Deizisau

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Deizisau
Coat of arms of Deizisau
Coat of arms
Deizisau   is located in Germany
Deizisau
Deizisau
Coordinates: 48°42′48″N 9°23′21″E / 48.71333°N 9.38917°E / 48.71333; 9.38917Coordinates: 48°42′48″N 9°23′21″E / 48.71333°N 9.38917°E / 48.71333; 9.38917
Country Germany
State Baden-Württemberg
Admin. region Stuttgart
District Esslingen
Government
 • Mayor Thomas Matrohs
Area
 • Total 5.17 km2 (2.00 sq mi)
Elevation 270 m (890 ft)
Population (2015-12-31)[1]
 • Total 6,735
 • Density 1,300/km2 (3,400/sq mi)
Time zone CET/CEST (UTC+1/+2)
Postal codes 73779
Dialling codes 07153
Vehicle registration ES
Website www.deizisau.de

Deizisau is a town in the district of Esslingen in Baden-Württemberg in southern Germany. Deizisau is located in between the towns of Plochingen and Esslingen. The river Neckar is flowing through this town.

Transportation[edit]

Deizisau is connected to the Bundesstrasse 10 which is a motorway. The S-Bahn Stuttgart has the stops Altbach and Plochingen in the vicinity.

Economy[edit]

Coca-Cola has a factory in Deizisau.[2]

Personalities[edit]

Honorary citizen[edit]

  • 1982: Albert Seifried (1913-1982), town council and 1st deputy mayor
  • 1985: Hermann Ertinger (1920-1997), mayor
  • 1996: Julius Staufner (1931-2001), local council and 1st deputy mayor

Sons and Daughters of the Community[edit]

  • August Zoller (1773-1858), pastor in Deizisau 1798-1811, an important Wuerttemberg educator
  • Edgar Wolff (born 1959), politician, since 2009 district councilor of Göppingen

Personalities who have lived or worked in Deizisau[edit]

Persons who were not born in Deizisau but who have lived or live in Deizisau

  • Ludwig Hetsch (1806-1872), composer of spiritual and romantic songs, married in Deizisau and acquired the Deizisauer civil right
  • Gotthilf Fischer (born 1928 in Plochingen), conductor, grew up in Deizisau
  • Bernd Förster (born 1956), footballer among others for Bayern Munich and VfB Stuttgart, player of the German national team, living in Deizisau since 1981

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