Employment Institute - https://www.iz.sk - logoqr kod na stranku

Bamberg - DE241

EU regions: Germany > Bavaria > Upper Franconia > Bamberg


map of Bamberg DE241
flag of Bamberg DE241 coat of arms Bamberg DE241
indicatorperiodvalue
number of inhabitants202077 373
population density20191408.8
old-age dependency ratio202028.3

more on wikipedia * more on wikidata Q3936 * on OpenStreetMap * Bamberg slovensky: DE241

demographic pyramid DE241 Bamberg

From wikipedia:

Bamberg (, also US: , German: [ˈbambɛɐ̯k] (listen)) is a town in Upper Franconia, Germany, on the river Regnitz close to its confluence with the river Main. A large part of the town has been a UNESCO World Heritage Site since 1993.

History

During the post-Roman centuries of Germanic migration and settlement, the region afterwards included in the Diocese of Bamberg was inhabited for the most part by Slavs. The town, first mentioned in 902, grew up by the castle Babenberch which gave its name to the Babenberg family. On their extinction it passed to the Saxon house. The area was Christianized chiefly by the monks of the Benedictine Fulda Abbey, and the land was under the spiritual authority of the Diocese of Würzburg.

In 1007, Holy Roman Emperor Henry II made Bamberg a family inheritance, the seat of a separate diocese. The Emperor's purpose in this was to make the Diocese of Würzburg less unwieldy in size and to give Christianity a firmer footing in the districts of Franconia, east of Bamberg. In 1008, after long negotiations with the Bishops of Würzburg and Eichstätt, who were to cede portions of their dioceses, the boundaries of the new diocese were defined, and Pope John XVIII granted the papal confirmation in the same year. Henry II ordered the building of a new cathedral, which was consecrated 6 May 1012.

other: Upper Franconia, Lichtenfels, Forchheim, Coburg, Coburg, Hof, Wunsiedel, Bamberg, Kronach, Hof, Bayreuth, Bayreuth, Bamberg, Kulmbach

neighbours: Bamberg


https://www.iz.sk/en/projects/eu-regions/DE241

Current statistics

September 2021: number of unemployed at the labour offices: 210456, of which 95768 are long term unemployed, unemployment rate 7.8 % (3.5 % long term unemployment)

Highest unemployment: Revúca 22.4 % (14.1 %), Rimavská Sobota 22.0 % (13.9 %), Kežmarok 18.6 % (10.4 %)

Lowest unemployment:: Nitra 3.9 %, Trenčín 4.0 %, Hlohovec 4.0 %, Piešťany 4.1 %, Trnava 4.1 %