Friolzheim

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Friolzheim
Coat of arms of Friolzheim
Coat of arms
Friolzheim   is located in Germany
Friolzheim
Friolzheim
Coordinates: 48°50′10″N 8°50′12″E / 48.83611°N 8.83667°E / 48.83611; 8.83667Coordinates: 48°50′10″N 8°50′12″E / 48.83611°N 8.83667°E / 48.83611; 8.83667
Country Germany
State Baden-Württemberg
Admin. region Karlsruhe
District Enzkreis
Government
 • Mayor Michael H. Seiß
Area
 • Total 8.54 km2 (3.30 sq mi)
Elevation 453 m (1,486 ft)
Population (2015-12-31)[1]
 • Total 3,948
 • Density 460/km2 (1,200/sq mi)
Time zone CET/CEST (UTC+1/+2)
Postal codes 71292
Dialling codes 07044
Vehicle registration PF
Website www.friolzheim.de

Friolzheim is a town in the district of Enz in Baden-Württemberg in Germany. The 47 metre tall telecommunications tower, Friolzheimer Riese is located here.

Population development[edit]

  • 1871: 742
  • 1900: 754
  • 1939: 658
  • 1950: 936
  • 1971: 2023
  • 2000: 3537
  • 2010: 3629
  • 2015: 3948
  • 2016: 4002


Friolzheim Town hall

Mayors[edit]

  • Ernst Reinhardt (1911–1940)
  • Hans Sautter (1940-1941)
  • Friedrich Michael Jetter (1945–1948)
  • Gustav Koch (1948–1954)
  • Walter Rehm (1954–1986)
  • Manfred Schenk (1986–2002)
  • Michael Seiß (since 2002)

Sons and daughters of the town[edit]

  • Johann Heinrich Tafel (1673-1739), chancery consultant
  • Christine Rapp, née Benzinger (born around 1760), wife of the pietist leader Johann Georg Rapp
  • Johann Josua Stutzmann (1777-1816), philosopher (philosophy of the universe, letters to Goethe) and private lecturer in Heidelberg and Erlangen
  • Karl Andrassy (1860-1949), physician, medical councilor, Chief Physician of the Kreiskrankenhaus Böblingen from 1897 to 1930
  • Ulrike Frank (born 1969), an actress
  • Tim Leibold (born 1993), professional footballer

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