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In Germany, Flensburg is known for: 1. the Kraftfahrt-Bundesamt (roughly: National Driver and Vehicle Register) with its Verkehrssünderkartei(literally: "traffic sinner card file"), where details of traffic offences are stored 2. its beer Flensburger Pilsener, also called "Flens" 3. the centre of the Danish national minority in Germany 4. the greet...
Flensburg is situated in the north of the German state Schleswig-Holstein, very close to the German-Danish border. After Westerland on the island of Sylt it is Germany's northernmost town. Flensburg lies at the innermost tip of the Flensburg Firth, an inlet of the Baltic Sea. Flensburg's eastern shore is part of the Angliapeninsula.
Flensburg was founded at the latest by 1200 at the innermost end of the Flensburg Firth by Danish settlers, who were soon joined by German merchants. In 1284, its town rights were confirmed and the town quickly rose to become one of the most important in the Duchy of Schleswig. Unlike Holstein, however, Schleswig did not belong to the German Holy Roman Empire. Therefore, Flensburg was not a member of the Hanseatic League, but it did maintain contacts with this important trading network. Histo...
Early modern times
After the fall of the Hanseatic League in the 16th century, Flensburg was said to be one of the most important trading towns in the Scandinavian area. Flensburg merchants were active as far away as the Mediterranean, Greenland and the Caribbean. The most important commodities, after herring, were sugar and whale oil, the latter from whaling off Greenland. However, the Thirty Years' War put an end to this boom time. The town was becoming Protestantand thereby ever more German culturally and li...
History as a German town
Between 1460 and 1864, Flensburg was, after Copenhagen, the second biggest port in the Kingdom of Denmark, but it passed to the Kingdom of Prussia after the Second Schleswig War in 1864. The Battle of Flensburg was on February 6, 1864: near the city a small Hungarian mounted regiment chased a Danish infantry and Dragoon regiment. There is still a considerable Danish community in the town today. Some estimates put the percentage of Flensburgers who belong to it as high as 25%; other estimates...
The Danish minority in Flensburg and the surrounding towns run their own schools, libraries and Lutheran churches from which the German majority is not excluded. The co-existence of these two groups is considered a sound and healthy symbiosis. There is a form of mixed Danish–German used on the ferries, Petuh. There is also a Danish Consulate-Genera...
The town council was led for centuries by two mayors, one for the north town (St. Marien) and the other for the south town (St. Nikolai and St. Johannis). The council members and the mayors were chosen by the council itself, that is, retiring officials had their successors named by the remaining councillors in such a way that both halves of the tow...
Flensburg's coat of arms shows in gold above blue and silver waves rising to the left a six-sided red tower with a blue pointed roof breaking out of which, one above the other are the two lions of Schleswig and Denmark; above is a red shield with the silver Holsatian nettle leaf on it. The town's flag is blue, overlaid with the coat of arms in colo...
Flensburg is twinnedwith: 1. Carlisle, England, United Kingdom 2. Neubrandenburg, Germany 3. Słupsk, Poland
The town has a well established Combined Heat and Power and District Heating scheme which was installed between 1970 and 1980.It is owned by the town.
West of Flensburg runs the A 7 Autobahn, leading north to the Danish border, whence it continues as European route E45. Furthermore, Federal Highways (Bundesstraßen) B 200 and B 199pass through the municipal area. Also west of the town lies the Flensburg-Schäferhaus airport. Local transport is provided by several buslines such as "Aktiv Bus GmbH" and "Allgemeinen Flensburger Autobus Gesellschaft" (AFAG) along with others. They all operate within an integrated fare system within the Flensburg...
In Flensburg, the Flensburger Tageblatt, from the Schleswig-Holsteinischer Zeitungsverlag (newspaper publisher) is published daily, as is the bilingual (German and Danish) Flensborg Avis. There are also two weekly advertising flyers, "MoinMoin" (named for a common regional greeting) and "Wochenschau" ("Newsreel") as well as an illustrated town paper ("Flensburg Journal"), the Flensburg "campus newspaper" and a town magazine ("Partout"). Norddeutscher Rundfunk (NDR) runs one of its oldest stud...
1. Schleswig-Holsteinisches Landestheater (at the Stadttheater) and Symphony Orchestra 2. Niederdeutsche Bühne der Stadt Flensburg("Low German Stage of the city of Flensburg") 3. Det Lille Teater(Danish theatre) 4. Theaterwerkstatt Pilkentafel(Theatre Workshop) 5. Orpheus-Theater
Archives and libraries
1. Town Archive, a very comprehensive collection, at the town hall 2. Dansk Centralbibliotek for Sydslesvig, with archive of the Danish minority and Schleswig book collection 3. Town Library 4. State Central Library and Zentrale Hochschulbibliothek(Central College Library)
1. Museumsberg– Museum for artistic and cultural history. 2. Schifffahrtsmuseum– Museum for shipping and shipbuilding. 3. Rummuseum– History of the "Rum Town" of Flensburg. 4. Naturwissenschaftliches Museum– Animal and plant worlds of northern Schleswig-Holstein. 5. Museumshafen– Private initiative for maintaining old traditional working boats mainly from the Baltics (Segelschiffe). 6. Museumswerft– Shipbuilding (sail) of bygone centuries. The place also has a children's boatyard. 7. Fischere...
The town of Flensburg has bestowed honorary citizenship upon the following persons, listed chronologically: 1. 1851: Friedrich Ferdinand Tillisch, Minister for the Duchy of Schleswig 2. 1857: Christian Rønnenkamp, salesman and shipowner 3. 1867: Edwin Freiherr von Manteuffel, Prussian King's Governor 4. 1872: Karl von Wrangel, General 5. 1895: Otto Fürst von Bismarck, Reich Chancellor 6. 1911: Friedrich Wilhelm Selck, Commercial Councillor 7. 1917: Heinrich Schuldt, Town Councillor 8. 1924: D...
1. Isted Lion (unveiled 1862) a war monument, originally in Flensburg, then Berlin, then Copenhagen, now resident again in Flensburg
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