ⓘ Dingolfing

                                     

ⓘ Dingolfing

The area now called Dingolfing was first mentioned in Tinguluinga in the year 833.

In the year 1251 the Duke of Bavaria, Otto II. awarded municipal rights to the city, which was the Upper city. The lower town, near the Church of SV. Jones was an old village belonging to the Prince-bishopric of Regensburg. By Treaty of 1265 between Duke and Bishop, both cities were United.

Dingolfings biggest increase was during the years of about 1315 to 1600. During this time the city prospered mostly through trade, fishing, leather craft and production of woolen fabrics. The Duke promoted these works, causing Dingolfing to prosper even more.

The war of the Austrian succession caused very great damage to the city and decimated the population by epidemics. The city became nothing more than debris and ash on may 16, 1743, after he was fired upon by Austrian troops. Most of the city was burned in a large fire. Many of the towns records were destroyed during a fire.

Between 1802 and 1803 the local courts were dissolved. Between 1816 and 1817 there are many economic and crop failures. There was also a period of large price increases. This period is considered the lowest point in the long history of the city.

The railway track leading from Munich to Prague and many new roads were built in the mid-19th century, which became a major turn around of the city. Many new industries are formed in Dingolfing too around this time. The region began to draw a new picture of yourself.

In 1905 he opened a new shop for repair of broken equipment. After the Second world war, the shop changed its business and began producing scooters and cars. In the 1950s, the plant began to produce cars under the Glas car company. BMW bought the facility in 1967. Known today as the BMW Group in Dingolfing plant, the plant produces the 3 series GT, 4 Series, 5 Series, M5, 6-series GT, 7 series and 8 series. With 330.000 cars in 2018, the Dingolfing plant has the highest production capacity of any BMW plant in Europe.

After 1945 and especially after Dingolfing 1970-ies has stepped up its investments in urban infrastructure, including schools, hospitals and homes for the elderly.

                                     
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