|• Mayor||Felix Schwaller (CSU)|
|• Total||41.55 km2 (16.04 sq mi)|
|• Density||420/km2 (1,100/sq mi)|
|Time zone||CET/CEST (UTC+1/+2)|
|Vehicle registration||RO, AIB|
Bad Aibling ( (help·info)) is a spa town and former district seat in Bavaria (Germany) on the river Mangfall, located some 35 miles southeast of Munich. It is a health resort (peat pulp bath and mineral spa).
Bad Aibling and its surroundings were settled by Celtic tribes from about 500 BC until 15 BC. After Roman occupation it was finally settled by Bavarii tribes in the 5th century AD. In 804, Bad Aibling was mentioned for the first time as "Epininga". In mediaeval times it was an administrative centre in the lordship of the Counts of Falkenstein. After the obliteration of the Neuburg-Falkenstein dynasty it became part of the realm of the Wittelsbach family.
In 1845 the first treatments with peat pulp were offered by the physician Desiderius Beck. Bad Aibling received the title "Bad" (spa or springs) in 1895.
In the year 1933 Bad Aibling officially became a city. After the Second World War Bad Aibling was the site of POW Discharge Center #26, where German POWs were released from captivity to civilian status. Later the area evolved into a major centre for intelligence organizations and secret services.
Geography and demographics
In the town live approximately 18,000 inhabitants. It is 498 meters above sea level and covers an area of 41.55 km².
Bad Aibling consists of the quarters (Stadtteile) Abel, Adlfurt, Bad Aibling Mitte, Berbling, Ellmosen, Fachendorf, Gröben, Harthausen, Haslach, Heimathsberg, Heinrichsdorf, Holzhausen, Köckbrunn, Markfeld, Mietraching, Mitterham, Moos, Natternberg, Thalacker, Thürham, Unterheufeld, Weg, Westen, Westerham, Willing, and Zell.
Economy and infrastructure
Companies based in Bad Aibling
Administration and public institutions
- Municipal institutions
- Employment office Bad Aibling
- Institutions of the Rosenheim district office (veterinary office, motor vehicle registration authority)
- Local court
- Bundesnachrichtendienst (BND), Federal Intelligence Service
- German football boarding school (Deutsches Fußballinternat Bad Aibling)
- Gymnasium Bad Aibling (high school for secondary education)
- Wilhelm-Leibl-Realschule (secondary school)
- Wirtschaftsschule Alpenland (secondary school for economics)
- Grund- und Hauptschulen (primary and secondary education)
- Sonderschule (primary and secondary education for children with special needs)
- Volkshochschule Bad Aibling (adult evening classes)
Bad Aibling is twinned with
People affiliated with Bad Aibling
- Julian Weigl
- Eleonore Baur
- Desiderius Beck
- Amelie Kober
- Wilhelm Leibl
- Johann Sperl
- Friedrich Meggendorfer
- "Fortschreibung des Bevölkerungsstandes". Bayerisches Landesamt für Statistik und Datenverarbeitung (in German). 31 December 2013.
|Wikimedia Commons has media related to Bad Aibling.|
- The city's official website
- The health and cure administration
- Bad Aibling RSOC (Regional SIGINT Operation Center) Photos