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Henry the Lion became so powerful that he dared to refuse military aid to the emperor Frederick I Barbarossa , which led to his banishment in Henry went into exile in England.
He had previously established ties to the English crown in , through his marriage to King Henry II of England 's daughter Matilda , sister of Richard the Lionheart.
During the Middle Ages Braunschweig was an important center of trade, one of the economic and political centers in Northern Europe and a member of the Hanseatic League from the 13th century to the middle of the 17th century.
Because of the growing power of Braunschweig's burghers , the Princes of Brunswick-Wolfenbüttel , who ruled over one of the subdivisions of Brunswick-Lüneburg, finally moved their Residenz out of the city and to the nearby town of Wolfenbüttel in Influenced by the philosophy of the Enlightenment , dukes like Anthony Ulrich and Charles I became patrons of the arts and sciences.
In Charles I founded the Collegium Carolinum , predecessor of the Braunschweig University of Technology , and in he moved the ducal residence back to Braunschweig.
With this he attracted poets and thinkers such as Lessing , Leisewitz , and Jakob Mauvillon to his court and the city.
In , the city was captured by the French during the Napoleonic Wars and became part of the short-lived Napoleonic Kingdom of Westphalia in The exiled duke Frederick William raised a volunteer corps, the Black Brunswickers , that fought the French in several battles.
After the Congress of Vienna in , Braunschweig was made capital of the reestablished independent Duchy of Brunswick , later a constituent state of the German Empire from His absolutist governing style had previously alienated the nobility and bourgeoisie , while the lower classes were disaffected by the bad economic situation.
During the night of 7—8 September , the ducal palace in Braunschweig was stormed by an angry mob, set on fire and destroyed completely.
During William's reign, liberal reforms were made and Brunswick's parliament was strengthened. During the 19th century, industrialisation caused a rapid growth of population in the city, eventually causing Braunschweig to be for the first time significantly enlarged beyond its medieval fortifications and the river Oker.
After the Landtag election of , Brunswick became the second state in Germany where the Nazis participated in government, when the National Socialist German Workers' Party NSDAP formed a coalition government with several conservative and right-wing parties.
On 17—18 October , , SA stormtroopers marched through the city, street fights between Nazis, socialists and communists left several dead or injured.
After the Nazi seizure of power in , several state institutions were placed in Braunschweig, including the Luftfahrtforschungsanstalt in Völkenrode , the Hitler Youth Academy for Youth Leadership ,  and the SS - Junkerschule Braunschweig.
In , a subcamp of the concentration camp Neuengamme was established in Braunschweig. Hundreds of prisoners, mostly Jews, lived in brutal conditions and hundreds died from hunger, disease, and overwork.
The Anglo-American air raid on October 15, destroyed most of the city's churches, and the Altstadt old town , the largest homogeneous ensemble of half-timbered houses in Germany.
Small sections of the city survived Allied bombing, and so remain to represent its distinctive architecture. Politically, after the war, the Free State of Brunswick was dissolved by the Allied occupying authorities , Braunschweig ceased to be a capital, and most of its lands were incorporated in the newly formed state of Lower Saxony.
The city lost its historically strong economic ties to what was then East Germany ; for decades economic growth remained below and unemployment stayed above the West German average.
On 28 February , as part of a district reform in Lower Saxony, the rural district of Braunschweig , which had surrounded the city, was disestablished.
The major part of the former district was incorporated into the city of Braunschweig, increasing its population by roughly 52, people.
In the s, efforts increased to reconstruct historic buildings that had been destroyed in the air raid. As of [update] , the population of Braunschweig was , In , 91, people or A total of 64, of Braunschweig's residents, including German citizens, had an immigrant background in Parks and gardens in the city include the botanical garden Botanischer Garten der Technischen Universität Braunschweig , founded in by Johann Heinrich Blasius , the Bürgerpark , the Löwenwall with an obelisk from , the Prinz-Albrecht-Park , and the Inselwallpark.
Braunschweig is made up of 19 boroughs German: Stadtbezirke ,  which themselves may consist of several quarters German: The 19 boroughs, with their official numbers, are:.
The council of the city is made up of the fractions of the different parties 54 seats and the lord mayor, who is elected directly, with one seat.
Braunschweig is twinned with: Braunschweig's city centre is mostly a car-free pedestrian zone. City roads are generally wide, built after World War II to support the anticipated use of the automobile.
There are several car parks in the city. Many residents travel around town by bicycle using an extensive system of bicycle-only lanes.
The main train station includes a bicycle parking area. The city is on the main rail line between Frankfurt and Berlin. First opened in , it has been modernized, including a 3.
The municipally owned Braunschweiger Verkehrs-AG currently operates five tram lines and several bus lines. The tram lines are: Many other geographical locations around the world are named Brunswick, after the historical English name of Braunschweig.
Ironically, the city of Braunschweig was not ruled by the Hanoverians while its name was being given to other Brunswicks around the world.
Starting in , the Duchy of Brunswick-Lüneburg underwent a series of divisions and mergers, with parts of the territory being transferred between various branches of the family.
The city of Braunschweig went to the senior branch of the house, the Wolfenbüttel line , while Lüneburg eventually ended up with the Hanover line.
Although the territory had been split, all branches of the family continued to style themselves as the House of Brunswick-Lüneburg.
The Hanover line, being the last surviving line of the family, subsequently held the throne of the Duchy of Brunswick from November until November Braunschweig has been an important industrial area.
Stadt der Wissenschaft Braunschweig University of Technology German: Technische Universität Braunschweig was founded in and is the oldest member of TU9 , an incorporated society of the nine most prestigious, oldest, and largest universities focusing on engineering and technology in Germany.
With approximately 18, students, Braunschweig University of Technology is the third largest university in Lower Saxony. Also located in Braunschweig is the Martino-Katharineum German Wikipedia , a secondary school founded in In , the German weekly business news magazine Wirtschaftswoche ranked Braunschweig as one of the most dynamic economic spaces in all of Germany.
Braunschweig was one of the centres of the industrialization in Northern Germany. During the 19th and early 20th century the canning and railroad industries and the sugar production were of great importance for Braunschweig's economy,  but eventually other branches such as the automotive industry became more important, while especially the canning industry began to vanish from the city after the end of World War II.
The fashion label NewYorker , the publishing house Westermann Verlag , Nordzucker , Volkswagen Financial Services and Volkswagen Bank have their headquarters in the city as well as the Volkswagen utility vehicle holding.
Also two major optical companies were headquartered in Braunschweig: During the s and early s the computer companies Atari and Commodore International both had branches for development and production within the city.
Braunschweig is the home of two piano companies, both known worldwide for the high quality of their instruments: Both companies were founded in the 19th century.
Additionally Sandberg Guitars is based in Braunschweig. Braunschweig is famous for Till Eulenspiegel , a medieval jester who played many practical jokes on its citizens.
It also had many breweries, and still a very peculiar kind of beer is made called Mumme , first quoted in , a malt-extract that was shipped all over the world.
Braunschweiger Mettwurst , a soft, spreadable smoked pork sausage, is named after the city. Other traditional local dishes include white asparagus , Braunschweiger Lebkuchen , Braunkohl a variant of kale served with Bregenwurst , and Uhlen un Apen Low German for " Owls and Guenons ", a pastry.
Braunschweig's major local newspaper is the Braunschweiger Zeitung , first published in Schoduvel , a medieval Northern German form of carnival was celebrated in Braunschweig as early as the 13th century.
An annual Weihnachtsmarkt Christmas market is held in late November and December on the Burgplatz in the centre of Braunschweig. In the market had , visitors.
The city's most important museum is the Herzog Anton Ulrich Museum , a well known art museum and the oldest public museum in Germany, founded in The State Museum of Brunswick Braunschweigisches Landesmuseum , founded in , houses a permanent collection documenting the history of the Brunswick area ranging from its early history to the present.
The Municipal Museum of Brunswick Städtisches Museum Braunschweig , founded in , is a museum for art and cultural history, documenting the history of the city of Braunschweig.
The State Natural History Museum is a zoology museum founded in Frequent exhibitions of contemporary art are also held by the Art Society of Braunschweig German: Kunstverein Braunschweig , housed in the Villa Salve Hospes , a classicist villa built between and The Braunschweig Classix Festival was an annual classical music festival.
It is the largest promoter of classical music in the region and one of the most prominent music festivals in Lower Saxony.
From to , and again since , the annual finals of the international breakdance competition Battle of the Year have been held at the Volkswagen Halle in Braunschweig.
Braunschweiger TSC is among the leading competitive formation dance teams in the world and has won multiple World and European championship titles.
Braunschweig's major local football team is Eintracht Braunschweig. Founded in , Eintracht Braunschweig can look back on a long and chequered history.
Eintracht Braunschweig won the German football championship in , and currently plays in the 3. Bundesliga , the third tier of German football, and attracts a large number of supporters.
Braunschweig was also arguably the city in which the first ever game of football in Germany took place. The game had been brought to Germany by the local school teacher Konrad Koch , also the first to write down a German version of the rules of football , [nb 1] who organized the first match between pupils from his school Martino-Katharineum in Eintracht Braunschweig also fields a successful women's field hockey team that claimed nine national championship titles between and In the past, the club also had first or second tier teams in the sports of ice hockey , field handball , and water polo.
The New Yorker Lions formerly Braunschweig Lions are the city's American football team, winning a record number of eleven German Bowl titles, as well as five Eurobowls a shared record.
The city's professional basketball team, the Basketball Löwen Braunschweig , plays in the Basketball Bundesliga , the highest level in Germany.
Eintracht Braunschweig's women's basketball team plays in the 2. IP Lehrveranstaltungen Campusplan Mensa.
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