Stolberg

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Stolberg may refer to:

Towns in Germany[edit]

Former states of the Holy Roman Empire[edit]

  • County of Stolberg, created from the County of Hohnstein in 1210 and partitioned to Harz line (S-Stolberg) and Rhenish line (S-Rochefort and S-Königstein) in 1548
  • Stolberg-Gedern, partitioned from S-Wernigerode in 1677 and reunited thereto in 1804
  • Stolberg-Königstein, created from the partition of the County of Stolberg in 1548
  • Stolberg-Rochefort, created from the partition of the County of Stolberg in 1548
  • Stolberg-Rossla, partitioned from S-Stolberg in 1706, mediatised to the Electorate of Saxony in 1803 and awarded to Prussia in 1815
  • Stolberg-Schwarza, rejoined S-Wernigerode in 1748
  • Stolberg-Stolberg, created from the partition of the County of Stolberg in 1548, partitioned in 1645 and 1706 to create S-Werngerode and S-Rossla, mediatised to the Electorate of Saxony in 1803 and awarded to Prussia in 1815
  • Stolberg-Wernigerode, partitioned from S-Stolberg in 1645, partitioned to create S-Gedern in 1677, mediatised to Westphalia in 1807 and awarded to Prussia in 1815

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