Place:Heilbronn, Württemberg, Germany

Alt namesOberamt Heilbronnsource: wikipedia
Heiligbronnsource: Encyclopædia Britannica (1988) V, 804
TypeFormer District
Located inWürttemberg, Germany
See alsoHeilbronn, Stuttgart, Baden-Württemberg, Germanyis currently this
Contained Places
Historic municipality
Großgartach ( 1483 - 1970 )
Independent city
Heilbronn ( - 1938 )
Inhabited place
Talheim ( - 1938 )
Leingarten ( 1970 - Present )


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The predecessor to the district is the Oberamt Heilbronn, which was created in 1803 when the previously Free Imperial City of Heilbronn was incorporated into the Electorate of Württemberg. In 1926, about half of the Oberamt (old district) of Weinsberg was added. In 1938, it was recognized as a district, and in addition to the previous Oberamt, parts of the dissolved Oberämter Neckarsulm, Brackenheim, Marbach and Besigheim were added. The city of Heilbronn was not included into the district. In 1973, the Landkreise (districts) were reorganized, and part of the dissolved districts of Sinsheim, Mosbach, Buchen and Schwäbisch Hall were added. Within the following two years 5 municipalities were incorporated into the city and therefore left the district, which got its current borders in 1975.

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