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Siegburg is located in Germany
Coordinates 50°48′5″N 7°12′16″E / 50.80139°N 7.20444°E / 50.80139; 7.20444
Kintra Germany
State North Rhine-Westphalie
Admin. region Cologne
Destrict Rhein-Sieg-Kreis
Toun subdiveesions 8
Mayor Franz Huhn (CDU)
Basic statistics
Aurie 23.47 km2 (9.06 sq mi)
Elevation 60 m  (197 ft)
Population 39,103 (31 Dizember 2012)[1]
 - Density 1,666 /km2 (4,315 /sq mi)
Ither information
Time zone CET/CEST (UTC+1/+2)
Licence plate SU
Postal code 53721
Aurie code 02241

Siegburg (i.e. fort on the Sieg river) is a ceety in the destrict o Rhein-Sieg-Kreis, in North Rhine-Westphalie, Germany. It is locatit on the banks o the rivers Sieg an Agger, 10 kilometres frae the umwhile caipital Bonn an 26 kilometres frae Cologne.

History[eedit | eedit soorce]

St. Servatius an the Haus zum Winter (1220 AD)

Airchbishop Anno II o Cologne foondit a Benedictine monastery in 1064, kent as Michaelsberg Abbey, on top o the hill cried the Michaelsberg an aw. A settlement that arose frae that wis first mentioned as a ceety in 1182. Siegburg reached the hicht o its prosperity in the 15t an 16t century. It is famous for its pottery, especially for the Siegburg pitchers (Siegburger Krüge).

Siegburg haes been the coonty seat o the Rhein-Sieg-Kreis syne 1816.

Siegburg's synagogue wis destroyed on Kristallnacht, signalin the demise o its Jewish commonty.

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