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The northernmost point is north of Eggeberg at approx. Halle borders the town of Borgholzhausen in the northwest, the town of Werther in the northeast, the community of Steinhagen in the southeast and south, the town of Harsewinkel in the southwest and the town of Versmold in the west, all belonging to the district of Gütersloh.

Major neighbouring cities are Bielefeld and Gütersloh , both in approx. While the rural-agrarian districts can be clearly distinguished as separate parts within the town limits the transition between Halle and Künsebeck is flowing.

Oldendorf and Gartnisch have been entirely merged into Halle itself, Eggeberg and Ascheloh are only minor settlements. This segmentation is not regulated in the main statutes of Halle, no differentiation between the settlement areas is made there.

The following table gives an overview over the population in the parts of the town: Halle lies in the temperate zone of central Europe. It is located in an area of subatlantic oceanic climate.

Due to the atlantic influence winters are mild and summers moderately warm. In certain areas the blooming period can begin two to four weeks later than further south.

Due to its location in the subatlantic oceanic climate a year-round humid climate with uniformly distributed precipitation prevails. Hence more precipitation than on German average is recorded, but considerably less than in a northern direction towards Halle.

Halle is located in the Ravensberg Land or more specifically in the County of Ravensberg , deducted from the Burg Ravensberg located in the neighbouring community of Borgholzhausen.

The vicissitudes of history were predominantly influenced by the bishops of Osnabrück, Napoleon and German emperors. The area of the town and the former district of Halle formerly belonged to the Ravensberg.

The latter was surrounded by the principalities of Osnabrück , Münster , Paderborn and Minden and was neighbouring the Principality of Lippe.

In contrast to these principalities Ravensberg always has been secular estate, which at first belonged to the Counts of Ravensberg and later to their Jülich heirs.

After this nobility also became extinct the county, along with others, came into possession of the house of Kleve-Mark and about a century later via the Margraviate of Brandenburg of the kingdom of Prussia.

In the year bishop Engelbert of Osnabrück swapped the church "tor Halle", situated on the southern edge of his diocese, with all rights and duties with the castle and Benedictine Abbey Iburg in exchange for the church in Rheda with all rights and earnings.

In the document, dating May 9, , which seals the exchange — in a manner of speaking the certificate of birth — Halle is mentioned for the first time.

The two villages Oldendorf and Gartnisch, today subdivisions of Halle embracing it in the east and west, are older than the present core of settlement.

They are already mentioned as early as in the 11th century. The Ravensberg rent-roll, finalized in , lists 49 names in Halle between the years and , thereof 26 free citizens and 23 bondmen of the territorial lord Landesherr respectively of the noble landlords in Steinhausen and Tatenhausen.

The population is estimated around heads in the 16th century. During this time the Protestant Reformation began in Halle, gradually but largely changing people's religious affiliation.

Only few noble families remained Roman Catholic, among them the Lords of castle Tatenhausen, in whose territory the catholic community Stockkämpen continues to exist to date.

On April 17, Halle was granted town privileges by king Frederick William I of Prussia and it was capital of the district of Halle for years.

As a result of the Prussian defeat against Napoleon the town came under French reign between and Temporarily Halle was divided, the border between the French Empire and the Kingdom of Westphalia passed through the town partly alongside the Laibach creek.

During this time the population suffered from the pressing encumbrances caused by the necessity to finance the French Revolutionary Wars.

In Prussia regained the administration. Halle was allocated to the Regierungsbezirk Minden in the Province of Westphalia and again became capital of its own district.

Until well into the 19th century Halle remained largely agrarian- oriented, mainly grain, flax or hemp was cultivated and animal husbandry was run.

The traffic infrastructure of Halle, being located alongside several supra-regional roads, was not disadvantageous; however there were no paved roads until and the town was always outshined by Bielefeld.

In the midth century the town changed its face with industrialization setting in and gained significance. In particular, the connection to the railway line "Haller Willem" Bielefeld-Osnabrück since played a prominent role.

A brandy distillery Kisker , cold-meat factories and woodwork undertakings came into existence. The next essential change was brought by World War II respectively its consequences.

Owing to the absorption and integration of a large number of refugees grave economic and demographic shifts were brought about.

After almost years Halle lost its position as district capital due to a reorganization of administrative districts in Gütersloh became capital of the new district.

Until then Halle even had its own license plate code "HW". There are no known documents about the name Halle and the nascence of the town.

The most common but non- provable explanation is that it is derived from "hale", meaning salt. Muslims can attend services in the Ayasofya Mosque of the Turkish-Islamic cultural association and additionally Jehovah's Witnesses as well as the Kurdish Yazidi are represented with one parochial bodies each.

On October 1, the community Oldendorf and on October 1, a part of the community Gartnisch were amalgamated into the town of Halle.

Within the scope of the government reorganization of North Rhine-Westphalia and based on the "Gesetz zur Neugliederung von Gemeinden des Landkreises Halle Law on reorganization of communities in the rural district Halle " dating June 24, the communities Ascheloh , Eggeberg and Gartnisch where transferred from the Amt Halle Westf.

Due to the "Bielefeld-law", dating October 24, the town of Halle was united with the communities of Bokel , Hesseln , Hörste , Kölkebeck and Künsebeck on January 1, The new town of Halle also replaced the former administrative office of Halle.

Based on the same law parts of the communities of Amshausen , Borgholzhausen , Brockhagen and Theenhausen were integrated into the town.

With a few restrictions the population figures on Halle can be traced back to the year In the years — the inhabitants count is stated with approx.

Between and this number grew to approx. It is for the year that an exact number of inhabitants is known, Halle had 5, inhabitants at the time, including later incorporations to the borough.

Without these incorporations Halle had roughly 1, inhabitants in the year For the year a number of 3, without incorporations and 8, with incorporations is known.

Due to a large number of refugees that came into Halle as a consequence of World War II the number of inhabitants grew to 15, with incorporations until December 31, Since the incorporation of surrounding villages in generally only one combined figure is surveyed.

While in Halle had 20, inhabitants, this number grew continually to 21, until April 30, The table on the right illustrates the increase in population across the entire known stretch, prior to the numbers are stated without incorporations, since with incorporations.

The Community Profile [3] of the North Rhine-Westphalian authority for data processing and statistics typecasts Halle as a "small medium-sized town" and compares it to other cities of that type.

While the population development was comparable to other cities of the same type until c. Comparing the population increase with North Rhine-Westphalia in total, the figure increases to However, the growth mainly recruits from migration since for a number of years the relation between birth rate and death rate has been even.

Compared to other cities of the same type as well as to North Rhine-Westphalia there are no statistically significant deviations with respect to the population structure based on age groups, but Halle has a significantly lower number of severely disabled persons.

Communal politics are strongly coined by local topics, with one of the major issues of the voters being the future dealing with the Bundesautobahn 33 see below.

The above-mentioned STU stood for election for the first time in , their only agenda being the continuation of the Autobahn on a specific marked-out route.

In the elections in the party suffered great losses. The coat of arms of Halle shows three silver lilies on red ground. In the foreground the heart sign shows the coat of arms of the County of Ravensberg three red chevrons on silver.

The three lilies assumedly date back to an official community seal of the 18th century. It was granted for the first time in by order of the King of Prussia, continued to be used unchanged after the incorporations of The town twinning between Halle and Ronchin France dates back to September 22, There is regular cultural exchange and sporting encounters.

During the town fest Haller Willem Ronchin is represented with a stand offering local delicacies. Halle has no laid-out parks.

Merely the Friedhof I Cemetery I near the train station is park-like with large free spaces. Numerous playgrounds, among them those covering a relatively vast area, e.

Halle has the only "museum for works of childhood and adolescence of important artists" in the world. In the remise of the Kisker House there are regular single and group exhibitions of visual arts with regional reference.

Contemporary artwork, sculptures, acrylic, oil and aquarelle paintings and photo arts are presented. In the former leather manufacture Güttgemanns more than 15 local artists and artisans took domicile.

They regularly organize joint exhibitions and presentations. In February Halle hosts the super regionally renowned "Haller Bachtage", with choir- and orchestra concerts, chamber and organ concerts being staged during one week.

In many cases international celebrities of classical music can be engaged Peter Schreier , Thomas Quasthoff , Petr Eben a. In terms of nature reserves Halle has an outstanding position in the district of Gütersloh in more than one respect, since with a total of seven designated nature reserves it is home to the highest number and the single biggest reserve of all communities in the district.

With the Empire's dissolution in , the great court also met its end. It was replaced by a school of law founded by Karl von Dalberg in , which not only continued the Reichskammergericht's function of training constitutional lawyers, but also employed many of the former staff as teachers.

A former legal trainee, Franz Stickel , was selected to translate the Code Napoleon that Dalberg introduced in his territories in After the Congress of Vienna , the area passed to Prussia in , and in it became the seat of the newly formed district of Wetzlar, which later became an exclave of the Rhine Province.

Industrialization began once the Lahn was made into a navigable waterway. In , in the municipal area alone, ore mines were in operation.

Wetzlar's first blast furnace , built by the brothers Buderus, went into service in As well, world-famous optical and precision mechanics companies such as Leitz Leica , Hensoldt Zeiss Optronics in the past, now Airbus , Pfeiffer Vacuum , Philips , Loh, Seibert, Hollmann, Minox and many others set up shop in the town.

For more than one hundred years, the iron ore found in the Lahn-Dill area haematite was processed at the Sophienhütte ironworks.

As of , iron ore mines were being shut down one by one, interrupted only by the First World War , because foreign ore from strip mines was being offered at lower prices on the world market.

In , mining came to an end altogether. As part of the progressing industrialization, the town outgrew its mediaeval town limits. In came the amalgamation of Niedergirmes with its extensive industrial works and the railway station neighbourhood.

By the end of the First World War, the population had risen to over 15, Owing to increasing transportation problems, a ringroad was built to the west of the Old Town Altstadt , taking the load off the old stone bridge across the Lahn by building a further bridge.

In the Second World War , the town, being an industrial stronghold, also became the target of heavy bombing, which destroyed much of the railway station neighbourhood and Niedergirmes.

The historic Old Town, however, was mostly spared the air raids. After the Second World War ended in , Wetzlar found itself in the American occupation zone, and later, once new boundaries had been drawn, in the Federal State of Hesse.

By the beginning of the s, owing to the huge numbers of displaced people from lost territories and refugees flooding into the town, the population had doubled to 30, This district-free city had about , inhabitants.

The amalgamation was very unpopular, and after persistent protests — not least of all from Wetzlar — the city of Lahn was dissolved on 31 July , and Wetzlar once again became an independent town.

The municipal reforms, however, had been "worth the trouble" for Wetzlar inasmuch as the town gained eight new outlying communities in the deal, making both the town's area and population considerably greater than they had been.

Moreover, Wetzlar has since this time been the seat of the Lahn-Dill-Kreis, which also came into being at the same time.

Elections to the town council were last held on 26 March for a five-year term. The SPD lost one seat, the Greens gained one.

Voter participation fell from Out of 38, eligible voters, 14, went to the polls. Wetzlar's civic coat of arms might heraldically be described thus: The black Imperial eagle on a red background and with a golden crown stands for the town's former Imperial immediacy as a Free Imperial City see History.

The silver cross stands for the former Imperial City's right to mint coins. The arms are almost unchanged from those borne in the 12th century.

A new version of the coat of arms was to have been introduced in , but it did not catch on. In the end, the "old" arms were kept.

According to the figures of the Society for Consumer Research Wetzlar is one of the most attractive commercial locations in Germany.

The city has a high centrality coefficient and a retail turnover of around EUR 10, per inhabitant. In Germany it takes third place among all cities with over 50, inhabitants.

It has around shops and accommodates a large multi-storey car park of places. The city is home to some internationally active and well known enterprises.

The Buderus company was created in the year and is one of the oldest still existing large enterprises. As BBT Thermotechnik , now part of the Bosch group, Buderus was for many decades one of the largest employers in the central Hessian area with more than 10, persons employed in Wetzlar alone worldwide over 16, , working in the areas casting with cement , high-grade steel and heating technologies.

Economic changes, repeated shifts of the stock majority as well as close-downs and sales of various divisions have strongly changed the company in the meantime.

However, it ranks among the largest enterprises in Hesse. Wetzlar is apart from Jena and Oberkochen a German centre for optics as well as the most important German location for the precision engineering industry.

The manufactured products have gained worldwide reputation. One of the most important companies in the area of microscopy is Leica Microsystems formerly known as Ernst Leitz , which in its peak times employed over people in the city.

In addition there are cameras of the companies Leidolf and Minox , binoculars and telescopes made by the company Hensoldt AG now Carl Zeiss , part of the Zeiss group over 2, people employed in peak times.

Additionally, areas in the Westend as well as the Hörnsheimer Eck and the Dillfeld are available for new businesses to set up.

The Technische Hochschule Mittelhessen is one of the largest universities of applied sciences in Germany. The campus in Wetzlar is located in a redeveloped former military barracks area.

Wetzlar is twinned with: Partnerships with [ citation needed ]. The tightly woven ensemble of historic buildings and houses in the Old Town Altstadt with its half-timbered houses and stone buildings from Romanesque Wetzlar Cathedral to Gothic to Renaissance and Baroque is to a great extent as it was in the late 18th century, preserved and extensively restored.

From the roughly 50 noteworthy buildings, a few are listed here:. Also in the old outlying towns of Langgasse and Neustadt "New Town" , connected to the Old Town by the Old Lahn Bridge Alte Lahnbrücke , a number of historic buildings are preserved and are worth seeing.

The New Town, however, has lost its mediaeval feel owing to its 20th-century four-lane roads. The stone Alte Lahnbrücke was first mentioned in A building meant to serve as the town hall, built in the mid 14th century, was used by the Reichskammergericht as their seat and offices from to , after many remodellings.

Considerable remains of the town's 13th- and 14th-century fortifications are still preserved, for instance a fortress tower known as the Schneiderturm "Tailor's Tower" or Säuturm "Sow's Tower" , the Kalsmuntpforte "Kalsmunt Gate" — see History which was the town gate for the earlier suburb of Silhofen, as well as large sections of the town wall.

Building work began on the cathedral in and is still not finished. It is the successor to a former "Church of the Saviour" consecrated in The monastery and parish church was called Cathedral as of the late 17th century.

This designation was acquired during the time that the Reichskammergericht was active in Wetzlar — , when the Elector-Archbishop of Trier was Monastery Provost, making the church a "Bishop's Church".

The Phantastische Bibliothek Wetzlar Fantastic Library of Wetzlar is one of the largest public libraries specialising in fantastic literature worldwide, it is the largest in Europe.

It is generally a reference library, open for the public and scientists. Arena Wetzlar is a multi-functional arena and is primarily used for pop concerts, shows and team handball and is the home arena of HSG Wetzlar Handball Bundesliga.

Every summer, operas , music and drama are performed in the open air at the Freilichtbühne during the month-long Wetzlar Festival " Wetzlarer Festspiele ".

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Between the different elevations there are different small climatic conditions. Wetzlar had on 31 December a municipal census for the city of 52, inhabitants of which 21, are male and 24, female , 31, of which came from the core city Kernstadt and 21, in the 8 districts.

Thus Wetzlar it the eleventh largest city in Hesse. The proportion of foreigners is Wetzlar lies on the eastern edge of the Rhenish Massif.

The substrate consists of geologically young sediments of the Lahn and much older Devonian and Carboniferous rocks of the two main geological units of the Massif, the Lahnmulde and the so-called Giessen nappe.

The northwestern part of the urban area lies on the Lahntal silt , sand and gravel , which have only slightly hardened.

They were deposited by the River Lahn, at a point where its valley which is still up to one kilometre wide to the west becomes increasingly narrow and deep.

The main part of the city is built on in part intensively folded , faulted and slated layers of shales, sandstone, quartzite and limestone. They were deposited in the Devonian and Carboniferous periods in a sea characterised by island chains, volcanoes and atolls that were pushed together and covered by a layer of rock that had been transported from another location during the period of mountain building known as the Variscan orogeny.

The town's founding date has up to now never been established or known. There were "Bandkeramiker" settlements right on the western town limits, partly from 5, years BC.

In the proximity of Wetzlar there are also a few Roman remains, which were constructed during the reign of the emperor Augustus reigned 27 BC — 14 AD.

There was a military camp at Dorlar and some Roman roadwork. The most important finding however is an uncompleted city Waldgirmes Forum , which has been excavated since After their defeat in the battle of the Teutoburg Forest the Romans abandoned the area and withdrew to the Rhine border.

The name "Wetzlar" had come into being most likely by the 3rd century to the 8th century. The ending may be Celtic or Frankish in the latter case, most likely referring to wooden defences around the town.

The Conradine Gebhard , Count in the Wetterau , and as of Duke of Lorraine , had a Church of the Saviour consecrated in , which replaced earlier structures.

In the early 10th century came the founding of the Marienstift monastery. At some unknown time, Wetzlar was granted market rights, and thereby, the right to levy market dues.

Within a year, a market community came into being. The monastery's forerunners were surely part of the crystallization point at which believers, traders and craftsmen met, above all on holidays.

Wetzlar became a Free Imperial City and kept this distinction until For the town's protection, and to secure the Wetterau as an Imperial Province, he expanded high above Wetzlar the Imperial Castle Reichsburg , which had most likely already stood in one form or another before then.

The origin of the name "Reichsburg Kalsmunt" is not quite clear. The following explanation cannot be ruled out: Imperial coinage was struck at Kalsmunt.

The commercial road, which crossed the Lahn at Wetzlar, the town's iron production, to which the Iron Market forum ferri still bears witness, the wool weaving mill and tanning seemed a good basis on which to develop the town further.

When the rightful king, Rudolph I r. He was sentenced as a warlock , a heretic and a blasphemer to a fiery death , which he suffered the next day in Wetzlar at the stake.

Until , most of the town fortifications, whose remains can still be seen today, were complete. By the middle of the 14th century, it is reckoned, the town's population was 6,, making it by the standards of the time a "city".

About , the high point of the town's development in the Middle Ages was reached. Decades-long feuds with the Counts of Solms, who were trying to make Wetzlar into a Solms-domain city, threatened the vital commercial road.

The Emperor supported the town, albeit vainly. The city plunged into debt and in it fell under forced administration; however, it was incorporated into the Swabian League of Towns.

The town's decline led by the end of the Thirty Years' War to a drop in population, to 1, Besides Vienna residence of the Emperor and Regensburg seat of the Imperial Diet Wetzlar thus gained a central function within the Holy Roman Empire and although it remained a tiny town it was regarded as one of its capitals.

The court became the town's main employer; at the Empire's dissolution in , it had a staff of about including 20 judges, while a further derived their income from it.

In the summer of , Johann Wolfgang von Goethe was at the Reichskammergericht as a trainee. With the Empire's dissolution in , the great court also met its end.

It was replaced by a school of law founded by Karl von Dalberg in , which not only continued the Reichskammergericht's function of training constitutional lawyers, but also employed many of the former staff as teachers.

A former legal trainee, Franz Stickel , was selected to translate the Code Napoleon that Dalberg introduced in his territories in After the Congress of Vienna , the area passed to Prussia in , and in it became the seat of the newly formed district of Wetzlar, which later became an exclave of the Rhine Province.

Industrialization began once the Lahn was made into a navigable waterway. In , in the municipal area alone, ore mines were in operation.

Wetzlar's first blast furnace , built by the brothers Buderus, went into service in As well, world-famous optical and precision mechanics companies such as Leitz Leica , Hensoldt Zeiss Optronics in the past, now Airbus , Pfeiffer Vacuum , Philips , Loh, Seibert, Hollmann, Minox and many others set up shop in the town.

For more than one hundred years, the iron ore found in the Lahn-Dill area haematite was processed at the Sophienhütte ironworks.

As of , iron ore mines were being shut down one by one, interrupted only by the First World War , because foreign ore from strip mines was being offered at lower prices on the world market.

In , mining came to an end altogether. As part of the progressing industrialization, the town outgrew its mediaeval town limits.

In came the amalgamation of Niedergirmes with its extensive industrial works and the railway station neighbourhood.

By the end of the First World War, the population had risen to over 15, Owing to increasing transportation problems, a ringroad was built to the west of the Old Town Altstadt , taking the load off the old stone bridge across the Lahn by building a further bridge.

In the Second World War , the town, being an industrial stronghold, also became the target of heavy bombing, which destroyed much of the railway station neighbourhood and Niedergirmes.

The historic Old Town, however, was mostly spared the air raids. After the Second World War ended in , Wetzlar found itself in the American occupation zone, and later, once new boundaries had been drawn, in the Federal State of Hesse.

By the beginning of the s, owing to the huge numbers of displaced people from lost territories and refugees flooding into the town, the population had doubled to 30, This district-free city had about , inhabitants.

The amalgamation was very unpopular, and after persistent protests — not least of all from Wetzlar — the city of Lahn was dissolved on 31 July , and Wetzlar once again became an independent town.

The municipal reforms, however, had been "worth the trouble" for Wetzlar inasmuch as the town gained eight new outlying communities in the deal, making both the town's area and population considerably greater than they had been.

Moreover, Wetzlar has since this time been the seat of the Lahn-Dill-Kreis, which also came into being at the same time. Elections to the town council were last held on 26 March for a five-year term.

The SPD lost one seat, the Greens gained one. Voter participation fell from Out of 38, eligible voters, 14, went to the polls. Wetzlar's civic coat of arms might heraldically be described thus: The black Imperial eagle on a red background and with a golden crown stands for the town's former Imperial immediacy as a Free Imperial City see History.

The silver cross stands for the former Imperial City's right to mint coins. The arms are almost unchanged from those borne in the 12th century.

A new version of the coat of arms was to have been introduced in , but it did not catch on. In the end, the "old" arms were kept.

According to the figures of the Society for Consumer Research Wetzlar is one of the most attractive commercial locations in Germany. The city has a high centrality coefficient and a retail turnover of around EUR 10, per inhabitant.

In Germany it takes third place among all cities with over 50, inhabitants. It has around shops and accommodates a large multi-storey car park of places.

The city is home to some internationally active and well known enterprises. The Buderus company was created in the year and is one of the oldest still existing large enterprises.

As BBT Thermotechnik , now part of the Bosch group, Buderus was for many decades one of the largest employers in the central Hessian area with more than 10, persons employed in Wetzlar alone worldwide over 16, , working in the areas casting with cement , high-grade steel and heating technologies.

Some isolated dells are located in south-westerly direction of the main ridge of the Teutoburg Forest, for example the Hesseln mountains.

Slim clay- loam soils Rendzina have developed here from limestone and marlstone of the Cretaceous. These basic soils are typical locations for precious hardwood.

On this stone thick, acidic and rocky heather soils have built up. Halle is fairly to well, in areas on or near the ridge very well suited to use geothermal power sources by means of geothermal probes and heat production using a heat pump see also adjoining map.

The town covers an area of The major part consists of agricultural area 4, hectares 11, acres and forests 1, hectares 2, acres , in total approx.

The maximum stretch both in northern — southern direction and in western — eastern direction is approx.

The northernmost point is north of Eggeberg at approx. Halle borders the town of Borgholzhausen in the northwest, the town of Werther in the northeast, the community of Steinhagen in the southeast and south, the town of Harsewinkel in the southwest and the town of Versmold in the west, all belonging to the district of Gütersloh.

Major neighbouring cities are Bielefeld and Gütersloh , both in approx. While the rural-agrarian districts can be clearly distinguished as separate parts within the town limits the transition between Halle and Künsebeck is flowing.

Oldendorf and Gartnisch have been entirely merged into Halle itself, Eggeberg and Ascheloh are only minor settlements.

This segmentation is not regulated in the main statutes of Halle, no differentiation between the settlement areas is made there.

The following table gives an overview over the population in the parts of the town: Halle lies in the temperate zone of central Europe. It is located in an area of subatlantic oceanic climate.

Due to the atlantic influence winters are mild and summers moderately warm. In certain areas the blooming period can begin two to four weeks later than further south.

Due to its location in the subatlantic oceanic climate a year-round humid climate with uniformly distributed precipitation prevails.

Hence more precipitation than on German average is recorded, but considerably less than in a northern direction towards Halle. Halle is located in the Ravensberg Land or more specifically in the County of Ravensberg , deducted from the Burg Ravensberg located in the neighbouring community of Borgholzhausen.

The vicissitudes of history were predominantly influenced by the bishops of Osnabrück, Napoleon and German emperors.

The area of the town and the former district of Halle formerly belonged to the Ravensberg. The latter was surrounded by the principalities of Osnabrück , Münster , Paderborn and Minden and was neighbouring the Principality of Lippe.

In contrast to these principalities Ravensberg always has been secular estate, which at first belonged to the Counts of Ravensberg and later to their Jülich heirs.

After this nobility also became extinct the county, along with others, came into possession of the house of Kleve-Mark and about a century later via the Margraviate of Brandenburg of the kingdom of Prussia.

In the year bishop Engelbert of Osnabrück swapped the church "tor Halle", situated on the southern edge of his diocese, with all rights and duties with the castle and Benedictine Abbey Iburg in exchange for the church in Rheda with all rights and earnings.

In the document, dating May 9, , which seals the exchange — in a manner of speaking the certificate of birth — Halle is mentioned for the first time.

The two villages Oldendorf and Gartnisch, today subdivisions of Halle embracing it in the east and west, are older than the present core of settlement.

They are already mentioned as early as in the 11th century. The Ravensberg rent-roll, finalized in , lists 49 names in Halle between the years and , thereof 26 free citizens and 23 bondmen of the territorial lord Landesherr respectively of the noble landlords in Steinhausen and Tatenhausen.

The population is estimated around heads in the 16th century. During this time the Protestant Reformation began in Halle, gradually but largely changing people's religious affiliation.

Only few noble families remained Roman Catholic, among them the Lords of castle Tatenhausen, in whose territory the catholic community Stockkämpen continues to exist to date.

On April 17, Halle was granted town privileges by king Frederick William I of Prussia and it was capital of the district of Halle for years.

As a result of the Prussian defeat against Napoleon the town came under French reign between and Temporarily Halle was divided, the border between the French Empire and the Kingdom of Westphalia passed through the town partly alongside the Laibach creek.

During this time the population suffered from the pressing encumbrances caused by the necessity to finance the French Revolutionary Wars.

In Prussia regained the administration. Halle was allocated to the Regierungsbezirk Minden in the Province of Westphalia and again became capital of its own district.

Until well into the 19th century Halle remained largely agrarian- oriented, mainly grain, flax or hemp was cultivated and animal husbandry was run.

The traffic infrastructure of Halle, being located alongside several supra-regional roads, was not disadvantageous; however there were no paved roads until and the town was always outshined by Bielefeld.

In the midth century the town changed its face with industrialization setting in and gained significance. In particular, the connection to the railway line "Haller Willem" Bielefeld-Osnabrück since played a prominent role.

A brandy distillery Kisker , cold-meat factories and woodwork undertakings came into existence. The next essential change was brought by World War II respectively its consequences.

Owing to the absorption and integration of a large number of refugees grave economic and demographic shifts were brought about.

After almost years Halle lost its position as district capital due to a reorganization of administrative districts in Gütersloh became capital of the new district.

Until then Halle even had its own license plate code "HW". There are no known documents about the name Halle and the nascence of the town.

The most common but non- provable explanation is that it is derived from "hale", meaning salt. Muslims can attend services in the Ayasofya Mosque of the Turkish-Islamic cultural association and additionally Jehovah's Witnesses as well as the Kurdish Yazidi are represented with one parochial bodies each.

On October 1, the community Oldendorf and on October 1, a part of the community Gartnisch were amalgamated into the town of Halle. Within the scope of the government reorganization of North Rhine-Westphalia and based on the "Gesetz zur Neugliederung von Gemeinden des Landkreises Halle Law on reorganization of communities in the rural district Halle " dating June 24, the communities Ascheloh , Eggeberg and Gartnisch where transferred from the Amt Halle Westf.

Due to the "Bielefeld-law", dating October 24, the town of Halle was united with the communities of Bokel , Hesseln , Hörste , Kölkebeck and Künsebeck on January 1, The new town of Halle also replaced the former administrative office of Halle.

Based on the same law parts of the communities of Amshausen , Borgholzhausen , Brockhagen and Theenhausen were integrated into the town.

With a few restrictions the population figures on Halle can be traced back to the year In the years — the inhabitants count is stated with approx.

Between and this number grew to approx. It is for the year that an exact number of inhabitants is known, Halle had 5, inhabitants at the time, including later incorporations to the borough.

Without these incorporations Halle had roughly 1, inhabitants in the year For the year a number of 3, without incorporations and 8, with incorporations is known.

Due to a large number of refugees that came into Halle as a consequence of World War II the number of inhabitants grew to 15, with incorporations until December 31, Since the incorporation of surrounding villages in generally only one combined figure is surveyed.

While in Halle had 20, inhabitants, this number grew continually to 21, until April 30, The table on the right illustrates the increase in population across the entire known stretch, prior to the numbers are stated without incorporations, since with incorporations.

The Community Profile [3] of the North Rhine-Westphalian authority for data processing and statistics typecasts Halle as a "small medium-sized town" and compares it to other cities of that type.

While the population development was comparable to other cities of the same type until c. Comparing the population increase with North Rhine-Westphalia in total, the figure increases to However, the growth mainly recruits from migration since for a number of years the relation between birth rate and death rate has been even.

Compared to other cities of the same type as well as to North Rhine-Westphalia there are no statistically significant deviations with respect to the population structure based on age groups, but Halle has a significantly lower number of severely disabled persons.

Communal politics are strongly coined by local topics, with one of the major issues of the voters being the future dealing with the Bundesautobahn 33 see below.

The above-mentioned STU stood for election for the first time in , their only agenda being the continuation of the Autobahn on a specific marked-out route.

In the elections in the party suffered great losses. The coat of arms of Halle shows three silver lilies on red ground. In the foreground the heart sign shows the coat of arms of the County of Ravensberg three red chevrons on silver.

The three lilies assumedly date back to an official community seal of the 18th century. It was granted for the first time in by order of the King of Prussia, continued to be used unchanged after the incorporations of The town twinning between Halle and Ronchin France dates back to September 22, There is regular cultural exchange and sporting encounters.

During the town fest Haller Willem Ronchin is represented with a stand offering local delicacies. Halle has no laid-out parks. Merely the Friedhof I Cemetery I near the train station is park-like with large free spaces.

Numerous playgrounds, among them those covering a relatively vast area, e.

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