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Müllheim

Müllheim
Coat of arms of Müllheim
Coat of arms
Müllheim  is located in Germany
Müllheim
Coordinates:
Country Germany
State Baden-Württemberg
Admin. region Freiburg
District Breisgau-Hochschwarzwald
Government
 • Mayor Astrid Siemes-Knoblich
Area
 • Total 57.91 km2 (22.36 sq mi)
Population (2013-12-31)[1]
 • Total 18,454
 • Density 320/km2 (830/sq mi)
Time zone CET/CEST (UTC+1/+2)
Postal codes 79371–79379
Dialling codes 07631
Vehicle registration FR
Website www.muellheim.de

Müllheim is a town in Baden-Württemberg in southern Germany. It belongs to the district Breisgau-Hochschwarzwald. Müllheim is generally considered to be the center of the region known as Markgräflerland.

Contents

  • History 1
  • Population 2
  • Geography 3
  • Economy 4
  • Education 5
    • General schools 5.1
    • Professional schools 5.2
    • Miscellaneous schools 5.3
  • Transportation 6
  • International relations 7
    • Twin towns – Sister cities 7.1
  • References 8
  • External links 9

History

On October 27, 758 Strachfried gave as a gift to the monastery of St. Gallen his properties in Müllheim, including the vineyards. This deed is in the archives of St. Gallen and it is where we today can find the first written reference to the "villa Mulinhaimo", which is the current city of Müllheim.

Archeology shows however that Müllheim was inhabited even earlier than this. During the renovation of the Martin's church in 1980 and 1981 the workers came upon a portion of a Roman villa. It is assumed that it is the center of large Roman possessions in the region.

Population

Inhabitants: 17,630 (February 2002) as follows - 12,030 Central Müllheim 1351 Hügelheim; 1235 Niederweiler; 991 Britzingen; 812 Vögisheim; 636 Feldberg; 362 Dattingen; 215 Zunzingen.

Geography

Müllheim is located in the center of Markgräflerland, in between the "Bath triangle" of Badenweiler, Bad Krozingen and Bad Bellingen. The city lies between the Rhine valley and the Black Forest with hills devoted largely to vineyards.

Müllheim is bordered by Auggen (to the south), Vögisheim to the southeast, and Hügelheim to the north. The main artery is the B3 which runs a north-south route along Müllheim's western side. It lies between Freiburg in the north and Basel, Switzerland to the south on this route.

Economy

Local jobs roughly. 8,000 of which about 3,000 are industrial, mainly work with glass, and metal.

Commuting:

  • Incoming: about 4,000
  • Outgoing: about 3,000

Education

General schools

  • Michael-Friedrich-Wild-Grundschule
  • Rosenburg Grundschule
  • Grundschule Britzingen
  • Adolf-Blankenhorn-Hauptschule
  • Albert-Julius-Sievert-Förder- u. Sprachheilschule Heilpädagogisches Förderzentrum
  • Alemannen-Realschule
  • Markgräfler Gymnasium
  • Freie Waldorfschule

Professional schools

  • Georg-Kerschensteiner-Schule Gewerbliche Schulen
  • House (Home economics) and agricultural Schools
  • Commercial Schools

Miscellaneous schools

  • Forum Jugend-Beruf
  • Grundschulförderklasse
  • Sprachheilkindergarten

Transportation

Müllheim has its own train stop on the Freiburg/Basel line, serviced by the Deutsche Bahn.

  • From Müllheim schedule [3]
  • To Müllheim schedule [4]

International relations

Twin towns – Sister cities

Müllheim is twinned with:

References

  1. ^ "Gemeinden in Deutschland mit Bevölkerung am 31. Dezember 2013 (Einwohnerzahlen auf Grundlage des Zensus 2011)".  
  2. ^ "Association Suisse des Communes et Régions d’Europe". L'Association suisse pour le Conseil des Communes et Régions d'Europe (ASCCRE) (in French). Retrieved 2013-07-20. 

External links

  • Official Web site (German)
  • History and many images (German)
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