedel Münch (1927–2014), head of the Münch motorcycle works
- Hadayatullah Hübsch (1946–2011), author, attended school in Laubach
- Michael Meinhold (1947–2009), author and editor of various model railway magazines
- Monika von Hannover (born August 8, 1929 in Laubach; † June 4, 2015 in Laubach), Duchess of Braunschweig and Lüneburg, Countess of Solms-Laubach, second wife of Ernst August von Hannover.
- Holger Geschwindner (* 1945), national basketball player
- Jürgen Bodelle (* 1950), writer and publisher, lives in Laubach
- Karl-Friedrich Rausch (* 1951), manager
- Udo Samel (* 1953), actor
- Rainer Lind (* 1954), painter and graphic artist
- Safiye Can (* 1977), poet, bestselling author, poet of concrete and visual poetry; Scholarship holder of the Hessian Literature Council: Authors' residence Laubach 2017/2018
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