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Neustadt an der Aisch (officially: Neustadt a.d.Aisch) is a small town in the northern part of Bavaria (Germany), within the Franconian administrative region Middle Franconia,[2] and it is the capital of the German district Neustadt (Aisch)-Bad Windsheim. The abbreviation on German car number plates is NEA. As of June 30, 2005, it has about 12,431 inhabitants. The current Mayor is Klaus Meier.

Neustadt an der Aisch (officially: Neustadt a.d.Aisch) is a small town in the northern part of Bavaria (Germany), within the Franconian administrative region Middle Franconia,[2] and it is the capital of the German district Neustadt (Aisch)-Bad Windsheim. The abbreviation on German car number plates is NEA. As of June 30, 2005, it has about 12,431 inhabitants. The current Mayor is Klaus Meier.

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More about the History of Neustadt an der Aisch

In 741, for the first time, Riedfeld, the town's root settlement, was documented as the German king's court. However, it lasted until 1285, when the town's name is documented for the first time as "Nivenstadt".

At the end of the 12th century, Neustadt became part of the sovereign territory of the burgraves of Nuremberg, the dynasty of the Hohenzollern. The House of the Hohenzollern developed Neustadt into an economical, political and also cultural centre of its region, mainly because of its favourable geographical position in the middle of the main trade route between Würzburg and Nuremberg.

In 1553, in the Second Margrave War, the town was burnt down. Afterwards, a long lasting phase of construction and extension began. This phase ended with the subversions of the Thirty Years' War. The rebuilding lasted several hundred of years.

From 1791 through to 1806, Neustadt was part of the sovereign territory of Prussia, then was military governed by the French, and in 1810 became finally part of the kingdom of Bavaria. The political importance of Neustadt faded thereafter, but trade and industry kept stimulated due to the deployment of a garrison of the Uhlans, and in 1865 due to the opening of its station on the Nuremberg–Würzburg Railway.

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Neustadt an der Aisch (officially: Neustadt a.d.Aisch) is a small town in the northern part of Bavaria (Germany), within the Franconian administrative region Middle Franconia,[2] and it is the capital of the German district Neustadt (Aisch)-Bad Windsheim. The abbreviation on German car number plates is NEA. As of June 30, 2005, it has about 12,431 inhabitants. The current Mayor is Klaus Meier.

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