Pobles is located southeast of Lützen between Leipzig and Weißenfels , as well as between the opencast mining areas of Zwenkau and Profen . The village is surrounded by extensive agricultural land. The Grünebach flows through the village.
The center of Muschwitz is located southeast of Pobles. The Lange Straße leads from Pobles to the L 189, which connects Taucha with Muschwitz.
The A 38 passes north of Pobles .
Pobles belonged to the Electorate of Saxony until 1806 and to the Kingdom of Saxony until 1815 . The place was subordinate to the Hochstift-Merseburg office of Lützen , which had been under Electoral Saxon sovereignty since 1561 and belonged to the secondary school principality of Saxony-Merseburg between 1656/57 and 1738 .
In 1713 the entire village corridor was measured and mapped by Pobles. The corresponding land register is still available.
Through the resolutions of the Congress of Vienna , Pobles and the western part of the Lützen district came to Prussia in 1815. The place was assigned to the administrative district Merseburg of the province of Saxony in 1816. Pobles belonged to the Merseburg district .
During the first district reform in the GDR on July 1, 1950, Pobles was reclassified to the Weißenfels district and also incorporated into Muschwitz.
Sons and daughters of the place
- Friedrich Wilhelm von Rex (born November 29, 1705 in Pobles, † April 14, 1763 in Dresden), royal Polish and electoral Saxon lieutenant general
- Franziska Nietzsche (* February 2, 1826, † April 20, 1897 in Naumburg), pastor's daughter and wife and the mother of Friedrich Nietzsche.
- Karlheinz Blaschke , Uwe Ulrich Jäschke : Kursächsischer Ämteratlas. Leipzig 2009, ISBN 978-3-937386-14-0 , pp. 84 f.
- In the state archive of Saxony-Anhalt in the official inventory of Lützen (D 25).
- The district of Merseburg in the municipal directory 1900
- Muschwitz and its districts on gov.genealogy.net
- StBA: Area changes from January 01 to December 31, 2010