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Rosenheim is a town in Bavaria , Germany. It is an independent city located in the centre of the district of Rosenheim Upper Bavaria , and is also the seat of its administration.
It is located on the west bank of the Inn at the confluence of the rivers Inn and Mangfall , in the Bavarian Alpine Foreland. It is the third largest city in Upper Bavaria with over 63, inhabitants.
Rosenheim is the economic centre and the busiest place in the region. The population of the town proper is approximately 60, inhabitants with up to , in the surrounding area.
Rosenheim is situated in the Upper-Bavarian Alpine Foothills, metres 1, feet above sea level and covers an area of The capital of Bavaria, Munich , is 52 kilometres 32 miles away in North-West direction from Rosenheim.
The landscape around Rosenheim was formed during the last ice age from the advancement of the Inn Valley Glacier and later from the Rosenheim lake.
Even today in many places around the town the former shoreline can be recognised where the former flat lake bed changes suddenly into relatively steep embankment.
Rosenheim's development can be traced from its location on intersecting major trade routes. Even in early times, the town's intersecting traffic stimulated its development as a market town.
It subsequently evolved from a market to a salt trade and then railway town to today's wood and college town. Crucial to the establishment of Rosenheim were the Inn and the corresponding Inntal.
The colonizers built a road through the Brenner to Castra Regina , and one running east—west road from Iuvavum to Augusta Vindelicum.
The intersection of these two enormously important trade routes were protected by a military station whose name was "Pons Aeni".
Less frequently used terms were "Ponte Aoni", "Ad enum" or "stations Enensis". The Romano Celtic settlement existed for some years with that name.
The name "Pons Aeni" can still be recognised in local place names, "Pfunzen" in the name of the district "Langenpfunzen" and "Leonhardspfunzen".
The origin of the town's name is not completely clear. First mentioned in , Rosenheim castle is on the eastern bank of the Inn, on today's castle hill, overlooking a new bridge over the Inn.
Perhaps the name comes from the Rosenheim Rose emblem of the Wasserburger Earl Hall, who built the castle. Another theory is that originally the name Ross was derived from the Rössern steeds that were used in medieval times to pull the river transport vessels, and for which there were large stables in Rosenheim.
Another theory suggests that there could be a kindred word Roas , Roze oder Ried , that used to mean swamp and peat bogs, which are still to be found around Rosenheim — evident also by the name of the neighboring town of Rosenheim Kolbermoor.
An example of the old names, the nearby village of Riedering. The most beautiful word for word theory is that formerly 'Rose' used to mean a beautiful girl.
It was well known among the Inn boatmen that there were many beauties to admire in this town. The sailors of the town liked to control what was called "home of the Rose" — in other words Rosenheim.
At about the time the first mention of Rosenheim castle in , a settlement of boatmen developed on the western shore. The area around the Inn Bridge was not developed for a long time due to marshy soil at the proximity of the mouth of the river Mangfall , so the settlement was located several hundred meters away.
The centre of Rosenheim is therefore not directly on the riverside. The town quickly grew in importance as a hub for all types of goods that were transported to the Inn livestock, grain, silk, arms, salt , and received the Markets status.
The Rosenheim ship masters made Rosenheim very wealthy during this era through the transport of goods, due to the location between Hall in Tirol the Inn and onwards to the Danube down to Vienna and Budapest.
Until about the settlement had grown into one of the largest and most important markets in Bavaria, even though town privileges were only attained in from the Bavarian King Ludwig II.
Rosenheim experienced economic decline during the 17th century in the wake of the decline of Inn Shipping Company and the consequences of the Thirty Years' War.
There were also a plague epidemic and a market fire In the 19th century Rosenheim developed as an economic centre in the Southeast of Bavaria due to brine.
In an early type of wooden pipeline brought brine from the salt mines in the area Reichenhall and Traunstein to Rosenheim.
Boiling the salt made Rosenheim the centre of Bavarian salt production until Expansion of the railways brought early connection to the railway. In Rosenheim station was inaugurated, which however would soon be too small and prove a hindrance for further urban development, in the station moved to its present site.
The old railway line was the straight through road now the Town Hall and Prince Regent Street, main Rosenheimer transport axis, from the northwest to the southeast of the town , the roundhouse of the first station now serves as an exhibition center, the old station is directly opposite the City Hall — and is used in the ZDF evening series " Die Rosenheim-Cops " as the backdrop of the police headquarters.
The economic boom of the late 19th and early 20th century made the Gründerzeit — and Art Nouveau and its regional characteristics, the Swiss chalet style the most important architectural style, which now determines the townscape.
It was built in the emerging civic centre to the present Town Hall and the Lutheran Church of the Redeemer in Rosenheim for rare Gothic Revival-style brick for the widening Evangelical Lutheran Church.
The number of Jews living in Rosenheim was high compared to other Bavarian cities. However, at the start of the 20th century, the Jewish community consisted of about 50 people.
The request to the city council for establishment of a separate Jewish religious association, with reference to the Bavarian-Jewish legislation, was refused, so the Rosenheim Jews remained attached to the state capital, where their dead also had to be buried.
Even the funeral of the First World War fallen son of a Jewish merchant based in Rosenheim at the city cemetery was refused and was "the biggest disappointment and the bitterest pain" for the father.