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Webcam-Coordinates: 47.677950 / 9.173238
Altitude over sea: 416m
Weather-Webcam-Motiv: Therme
Newest Webcam-Picture: 24.08.2019 20:50:04
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Sunrise: 06:31 hours
Sunset: 20:19 hours
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Constance had few inhabitants in the Middle Ages and the early modern period. During the Council from 1414 to 1418 lived approximately 15,000 inhabitants in Konstanz. The population grew slowly and went through numerous wars, plagues and famines back repeatedly. So called plague in medieval Europe and a famine numerous fatalities. Only with the beginning of industrialization in the 19th century, the population grew rapidly. Lived at the beginning of the 19th century, only 4,500 people in the city, so it was a hundred years later 20,000. By 1950, that figure doubled.
Several incorporations early and mid-1970s brought further growth, so that the early 80s approximately 70,000 inhabitants lived in Konstanz. Meanwhile Constance has officially more than 80,000 inhabitants. Thus Konstanz is one of the one hundred largest municipalities in Germany.

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