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Haigerloch, in the Zollernalbkreis district – Förderverein

Haigerloch, in the Zollernalbkreis district

Haigerloch is a community in the Zollernalbkreis district in the southwest of Germany in the federal state of Baden-Württemberg. Together with eight other villages the number of inhabitants of Haigerloch gets to 10,500.

The small Eyach river flows through the town. In a period of millions of years the river has cut deeply into the Muschelkalk rock und and forms a characteristic double ‘S’. In this way the town is divided in the upper level on one side of the river and on the other side the old town and above the castle of Haigerloch with the baroque castle church. The castle complexes were constructed by a lower branch of the House of Hohenzollern in the 16th century.

The first documentary reference to Haigerloch dates from 1095. In a changeable history the town belonged to the county of Hohenberg, to the House of Habsburg, the House of Hohenzollern and since 1849 to Prussia. After the World War II the name of Hohenzollern disappeared from the map. Until the time of the Nazi regime Haigerloch temporarily had  several hundreds of Jewish inhabitants. The last remaining ones were deported and murdered until 1945. A permanent exhibition in the former synagogue keeps the memory of these crimes alive.

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Römerturm

Haigerloch benefits from a high tourism potential, not only by the topographic characteristics. Many parts of the brusque rocky slopes are overgrown with lilac, which starts to blossom in May.  The baroque pilgrimage church St. Anna is another site of the town. Within the rock – under the castle church – there is the Atomkeller museum with a reproduction of a research reactor from the 2nd world war. The visitor has a perfect view over the whole town und the surrounding area from the Römerturm, a remnant of a medieval fortress.

Not far from the Römerturm there is the Protestant ‘Abendmahl-church’ with Friedrich Schüz’s reproduction of Leonardo’s ‘Last Supper’ in original size. Further works of the painter family Schüz can be found in the old parsonage below the castle church.

Haigerloch benefits from a high tourism potential, not only by the topographic characteristics. Many parts of the brusque rocky slopes are overgrown with lilac, which starts