Kirchliches Rottenburg
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Ecclesiastical Rottenburg

WTG-Bild Rottenburg has been the Seat of the Bishop of the Catholic Diocese Rottenburg-Stuttgart since 1821. The late Gothic spire of the Cathedral of St Martin is truly one of the town’s most impressive landmarks. Rottenburg was a purely Catholic town until becoming part of Württemberg in 1806 when a change of governance meant that a large number of Protestant officials, soldiers and servants arrived. In addition, there was a Jewish community in Baisingen for almost 400 years and traces of their culture, e.g. a renovated synagogue, can be visited today.

Further information can be found on the following link:
Kirchen und Religionsgemeinschaften (Link to Stadtverwaltung Rottenburg - site in German)

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