Wasserburg am Inn
|coat of arms||Germany map|
|Administrative region :||Upper Bavaria|
|Height :||427 m above sea level NHN|
|Area :||18.8 km 2|
|Residents:||12,796 (Dec. 31, 2019)|
|Population density :||681 inhabitants per km 2|
|Postal code :||83512|
|Area code :||08071|
|License plate :||RO , AIB , WS|
|Community key :||09 1 87 182|
|City structure:||22 districts|
City administration address :
83512 Wasserburg a.Inn
|Mayor :||Michael Kölbl ( SPD )|
|Location of the city of Wasserburg a.Inn in the district of Rosenheim|
Wasserburg am Inn (officially Wasserburg a.Inn ) is a town in the Upper Bavarian district of Rosenheim . It is located about 55 km east of the state capital Munich and about 25 km north of the district town of Rosenheim . It was the seat of the District Court of Wasserburg a.Inn, from which the District Court of Wasserburg am Inn and the District Office, which later became the District Office of Wasserburg a.Inn , emerged.
Wasserburg am Inn offers a special feature with its scenic location: the old town is located on a peninsula that is almost completely surrounded by the Inn (approx. 7/8) and can only be reached via a narrow headland. From the steep bank on the opposite side, the Innleiten, which is up to 70 meters high, one overlooks the entire old town with its buildings dating back to the Middle Ages. In the river, right next to the city, lies the small, wooded Capuchin Island , the name of which is reminiscent of the former Capuchin Monastery of Wasserburg .
As can easily be seen from the floor plan of the old town and the outwardly decreasing age of the buildings, the peninsula has grown steadily to the east and north over the past centuries, while the Inn has eroded the steep bank opposite. This process only came to a standstill in the first half of the 20th century when the banks were fortified as part of the power plant construction on the Inn. On old cityscapes and photographs it can accordingly be seen that the impact slope opposite was practically not overgrown until a few decades ago, whereas today it is largely forested.
In accordance with the low height of the alluvial land compared to the water level of the Inn, which is subject to strong fluctuations, large parts of the old town were regularly flooded during floods , until this could so far be prevented by the construction of the flood clearance in 1986.
Wasserburg am Inn has 22 districts:
Some districts of Wasserburg are referred to as districts, but are not districts according to the Bavarian municipality directory despite the place name signs:
The name of Wasserburg is probably derived from the similar to a Wasserburg nearly surrounded on all sides by water castle from. The earliest surviving documents and plans also use this name for the settlement at the foot of Wasserburg Castle . In the maps of Apian in the 16th century, the settlement is strangely referred to as "Newenhochenaw" (Neuenhohenau). The name could refer to the monastery "Hohenoue", located about seven kilometers south of Wasserburg aI, which is known today under the name Altenhohenau .
In addition to Bronze Age finds, archaeological findings on the outskirts of the medieval city show the remains of an area enclosed by a tuff stone wall from the middle of the 9th century with a burial place. The wall, which apparently collapsed later, shows traces of fire, the settlement had at least been abandoned in the excavated area. A skeleton known as " Fletzi " from this period was also found.
Wasserburg is mentioned for the first time in a document dated from 1085 to 1088, a copy of which is preserved in a tradition book of the St. Emmeram monastery in Regensburg . Since it already speaks of a "Dietrich von Wasserburg", the process, which has long been seen as the founding of the city, that Hallgraf Engelbert moved his ancestral seat from Limburg Castle to his " Wasserburg " in the middle of the 12th century , has to be questioned. The associated document has now also been recognized as a forgery.
The settlement at the foot of the castle soon became prosperous thanks to shipping on the Inn, the salt trade and the associated income, and in the first half of the 13th century it acquired city rights. In 1220 the city already had ring walls and a moat, but in 1247 Wasserburg was conquered after 17 weeks of siege by Duke Ludwig (later Ludwig II., The Strict ). The possessions of the Count of Wasserburg passed to the Duke and Wasserburg was thus Wittelsbacher possession (inheritance contract). In 1248 Wasserburg was included in the Bayerische Landtafel (Landstands), four years later the town hall was built.
Little is known about the early history of the city, as all documents from this period were lost in the city fire of 1339.
In the Thirty Years' War Munich was occupied by the Swedes, who came to the Inn around 1632. The inhabitants of the left bank therefore fled, often accompanied by their cattle, to the right side of the river, where the places consequently had to take in many refugees. In addition, the imperial and Bavarian soldiers were stationed there, which caused resistance among the population. About 1500 farmers from the judicial districts of Kling and Kraiburg gathered in 1634 near Achatz above Wasserburg. After they did not follow the official request to separate, the Capuchin monk P. Johann was sent as a mediator. He succeeded in appeasing the farmers for the time being. But when imperial and Bavarian soldiers were once again stationed to the right of the Inn, the uprising flared up again, smaller cavalry detachments were attacked and farmers captured in Kling Castle were freed. Another Capuchin monk, P. Romanus, was able to mediate between the farmers and the Elector Maximilian I , who had moved to Salzburg . But when the farmers refused to separate, the military was sent to the Achatzberg. 170 farmers were captured there and three of them were executed as ringleaders .
In the later Thirty Years' War, all bridges over the Inn, with the exception of Wasserburg, were broken off by the Elector; here, however, the route across the river could be successfully defended against the Swedish troops, which played a decisive role in the defense of the areas east of the Inn. The water level of the Inn, which was particularly high at that time due to prolonged rain, was also able to prevent the enemy from crossing the river near Mühldorf .
Before 1803, Wasserburg am Inn was the nursing office and seat of the regional court. Wasserburg had a city court with important magistrate rights. In 1807 the district court of Haag was added to the district court of Wasserburg .
In 1835 the city consisted of 300 houses and had 2,100 inhabitants or 546 families. At that time, the Inn Bridge was 430 Bavarian feet (125.5 m) long, which is roughly its current length.
On May 1, 1978, the previously independent communities Attel (with Reitmehring) and Edling were incorporated. On April 29, 1981 Edling was spun off from the city and again became an independent municipality in the Rosenheim district.
- 11th century: The place Wasserburg is mentioned several times in books of tradition, such as 1085-1088 as Wazzerburch, 1091-1098 as Wazirpurch
- 12th century: Hallgraf Engelbert moved his ancestral seat from Limburg Castle to his moated castle in the middle of the 12th century
- 1220: Circular walls and moat exist
- approx. 1245: Count Konrad equips Wasserburg with castle rights (older form of city rights)
- 1248: inclusion of Wasserburg in the Bavarian land table (state estates)
- around 1252: construction of the first town hall
- 1255: Construction of the first civic church
- before 1291: exercise of own city rights (commercial and tax sovereignty)
- 1323: Proof of a city judge (jurisdiction)
- before 1324: Municipal constitution (1324 the "rights and liberties" of the city of Wasserburg are granted to Hague)
- 1334: General town charter granted by Emperor Ludwig of Bavaria
- afterwards: granting of important "individual privileges" which in their entirety make up the "town charter"
- 1339: City fire
- 1392: Bavarian division of the country: Wasserburg falls to Bavaria-Ingolstadt by drawing lots with the “Land vor dem Gebirg” .
- from 1410: New construction of the parish church by "Master Hans von Burghausen". Later the master builders Stephan Krumenauer u. Wolfgang Wieser.
- from 1415: expansion of the city fortifications
- 1422: Unsuccessful siege of the city by Duke Heinrich von Landshut (monument in the side entrance of the town hall)
- 1439: Award of the salt disc penny for eternity
- 1447: Renewed division of the country: Wasserburg is awarded to Landshut .
- 1457–1459: New construction of the town hall by Jörg Tünzl
- 1504: Landshut War of Succession: The citizenship hands over the city to Ruprecht von der Pfalz
- 1526–1537: Duke Wilhelm IV converts the castle into a ducal palace.
- 1624: Capuchin monastery is founded by the provost from Gars am Inn.
- 1634: Great plague epidemic: the citizens vow to renew the parish church.
- from 1635: The parish church was furnished by the Zürn brothers due to the plague vow of 1634
- 1648: Unsuccessful siege of Wasserburg by Swedes and French
- November 23, 1705: Battle of the peasants on the Achatzberg ( War of the Spanish Succession )
- 1793: Last Bavarian district assembly in Wasserburg
- 1800: Battle of Hohenlinden
- 1879: Establishment of the District Court of Wasserburg am Inn and the Royal Realschule Wasserburg
- 1885: Last city fire
- 1888: Establishment of a city history collection with an exhibition room in the former St. Michael's Chapel (today Museum Wasserburg)
- 1902: Opening of the railway line Wasserburg Bahnhof (Reitmehring) - Wasserburg Stadt
- 1905: The Ebersberg - Wasserburg railway station is opened
- 1914: Inauguration of the Luitpold Realschule on Salzburger Strasse
- 1929: The “Red Bridge” collapses due to an ice rush
- 1939: The local district office becomes the Landratsamt Wasserburg a.Inn
- June 30, 1972: Dissolution of the Wasserburg a.Inn district as part of the Bavarian district reform; The majority of the area was added to the Rosenheim district, while smaller parts went to Mühldorf a.Inn, Ebersberg and Erding
- 1975–1977: Construction of the Badria sports and leisure facility
- 1984–1986: Flood exposure of the old town
- 1985–1987: Construction of the B304 bypass
- March 1987: Interruption of the railway line Wasserburg Bahnhof - Wasserburg Stadt (Dammrutsch); since then city bus traffic
- 1992 resumption of shipping on the Inn
- 1980–2002: Numerous large-scale urban redevelopment projects are implemented: construction of the bypass road, sewage treatment plant, expansion of the sewerage system, construction of the two free parking garages, city archive, construction of the connecting ramp on Münchner Straße and numerous building and street renovations in the old town
- 2007/2008: Increase in flood protection systems
- 2013: The district court of Wasserburg am Inn is dissolved on May 31st
Between 1988 and 2018 the city grew from 9,237 by 37.4% or 3,454 to 12,691 inhabitants.
City Councilor and Mayor
|Political party||Seats||Share of votes|
|Citizens' forum Wasserburg||3||10.60%|
|Free voters - Wasserburger Block||2||7.70%|
|Free voters Reitmehring Wasserburg||2||7.37%|
|Left list Wasserburg||1||4.20%|
Michael Kölbl (SPD) has been the first mayor since 2002. In the 2014 local elections, he was re-confirmed in office with 81.7% of the valid votes.
Since September 1999 the city of Wasserburg am Inn has had an official partnership with the city of Vincennes (Indiana) in the USA. Wasserburg am Inn has been an official twin town with the town of Cugir in Transylvania (Romania) since November 2009. The friendly relationship between Cugir and Wasserburg has existed since the early 1990s.
The density of cultural institutions in the small Inn town is high. In and around Wasserburg, many artists from the visual and performing arts have also settled.
- Wasserburg theater
- Theater district Wasserburg
- Narrative cafe with Ilona Picha-Höberth
- Music and Theater Association Attel
- Gabersee live
- change of words improvisational theater
- Stadtkapelle Wasserburg
- Wasserburg Bach Choir
- Wasserburg Chamber Orchestra
- Wasserburg town hall concerts
- Wasserburger Volksmusiktage
- Wasserburger Advent Singing
- Museum Wasserburg (Herrengasse 15): The museum shows art and cultural-historical exhibits from the late Gothic to the 19th century (folk art, furniture, sacred art, city history, shipping and trade, civic life, guilds and handicrafts)
- Municipal Collection Wasserburg from five centuries (Bruckor, Bruckgasse 2): The collection shows over 2000 objects, especially pictures of the city as well as applied arts such as ceramics, faience, pewter, silver, clocks, weapons and church art from Wasserburg am Inn
- Wegmacher Museum in the road maintenance facility (Herderstrasse 5): historical development of road construction and road maintenance
- Gallery in the Ganserhaus of the working group 68
- Bierkellermuseum Wasserburg beer catacombs (visits only as part of guided tours)
- Sculpture path on the Inndamm around the old town (can be visited at any time and without admission)
- Psychiatry museum in the kbo-Inn-Salzach-Klinikum (formerly the Gabersee district hospital; can only be visited after registration and with a guide)
Former Kneipp spa town
An earthy-alkaline mineral spring under the name Agatiusquelle or Agatiusbad has been known near today's St. Achatz Church since around 1483 . The medicinal water should primarily help against hemorrhoid problems. Later the water was led 1,400 paces to the bath house there with wooden pipes.
In 1857 the building was rebuilt with an expansion of the bath. Previously only the townspeople used the water for cleaning, but from this time on it was also used for medical purposes. The bath enjoyed economic success until the municipal water supply system was built in 1888, after which interest gradually declined.
As a result, the decision was made to convert the bath into a water spa based on the principles of Sebastian Kneipp and despite some inconsistencies during the planning, the project was completed on February 1, 1890. The demand was great, so in 1891 another 65,000 marks were invested in the expansion of guest rooms as well as the construction of a dining and lounge area and a garden with a fountain .
But when a new doctor was hired in 1892, who instead of Kneipp cures used other healing methods such as therapeutic gymnastics , electrical cures or diet cures, a dispute broke out between him and the employed nuns. Then the spa guests stayed away and the spa gave way to a boarding school.
Today there is one of the largest Kneipp clubs in Bavaria in Wasserburg .
The medieval old town of Wasserburg am Inn is almost completely preserved and as a whole is extremely worth seeing. Some outstanding buildings in the old town are:
- Red Bridge (Innbrücke)
- Bruckor (through which the former salt road led into the old town, rebuilt several times, the wall painting on the Inn front dates from 1568)
- Heiliggeist-Spital with Heiliggeist-Spitalkirche in Bruckgasse 2: The hospital building and the church date from the 14th century. In the Heiliggeist hospital church there is a late Gothic, wood-carved altarpiece depicting the Pentecostal miracle. The former Heiliggeist-Spital housed the First Imaginary Museum (also Günter Dietz Collection ) from 1979 to 2014 , in which reproductions of paintings and drawings by international artists from different eras could be seen. Today the “Wasserburg aus Five Centuries” collection is housed in the premises.
- Market square with new and old toll house, town hall and market church: the town hall with double gables dates from the 15th century, but was rebuilt in the 19th century. The carved wooden beam ceiling in the small town hall from 1564 is remarkable.
- St. Michael Church
- Castle and castle chapel: on the narrowest point of the land connection on a ridge of the former Hallgraves. The castle was built in the 12th century. The ducal grain box was rebuilt in 1526. The castle with stepped gables was built in 1531–1537.
- Parish Church of St. Jakob : late Gothic hall church, built 1410–1478 by Hans von Burghausen , Hans Stethaimer and Stephan Krumenauer . The renaissance pulpit by the Zürn brothers from 1635 is well worth seeing. On the choir wall is a representation of the salvation process as a tree of life from the 15th century.
- Frauenkirche : The Catholic building, built as a market church, dates from the first half of the 14th century and is the oldest church in the city. In 1750 it was redesigned in the Baroque style . The beautiful Madonna on the high altar is remarkable .
- Kernhaus at Marienplatz: former patrician house with late medieval arbors on the ground floor and rococo facade by Johann Baptist Zimmermann from the years 1738–1740. Today there is a hotel in the building.
- Max Emanuel Chapel
- Hunger Tower (Im Hag, across from the volunteer fire brigade )
- Powder tower
- Red Tower (between Schlachthausstraße and Ledererzeile, corner of Hofstatt)
- City wall and old town cemetery (Im Hag)
- Memorial to the victims of National Socialism (Heisererplatz)
A little outside of the old town:
- Nice view : vantage point with a view of the old town on Salzburger Strasse, Kellerberg
- Weikertsham Castle
- St. Achatz Church
- Attel monastery complex
- Chapel in misery
- Inn-Salzach-Klinikum (district hospital Gabersee until December 31, 2006)
- Inn barrage
- Inn bridge on the bypass road
- Pigeon market on the first Sunday in February
- Mittfasten-, Georgi-, Benno-, Michaeli- and Kathreinsmarkt (traditional goods markets)
- Wasserburg Spring Festival on Pentecost
- Nations Festival
- Night flea market
- Wine festival
- Attler autumn festival
- Wasserburg lights up
- Christmas market
The women's basketball team of TSV 1880 Wasserburg plays in the 1st women's basketball league (DBBL) and was German champion from 2004 to 2008, 2011, from 2013 to 2017 , and from 2005 to 2007 , 2011, from 2014 to 2018 German cup winner .
Wasserburg's economy is shaped by the large industrial plants on the outskirts. The plants of the Bauer dairy , RKW SE (Rheinische Kunststoffwerke), Wasserburger Arzneimittelwerke and Gronbach are located in the south . When coming from Munich you can see the industrial silhouette of Meggle AG in the Reitmehring district from afar .
Trade and commerce
Numerous service providers and retailers are represented, especially in the old town and the surrounding districts. The trade register records a total of around 1000 registered trades.
Since the municipal reform in 1972, Wasserburg am Inn is no longer a separate district and therefore no longer a district town.
Wasserburg am Inn is strongly influenced by the health system. The Inn-Salzach-Klinikum (district hospital Gabersee until December 31, 2006) supplies all of Southeast Bavaria with its services in the field of psychiatry and neurology. Together with the Triamed District Clinic and numerous health facilities, well over 1,500 people are employed in the health sector. The number of specialists is far above average for a medium-sized center.
In the Attel district there is also a (non-church) institution for the mentally handicapped, the Attl Foundation .
One of the special features of Wasserburg is the large number of schools: the city with only approx. 12,500 inhabitants is visited by over 6,000 students.
- Elementary school Wasserburg
- Wasserburg Middle School
- Anton Heilingbrunner School , secondary school
- Reitmehring primary school
- Luitpold-Gymnasium Wasserburg am Inn
- State Vocational School Wasserburg am Inn ( Vocational School and Technical School )
- State vocational school Wasserburg
- Vocational school for nursing at the Inn-Salzach-Klinikum
- Vocational school for nursing assistance at the Inn-Salzach-Klinikum
- Vocational school for nursing at the Romed district clinic in Wasserburg
- Vocational school for physiotherapy at the Romed district clinic in Wasserburg
- State University of Applied Sciences for Public Administration and Justice in Bavaria - Department of Social Affairs
- Academy of Social Administration
- Special educational support center Wasserburg
- Makarius Wiedemann School of the Attl Foundation (private support center, support focus on intellectual development)
- Volkshochschule Wasserburg
- Music Pedagogical Institute
- Kunststoff-Institut Wasserburg e. V. (KIW)
The Grafing – Wasserburg (popularly known as Filzenexpress ) and Mühldorf – Rosenheim lines meet at Wasserburg (Inn) Bahnhof in the Reitmehring district . The Wasserburg Bahnhof – Wasserburg Stadt railway line continues to the Wasserburg Stadt railway station in the old town. The city bus has been running on this section since passenger transport was discontinued in 1987. In 2004, the city of Wasserburg took over the railway infrastructure for the four-kilometer branch line to the old town station from DB Netz to enable continuous train connections to Munich. Due to the high renovation costs, the city council decided to shut it down, but this has not yet taken place due to the interest of a railway consortium to take over.
The federal highways 15 run through Wasserburg from Regensburg via Landshut to Rosenheim, directly on the German holiday route Alps – Baltic Sea , and 304 from Munich to Salzburg. State roads 2352 and 2091 cross the city as further important regional connecting roads .
sons and daughters of the town
- Ludwig Ebmer (* 1485; † 1516), Bishop of the Diocese of Chiemsee
- Johann Pfeffinger (* 1493; † 1573), theologian
- Abraham Megerle (* 1607; † 1680), priest, church composer and church musician, uncle of Abraham a Sancta Clara
- Nonnosus Brand , (* 1755; † 1793), composer, organist and music teacher
- Johann Kaspar Aiblinger (* 1779; † 1867), composer
- Franz Lorenz Gerbl (* 1830; † 1857), missionary and founder of the KDStV Aenania Munich in the CV
- Lorenz Adalbert Enzinger (* 1849; † 1897), entrepreneur and inventor of the beer filter
- Johann Rieperdinger (* 1856), architect
- Heinrich Wieleitner (* 1874; † 1931), mathematician
- Fritz Huber (* 1881; † 1942), engineer, father of the Bulldog
- Otto Geigenberger (born June 6, 1881 - † July 6, 1946 in Ulm), painter
- Josef Estermann (* 1898, † 1982), member of the " Freedom Campaign Bavaria " on April 28, 1945, first mayor of the occupied Wasserburg am Inn, later district administrator
- Carl Troll (* 1899; † 1975), geographer
- Käthe Braun (* 1913; † 1994), theater and film actress
- Josef Bauer (* 1915; † 1989), Member of the Bundestag , last district administrator in the Wasserburg am Inn district
- Josef Bradl (* 1918; † 1982), Austrian ski jumper
- Manfred Bacher (* 1923; † 1994), author
- Josef Anton "Toni" Meggle III (* 1931), entrepreneur, honorary citizen since May 2006
- Rudolf Herfurtner (* 1947), writer
- Alexander Binsteiner (* 1956), geoarchaeologist
- Ralf Leistl (* 1959), cameraman and documentary filmmaker
- Christian Lerch (* 1966), actor
- Christian von Tschilschke (* 1966), Romanist
- Stefan Loipfinger (* 1968), journalist
- Markus Draxler (* 1977), ice hockey player
- Anne Breitreiner (* 1984), basketball player
- Franziska Preuß (* 1994), biathlete
Pictures of Wasserburg
- The author Christian Böhm, who lives in Wasserburg am Inn, locates his "Watzmann" crime series in his hometown.
- Franz Dionys Reithofer : Brief history of the royal. Bavarian city of Wasserburg. Written from documents and other good sources and arranged according to the sequence of things and times . Wasserburg 1814 ( e-copy ).
- Count of Wasserburg
- Aerial view of Wasserburg
- Website of Badria in Wasserburg
- Wasserburg am Inn: Official statistics of the LfStat
- "Data 2" sheet, Statistical Report A1200C 202041 Population of the municipalities, districts and administrative districts 1st quarter 2020 (population based on the 2011 census) ( help ).
- Martin Geiger: Wasserburg a.Inn - A historical outline , Verlag Die Bücherstube , Wasserburg, 1980, ISBN 3-922310-04-4 , p. 1
- Compare e.g. B. the copper engraving on this page with the photographs
- W. Kraus: The flood protection of Wasserburg am Inn , Bau Intern, magazine of the Bavarian State Building Administration, issue 7, Verlag Karl M. Lipp, Munich, 1987
- Entry in the location database
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- Michael Braun: Contributions to the history of the parish Schnaitsee . Self-published, Reichertshausen ad Ilm 1928, p. 24-25 .
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- Friedrich Kunstmann, Contributions to the later life story of Count Konrad von Wasserburg , in: Oberbayerisches Archiv 1 (1839), pp. 36–44. ( online )
- City Council ( Memento from October 28, 2012 in the Internet Archive )
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- Inauguration of the memorial for the victims of National Socialism
- Small animal breeding association Wasserburg am Inn eV
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