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Coat of arms of Neuendettelsau
Neuendettelsau is located in Germany
Coordinates 49°16′0″N 10°46′0″E / 49.266667°N 10.766667°E / 49.266667; 10.766667
Country Germany
State Bavaria
Admin. region Middle Franconia
District Ansbach
Local subdivisions 19 Ortsteile
Mayor Gerhard Korn (CSU)
Basic statistics
Area 33.80 km2 (13.05 sq mi)
Elevation 438 m  (1437 ft)
Population 7,816  (31 December 2006)
 - Density 231 /km2 (599 /sq mi)
Other information
Time zone CET/CEST (UTC+1/+2)
Licence plate AN
Postal code 91564
Area code 09874

Neuendettelsau is a local authority in Middle Franconia, Germany. Neuendettelsau is situated 20 miles southwest of Nuremberg and 12 miles east of Ansbach. Population: 7.833 (30. Juni 2006). The city has three schools. Since 1947 it has a Lutheran seminary (Augustana Hochschule). It is connected by motorway A6.


Diakonie Neuendettelsau

Lutheran St. Nikolai church

Reverend Wilhelm Löhe (1808–1872) founded in 1854 an institute for deaconesses. The Diakonie Neuendettelsau is one of today’s major independent Christian institutions for social welfare work in Germany and the biggest such enterprise in Bavaria. More than 5.800 employees at numerous institutions in Neuendettelsau and other regions all over Southern Germany and in other European countries take care of the people they are responsible for.


  • First mayor: Gerhard Korn (CSU)
  • Second mayor: Gottwald Dötzler (SPD)
  • Third mayor: Wernher Geistmann (CSU)

Sister city

Famous people

  • Karl-Friedrich Beringer, chormaster of the Windsbacher Knabenchor [1]


  • Matthias Honold, Hans Rößler (Hrsg.): 700 Jahre Neuendettelsau, Neuendettelsau 1998.
  • Hans Rößler (Hrsg.): Unter Stroh- und Ziegeldächern. Aus der Neuendettelsauer Geschichte, Neuendettelsau 1982.

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