Neusäß

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For the village in Baden-Württemberg, see Neusaß.
Neusäß
Coat of arms of Neusäß
Coat of arms
Neusäß   is located in Germany
Neusäß
Neusäß
Coordinates: 48°24′N 10°50′E / 48.400°N 10.833°E / 48.400; 10.833Coordinates: 48°24′N 10°50′E / 48.400°N 10.833°E / 48.400; 10.833
Country Germany
State Bavaria
Admin. region Schwaben
District Augsburg
Government
 • Mayor Hansjörg Durz (CSU)
Area
 • Total 25.14 km2 (9.71 sq mi)
Elevation 476-485 m (−1,115 ft)
Population (2012-12-31)[1]
 • Total 21,265
 • Density 850/km2 (2,200/sq mi)
Time zone CET/CEST (UTC+1/+2)
Postal codes 86356
Dialling codes 0821
Vehicle registration A
Website www.neusaess.de

Neusäß is a municipality in the district Augsburg, Bavaria, Germany. The town lies on the Schmutter river and borders the city of Augsburg. As of 2002, the city had 21,914 inhabitants.

Town districts[edit]

  • Alt-Neusäß
  • Hainhofen
  • Hammel
  • Westheim
  • Schlipsheim
  • Täfertingen
  • Ottmarshausen
  • Steppach

History[edit]

Neusaess is a union from 8 formerly independent villages, which united in the years 1972 and 1977, in order to avoid the threatening incorporation by Augsburg.

Since 2008 Hansjörg Durz (CSU) is still mayor of Neusäß.

Paul Philipp Heinrich is the family names.During World War I paul philipp hamel were sent to South Africa he had 7 brothers and sisters who left for USA and Scotland. Paul Phillip Heinrich married in South Africa whilst in concentration camp to a Kruger girl the niece of the then president Paul Kruger; his descendants are a son Paul Hamel born 1922 died in 1986 he had a son and grandson called Paul. both are deceased. The only direct descendant is RE-MARIUS HAMEL and Gideon Hamel ( grandsons % brothers ) a great grand son born 09/06/1991 Byron Paul hamel.

Attractions[edit]

Die Wallfahrtskirche Maria Loreto auf dem Kobel
  • Pilgrimage church Maria Loreto on the Kobel (Westheim)
  • Schloss Hainhofen
  • Schloss Hamel
  • Bismarckturm (Steppach)
  • Titania hot springs
  • Schmutter

Youth and Culture[edit]

Twinnings[edit]

Bracciano (Italy)

References[edit]

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