Eislingen

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Eislingen
Christuskirche (Christus Church)
Christuskirche (Christus Church)
Coat of arms of Eislingen
Coat of arms
Eislingen   is located in Germany
Eislingen
Eislingen
Location of Eislingen within Göppingen district
Alb-Donau-Kreis Esslingen (district) Heidenheim (district) Reutlingen (district) Rems-Murr-Kreis Ostalbkreis Ostalbkreis Adelberg Aichelberg Albershausen Bad Boll Bad Ditzenbach Bad Überkingen Birenbach Böhmenkirch Börtlingen Deggingen Donzdorf Drackenstein Dürnau Eislingen Heiningen Ebersbach an der Fils Eschenbach Eschenbach Gammelshausen Geislingen an der Steige Gingen an der Fils Göppingen Gruibingen Hattenhofen Heiningen Hohenstadt Kuchen Lauterstein Mühlhausen im Täle Ottenbach Rechberghausen Salach Schlat Schlierbach Süßen Uhingen Wäschenbeuren Wangen Wiesensteig Zell unter AichelbergEislingen-Fils in GP.svg
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Coordinates: 48°41′36″N 9°42′24″E / 48.69333°N 9.70667°E / 48.69333; 9.70667Coordinates: 48°41′36″N 9°42′24″E / 48.69333°N 9.70667°E / 48.69333; 9.70667
Country Germany
State Baden-Württemberg
Admin. region Stuttgart
District Göppingen
Government
 • Mayor Klaus Heininger
Area
 • Total 16.41 km2 (6.34 sq mi)
Elevation 336 m (1,102 ft)
Population (2015-12-31)[1]
 • Total 20,177
 • Density 1,200/km2 (3,200/sq mi)
Time zone CET/CEST (UTC+1/+2)
Postal codes 73054
Dialling codes 07161
Vehicle registration GP
Website www.eislingen.de (in German)

Eislingen is a town in the district of Göppingen in Baden-Württemberg in southern Germany. It is located on the river Fils, about 2 km east of Göppingen.

Mayor[edit]

Mayor of the municipality Klein-Eislingen until 1933[edit]

  • 1830: Stübler, then Rapp, Haug and Nieß
  • 1868-1884: Leo (came 1860 from Gschwend)
  • 1884-1890: Kleindienst (first professional)
  • 1890-1906: Scheer (born March 31, 1864 in Klein-Eislingen)
  • 1907-1932: August Umgelter (born February 1, 1872 in Stuttgart)

Mayor of Greater Eislingen (würzburgischer district) until 1806[edit]

  • around 1798: Jakob Rummel
  • 1806: Anton Lechleitner

Mayor of Greater Eislingen (Württemberg district) until 1806[edit]

  • about 1770: Michael Schrag
  • to 1796-1806: Jakob Link

Mayor of the united town of Gross-Eislingen 1806[edit]

  • 1806-1818: Jakob Link
  • 1819-1833: Joseph Lieker (1716–1833)
  • 1833-1843: Joseph Comforter (born 1783 in Pfauhausen, surgeon and doctor)
  • 1844-1846: Franz Joseph Rieker
  • 1845-1866: Schrag
  • 1866-1895: Johann Michael Schrag
  • 1895-1929: Julius Vogel
  • 1930-1933: Anton Breuling (after the unification of both Eislingen cities official)

Mayor of the city Eislingen 1933-2011[edit]

  • 1933-1945: Hans Schuster
  • 1945: Gottlieb Nürk
  • 1945-1947: G. Rohrer
  • 1947: temporary administrator H. Bulling
  • 1948-1978: Erwin Meyer
  • 1978-2010: Günther Frank ( SPD )
  • 2010-2011: Klaus Heininger (independent)

Lord Mayor of district town Eislingen since 2012.[2] Klaus Heininger (independent)

Partner cities[edit]

Music[edit]

The Punk-Band Itchy Poopzkid was founded in 2000 in Eislingen.

Sons and daughters of the town[edit]

Further important persons[edit]

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