|Canton :||Bern (BE)|
|Administrative district :||Emmental|
|BFS no. :||0909|
|Postal code :||3555|
|UN / LOCODE :||CH TSA|
|Height range :||705–1251 m above sea level M.|
|Area :||15.65 km²|
|Residents:||1450 (December 31, 2018)|
|Population density :||93 inhabitants per km²|
|Mayor :||Beat Fuhrer ( glp )|
|Location of the municipality|
Around 1130, when the Trub Monastery was founded, Trubschachen (von Schachen in the sense of shrub forest along lakes and rivers, later also for grassland in such locations), together with Marbach, Schangnau and Escholzmatt, belonged to the monastery district of the Trub Benedictine Abbey. Until 1867 the community was officially called Lauperswil Viertel . In 1852 Trubschachen was confirmed in its autonomy by the Bernese municipal law and on January 1, 1868 the name was changed from Lauperswilviertel to Trubschachen.
On August 7, 1946, a Messerschmitt Bf 108 Taifun of the Swiss Army crashed not far from the train station. The plane flew into a cable of a material ropeway. Both pilots were killed.
Trubschachen is located south-west of the Napfbergland on the upper reaches of the Ilfis at the confluence of the Ilfis and Trueb at an altitude of at the transition from Emmental to Entlebuch . Neighboring communities are Eggiwil , Langnau im Emmental and Trub .
In Trubschachen there has been, since 1997, The Traveler , a woman statue by the Chur sculptor Robert Indermaur (* 1947) at the train station . A similar sculpture can also be found at Thusis train station . The allegedly oldest bear is in Trubschachen, the Gasthof zum Bären is first mentioned in a document in 1356.
Kambly biscuit factory
- Peter Wingeier (1828–1898), founder of the Argentine city of Romang
- Karl Stauffer-Bern (1857–1891), painter, etcher and sculptor, born in Trubschachen
- Ernst Bärtschi (1882–1976), Mayor of Bern , born in Trubschachen
- Helene von Lerber (1896–1963), writer, born in Trubschachen
- Michel Seiler (* 1949), Mayor and Grand Councilor (Greens)
- Official website of the community of Trubschachen
- Anne-Marie Dubler : Trubschachen. In: Historical Lexicon of Switzerland .
- Permanent resident population from STAT-TAB of the BfS , municipalities see also regional portraits 2020 on bfs.admin.ch, accessed on May 29, 2020
- Alfred Helfenstein: The Namengut Pilate territory. Keller, Luzern 1982, ISBN 3-85766-004-X , p. 50.
- plane crash
- Results of the community of Trubschachen. State Chancellery of the Canton of Bern, October 20, 2019, accessed on August 3, 2020 .
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- Martina Koch: LED street lighting - smart light in Trubschachen. In: srf.ch . December 7, 2017, accessed December 31, 2019 .
- Trubschachen municipality: Street lighting: 100% converted, 90% saved. In: trubschachen.ch. Accessed December 31, 2019 .
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- Die Reisen ( Memento of the original from March 4, 2016 in the Internet Archive ) Info: The archive link was inserted automatically and has not yet been checked. Please check the original and archive link according to the instructions and then remove this notice.