Leg the home

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Land of the Federal Republic: Rhineland-Palatinate
district: Rhine Pfalz circle
convention community: Hessheim
geographical situation: 49° 34 ' n. B.
8° 19 ' o. L.
Height: 94-95 m and. NN
surface: 5.73 km ²
inhabitants: 2.897
(30. June 2005)
Population density: 506 inhabitants for each km ²
postal zip codes: 67259
(old: 6711)
Preselection: 06233
Kfz characteristics: RP (to 31. August 2005: LU)
Municipality key: 07 3 38 002
Website: www.beindersheim.de
politics
mayor: Benno Haas
local council: (Choice to 13. June 2004)
  • CDU 37.4% (- 16.2) - of 7 seats (- 4)
  • SPD 33.4% (+1,4) - of 7 seats (+1)
  • WGR 29.1% (+14,7) - 6 seats (+3)

leg the home is a place of the convention community Hessheim in the Rhine Pfalz circle in Rhineland-Palatinate (Germany). The place has 2,957 (conditions: August 2004) Inhabitant on a surface of 5,73 km ².

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history

leg the home, a Frankish local establishment from that 6. /7. Jh., was mentioned for the first time 855 in the Lor Codex under the name „Bentritesheim “. Of 13. to 18. Jh. the form was common „Bentersheim “, the today's way of writing gives it only since that to 19. Century.

The Leininger count had already patronage and tenth rights in leg the home, as the place probably at the beginning of the 11. Century into its possession came. The death of the Leininger count Hesso (1467) was a cause of a hereditary controversy, in whose consequence leg the home was surrendered 1481 to the Pfalzgrafen. In the context of an area exchange the place went 1705 to the Wormser high pin, with which it kept 1797 up to the connection at France.

After the end of the French rule leg the home was slammed shut, now place in „the Bavarian Rhine circle “( since 1838 „Pfalz “) that 1817 created office for district Frankenthal. The office for district existed until 1946, afterwards (1948) the district Frankenthal was based, which was dissolved 1969, whereby leg the home to the district Ludwigshafen, which today's Rhine Pfalz circle came.

inhabitant development

up to the end 17. Jh. leg the home was probable a pure unity route village at the pivot piece race/church road, in early 17. Jh. about 40 farmsteads and thus 150-200 inhabitants exhibited. In 18. Jh. it came to a continuous population growth by reconstruction and resettlement to the Pfälzi succession war, so that 1771 370 inhabitants were counted. In this time the connecting roads branching to the south were cultivated. The local borders from that 18. Jh. became in 19. Jh. hardly expanded, since obviously the influx was contrary to the surrounding countryside only small and by new citizens building gaps was only closed. A propagation took place since beginning 20. Jhs., particularly toward southeast. It concerned usually pure houses of workers and employees in Frankenthal and Ludwigshafen. The trend from the farmer village to the living village continued after the Second World War, which since that time newly settled surfaces have the cultivated surface more than doubled. 1960 had leg the home of 1260 inhabitants, since still several development areas in the south, the west and the east became opened.

culture and objects of interest

of cultural monuments

  • catholic church Hl. Cross, pc. Peter and St. Nikolaus (church road 9): Newbaroque building of fineries, which orients itself at Upper Bavarian models. The two-piece portal is provided with a richly skulpturierten structure of sandstone, the bell tower has an octagonal bell projectile with tail hood and lantern. The church became 1914 - 1916 after plans of the Mannheimers Wendelin Leonhardt on the location of the former catholic parsonage building, thereafter school building, build. The interior equipment originates partly from the former simultaneous church (now Protestant church), so for instance the stone high altar from the time around 1750.
  • Protestant church (church road 7): The today's church was built 1748 at the same place, for which a church is proven to 874 already. After the peace conditions in consequence of the Pfälzi succession war it had simultaneous status up to the building of the catholic church. The tower with high pointed helmet from the years 1928/1929 replaces the gothical predecessor. At the interior equipment the rich-carved pulpit from that is 18. To mention century and the klassizistische organ housing.
  • Former school building (well way 6): Zweigeschossiger building of fineries from the year 1913 with wide rectangle windows, high hipped roofs with curved dormers. The building is used today as library. Neighbouring the former teacher house ( Frankenthaler road 27/29) is, likewise delighted for 1913. The large, representative building possesses a broadly supernatant hipped roof with curved dormer line.
  • City hall (pivot piece race 1): Build 1849 until 1913 also Protestant school building and until 1950 guardhouse. Zweigeschossiges building in the local center, that the building of predecessors from that 17. Century replaces.
  • Frankenthaler road 10: Farmstead from that 19. /20. Century with a zweigeschossigen building of fineries as house.
  • Church road 5: Farm, possibly former Protestant yard of the parsonage. The ground floor was built 1747, the upper floor and the saddle roof originates from late 19. Century.
  • Church road 16: Farm from middle 19. Century.
  • Pivot piece race 4 and pivot piece race 5: Landscape and localtypical farms from that 19. Century.
  • Way cross at the Grossniedesheimer road: Establish 1869, in recent time restored.
  • In the yard wall of the new building pivot piece race 14 the former Schlussstein of the 1774 here established tenth barn.
  • War memorial on the cemetery, 1959 concrete plastics created by the Freinsheimer sculptor Franz Lind.
  • Tomb Diehl/Raquet on the cemetery, around 1910 establishes, polished marble base with angel figure.



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