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Bad Mergentheim
Market square
Market square
Coat of arms of Bad Mergentheim
Coat of arms
Bad Mergentheim   is located in Germany
Bad Mergentheim
Bad Mergentheim
Coordinates:  / 49.50000; 9.76667  / 49.50000; 9.76667
Country Germany
State Baden-Württemberg
Admin. region Stuttgart
District Main-Tauber-Kreis
Government
• Lord Mayor Udo Glatthaar (CDU)
Area
• Total 129.97 km (50.18 sq mi)
Elevation 206 m (676 ft)
Population (2015-12-31)
• Total 23,064
• Density 180/km (460/sq mi)
Time zone CET/CEST (UTC+1/+2)
Postal codes 97980
Dialling codes 07931 (primarily), 07930, 07932, 07937, 07938 (boroughs)
Vehicle registration

TBB, MGH

MGH (registered again)
Website www.bad-mergentheim.de

Bad Mergentheim (About this sound listen ; Mergentheim until 1926) is a town in the Main-Tauber-Kreis district in the German state of Baden-Württemberg. It has a population of around 23,000. An officially recognized spa town since 1926, Bad Mergentheim is also known as the headquarters of the Teutonic Order from 1526 until 1809.

Bad Mergentheim: Geography

Bad Mergentheim: Subdivisions

Since administrative reform in the 1970s the following villages have been part of the municipality: Althausen (pop. 600), Apfelbach (350), Dainbach (370), Edelfingen (1.400), Hachtel (360), Herbsthausen (200), Löffelstelzen (1,000), Markelsheim (2,000), Neunkirchen (1,000), Rengershausen (480), Rot (260), Stuppach (680), Wachbach (1,300)

Bad Mergentheim: History

Mergentheim is mentioned in chronicles as early as 1058, as the residence of the family of the counts of Hohenlohe. The brothers Andreas, Heinrich and Friedrich von Hohenlohe joined the Deutscher Orden (Teutonic Order) in 1219 and gave their two castles near Mergentheim to the order. One was abandoned, the other became the seat of the local Komtur (commander) of the order. Following the order's conquest of East Prussia and part of Livland in the 1230s, in 1309 the Grand Master of the order moved to the Marienburg. In 1340 Mergentheim was awarded town privileges. It rapidly became the most important of the eleven commanderies of the Teutonic Order. The Deutschmeister, highest ranking member inside the Holy Roman Empire (to which Prussia did not belong) moved his seat to Mergentheim in 1525 after his castle at Hornberg/Neckar had been destroyed by peasants. That same year, Grand Master Albrecht von Zollern-Brandenburg resigned his position, left the order, introduced Reformation, married and – supported by his liege lord the King of Poland – turned the order's eastern territories into a temporal duchy. The rulers of the order in Germany, now styling themselves Hoch- und Deutschmeister, then made Mergentheim the order's new headquarters and expanded the castle into a palatial residence. Over the next centuries, the town served as the centre of the order's southern German territories much like the residence town of any ruling prince. Some grand masters, like Archduke Leopold Wilhelm of Austria (1614-62), who in his 21 years in that role never once set foot in the town, were hardly ever present. Others, like Maximilian Franz (1756-1801), a son of Maria Theresa, loved the place. For the order's general chapter in 1791 he brought the orchestra of the Archbishopric of Cologne, including one Ludwig van Beethoven on viola. Mergentheim retained this role until the dissolution of the order in the countries of the Rheinbund in 1809 by Napoleon.

Mergentheim's fortunes declined after that but were reversed in 1826, when a shepherd by the name of Franz Gehring discovered rich mineral springs in the surrounding area, during the time when spas were expanding in Germany at a rapid pace. The water turned out to be the strongest sodium-sulfate water in all of Europe, especially effective for the treatment of digestive disorders.

In the 1970s during the Gemeindereform (administrative reform) several neighbouring villages were incorporated into the municipality.

Bad Mergentheim: Demographics

Year Population
1660 1,064
1855 2,917
1900 4,372
1933 6,191
1945 9,300
1950 10,184
1961 11,608
1975 19,895
1990 21,567
2005 22,486
2013 22,470

Bad Mergentheim: Arts and culture

Bad Mergentheim: Attractions

Bad Mergentheim: Schloss Mergentheim

Deutschordensschloss
Deutschordensschloss - interior including Deutschordensmuseum and towers of the Schlosskirche.

The best-known sight of Bad Mergentheim is the Deutschordensschloss, the medieval castle where the Teutonic Knights once had their home base. It is a complex of buildings built over a period of eight hundred years. The first buildings of the castle were probably erected as early as the 12th century. The castle was expanded in the late 16th century under Grand Master Walther von Cronberg. Over the course of time a representative Renaissance complex was built by connecting the individual buildings in the inner palace courtyard to a closed ring of buildings. In 1574, the main architect, Blasius Berwart (de), also constructed the spiral staircase between the west and north wing. Today the castle houses the Deutschordensmuseum (museum of the Teutonic Order).

The English landscape garden between palace and spa building is mainly due to Archduke Maximilian Franz. In 1797, he had a "mosque" built there to recall the past Turkish threat and in 1802 the Schellenhäusle, a late Chinoiserie. The obelisk was built under Duke Paul von Württemberg, a memorial for a dog that saved his life on one of his expeditions.

The castle complex is dominated by the Schlosskirche (palace church), begun in 1730 under Franz Ludwig Herzog von Pfalz-Neuburg in Baroque style. It was finished in 1735 under Clemens August von Wittelsbach. The plans for the interior were drawn up by François de Cuvilliés, the Electoral court architect of Cologne. Architects working on site were Joseph Roth and Friedrich Kirchenmayer. Its Rococo interior features elaborate ceiling frescos by the court painter Nikolaus Gottfried Stuber (de), depicting The Defense of Faith, the Glorification of the Cross in Heaven and on Earth and the Emperor Constantine's Vision of the Cross. The main altar painting is Die Salbung Jesu durch Maria in Bethanien by local painter Matthäus Zehender (de). Side altar paintings were by Giambattista Pittoni (Kreuzaufnahme, Armenspeisung durch die heilige Elisabeth). The crypt below the church is the burial site of the order's grand masters. For around 200 years the Schlosskirche has been a Protestant church.

Spiral staircase in the Deutschordensmuseum.

Bad Mergentheim: Other sights

The sacristy of the Marienkirche (finished in 1388) features frescos made in 1300-10 by the monk Rudolfus. This was formerly the church of a Dominican monastery. The cloister has a fresco from 1486 showing a Visitation that depicts an embryo inside the body of Mary. The church also contains the epitaph of Walther von Cronberg, the first Mergentheim Grand Master. Modelled in 1539, probably by Hans Vischer it was taken to Monrepos at Ludwigsburg in 1809 when Mergentheim became part of the Kingdom of Württemberg. In 1853 the statue was restored to this church.

Bad Mergentheim: Governance

Bad Mergentheim: Town twwinning

See also: List of twin towns and sister cities in Germany

Bad Mergentheim is twinned with:

  • France Digne-les-Bains, France
  • France Sainte-Marie-du-Mont, Manche, France
  • Japan Fuefuki, Yamanashi, Japan
  • Italy Borgomanero, Italy

Bad Mergentheim: Infrastructure

  • Löffelstelzen Transmitter
  • German Diabetes Center Mergentheim

Bad Mergentheim: Notable people

Johann Friedrich Mayer 1793
  • Heinrich von Hohenlohe (died 1249), buried in the church in Mergentheim
  • Johann Friedrich Mayer (agriculturist) (1719–1798), priest and agricultural reformer ( "Plaster Apostle")
  • Ludwig van Beethoven (1770–1827), was viola player in the court's musical establishment of the Hochmeister (Grand Master) of the Teutonic Knights, Maximilian Franz of Austria in 1791
  • Hermann Bauer (de) (1814–1872), Protestant pastor and Württemberg local historian
  • Eduard Mörike (1804–1875), German poet, lived in Mergentheim from 1844-1851
  • Fritz Keller (1850–1923), member of parliament, president of the Württemberg Forest Office
  • Franz Conrad von Hötzendorf (1852–1925), Austro-Hungarian Field Marshall from 1871-1918, died in Mergentheim
Ottmar Mergenthaler
  • Ottmar Mergenthaler (1854–1899), inventor of the Linotype
  • Edvard Hjelt (1855–1921), Finnish chemist and politician, died in Mergentheim
  • Felix Fechenbach (1894–1933), German Jewish journalist, poet and political activist, who was murdered by the Nazis
  • Gudrun Mebs (de) (born 1944), writer, children's and youth book author (Deutscher Jugendliteraturpreis 1984)
  • Barbara Stamm (born 1944), politician CSU, President of the Bavarian Parliament
  • Fritz Kuhn (born 1955), mayor of Stuttgart, former Member of Parliament and former national chairman of the Greens
  • Jürgen Koch (de) (born 1963), cook, awarded one star in the Michelin
  • Martin Lanig (born 1984), football player
  • Carolin Golubytskyi (born 1985), foil fencer
  • Atilla Yildirim (born 1990), Dutch-Turkish football player
  • Florian Ruck (born 1992), football player

Bad Mergentheim: See also

  • Wildpark Bad Mergentheim

Bad Mergentheim: Notes

  1. "Gemeinden in Deutschland nach Fläche, Bevölkerung und Postleitzahl am 30.09.2016". Statistisches Bundesamt (in German). 2016.
  2. One or more of the preceding sentences incorporates text from a publication now in the public domain: Chisholm, Hugh, ed. (1911). "Mergentheim". Encyclopædia Britannica. 18 (11th ed.). Cambridge University Press. p. 164. . Additional citations: Höring, Das Karlsbad bei Mergentheim (Mergentheim 1887); and Schmitt, Garnisongeschichte der Stadt Mergentheim (Stuttgart, 1895).
  3. Dettelbacher, Werner (1974). Franken - Kunst, Geschichte und Landschaft (German). Dumont Verlag. ISBN 3-7701-0746-2.
  4. "International Exchange". List of Affiliation Partners within Prefectures. Council of Local Authorities for International Relations (CLAIR). Retrieved 21 November 2015.
  5. Who Was Who in America, Historical Volume, 1607-1896. Chicago: Marquis Who's Who. 1963.
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