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Tired (of all)
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Coordinates: 52 ° 32 '  N , 10 ° 22'  E

Basic data
State : Lower Saxony
County : Gifhorn
Joint municipality : Meinersen
Height : 47 m above sea level NHN
Area : 67.28 km 2
Residents: 5330 (Dec. 31, 2019)
Population density : 79 inhabitants per km 2
Postcodes : 38539, 38518
Primaries : 05375, 05371
License plate : GF
Community key : 03 1 51 018
Community structure: 9 districts
Association administration address: Hauptstrasse 1
38536 Meinersen
Website : www.mueden-aller.de
Mayor : Horst Schiesgeries ( CDU )
Location of the community of Müden (Aller) in the district of Gifhorn
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Müden (Aller) is a municipality located on the Aller in the west of the Gifhorn district on the border with the Celle district .


Geographical location

Müden is located on the southern edge of the Lüneburg Heath , about 20 km from Gifhorn , 50 km from Hanover , 30 km from Celle , 35 km from Braunschweig and 40 km from Wolfsburg on the Aller .

In Müden (Aller) from the discharges resin coming Oker in the Aller. Depending on the season, both rivers are sometimes very watery.

Community structure

The municipality of Müden has a total of 5358 inhabitants and is divided into the following districts (the number of inhabitants in brackets):

(As of June 1, 2019)

St. Peter's Church
The Oker flows into the Aller (right)


Müden was in Muthiwide (originated around 815 ), one of the 17 Saxon founding districts of the Hildesheim diocese . The oldest written mention of the place goes back to the year 1022. In the deed of donation from Hildesheim Bishop Bernward of November 1, 1022 for the St. Michael monastery in Hildesheim, among other things, is listed: "item Mutha in pago Muthiwide" ("also tired in the Untergau estuary forest"). Muthiwide, the Latinized form of the Old Saxon term "Muthiwiddi" (Muth = mouth), refers to the name of a Untergau in the Loingau. Gaue were established as regional administrative units in the time of Charlemagne around 793.

The St. Petri Church, one of the oldest churches in the area, was dedicated to the Archdeaconate Church in the Middle Ages , to the Apostle Peter. It belonged to the "Bann" Schmedenstedt near Peine and this in turn belonged to the Diocese of Hildesheim. There, the Müdener Kirche is already mentioned in a document dated July 8th, 1295. Pastor Heinrich Hoffmann, who officiated there from 1646 to 1676, wrote in his church book in 1668 (analogously): “And that Müden was a large parish is evident from the tithe given by the Hohner, Spechtshörner, Ummerschen, Wilscher, Kästorfer, Gilder , Ettenbüttler, Böckelser still have to give today because they belonged to this parish before. "

According to a table from 1754, Müden had 40 landlords at that time (but only 15 ladders, 4 hooks and 6 buckets for effective fire fighting).

As early as 1826, there were “stately fire engines” in the Eicklingen office in Groß Eicklingen and Wienhausen and municipal fire engines in Müden (Aller) and Bröckel .

The Müden-Flettmar irrigation cooperative was founded around 1860. It got its water from the Meinerser mill canal. Only meadows south of the Aller were supplied.

The volunteer fire brigade was first founded in 1882, but was soon disbanded. A new establishment took place in 1934. On August 11, 1888, a fire disaster occurred in Müden, which reduced several buildings to ashes.

On July 1, 1910, 48 young men gathered in the Gustav Prieß restaurant (Zum Dorfkrug) in Müden and founded the Müden men's gymnastics club. Wilhelm Backhaus was elected 1st chairman. One year later, on August 27, 1911, at a meeting in Wilhelm Schrader's restaurant in Dieckhorst, 20 young men founded the Dieckhorst men's gymnastics club and elected Christoph Eggers as its first chairman.

In Müden, the now no longer existing Mundburg was located on the Aller. According to the history of the 19th century, it was laid out on behalf of Bishop Bernward in the fight against the Wends in 1013.


On March 1, 1974, the communities Dieckhorst, Ettenbüttel, Flettmar and Hahnenhorn ( district of Celle ) were incorporated.


Municipal council

The current council of the community of Müden (Aller) consists of 1 councilwoman and 16 councilors from the following parties and obtained seats:

2016 7th 10 - 17th
2011 6th 10 1 17th
2006 5 11 1 17th


The mayor of Müden (Aller) is Horst Schiesgeries (CDU). His deputies are Timm Bussmann (CDU) and Werner von Grünhagen (SPD).

coat of arms

The design of the municipal coat of arms of Müden comes from the heraldist and coat of arms painter Gustav Völker , who designed all coats of arms in the Hanover region . The coat of arms was approved by the municipal council on April 1, 1957 and approval was granted on January 10, 1958 by the Lower Saxony Minister of the Interior .

Coat of arms of the tired
Blazon : "In the divided shield , above in blue a growing , gold- armored , silver lion , below in gold roughened red ."
Reasons for the coat of arms: The lion depicted is for once not the Guelph , although Tired belonged to these lands. Rather, it is based on an old seal of the von Müden family , which also contained a diamond pattern.

Culture and sights


  • The St. Petri Church with its wall paintings and the Gothic choir was built between 1400 and 1480. The half-timbered extension followed in 1654, and the church tower in 1767. The picture panels inside as well as the tombstones date from the 16th and 17th centuries.
  • The house of the church is a half-timbered building from 1867 and was formerly a school. Today it is used as a youth meeting place and youth event space.
  • Shortly before the confluence of the Oker in the Aller is the weir system with a fish ladder .
  • Near the Good Diekhorst was the 1013 created and no longer existing Mundsburg .
  • The community center of the village is a timber-framed building dating from the 1861st
  • The historic bakery is a half-timbered building erected in 1736 as a cowshed, which was transformed into a cultural meeting place by installing a historic baking oven.
  • Near the point of confluence of the Oker and Aller rivers, the historic town center has well-tended half-timbered buildings.


  • The local history museum documents the local crafts and the importance of agriculture in the place.

Photo gallery


  • Heinrich Klingenspor sen .: Village chronicle Müden (Aller) . Müden 1992 (2nd edition 2003)

Web links

Commons : Tired  - collection of images

Individual evidence

  1. State Office for Statistics Lower Saxony, LSN-Online regional database, Table 12411: Update of the population, as of December 31, 2019  ( help ).
  2. Monthly population comparison May / June 2019 (PDF; 14 kB) In: Internet site of the Meinersen community. June 1, 2019, accessed June 21, 2019 .
  3. ^ Franz Anton Blum: History of the Principality of Hildesheim. Wolfenbüttel 1805, p. 72 f., Cf. also: Some villages are in part already 1000 years old. In: Dietrich Schmidtsdorff u. a .: The Amtshof - lives! History and stories, renovation 2004/2005. Self-published by the home association "Altes Amt Eicklingen", issue 1/2005, Groß Eicklingen 2005, p. 3 ff.
  4. ^ Matthias Blazek: Village chronicle Nienhof. Langlingen 2005, p. 33.
  5. Table of the fire equipment in which all village sheep of the local office = Voigtey are available and still to be purchased. Nds. Landesarchiv - HptStA Hannover - Hann. 74 Celle No. 1273.
  6. ^ Matthias Blazek: The fire extinguishing system in the area of ​​the former Principality of Lüneburg from the beginnings to 1900. Adelheidsdorf 2006, p. 275, ISBN 978-3-00-019837-3 .
  7. ^ Blazek: Nienhof. P. 209.
  8. Klingenspor: Tired. P. 313 f.
  9. Ibid., P. 317.
  10. ^ Matthias Blazek: Wathlingen - History of a Lower Saxon Village. Vol. 3, Wathlingen 2009, p. 36, ISBN 978-3-00-027770-2 .
  11. Der Speicher , Celle 1930, pp. 73 f .; Klingenspor: Müden, p. 30. Under the son of Bernhard I, Bernhard II, and under his son Bernhard III. In constant battles the Slavs penetrated so far in the Saxon country beyond Gifhorn that Bishop Bernward von Hildesheim had to build the fortress Mundburg (Mundborg) against them and was forced, to the northeast of it the castle of Wylwinholt (Wahrenholz, Amt Isenhagen) on the Ise to build. ( Journal of the historical association for Lower Saxony. 1901, p. 66 ff.) Dietrich Schmidtsdorff deals with the exact location of the Mundburg in his essay "Ransom money for the Vikings was coined on the Mundburg" (in: Geldgeschichtliche Nachrichten , September 2005, p . 167 ff.). Schmidtsdorff suspects the location at the site of the Wienhausen monastery or a nearby Welf hunting lodge.
  12. ^ Federal Statistical Office (ed.): Historical municipality directory for the Federal Republic of Germany. Name, border and key number changes in municipalities, counties and administrative districts from May 27, 1970 to December 31, 1982 . W. Kohlhammer, Stuttgart / Mainz 1983, ISBN 3-17-003263-1 , p. 227 .
  13. a b Municipal Council of Müden (Aller). In: website citizen information system ALLRIS®net. Retrieved June 21, 2019 .
  14. District of Hanover (ed.): Wappenbuch district of Hanover . Self-published, Hanover 1985.
  15. ^ A b Arnold Rabbow: Braunschweigisches Wappenbuch . The coats of arms of the communities and districts in the urban and rural districts of Braunschweig, Gandersheim, Gifhorn, Goslar, Helmstedt, Peine, Salzgitter, Wolfenbüttel and Wolfsburg. Ed .: Braunschweiger Zeitung, Salzgitter Zeitung and Wolfsburger Nachrichten. Eckensberger & Co Verlag, Braunschweig 1977, DNB  780686667 , p. 37 .