City of Kalbe (Milde)
|Height :||34 m above sea level NHN|
|Area :||16.72 km²|
|Residents :||192 (December 31, 2018)|
|Population density :||11 inhabitants / km²|
|Incorporation :||January 1, 2011|
|Postal code :||39624|
|Area code :||039009|
Location of Zethlingen in Saxony-Anhalt
The Altmark street nanger village of Zethlingen with a church on the Anger is located about nine kilometers northwest of Kalbe (Milde). The Mühlberg in the east is about 52 meters high. In the south the Untermilde, formerly called Untere Milde from Zethlingen , flows into the Milde to the east .
The districts of Zethlingen and Cheinitz belong to the village of Zethlingen .
In 1324 the village was Cethlinge first mentioned as Agnes Duchess of Brunswick by Albrecht von Alvensleben with Bede from Zethlingen invested was. 1410 Hinrik Crateke, kerkher tho Tzetlinge is mentioned in a document. So there was already a church with a pastor. In 1473 was dat dorp zetlinck called as Elector Albrecht of Brandenburg buses, Ludolph and Gebhard von Alvensleben with Kalbe, Bismark and other possessions invested . Further mentions are 1551 Zedtlingk , 1687 Zetlingen and finally 1804 Zethlingen .
At the beginning of the 20th century, there was a windmill on the Mühlberg, which was mentioned in 1593.
From oral tradition, Kuhn and Schwartz reported in a legend in 1848 that the church tower in Zethlingen had no point, because "a giant with a large stone that was still lying on the field threw it from Zethlingen's Mühlenberg" .
On 25 July 1952, the town was the county Gardelegen in the circuit blocks reclassified. On August 1, 1973, the Cheinitz community was incorporated into Zethlingen. With the dissolution of the Klötze district, Zethlingen came to the Altmarkkreis Salzwedel on July 1, 1994. The municipality of Zethlingen was incorporated into the city of Kalbe (Milde) on January 1, 2011. At the same time, a village of Zethlingen was established, to which the districts of Zethlingen and Cheinitz were assigned.
The Protestant parish of Zethlingen belonged to the parish of Zethlingen. Today Zethlingen belongs to the parish Kalbe-Kakerbeck in the parish of Salzwedel in the provost district of Stendal-Magdeburg of the Evangelical Church in Central Germany .
The oldest surviving church registers for Zethlingen date from 1605.
The last honorary mayor of the community and honorary mayor since 2011 is Doris Beneke.
coat of arms
Wilhelm Zahn describes the coat of arms of the municipality of Zethlingen: three silver roses in a red field.
Culture and sights
- In Zethlingen, as a branch of the Johann Friedrich Danneil Museum in Salzwedel, there is the open-air museum "Langobardwerkstatt" on the Mühlenberg. Fire graves were discovered there about 150 years ago while gravel was being extracted . The excavations began in GDR times. Today workshop weekends take place there several times a year, which are intended to illustrate the living conditions of the Lombards to the visitors . Groups can also be guided through the workshop. Longobards as an Elbe Germanic tribe probably lived in this region before they emigrated to the Roman Empire in 166.
- In Zethlingen there is the "Altmark Adventure House" as a church facility for Protestant, ecumenical and non-denominational groups. The adventure house was reopened on October 23, 2005 after a renovation.
- A plaque commemorates Johannes Prätorius , born as Hans Schultze in Zethlingen. He also published Altmark sagas in his description of the world. Johann and Wilhelm Grimm , Johann Wolfgang von Goethe and Johann Karl August Musäus used his works.
- The Zethlingen village church is an early Gothic field stone building with a flat-roofed nave and west transverse tower with a hipped roof and organ.
- The local cemetery is in the northeast of the village.
- In Zethlingen there is a memorial for the fallen of the First and Second World Wars, a memorial column with an iron cross and a relief.
- Friends of the Langobardenwerkstatt Zethlingen e. V.
- Sports club Germania Zethlingen e. V.
- Johannes Prätorius (1630–1680) born in Zethlingen
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