Schwaneberg (Sülzetal)

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community Sülzetal
Schwaneberg coat of arms
Coordinates: 51 ° 59 ′ 55 ″  N , 11 ° 28 ′ 22 ″  E
Height : 81 m
Area : 9.11 km²
Residents : 563  (December 31, 2015)
Population density : 62 inhabitants / km²
Incorporation : April 1, 2001
Postal code : 39171
Area code : 039205

Schwaneberg is part of the Sülzetal community in the Börde district in Saxony-Anhalt .


The residential area Körling belonged to the community of Schwaneberg .

The place is southwest of Magdeburg and the B 81 tangent to Schwaneberg to the east.


Farm in Schwaneberg, 1935 or earlier

The place is mentioned for the first time in 939 in a deed of gift from Otto I. to the "Moritzkloster" Magdeburg. It was located in the central settlement area of Northern Thuringia . The Berge Monastery later made important acquisitions here. After 1648 the place came to the royal office Egeln im Holzkreis . The development of the place name can be traced as follows: Suanuburgon 939, Suaneberg 1144, Svaneberge 1176. During the Thirty Years' War , Schwaneberg shared the same fate as other places and fell victim to fire, robbery and destruction.

On April 1, 2001, the community Schwaneberg merged with other communities to form the new unitary community Sülzetal and thereby lost its political independence.


Coat of arms Schwaneberg.png

coat of arms

The coat of arms was awarded on November 27, 1937 by the Lord President of the Province of Saxony , Curt von Ulrich .

Blazon : "In red on a green three-mountain, a black armored silver swan."

The coat of arms was designed by the Magdeburg State Archives Councilor Otto Korn .


Schwaneberg was on the Schönebeck – Blumenberg railway line . This is shut down.

See also

List of the winners of the National Prize of the GDR III. Science and Technology Class (1949–1959)

Web links

Commons : Schwaneberg  - collection of images, videos and audio files