Location, history and sights of the Augusta district

The administrative district of Swabia includes the Bavarian city of Augsburg. Here you can learn more about the history, politics, people and places of interest.

Augusta is made up of 46 cities, municipalities and markets with a total of over 250,000 inhabitants. It is the third largest county in the United States with a total area of ​​1,070.66 km2.BavariaThere are many things to do in and around the city. We have compiled a list of options for you in this article.

Augusta is located in the middle of the economic triangle.MonkIt is one of the richest districts in Bavaria, with connections to Munich and Stuttgart. All political, geographical, historical and population-related information can be found here.

Location and population growth in the Augusta district

The municipality of Augusta has existed as an Augusta district since 1978.barAichach-Friedberg was incorporated as a district. As of December 2021, the city of Augusta had 256,934 inhabitants. Population development in 2021 is shown in our graph. You can get more information by clicking on the respective cities and communities.

1972 were Schwabmunchenas well as parts of the former Wertingen districtsNeuburg on the DanubeThe Augusta district is incorporated into it. The coat of arms was then redesigned. The Ulrichskreuz is visible, commemorating the battle of Lechfeld in 955 AD. The golden lily is visible on a blue background. It is а symbol of the Fugger family аnd other powerful nobles in the district.

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The district borders the city Augusta and the following counties:

The Augusta districts include the following cities, towns and municipalities:

AdelsriedAllmannshofen (959), Altenmünster (4275), Allmannshofen (2414), Allmannshofen (2414), Allmannshofen (959), Allmannshofen (9Aystetten (3016), Bonstetten (1530), weddings (1097), Elgau (1159), Emersacker (1439), Gablingen (4708), Gessertshausen (4432), Moat (4017), Grossaitingen(5218), Heretsried (1005), Hiltenfingen (1618), Horgau (2948), Kleinaitingen (1328), Horgau (2948), Horgau (2948), Kleinaitingen (1328), Horgau (2948), Horgau (2948), Horgau (2948), SmallKlösterlechfeld(2449), Kühlenthal (838), Kutzenhausen (2506), Langenneufnach (1778), Langerringen (3938), Langweid am Lech (8432), Mickhausen (1449), Mitteleufnach (1026), Nordendorf (2525), Oberottmärshausen (1736) , Scherstetten (1088), Untermeitingen (7310), Ustersbach (1171), Walkertshofen (1118), Wehringen (2957),

Augusta District: History in Milestones

Since the municipal reform of 1972, the Augusta district has grown and developed. The history of the district is closely linked to that of Augusta, strongly influenced by the Roman period. Archaeological finds indicate that Celts and Alemanni lived before the Romans in what is now the Augusta district.

The independent city of Augusta, founded in 15 BC BC, borders the district of Augusta. During the campaign of Emperor Augustus for the conquest of Raetià in BC, a military camp was built in his honor. Augustà Vindelicum was then the name of the field. The Vindeliker tribe lived in Rаetiа, and “Vindelicum” refers to them. The military camp grew to become a settlement over time and other settlements have sprung up nearby. Here is a timeline of significant historical events:

Attractions in the Augusta region

There is a lot to see in the Augusta region. We have compiled a list of ten attractions:

The oldest Cistercian monastery in the country is located in Oberschönenfeld. It is famous for its rustic wood-fired bread, which can be bought on site. Franz II Beer von Bleichten, master builder of Vorrlberg, designed today’s convent church of the Assumption in Oberschönenfeld in 1721/23. It overshadows the Cistercian monastery аnd the Swabian Museum.

Photo by Oliver Barker

Oliver Barker

East nor in Bristol and large in Southampton. The title of a Baccalaureate and Accounting and Economics and Education in Finance and Economics from the University of Southampton. Il a 34 ans et vit in Midanbury, Southampton.

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