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ⓘ Stubben




Stubben
                                     

ⓘ Stubben

Stubben is a village and a former municipality in the district of Cuxhaven, in Lower Saxony, Germany. Since 1 November 2011, it is part of the municipality Beverstedt. The name means, roughly tree stump. The area of Stubben was once a forest area full of deer and other wildlife.

Archaeological finds show that at least 10.000 years ago, hunters for deer once lived in this region, and large stone tombs and finds from the Neolithic period indicate a continuous settlement since then. Stubben belonged to the Prince-Archbishopric of Bremen, established in 1180. In 1648 the Prince-Archbishopric was transformed into the Duchy of Bremen, which was first ruled in personal Union by the Swedish crown - interrupted by a Danish occupation 1712-1715 - and from 1715, the Hanoverian Crown. In 1807 the ephemeric Kingdom of Westphalia annexed the Duchy, before France annexed it in 1810. In 1813 the Duchy was restored to the electorate of Hanover, which after upgrading to the Kingdom of Hanover in 1814 included the Duchy in a real Union and the Ducal territory, including Stubben, became part of the new Stade region, established in 1823.

The city really began to grow when the Stubben station was built as part of the Bremen–Bremerhaven line, which allows residents to get to nearby towns where they worked. Stubben grew and merged with the former independent communities Adelstedt, Brunshausen, and Elfershude and at the erbhof plein air, in the region, which previously belonged to neighbouring Bokel.

Railway station Stubben eventually became a major point of transshipment of cattle, woods, fertilizers and agricultural products. The dairy was built near the station in 1904 today, the concrete plant. Today the railway line is part of line RS 2 of the Bremen train runs hourly between Bremerhaven-Lehe and Twistringen. Bremen and Bremerhaven are within an hour train ride. However, the importance of highway 134, with the Beverstedt Hagen and the Bundesautobahn 27, the city is the hub of many convenient transport links. The Stubben community has about 1.600 inhabitants and belongs to the municipality of Beverstedt.

Today the town has a butchers shop, doctors office, pharmacy and restaurant with rooms, bowling, hairdresser, beauty salon, flower shop, video store, gift shop, pizza delivery service and repair of cars from the gas station.

For leisure, there are sports facilities including a gym, soccer field and tennis courts. The town also has a voluntary fire brigade. Stubben is a seniors meeting Place and a youth centre. More shopping and cultural activities are only 4 km away in Beverstedt, which is also easily reached by bike.

Students bused to Bokel and Beverstedt 2 and 4 km for most studies.

                                     
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