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Coat of arms of Stutensee
Coat of arms
Stutensee   is located in Germany
Country Germany
State Baden-Württemberg
Admin. region Karlsruhe
District Karlsruhe
 • Mayor Klaus Demal
 • Total 45.67 km2 (17.63 sq mi)
Population (2013-12-31)[1]
 • Total 23,646
 • Density 520/km2 (1,300/sq mi)
Time zone CET/CEST (UTC+1/+2)
Postal codes 76288–76297
Dialling codes 07244, 07249, 0721
Vehicle registration KA

Stutensee is a town in northern Karlsruhe district in Baden-Württemberg, Germany.

Schloss Stutensee
Prot. Church in Stutensee-Blankenloch

It was founded in 1975 by the voluntary connection of the four villages of Blankenloch with Büchig, Friedrichstal, Spöck and Staffort. In the meantime it became a lively city with more than 23.000 inhabitants.


  • Castle of Stutensee 1
  • Geography 2
  • History 3
  • Notable people 4
  • Sport 5
  • Literature 6
  • Gallery 7
  • References 8

Castle of Stutensee

Castle of Stutensee is the geographic center and gave also its name to the city. It was built in 1749 by the margrave of Baden, by the 1000-year-old oak trees. Today an institution of the Landeswohlfahrtsverband is located here.


The city is situated between Karlsruhe and Bruchsal in the Upper Rhine-region and its altitude is 114 m.


Stutensee was founded January 1, 1975 when the four villages of Blankenloch (with Büchig), Friedrichstal, Spöck and Staffort where combined into one municipality. All parts of the town are old villages. Spöck was first mentioned in official documents as Speccha in 865, Staffort 1110 as Stafphort, Blankenloch 1337 as Blankelach and Büchig 1373 as Buchech. Friedrichstal was founded in 1699. Huguenots fleeing religious persecution came from the north of France, and also by way of Belgium and Switzerland.

Notable people


One of the town's association football club FC Germania Friedrichstal, formed in 1913, experienced its greatest success in 2014 when it won promotion to the Oberliga Baden-Württemberg for the first time.


  • Heinz Bender (1995) (in German), Vergangenheit und Zeitgeschehen: Eine Chronik. Blankenloch/Büchig/Schloss Stutensee, Stutensee: Gemeinde 
  • Konrad Dussel: Staffort 1110 bis 2010; Streifzüge durch 900 Jahre Geschichte; Verlag Regionalkultur Heidelberg, Ubstadt-Weiher, Basel 2010 ISBN 978-3-89735-622-1
  • Wilhelm Hauck (1993) (in German), Staffort - Schloß und Dorf an der steten Furt. Geschichte und Geschichten, Stutensee: Gemeinde 
  • Artur Hauer (1965) (in German), Das Hardtdorf Spöck. Seine politische, kirchliche und wirtschaftliche Geschichte, Spöck: Bürgermeisteramt 
  • Dieter H. Hengst (2000) (in German), Die alten Straßen noch… Bildband „Alt Friedrichsthal“ (2. ed.), Friedrichstal: Heimat- und Hugenottenmuseum „Alt Friedrichsthal“ 
  • Moritz Hecht (1895) (in German), Drei Dörfer der badischen Hardt. Eine wirtschaftliche und sociale Studie, Leipzig 
  • Hanna Heidt: Erinnerungen an die Vergangenheit. Eigenverlag, Schwanen Stutensee-Staffort 2003
  • Pia Hendel (2006), Stadt Stutensee, ed. (in German), Stutensee - Bilder einer Stadt, Ubstadt-Weiher: verlag regionalkultur,  
  • Heiner Joswig: Als unsere Kirche stehen blieb Stadt Stutensee 2004
  • Manfred G. Raupp: Ortsfamilienbuch Staffort, Herausgeber Stadt Stutensee, Verlag Gesowip Basel 2010, ISBN 978-3-906129-64-8
  • Walter August Scheidle (2001) (in German), Ortssippenbuch Blankenloch-Büchig und dem Stutensee - 1672 bis 1920,  
  • the same: Ortssippenbuch Spöck / Baden 1667-1920, Band 124 der Badischen Ortssippenbücher Lahr-Dinglingen 2008 ISBN 978-3-00-024233-5



  1. ^ "Gemeinden in Deutschland mit Bevölkerung am 31. Dezember 2013 (Einwohnerzahlen auf Grundlage des Zensus 2011)".  

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