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Frankfurt am Main. North Rhine-Westphalia. Lower Saxony. In the course of time the name changed many times: trut munia , Thortmanni, Trutmania, Trotmunni , Tremonia From the 13th century on, the Dortmunde appeared for the first time, but it was not until a few centuries later that it became generally accepted.
In the Middle Ages , when the city had withstood the siege of knights under the leadership of the Archbishop of Cologne , it chose as its motto a saying that is still upheld today by traditional societies: So fast as Düörpm.
High German : As firm as Dortmund. However, these exonyms have fallen into disuse and the city is now internationally known by its German name of Dortmund.
The ruins of the later Hohensyburg castle now stand on the site of the Sigiburg. The hillfort was raised ca. During the Saxon Wars , it was taken by the Franks under Charlemagne in , retaken by the Saxons possibly under Widukind in , and taken again and refortified by Charlemagne in Archaeological evidence suggests the Sigiburg site was also occupied in the Neolithic era.
The first time Dortmund was mentioned in official documents was around as Throtmanni — In throtmanni liber homo arnold[us] viii den[arios] nob[is] soluit [solvit].
After it was destroyed by a fire, the Holy Roman Emperor Frederick I Barbarossa had the town rebuilt in and resided there among other places for two years.
In St. Mary's Church, Dortmund, and three years later in St. Reinold's Church first mentioned. The combination of crossroad, market place, administrative centre — town hall, made Dortmund an important centre in Westphalia.
It became an Imperial Free City and one of the first cities in Europe with an official Brewing right in After , the city appeared in writing as "Dorpmunde".
In the years leading up to , the English King even borrowed money from well-heeled Dortmund merchant families Berswordt and Klepping, offering the regal crown as security.
In , Count von Mark joined forces with the Archbishop of Cologne and issued declarations of a feud against the town.
Following a major siege lasting 18 months, peace negotiations took place and Dortmund emerged victorious. In the seat of the first Vehmic court German : Freistuhl was in Dortmund, in a square between two linden trees , one of which was known as the Femelinde.
With the growing influence of Cologne during the 15th century, the seat was moved to Arnsberg in With the Reichsdeputationshauptschluss resolution in , Dortmund was added to the Principality of Nassau-Orange-Fulda , with as a result that it was no longer a free imperial city.
William V, Prince of Orange-Nassau did not want stolen areas and therefore let his son Prince Willem Frederik the later King William I of the Netherlands take possession of the city and the principality.
This prince held its entry on 30 June , and as such the County of Dortmund then became part of the principality. On 12 July , most of the Nassau principalities were deprived of their sovereign rights by means of the Rhine treaty.
It is the capital of the Ruhr department. In Dortmund becomes capital of French satellite Ruhr department. The state mining authority of the Ruhr area was founded in and moved from Bochum to Dortmund.
Within the Prussian Province of Westphalia , Dortmund was a district seat within Regierungsbezirk Arnsberg until , when it became an urban district within the region.
During the industrialisation of Prussia, Dortmund became a major centre for coal and steel. The town expanded into a city, with the population rising from 57, in to , in Sprawling residential areas like the North, East, Union and Kreuz district sprang up in less than 10 years.
In , Dortmund was one of the centres for resistance to the Kapp Putsch - a right military coup launched against the Social Democratic -led government.
Radical workers formed a Red Army who fought the freikorps units involved in the coup. On 11 January , the Occupation of the Ruhr was carried out by the invasion of French and Belgian troops into the Ruhr.
On the morning of 31 March , it came to the sad culmination of this French-German confrontation. Under Nazi Germany , the Old Synagogue , which had opened in , was destroyed in With a capacity of 1, seats, it was one of the largest Jewish houses of worship in Germany.
The Allied ground advance into Germany reached Dortmund in April The division, assisted by close air support, advanced through the ruins in urban combat and completed its capture on 13 April Post-war, most of the ancient buildings were not restored, and large parts of the city area were completely rebuilt in the style of the s.
A few historic buildings as the main churches Reinoldikirche and Marienkirche were restored or rebuilt, and extensive parks and gardens were laid out.
The simple but successful postwar rebuilding has resulted in a very mixed and unique cityscape. Dortmund was in the British zone of occupation of Germany, and became part of the new state Land of North Rhine-Westphalia in The LWL-Industriemuseum was founded in Dortmund  has since adapted, with its century-long steel and coal industries having been shifted to high-technology areas, including biomedical technology , micro systems technology , and services.
This has led Dortmund to become a regional centre for hi-tech industry. In started a new era for the discrict Hörde in Dortmund, years of industrial history ended with the beginning of the Phoenix See.
In the first cornerstone was laid on the Phoenix area. The work started with full speed to manage the work with over 2.
On 1 October , the largest and most highly anticipated milestone could be celebrated: the launch of the flooding of the Phoenix See.
Since 9 May , the fences disappeared and the Phoenix See has been completed. On 3 November , more than 20, people were evacuated after a 4,pound bomb from World War II was found.
German authorities safely defused the bomb. The bomb was found after analysing old aerial photographs while searching for unexploded bombs dropped by Allied aircraft over Germany's industrial Ruhr region.
Dortmund is an independent city located in the east of the Ruhr area, one of the largest urban areas in Europe see also: megalopolis , comprising eleven independent cities and four districts with some 5.
Moreover, Dortmund is part of Westphalian Lowland and adjoins with the Ardey Hills in the south of the city to the Sauerland.
The Klusenberg , a hill that is part of the Ardey range, is located just north of the Hengsteysee and the highest point of Dortmund There is also a pumped-storage plant on this reservoir, named Koepchenwerk.
The lowest point can be found in the northern borough of Brechten at The Emscher is a small river and has its wellspring in Holzwickede , east of the city of Dortmund, and flows west through Dortmund.
Dortmund comprises 62 neighbourhoods which in turn are grouped into twelve boroughs called Stadtbezirke , often named after the most important neighbourhood.
Each Stadtbezirk is assigned a Roman numeral and has a local governing body of nineteen members with limited authority. Most of the boroughs were originally independent municipalities but were gradually annexed from to This long-lasting process of annexation has led to a strong identification of the population with "their" boroughs or districts and to a rare peculiarity: The borough of Hörde, located in the south of Dortmund and independent until , has its own coat of arms.
The centre can be subdivided into historically evolved city districts whose borders are not always strictly defined, such as.
Dortmund is situated in the temperate climate zone with oceanic climate Köppen : Cfb. Winters are cool; summers are warm.
Precipitation evenly falls throughout the year; steady rain with some snow , prevails in the wintertime, isolated showers dominate the summer season.
Dortmund features characteristics of densely populated areas as for example the occurrence of urban heat islands is typical.
Dortmund's population grew rapidly in the time of the 19th century industrialisation when coal mining and steel processing in the city began.
During the 19th century the area around Dortmund called Ruhr attracted up to , ethnic Poles , Masurians and Silesians from East Prussia and Silesia in a migration known as Ostflucht flight from the east.
Most of the new inhabitants came from Eastern Europe, but immigrants also came from France, Ireland, and the United Kingdom.
Almost all their descendants today speak German as a mother tongue, and for various reasons they do not identify with their Polish roots and traditions, often only their Polish family names remaining as a sign of their past.
Not taking the fluctuation of war years into account, the population figures rose constantly to , in As a result of the city's post-industrial decline, the population fell to just under , in Today with a population of It is also the largest city in the Ruhr agglomeration.
Contrary to earlier projections, population figures have been on the rise in recent years due to net migration gains.
Dortmund has seen a moderate influx of younger people 18 to 25 years of age mainly because of its universities. Consequently, respective figures have been corrected, which resulted in a statistical "loss" of 9, inhabitants in Dortmund.
As of [update] the largest Christian denominations were Protestantism The Church of the Holy Apostles gre. The Jewish community has a history dating back to Medieval times and has always ranked among the largest in Westphalia.
The synagogues operate there in City center, Hörde and Dorstfeld. Due to the growing immigration of people from Muslim countries beginning in the s.
Dortmund has a large Muslim community with more than 30 mosques. Since , Dortmund's Bürgermeister mayor is Thomas Westphal.
Dortmund is one of nineteen independent district-free cities kreisfreie Städte in North Rhine-Westphalia , which means that it does not form part of another general-purpose local government entity, in this case it is not part of a Landkreis.
Since , Dortmund is divided into twelve administrative districts. Each district Bezirk has its own elected district council Bezirksvertretung and its own district mayor Bezirksbürgermeister.
The district councils are advisory only. Dortmund is often called the Herzkammer der SPD roughly translated as "heartland of the Social democrats" , which is the politically dominant party in the city.
During the Nazi era — , mayors were installed by the Nazi Party. After World War II, the military government of the British occupation zone installed a new mayor and a municipal constitution modeled on that of British cities.
Since the end of the war, the SPD has held a relative majority in the town council - except from to Since the local election, there have been 8 parties and electors' groups in the town council 86 seats; 96 seats : Ullrich Sierau SPD has been the mayor of Dortmund since May He has had to work with changing majorities in the local council.
The last municipal election was held on 13 September The SPD reached Dortmund is twinned with: .
Dortmund's city centre offers a picture full of contrasts. Historic buildings like Altes Stadthaus or the Krügerpassage rub shoulders with post-war architecture like Gesundheitshaus and concrete constructions with Romanesque churches like the Reinoldikirche and the Marienkirche.
The reconstruction of the city followed the style of the s, while respecting the old layout and naming of the streets.
The downtown of Dortmund still retains the outline of the medieval city. Thus, the city today is characterized by simple and modest post-war buildings, with a few interspersed pre-war buildings which were reconstructed due to their historical importance.
Some buildings of the "Wiederaufbauzeit" era of reconstruction , for example the opera house are nowadays regarded as classics of modern architecture.
Unlike the Dortmund city centre, much of the inner districts around the old medieval centre escaped damage in the second world war and post war redevelopment.
The Kreuzviertel is characterised by old buildings, the majority of which come from the turn of the 20th century to In the second World War , relatively few buildings were destroyed in comparison to other areas of the city.
Today, Kreuzviertel forms a nearly homogeneous historic building area. Moreover, local efforts to beautify and invigorate the neighbourhood have reinforced a budding sense of community and artistic expression.