ⓘ Dillingen an der Donau


ⓘ Dillingen an der Donau

Dillingen, or Dillingen an der Donau is a town in Swabia, Bavaria, Germany. It is the administrative center of the district of Dillingen.

Besides the town of Dillingen proper, the municipality encompasses the villages Donaualtheim Berlin, Hausen, Kicklingen, tobacco, and Steinheim.

Tobacco is the 6th to 7th century Alemannic cemetery, 630 row graves in an area of 100 by 140 metres. The counts of Dillingen ruled from the 10th to the 13th century, in 1258 the territory was placed in the hands of the Prince bishops of Augsburg. After the reformation, the Prince-bishops of Augsburg moved to the Catholic city of Dillingen and made it one of the centers of the Counter-reformation.

In 1800, during the war of the second coalition, the armies of the first French Republic, under the command of Jean Victor Moreau, fought the Habsburg regulars and württemberg contingents under the overall command of PAL region. Kray had taken refuge in the fortress of Ulm, Moreau diverted his army to success regardless of the East and, after a small group of people seized a bridgehead on the North Bank of the Danube, his forces were able to move against the fortress on both sides of the river. In this battle, the culmination of the Danube campaign of 1800, Moreau forced Kray to abandon Ulm and withdraw into Eastern Bavaria.

There was a University founded in 1549, but was closed by Napoleon in 1804. Philosophical and theological faculties existed in the 20th century. In 1971, however, it became part of the Bavarian center for the education and training of teachers and management staff of the Academy fur Lehrerfortbildung UND Personalfuhrung. One of the largest employers in the city is Bosch and Siemens household appliances, producer of household appliances.

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