Place:Rottweil, Württemberg, Germany

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NameRottweil
TypeFormer District/ District
Located inWürttemberg, Germany     (1806 - 1938)
Also located inFreiburg, Baden-Württemberg, Germany     (1938 - )
Contained Places
Former district/ district
Sulz ( 1938 - )
Inhabited place
Hardt ( 1938 - )
Oberndorf am Neckar ( 1938 - )
Rottweil
Sulz -Neckar
Unknown
Böhringen
Herrenzimmern
Neufra
Neukirch
Schömberg
Stetten
Zimmern ob Rottweil
Zimmern unter der Burg


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Rottweil is a district (Kreis) in the middle of Baden-Württemberg, Germany. Neighboring districts are (from north clockwise) Freudenstadt, Zollernalbkreis, Tuttlingen, Schwarzwald-Baar and Ortenaukreis.

History

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The district dates back to the Oberamt Rottweil, which was created in 1806/08 when the previously free imperial city Rottweil became part of Württemberg. In 1934 it was renamed to Landkreis (district). 1938 the two neighboring districts Sulz and Oberndorf were dissolved, and most of the district Oberndorf and a small part of Sulz was added to the district Rottweil. During World War II, a series of concentration camps, collectively known as KZ Schörzingen-Rottweil-Zepfenhan, were located in the area. In 1973 in another communal reform several municipalities from the districts Horb, Wolfach, Hechingen and Villingendorf were added.

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