The Feuerbacher Heide (until 1500 also Frauenberger Heide or Hundsmaul) is an extensive, park-like green area in Stuttgart's northern district, which consists mainly of seasonally sheep grazed meadows, but also contains an allotment garden area.Around 1480 Feuerbach, Cannstatt and Stuttgart, whose marks in the vicinity of the castle Frauenberg on the so-called Frauenberger heath land mentioned, clashed again and again because of the dependent on the municipal demarcations grazing rights.In the 19th century, executions took place on the Feuerbacher Heide after the execution site in front of the Hauptstätter Tor, d. H. the previous place of execution at today's Wilhelmsplatz, was relocated in 1811 from Hauptstätter Straße to the Feuerbacher Heide. For example, the poisoner Christiane Ruthardt was beheaded there in 1845 with the sword.Source: Wikipedia
March 11, 2019
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