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  1. Wolfenbüttel es una ciudad de Baja Sajonia, Alemania, sobre el río Oker, situada a unos 13 km al sur de Brunswick además de ser la capital del distrito de Wolfenbüttel y sede episcopal de la Iglesia Luterana del Estado de Brunswick. También es la ciudad más meridional de las 172 ciudades del norte de Alemania cuyo nombre termina en büttel, con el significado de "residencia" o "asentamiento".

  2. Wolfenbüttel ist eine an der Oker gelegene Kreisstadt und größte Stadt des Landkreises Wolfenbüttel in Niedersachsen ( Deutschland ). Mit 51.986 Einwohnern (Stand 31. Dezember 2021) ist Wolfenbüttel eine selbständige Gemeinde und Mittelstadt.

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    The town center is located at an elevation of 77 ft (23 m) on the Oker river near the confluence with its Altenau tributary, about 13 km (8.1 mi) south of Brunswick and 60 km (37 mi) southeast of the state capital Hannover. Wolfenbüttel is situated about half-way between the Harz mountain range in the south and the Lüneburg Heath in the north. The ...

    Between 2006 and 2014, the mayor of Wolfenbüttel was Thomas Pink, who was reelected in 2014 with 67.7% of the vote. In August 2018 he left the German Christian Democratic Unionparty. In September 2021, Ivica Lukanic (Independent) became Wolfenbüttel's first politically independent mayor, beating Dennis Berger (SPD) in a run-off with 55.7% of the vo...

    A first settlement, probably restricted to a tiny islet in the Oker river, was founded in the tenth century. It was mentioned in 1118 as Wulferisbuttle, when the Saxon count Widekind of Wolfenbüttel erected a water castle on the important trade route from Brunswick to Halberstadt and Leipzig. Destroyed by Henry the Lion in 1191, and again by his gr...

    The baroque castle Schloss Wolfenbüttel. In 1866, the castle became the Anna-Vorwerk-School for girls. Today part of the building is used as a high school; it also houses a great example of Baroque...
    Herzog-August-Bibliothek (HAB), the ducal library, hosts one of the largest and best-known collections of ancient books in the world. It is especially rich in bibles, incunabula, and books of the R...
    Klein-Venedig. A pittoresque waterside building ensemble (Gracht) along the River Okerbuilt in the eighteenth century.
    The churches Marienkirche (Hauptkiche Beatae Mariae Virginis), built during the seventeenth century, and St.-Trinitatiskirche(Trinity Church), built during the early eighteenth century.

    Wolfenbüttel is home of several departments of the Ostfalia University of Applied Sciences and the Lessing-Akademie[de], an organisation for the study of Lessing's works. It is also home to the Niedersächsisches Staatsarchiv, the state archives of Lower Saxony, as well as the renowned Biblioteca Augusta. Beginning in 2009 the Landesmusikakademie Ni...

    Wolfenbüttel is twinnedwith: 1. Sèvres, France (1958) 2. Kenosha, United States (1969) 3. Satu Mare, Romania (1976) 4. Kamienna Góra, Poland (2001) 5. Blankenburg, Germany (2015) A bridge in Wolfenbüttel is named after each of these cities. In Kenosha, there is a park located on the coast of Lake Michigan named after Wolfenbüttel.

    Bepler, Jochen: Kleine Wolfenbütteler Stadtgeschichte. Pustet, Regensburg 2011. ISBN 978-3-7917-2328-0.
    Fimpel, Martin: Erst Großbaustelle und dann eine andere Stadt. Der lange Abschied von der Festung Wolfenbüttel, in: Braunschweigisches Jahrbuch für Landesgeschichte Bd. 94, 2013, S. 161–192.
    Grote, Hans Henning: Schloss Wolfenbüttel, Residenz der Herzöge zu Braunschweig und Lüneburg.Appelhans Verlag, Braunschweig 2005
    Schwarz, Ulrich (Hrsg.): Auf dem Weg zur herzoglichen Residenz. Wolfenbüttel im Mittelalter.Appelhans Verlag, Braunschweig 2003
  3. Distrito de Wolfenbüttel - Wikipedia, la enciclopedia libre Coordenadas: 52°10′00″N 10°35′00″E Distrito de Wolfenbüttel El Distrito de Wolfenbüttel (en alemán: Landkreis Wolfenbüttel) es un Landkreis (distrito) ubicado al este del estado federal de Baja Sajonia ( Alemania ).

  4. El principado de Brunswick-Wolfenbüttel fue una subdivisión del ducado de Brunswick-Lüneburg, cuya historia se caracterizó por sus numerosas divisiones y reunificaciones. Varias líneas dinásticas de la Casa de Welf gobernaron sobre Brunswick-Wolfenbüttel hasta la disolución del Sacro Imperio Romano Germánico en 1806. Como resultado del Congreso de Viena, su Estado sucesor, el ducado de Brunswick, fue creado en 1814.

    • Brunswick (1235-1432, 1753-1815), Wolfenbüttel (1432-1753)
    • Bajo alemán, alemán
  5. Wolfenbüttel is a district in southeastern Lower Saxony, Germany. Neighboring districts are (clockwise from the north) the district-free City of Braunschweig , the district of Helmstedt , the district of Harz in Saxony-Anhalt , and the districts of Goslar , Hildesheim and Peine .

  6. El palacio/castillo de Wolfenbüttel es un schloss —residencia palaciega— alemán erigido en la ciudad de Wolfenbüttel que sirvió como residencia principal de los gobernantes del principado de Brunswick-Wolfenbüttel entre 1432 y 1753. Es el segundo palacio sobreviviente más grande en la Baja Sajonia. Ahora es utilizado por una escuela secundaria, la Academia Federal de Educación Artística y un museo. En las inmediaciones se encuentran la Bibliotheca Augusta, el ...

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