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|coordinates:|| 47° 6 ' n. Break. |
7° 33 ' o. L.
|Height:||497 m and. M.|
|Surface:||2,04 km ²|
|inhabitants:||1 ' 013 (1. January 2005)|
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Aefligen lies in the lower Emmental, in the northwest Zipfel of the office castle village. The village is appropriate directly to the Emme and the line castle village - for Solothurn. Aefligen borders on the municipalities Rüdtligen Alchenflüh, woman wells, Schalunen, Bätterkinden, Utzenstorf and Kirchberg.
the municipality is because of the canton road from woman wells to Utzenstorf and Kirchberg, where the motorway accomplishes A1. The regional traffic central country AG operates in Aefligen a station of where courses after castle village and Solothurn operates.
on the year 1261 dates the first mention of Aefligen in the arable of the counts von Kyburg. 1429 ignored the administrative laws of the yard Kirchberg (today Kirchgemeinde Kirchberg) to the city Berne, which took over the area 1481 completely. Militarily Aefligen belonged from now on to the office castle village, civilly to the Niedergericht Bätterkinden in the office land hat. 1798 took place the complete dispatching to the office castle village. 1910 occurred the last large inundation by the Emme. After different flood disasters also the Jeremias Gotthelf described, became starting from center 19. Century both sides the Emme of dams put on.
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- official Website of the municipality Aefligen
- article Aefligen in the historical encyclopedia of Switzerland
Aefligen | Alchenstorf | Bäriswil | Castle village | Ersigen | Hasle | Heimiswil | Light sow | Hindelbank | Höchstetten | Kernenried | Kirchberg | Koppigen | Krauchthal | Lyssach | Mötschwil | Niederösch | Upper castle | Oberösch | Rüdtligen Alchenflüh | Rumendingen | Rüti | Willadingen | Wynigen
coordinates: 47° 6 ' N, 7° 33 ' O