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In the year 961 the "civitas Ilburg" was mentioned in a document of Otto I. for the first time. With Frederick I von Wettin began the rule of the Wettin over town and country. The castle Eilenburg is considered the cradle of Saxony, since with the investiture of Henry I of Eilenburg with the Mark Meissen in 1089, the Saxon territorial state was founded. Under the protection of the built on a high plateau castle was built around 1200 a planned city on the Via Regia. In the Thirty Years' War in 1639, the city threatened total destruction by the Swedes, which could be prevented by the martial service Martin Rinckarts. The Peace of Eilenburg finally ended the war for Saxony in September 1648. In 1813, Napoleon I moved to Eilenburg, where he took over the last army show of his allied Saxon troops before the Battle of Leipzig. By determining the Congress of Vienna Eilenburg was ceded to Prussia.
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