Neuburg on the Danube
|coat of arms||Germany map|
|Administrative region :||Upper Bavaria|
|Height :||383 m above sea level NHN|
|Area :||81.3 km 2|
|Residents:||29,793 (Dec. 31, 2019)|
|Population density :||366 inhabitants per km 2|
|Postal code :||86633|
|Area code :||08431|
|License plate :||ND, SOB|
|Community key :||09 1 85 149|
|City structure:||27 parts of the community|
City administration address :
|Karlsplatz A 12
86633 Neuburg adDonau
|Lord Mayor :||Bernhard Gmehling ( CSU )|
|Location of the city of Neuburg adDonau in the district of Neuburg-Schrobenhausen|
Neuburg an der Donau (officially: Neuburg adDonau ) is a large district town and the seat of the district administration of the Upper Bavarian district of Neuburg-Schrobenhausen . For centuries, Neuburg was the residential city of the Duchy of Palatinate-Neuburg , which is still reflected in the architecture today.
Neuburg is located northeast of Augsburg and west of Ingolstadt on the Danube , which divides here and forms an inhabited Danube island, the Leopoldineninsel. One section is the Bauer water . The Finkenstein nature reserve is north of Neuburg .
The large district town has 10 districts:
- Neuburg an der Donau with Neuburg an der Donau
- Bergen with mountains and Forsthof
- Bittenbrunn with Bittenbrunn, Zigelau, Auschlösschen, Eulahof and Laisacker
- Bruck with Rohrenfeld, Maxweiler, Rothheim, the Grünau hunting lodge and Bruck
- Feldkirchen Gnadenfeld (Kahlhof), Hardt, Altmannstetten, Sehensand and Feldkirchen
- Heinrichsheim with Heinrichsheim and Bürgererschwaige
- Joshofen with Joshofen
- Ried with Hessellohe, Gietlhausen and Ried
- Zell with Marienheim, Rödenhof, Fleischnershausen and Zell
|Neuburg on the Danube|
Monthly average temperatures and precipitation for Neuburg an der Donau
There were already hill settlements here in prehistoric times. This is indicated Urnfield findings (1300-800 v. Chr.), Late Hallstatt ceramics (620-450 v. Chr.) And the ceramic Early La Tène 450-380 v. Chr. In addition, there were remains of a prehistoric moat.
→ Main article: Neuburg small fort
During the early Roman imperial period, in the 1st century AD, there was most likely a small wood-earth warehouse at the western end of the rock formation of the city mountain, which secured the Danube border with a chain of other systems. When the Limes was moved forward across the Danube, this small fort was given up. The camp village belonging to the garrison and located at the foot of the mountain continued to develop. During late antiquity, after the destruction by invading Teutons, the residents moved to the castle hill. A small stone fort made of cast masonry was built above the early Roman camp, which probably existed until the early 5th century.
Under Bishop Simpert of Augsburg (778 to 809), Neuburg was the seat of a bishopric for a short time , then the capital of a palatinate county , the owners of which were entitled to the Vogtei via the imperial fief of Neuburg. It came to the Counts of Scheyern and thus to Bavaria in the 10th century. The old castle near the city was probably built during this time .
The old Bavarian Herzoghof Neuburg with another castle within the city, today's castle, passed to the Wittelsbach dukes of Bavaria in 1247 , who subsequently resided there temporarily. Since 1214, the municipal constitution of the old ducal palace has been attested, to which the city charter of Emperor Ludwig of Bavaria from 1332 later referred. In 1393 a grandson of the emperor, Stephan III. from Bavaria-Ingolstadt , a letter of freedom for Neuburg. On Epiphany in 1395, Neuburg an der Donau was conquered and plundered by Stephen's opponents in a dispute with Bavaria-Munich . On October 4, 1443, after a four-month siege , Ludwig the Humpy conquered Neuburg, where his father, Duke Ludwig the Bearded, had fled. In 1450, after the Ingolstadt line died out in 1447, Neuburg finally fell to Bavaria-Landshut .
Early modern times: Pfalz-Neuburg
In 1505, as a result of the Landshut War of Succession, the Wittelsbach Duchy of Palatinate-Neuburg was established with Neuburg as the residential city . Under Count Palatine Ottheinrich Neuburg became Protestant in 1542, and the new Protestant court church was built under Palatine Count Philipp Ludwig from 1607 . The Counter Reformation was carried out as early as 1616/17 . During the Thirty Years' War between 1632 and 1634, during the fighting for Regensburg , the city was conquered and occupied several times by Swedish troops who crossed the Danube and then recaptured by Bavarian troops. In 1644, while his father Wolfgang Wilhelm was still alive , Count Palatine Philipp Wilhelm , who also held the Rhenish duchies of Jülich and Berg , took over the government in Pfalz-Neuburg. In 1685 Philipp Wilhelm also inherited the Electoral Palatinate and thus became Elector too.
1717–1718 Neuburg was the de facto residence of the Electoral Palatinate for one year, before Philipp Wilhelm's son, the new Elector Karl III. Philipp moved his court to Heidelberg and then to Mannheim . His Palatinate-Neuburg line was closely related to the last Habsburgs in Vienna and, with his sisters, had not only provided a German empress, but also the queens of Spain and Portugal. After the Pfalz-Neuburg line died out in 1742, the Pfalz-Sulzbach line succeeded in succession in the Electoral Palatinate, Jülich and Berg and in Pfalz-Neuburg. In 1777, with Karl Philipp's successor, Karl IV. Theodor inherited the Pfalz-Sulzbach line, then Bavaria and Pfalz-Neuburg was now administered from Munich. In 1799 the line Pfalz-Zweibrücken-Birkenfeld followed in the line of succession .
As early as 1774, Karl August von Pfalz-Zweibrücken lived for some time in Neuburg Castle, which otherwise often served as a widow's residence. The Principality of Neuburg itself was abolished shortly after the establishment of the Kingdom of Bavaria in 1808 by its brother King Maximilian Joseph and incorporated into the Altmühlkreis .
19th and 20th centuries
As a result, Neuburg had to come to terms with a somewhat reduced importance. The city in the Bavarian administrative district of Swabia and Neuburg (since 1837) had the function of a center for the rural area and later became an important official seat. The district court of Neuburg an der Donau existed until 1932 . The local land consolidation office moved to Regensburg in 1966, the district or state archive for Swabia in 1989 to Augsburg. The Neuburg high school with its study seminar also had a national name . For a long time, however, Neuburg was primarily known as a military garrison (during the period of the monarchy until 1918 for the 15th Bavarian infantry regiment ), of which a memorial in the Fünfzehnerstrasse commemorates those who died in World War I in 2085 . The garrison in particular, along with the other state-run institutions, was an indispensable stimulus for the small town's economy for many decades . The industry also remained relatively weak. The only thing remarkable was the exploitation and processing of the silica deposits on the northern outskirts by two companies.
It was not until the time after 1945 that there was a noticeable upswing in the manufacturing industry, especially in the glass and building materials industry and cardboard boxes . Since the 1950s / 60s, the textile industry with several companies was still important as an employer; it is no longer to be found today. In contrast, the branch of a company for the production of Leonischer wire continues to exist as an automotive supplier. Due to the influx of around 4,000 expellees , extensive public and private construction began after the Second World War . The development of the city expanded significantly during these years, especially due to the new settlements in the east and south.
Until June 30, 1972, Neuburg an der Donau was an independent city and belonged to the administrative district of Swabia. When the Bavarian district reform came into force on July 1, 1972, the Neuburg district and parts of the Neuburg and Schrobenhausen districts became the new district of Neuburg an der Donau, which received its current name on May 1, 1973 . This new district changed to the administrative district of Upper Bavaria . To compensate for the loss of district freedom, Neuburg was given the title of large district town, just like comparable cities . Associated with this is the official title of mayor for the mayor of Neuburg.
In the area of the district of Bittenbrunn on the northwestern edge there was an early medieval burial ground from the fifth century AD, which was excavated in 1968 and scientifically processed as part of a dissertation . In addition, there are finds from the Neolithic and the Roman Empire (Roman road, manors).
On July 1, 1972, the previously independent community of Heinrichsheim was incorporated. On January 1, 1976, Bergen , Joshofen , Ried , Zell and the main part of the dissolved municipality of Bruck were added. Bittenbrunn and Feldkirchen followed on January 1, 1978.
Between 1988 and 2018 the city grew from 24,502 to 29,682 by 5,180 inhabitants or 21.1%.
- 1900: 8,036 inhabitants
- 1910: 9,061 inhabitants
- 1961: 21,063 inhabitants
- 1970: 23,758 inhabitants
- 1987: 24,157 inhabitants
- 1991: 25,842 inhabitants
- 1995: 27,203 inhabitants
- 2000: 27,715 inhabitants
- 2005: 28,162 inhabitants
- 2010: 28,197 inhabitants
- 2015: 29,182 inhabitants
- 2016: 30,109 inhabitants
- 2017: 30,147 inhabitants
- 2018: 30,240 inhabitants
- 2019: 30,340 inhabitants
The local elections on March 16, 2014 with a turnout of 47.6% led to the following result:
|Party / list||Share of votes||G / V||Seats||G / V|
|FDP / Liberals||5.8%||−0.8||2||± 0|
P / L: gain or loss compared to 2008 election
The municipal election held on 15 March 2020 had with a turnout of 51.6% (4% more than in 2014) the following result:
|Party / list||Share of votes||G / V||Seats||G / V|
|FDP / Liberals||3.9%||−1.9||1||−1|
P / L: Profit or loss compared to the 2014 election WIND: Voter Initiative Neuburg Donau
The Lord Mayor is Bernhard Gmehling ( CSU ). It was in 2002 succeeded Hans Günter Huniar ( The Independent Free Voters ), who had been at the head of the city since the 1984th Its predecessor was Theo Lauber , Lord Mayor from 1960 to 1984.
In the elections in 2008 Gmehling was able to stand out from the other applicants with 70.5% of the vote. In the 2014 local elections, he was re-confirmed in office with 59.0% of the votes cast. In the election on March 15, 2020, he received 45.6% of the votes among five competitors; In the runoff election on March 29, 2020, he was elected for a fourth term with 58.8% - with a turnout of 62.4%.
In 2017, the municipal tax income was € 31,407,000, of which € 9,457,000 was trade tax income (net). The largest item of income was the contribution to income tax with € 15,757,000.
Neuburg received today's city arms after the Landshut War of Succession in 1506. In addition to the original gate tower, two male rider children - the two princes and later princes Ottheinrich and Philipp - and a lion were depicted. The dominant colors are white, red and green.
The city flag has the colors white, blue and red. There is also a city logo.
- Sister cities of Neuburg are:
- There are also city friendships with Hamburg and Malcesine in the Italian region of Veneto .
- The city is part of the city network Neuburg / Neuchâtel , which also includes the city of Neuchâtel in Switzerland.
- There is also a wine sponsorship with Wachenheim , Pfalz .
- In 1955 the sponsorship for the expelled Sudeten Germans from the city of Weidenau and the community of Großkrosse in the Freiwaldau district in the Jeseníky Mountains was taken over.
Culture and sights
Churches and monasteries
Neuburg an der Donau had a not insignificant monastery and monastery landscape, parts of which are still preserved. The Benedictine convent of Bergen , located near Neuburg, dates from the year 976 and was later merged with the Benedictine convent founded in 1002 . A Jesuit college later stood on the site of this monastery and is now the Maria Ward Institute . The monastery of St. Wolfgang of the Merciful Brothers from 1623 was closed in 1980. The Geriatric Center Neuburg is located on the former monastery grounds . Founded in 1656, the Franciscan monastery, which was secularized in 1803, is 33 years younger . In 1661 the Carmelite monastery was donated by Count Palatine Philipp Wilhelm . It existed until 1802. The collegiate monastery of St. Peter dates from 1681. Since the monastery was dissolved in 1803, the church has served as the town parish church. Also in 1681 the Marian collegiate foundation Our Lady of the Gnadenaug was founded. The reason for the foundation was the "miracle of the turn of the eyes" on a statue of Our Lady. The monastery and pilgrimage were affected by the secularization of 1803. Today the statue is owned by the Maria Ward sisters. Between 1698 and 1701 the Ursuline convent of St. Maria with the study church was built , which was closed in 1813. The Elisabethinerinnen moved into the St. Elisabeth monastery in 1840. The monastery still exists and it operates the St. Elisabeth clinics in Neuburg.
In addition to the parish church of St. Peter mentioned, the court church from the early 17th century, but also the Christ Church , built by German Bestelmeyer between 1927 and 1930 , are important sacred buildings in Neuburg. There are also the churches of St. Ulrich, Hl. Geist and the Apostlekirche . In addition, the New Apostolic Church and the Free Evangelical Congregation own church buildings in the city. The palace chapel, consecrated in 1543, also exists in the palace complex .
Neuburg Castle , the city castle of Neuburg, dates back to a castle complex from the 13th century and was later converted into a Renaissance castle. Parts were also redesigned under the influence of the baroque . The town hall dates from the years 1603 to 1609 with extensions in the years 1640 to 1642. The former stables , which were built around 1530 to 1535 , are also worth seeing .
The baroque Weveldhaus was built in 1517 and rebuilt to its present form between 1713 and 1715. In Amalienstraße and Karlsplatz there are numerous houses with Renaissance or Baroque facades, such as the former city and court pharmacy and the former post office as well as the Thurn and Taxishaus and the provincial library . This building with a splendid rococo facade now serves as the state library , and the city library (book tower) is another well-known secular building in the city.
The former provincial bailiff and the former mint form a group of buildings around the mint from different times, with the so-called Hexenturm, a four-storey tower of the medieval city castle, built around 1200. Many of the buildings in the former royal seat were also later rededicated: The former landscape and government building on Ottheinrichplatz now serves as the district court building. The former Zehentstadel has been a municipal theater since 1869. The upper gate with two flanking round towers and a tent roof was redesigned in 1541, while the lower gate of the city fortifications was renewed in 1752.
The Jagdschloss Grünau just outside is an important ensemble from the Renaissance period.
The list of architectural monuments in Neuburg an der Donau gives an overview of the architectural monuments in Neuburg .
With the city theater, the Neuburger Volkstheater e. V., the Marionettentheater Neuburg Fadenspieler, the Neuburg Boulevard Theater , as well as the theaters papp & klapp ( children's and youth theater ), Mimenfeld (New Theater Neuburg) and the Neuburg Chamber Opera, there are seven theaters in the city.
There are several museums in Neuburg: The state castle museum in Neuburg an der Donau houses the newly designed museum wing on the history of the Principality of Palatinate-Neuburg on the main floor of the east wing of Neuburg Castle . On the second floor there is the Archaeological Museum Schloss Neuburg as a branch museum of the State Archaeological Collection. Church treasures are exhibited on the third floor, in particular the precious textiles from the former Ursuline convent in Neuburg ( antependia ). Since 2005 the Staatsgalerie Neuburg - Flämische Barockmalerei has also been a branch museum of the Bavarian State Painting Collections in the west wing of the palace. a. Shows works by important masters such as Peter Paul Rubens , Anthonis van Dyck and Jan Brueghel . In the Weveldhaus , a baroque aristocratic palace in Amalienstraße, the city museum is set up, which is run by the Historisches Verein Neuburg and is dedicated to the city's history. The association is also the most important lender of the exhibits in the castle museum. The Chamber of Paraments in the study seminar can also be visited . In 1998, on the initiative of Armin Geus, the Biohistoricum Neuburg was founded as a non-university, non-governmental museum.
The Neuburg Castle Festival is celebrated every two years on the last weekend in June and on the first weekend in July and is reminiscent of the Renaissance period : the citizens slip into historical costumes and leave the period of the 15th and 16th in the picturesque old town. Century revive - with historical market bustle, singers, bards and jugglers, fanfare blowers and tournament riders, mercenaries and court entourage. The highlights of the castle festival include the performances of the Steckenreitertanz in the castle courtyard and a colorful parade through the city.
One of the cultural events in Neuburg are the Neuburg Baroque Concerts, which take place every autumn in the atmospheric setting of the Neuburg Residence, with renowned artists from home and abroad.
The Neuburg Danube Swimming is the largest winter swimming in Europe. It takes place every year on the last Saturday in January. In 2005 there were 2107 swimmers with an air temperature of −6 ° C in the only 1.5 ° C cold Danube. They covered a distance of about four kilometers. There were also about 30 ice swimmers who managed a distance of 300 meters in swimwear only.
The festival begins every year in late July and ends in early August. During this period, a marquee with a wheat beer garden, several rides and food stalls will be set up on the Volksfestplatz in Neuburg Ostend.
The Fischergasslerfest takes place every year at the end of May. It is a traditional social festival that offers culinary dishes and beer. On the same day the jousting takes place on the Danube. The festival takes place in the entire Fischergasse, which is located directly on the Danube quay.
For over 30 years, the Neuburg Summer Academy has been offering all those interested in art and music the opportunity to take part in courses in the fields of fine arts, music, jazz, early music and theater. For this purpose, internationally known lecturers meet in the residence city in the first two weeks of August.
Other events include the Hofgarten Festival , the reigns , the Sèter Wine Festival and Christmas in Neuburg .
Economy and Infrastructure
Number of employees
According to official statistics, there were 13,986 jobs subject to social insurance in the city in 2017; Of the resident population, 12,401 people were in an employment relationship subject to compulsory insurance. The number of inbound commuters was thus 1,585 higher than that of outbound commuters. In the same year, 548 people were unemployed.
On September 21, 2011, the eight municipalities of Dollnstein , Wellheim , Nassenfels , Egweil , Oberhausen , Burgheim , Rennertshofen and Neuburg an der Donau formed the ARGE Urdonautal , a working group whose purpose is to promote and coordinate tourism in the Urdonautal.
- Railway station on the Ingolstadt – Neuoffingen railway line (Danube Valley Railway)
- Bundesstrasse 16 (B16)
- Neuburg-Egweil airfield
Long-distance cycle path
Neuburg is located on the Danube cycle path , which of the Donauquelle about Passau , Vienna and Budapest to the mouth of the Black Sea leads and the partly parallel Euro Velo , which runs 6-cycle path as fluxes route along six European rivers from the Atlantic Ocean to the Black Sea.
Industry and commerce
The city's largest employers are Verallia Deutschland , Rockwool , Faurecia , Leoni and the Hoffmann group of companies ( Sonax and Hoffmann Mineral) in the glass and chemical industries . In addition, Neuburg fulfills the traditional function of a trade and service center for the rural area. The logistics company Roman Mayer Logistik Group also has a branch in Neuburg.
From August 2012 until the opening in August 2014, the Ingolstadt-based automobile manufacturer Audi built a driving and presentation center with a total of 460 workstations, which will also house the Group's motorsport department after its move. The Stadtwerke Neuburg an der Donau are the regional utility.
Tactical Air Force Squadron 74
At the air base and in the Wilhelm Frankl army barracks on the eastern edge of the city's Tactical Air Force Squadron 74 home (TaktLwG 74). It is an association of the Bundeswehr Air Force and is the second German squadron to be equipped with the Eurofighter Typhoon . The TaktLwG 74 sets the alarm for the southern German airspace.
A blind flight school was located at this location until the end of the Second World War .
Technical relief organization (THW) local association Neuburg
There is a local association of the Federal Agency for Technical Relief (THW) in Neuburg . This is divided into a technical train with a platoon, rescue group, emergency supply / emergency repair specialist group and water hazards specialist group. In Neuburg, the THW is mainly involved in the field of flood protection. This includes the construction of the mobile flood protection in the Danube Quay, Brandl and Insel area and the provision of an emergency power unit with 165kVA and various large pumps with a total capacity of 52,000 l / min. The local association is also involved in youth work.
Other public institutions
Between 1985 and 1990 the correctional facility Neuburg-Herrenwörth was built in Herrenwörth . The construction volume was put at 54 million marks, but at the same time this created 125 new jobs. On July 24, 1985, the representatives of the authorities laid the foundation stone for the construction project, among them the then Bavarian Minister of Justice, August Lang. To commemorate this historical event, the daily newspapers “Neuburger Rundschau”, “Süddeutsche Zeitung” and “Donaukurier” came with a certificate in a copper cover. After a construction period of almost five years, prisoners first occupied the building in March 1990 . There is also the Neuburg penal institution (old town).
There are ten general education schools in Neuburg: three primary schools, one middle school, two support centers, one business school, two secondary schools and one grammar school. There are also eleven vocational schools: a vocational school, six vocational schools, a technical college, a vocational college, another technical school and a technical academy.
Day care centers
The 19 daycare centers in the city had 1,129 approved places on March 1, 2018. 1,095 children attended the facilities, 111 of them under three years of age.
The death of Rudolf Rupp occurred in the Heinrichsheim district of Neuburg in autumn 2001 . It is considered to be one of the most bizarre cases in recent German criminal history. With the later discovery of his skeletonized corpse at the wheel of the car that had sunk in the Danube, it was proven that the findings in the verdict of the Ingolstadt Regional Court could largely not be correct. As a result of this judgment, Rupp's wife, his two daughters and the boyfriend of one of the daughters at the time had served several years in prison.
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