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This town was strategically located at a junction of trade routes between the Mediterranean Sea and the North Sea regions, and the Rhine and Danube rivers.
In , Freiburg's population numbered approximately 6, people. At about that time, under the rule of Bertold V , the last duke of Zähringen, the city began construction of its Freiburg Münster cathedral on the site of an older parish church.
At the end of the thirteenth century there was a feud between the citizens of Freiburg and their lord, Count Egino II of Freiburg.
The furious count called on his brother-in-law the Bishop of Strasbourg , Konradius von Lichtenberg , for help. The bishop responded by marching with his army to Freiburg.
According to an old Freiburg legend, a butcher named Hauri stabbed the Bishop of Strasbourg to death on 29 July It was a Pyrrhic victory , since henceforth the citizens of Freiburg had to pay an annual expiation of marks in silver to the count of Freiburg until In the counts of Freiburg made another failed attempt to occupy the city during a night raid.
Eventually the citizens were fed up with their lords, and in Freiburg purchased its independence from them. The city turned itself over to the protection of the Habsburgs , who allowed the city to retain a large measure of freedom.
Most of the nobles of the city died in the battle of Sempach The patrician family Schnewlin took control of the city until the guildsmen revolted.
The guilds became more powerful than the patricians by The silver mines in Mount Schauinsland provided an important source of capital for Freiburg.
This silver made Freiburg one of the richest cities in Europe, and in Freiburg minted its own coin, the Rappenpfennig.
In the cities of Freiburg, Basel , Colmar , and Breisach entered into a monetary alliance known as the Genossenschaft des Rappenpfennigs Rappenpfennig Collective.
This alliance facilitated commerce among the cities and lasted until the end of the sixteenth century. There were 8,—9, people living in Freiburg between the thirteenth and fourteenth centuries, and 30 churches and monasteries.
At the end of the fourteenth century the veins of silver were dwindling, and by only approximately 6, people still lived within Freiburg's city walls.
A university city, Freiburg evolved from its focus on mining to become a cultural centre for the arts and sciences. It was also a commercial center.
The end of the Middle Ages and the dawn of the Renaissance was a time of both advances and tragedy for Freiburg.
In , the city ratified a set of legal reforms, widely considered the most progressive of the time. The aim was to find a balance between city traditions and old Roman Law.
The reforms were well received, especially the sections dealing with civil process law, punishment, and the city's constitution. In , Freiburg decided not to take part in the Reformation and became an important centre for Catholicism on the Upper Rhine.
Erasmus moved here after Basel accepted the Reformation. In , a strong and persistent belief in witchcraft led to the city's first witch-hunt.
A plaque on the old city wall marks the spot where burnings were carried out. The seventeenth, eighteenth, and nineteenth centuries were turbulent times for Freiburg.
At the beginning of the Thirty Years' War there were 10,—14, citizens in Freiburg; by its end only 2, remained. During this war and other conflicts, the city belonged at various times to the Austrians , the French , the Swedes , the Spaniards , and various members of the German Confederation.
Between and , when the city was not under French occupation it was the administrative headquarters of Further Austria , the Habsburg territories in the southwest of Germany.
In , the city, together with the Breisgau and Ortenau areas, became part of Baden. In , when the Archdiocese of Freiburg was founded, Freiburg became the seat of a Catholic archbishop.
They were deported to Camp Gurs in the south of France, where many died. On 18 July , the remaining Baden and Freiburg Jews were transferred to Auschwitz in Nazi-occupied Poland, where almost all were murdered.
The memorial is a children's paddling pool and contains a bronze plaque commemorating the original building and the Jewish community which perished.
The pavements of Freiburg carry memorials to individual victims, in the form of brass plates outside their former residences.
Freiburg was heavily bombed during World War II. In May , aircraft of the Luftwaffe mistakenly dropped approximately 60 bombs on Freiburg near the railway station, killing 57 people.
After the war, the city was rebuilt on its medieval plan. In December Freiburg became the seat of government for the German state Badenia , which was merged into Baden-Württemberg in The French Army maintained a presence in Freiburg until , when the last French Army division left the city, and left Germany.
On the site of the former French Army base, a new neighborhood for 5, people, Vauban , began in the late s as a "sustainable model district".
Because of its scenic beauty, relatively warm and sunny climate, and easy access to the Black Forest, Freiburg is a hub for regional tourism.
In , Freiburg was voted as the Academy of Urbanism's European City of the Year in recognition of the exemplary sustainable urbanism it has implemented over the past several decades.
The longest cable car run in Germany, which is 3. The city has an unusual system of gutters called Freiburg Bächle that run throughout its centre.
These Bächle , once used to provide water to fight fires and feed livestock, are constantly flowing with water diverted from the Dreisam.
They were never intended to be used for sewage, and even in the Middle Ages such use could lead to harsh penalties. During the summer, the running water provides natural cooling of the air, and offers a pleasant gurgling sound.
It is said that if one accidentally falls or steps into a Bächle , they will marry a Freiburger, or 'Bobbele'. The Augustinerplatz is one of the central squares in the old city.
Formerly the location of an Augustinian monastery that became the Augustiner Museum in , it is now a popular social space for Freiburg's younger residents.
It has a number of restaurants and bars, including the local brewery 'Feierling', which has a Biergarten. On warm summer nights, hundreds of students gather here.
At the centre of the old city is the Münsterplatz or Cathedral Square, Freiburg's largest square. A farmers market is held here every day except Sundays.
This is the site of Freiburg's Münster , a gothic minster cathedral constructed of red sandstone, built between and and noted for its towering spire.
At the foot of the minster are snack bars selling freshly cooked food like a long, Freiburg style wurst in a toasted bun. Also on the south side of Münsterplatz is a magnificent Renaissance building constructed as a market storehouse.
The hall is impossible to miss for its crimson facade and glazed patterned tiles on its bay windows. In its current format, with crow-stepped gables and arcade on the ground floor, the building dates to the start of the s.
Under the bay windows check out the coats of arms of the five dominions under the control of the House of Habsburg.
These, along with the statues were carved by the Renaissance artist Hans Sixt von Staufen. They were first recorded in the s and in Medieval times they had a few uses, like helping to fight fires, providing local trades like tanners with water but were also open sewers.
The legend also goes that if you accidentally step into one you will end up marrying someone from Freiburg. On Augustinerplatz a former Augustinian monastery has been converted into a stylish gallery for art from the Middle Ages to the Baroque.
Original Medieval stained glass from Freiburg Minster is presented on two levels, and a trove of wooden Medieval sculpture is also shown on the upper floor.
Downstairs, the chancel of the abbey church has been reserved for Baroque sculptures, statuettes, paintings and altars, and has solemn carved figures arranged in rows along the pillars.