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The population then more or less stagnated until the 19th century. The population of Erfurt was 21, in , and increased to 32, in , the year of rail connection as industrialization began.
In the following decades Erfurt grew up to , at the beginning of World War I and , inhabitants in A maximum was reached in with , persons.
The bad economic situation in eastern Germany after the reunification resulted in a decline in population, which fell to , in before rising again to , in The average growth of population between and was approximately 0.
Suburbanization played only a small role in Erfurt. It occurred after reunification for a short time in the s, but most of the suburban areas were situated within the administrative city borders.
Like other eastern German cities, foreigners account only for a small share of Erfurt's population: circa 3. Due to the official atheism of the former GDR , most of the population is non-religious.
The Jewish Community consists of members. Most of them migrated to Erfurt from Russia and Ukraine in the s. Martin Luther — studied law and philosophy at the University of Erfurt from He lived in St.
Augustine's Monastery in Erfurt, as a friar from to The theologian, philosopher and mystic Meister Eckhart c. Eckhart was the Dominican Prior at Erfurt from until , and Vicar of Thuringia from to After a year in Paris, he returned to Erfurt in and administered his duties as Provincial of Saxony from there until Max Weber — was born in Erfurt.
The textile designer Margaretha Reichardt — was born and died in Erfurt. She studied at the Bauhaus from to ,  and while there worked with Marcel Breuer on his innovative chair designs.
Her former home and weaving workshop in Erfurt, the Margaretha Reichardt Haus , is now a museum, managed by the Angermuseum Erfurt. Johann Pachelbel — served as organist at the Prediger church in Erfurt from June until August Pachelbel composed approximately seventy pieces for organ while in Erfurt.
After the composer Richard Wetz — lived in Erfurt and became the leading person in the town's musical life. His major works were written here, including three symphonies, a Requiem and a Christmas Oratorio.
Alexander Müller — pianist, conductor and composer, was born in Erfurt. He later moved to Zürich , where he served as leader of the General Music Society's subscription concerts series.
Bach's parents were married in in a small church, the Kaufmannskirche Merchant's Church , that still exists on the main square, Anger.
Memorial and Education Centre Andreasstrasse , former Stasi prison. Since , the modern opera house is home to Theater Erfurt and its Philharmonic Orchestra.
The "grand stage" section has seats and the "studio stage" can hold spectators. In September , the opera Waiting for the Barbarians by Philip Glass premiered in the opera house.
The Erfurt Theater has been a source of controversy recently. In , a performance of Engelbert Humperdinck 's opera Hänsel und Gretel stirred up the local press since the performance contained suggestions of pedophilia and incest.
The opera was advertised in the program with the addition "for adults only". The production stirred deep controversy by featuring nude performers in Mickey Mouse masks dancing on the ruins of the World Trade Center and a female singer with a painted on Hitler toothbrush moustache performing a straight arm Nazi salute, along with sinister portrayals of American soldiers, Uncle Sam , and Elvis Presley impersonators.
The director described the production as a populist critique of modern American society, aimed at showing up the disparities between rich and poor.
The Messe Erfurt serves as home court for the Oettinger Rockets , a professional basketball team in Germany's first division, the Basketball Bundesliga.
Notable types of sport in Erfurt are athletics, ice skating, cycling with the oldest velodrome in use in the world, opened in , swimming, handball, volleyball, tennis and football.
Erfurt's cityscape features a medieval core of narrow, curved alleys in the centre surrounded by a belt of Gründerzeit architecture, created between and In , the city's fortifications were demolished and it became possible to build houses in the area in front of the former city walls.
In the following years, Erfurt saw a construction boom. In the northern area districts Andreasvorstadt, Johannesvorstadt and Ilversgehofen tenements for the factory workers were built whilst the eastern area Krämpfervorstadt and Daberstedt featured apartments for white-collar workers and clerks and the southwestern part Löbervorstadt and Brühlervorstadt with its beautiful valley landscape saw the construction of villas and mansions of rich factory owners and notables.
During the interwar period, some settlements in Bauhaus style were realized, often as housing cooperatives.
After World War II and over the whole GDR period, housing shortages remained a problem even though the government started a big apartment construction programme.
Between and large Plattenbau settlements with high-rise blocks on the northern for 50, inhabitants and southeastern for 40, inhabitants periphery were constructed.
After reunification the renovation of old houses in city centre and the Gründerzeit areas was a big issue. The federal government granted substantial subsidies, so that many houses could be restored.
This is one reason why the centre today offers a mixture of medieval, Baroque and Neoclassical architecture as well as buildings from the last years.
Public green spaces are located along Gera river and in several parks like the Stadtpark , the Nordpark and the Südpark.
The city centre has about 25 churches and monasteries, most of them in Gothic style, some also in Romanesque style or a mixture of Romanesque and Gothic elements, and a few in later styles.
The various steeples characterize the medieval centre and led to one of Erfurt's nicknames as the "Thuringian Rome".
It was used until when the Jewish community was destroyed in a pogrom known as the Erfurt Massacre.
The building had many other uses since then. It was conserved in the s and in it became a museum of Jewish history. It has been tentatively listed but a final decision has not yet been made.
As religious freedom was granted in the 19th century, some Jews returned to Erfurt. They built their synagogue on the banks of the Gera river and used it from until The neoclassical building is known as the Kleine Synagoge Small Synagogue.
Today it is used an events centre. It is also open to visitors. This moorish style building was destroyed during nationwide Nazi riots, known as Kristallnacht on 9—10 November In the land which the Great Synagogue had occupied was returned to the Jewish community and they built their current place of worship, the Neue Synagoge New Synagogue which opened in It was the only synagogue building erected under communist rule in East Germany.
Besides the religious buildings there is a lot of historic secular architecture in Erfurt, mostly concentrated in the city centre, but some 19th- and 20th-century buildings are located on the outskirts.
From until the old town of Erfurt was encircled by a fortified wall. About this was extended to run around the western side of Petersberg hill, enclosing it within the city boundaries.
The threat to the city from its Saxon neighbours and from Bavaria was no longer present, so it was decided to dismantle the city walls. Only a few remnants remain today.
There is also a small restored part of the wall in the Brühler Garten, behind the Catholic orphanage. Only one of the wall's fortified towers was left standing, on Boyneburgufer, but this was destroyed in an air raid in The Petersberg Citadel is one of the largest and best preserved city fortresses in Europe, covering an area of 36 hectares in the north-west of the city centre.
It was built from on Petersberg hill and was in military use until Since , it has been significantly restored and is now open to the public as an historic site.
Today, it houses the German horticulture museum. Between and , a belt of Gründerzeit architecture emerged around the city centre. Select the playing levels you are looking for.
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