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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 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-years-old oak trees. Today an institution of the Landeswohlfahrtsverband is located here.
Stutensee was founded January 1, 1975 when the four municipality Blankenloch (with Büchig), Friedrichstal, Spöck and Staffort where combined to 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. Huguenot came from the North of France, from Belgium and Switzerland.