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Albrecht von Hohenzollern (1898-1977)30 July 1977Potsdam, Brandenburg, GermanySchloss Bühlerhöhe, Bühl, Rastatt District, Baden-Württemberg, GermanyKarl Anton von Hohenzollern (1868-1919)Joséphine de Belgique (1872-1958)Ilse Margot von Friedeburg (1901-1988)

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Rastatt District
—  District  —

Coat of arms
Country  Germany
State Baden-Württemberg
Adm. region Karlsruhe Region
Capital Rastatt
Area
 • Total 738.77 km2 (285.24 sq mi)
Population (31 December 2010)[1]
 • Total 226,789
 • Density 310/km2 (800/sq mi)
Time zone CET (UTC+1)
 • Summer (DST) CEST (UTC+2)
Vehicle registration RA
Website http://www.landkreis-rastatt.de

Rastatt District is a district (Kreis) in the west of Baden-Württemberg, Germany. Neighboring districts are (from north clockwise) Karlsruhe, Calw, Freudenstadt and the Ortenau. To the west it borders the French département Bas-Rhin. Rastatt completely surrounds the district-free city Baden-Baden.

History

The district was created in 1939 as the successor of the Oberamt Rastatt and later the Großkreis Baden. In 1973 it was merged with the majority of the neighboring district Bühl, and some small parts of the district Kehl.

Geography

The district is located in the Rhine valley. The south-east part, however, is already part of the northern Black Forest. The highest elevation is the Hornisgrinde.

Partnerships

Since 1968 the district has partnership with the Finnish city Vantaa. The partnership with the Italian Provincia di Pesaro e Urbino was started in 1996. It is twinned with Fano in Italy, New Briton in the Usa and also twinned with Woking England in 2000. It is also twinned with the Czech town from which its Princess came from during the Baroque period and for whom the summer palace was built.

Coat of arms

Coat of arms The top-left corner of the coat of arms show a wine ladder, the symbol of the city Rastatt. The grapes in the top-right symbolize the viticulture in the area around Bühl. The red bar on yellow ground in the bottom-right is the symbol of Baden, and the rose in bottom-left is the symbol of the dukes of Eberstein.

Cities and towns

Cities Towns
  1. Bühl
  2. Gaggenau
  3. Gernsbach
  4. Kuppenheim
  5. Lichtenau
  6. Rastatt
  1. Au am Rhein
  2. Bietigheim (Baden)
  3. Bischweier
  4. Bühlertal
  5. Durmersheim
  6. Elchesheim-Illingen
  7. Forbach
  8. Hügelsheim
  9. Iffezheim
  10. Loffenau
  11. Muggensturm
  12. Ötigheim
  13. Ottersweier
  14. Rheinmünster
  15. Sinzheim
  16. Steinmauern
  17. Weisenbach
Administrative districts
  1. Bischweier-Kuppenheim
  2. Bühl
  3. Durmersheim
  4. Gernsbach
  5. Rastatt
  6. Rheinmünster-Lichtenau
  7. Sinzheim

References

  1. ^ "Bevölkerung und Erwerbstätigkeit" (in German). Statistisches Landesamt Baden-Württemberg. 31 December 2009. http://www.statistik-bw.de/Veroeffentl/Statistische_Berichte/3126_10001.pdf. 

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Coordinates: 48°48′N 8°16′E / 48.8, 8.27


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