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Of the approximately municipalities of Thuringia, are classed as towns within a district or cities forming their own urban district. Most of the towns are small with a population of less than 10,; only the ten biggest ones have a population greater than 30, The first towns emerged during the 12th century, whereas the latest ones received town status only in the 20th century.
Today, all municipalities within districts are equal in law, whether they are towns or villages. Independent cities i. Since the Protestant Reformation , the most prominent Christian denomination in Thuringia has been Lutheranism.
During the GDR period, church membership was discouraged and has continued shrinking since the reunification in Today over two thirds of the population is non-religious.
The Protestant Evangelical Church in Germany has had the largest number of members in the state, adhered to by Members of the Catholic Church formed 7.
Catholic regions are Eichsfeld in the northwest and parts of the Rhön Mountains around Geisa in the southwest. Protestant church membership is shrinking rapidly, whereas the Catholic Church is somewhat more stable because of Catholic migration from Poland, Southern Europe and West Germany.
There are only a few thousand Muslims largely migrants and about Jews mostly migrants from Russia living in Thuringia. Furthermore, there are some Orthodox communities of Eastern European migrants and some traditional Protestant Free churches in Thuringia without any societal influence.
The Protestant parishes of Thuringia belong to the Evangelical Church in Central Germany or to the Evangelical Church of Hesse Electorate-Waldeck Schmalkalden region.
Catholic dioceses are Erfurt most of Thuringia , Dresden-Meissen eastern parts and Fulda Rhön around Geisa in the very west.
Thuringia's economy is marked by the economic transition that happened after the German reunification and led to the closure of most of the factories within the Land.
The unemployment rate reached a peak in Since that year, the economy has seen an upturn and the general economic situation has improved. Agriculture and forestry have declined in importance over the decades.
Nevertheless, they are more important than in the most other areas of Germany, especially within rural regions.
The fertile basins such as the large Thuringian Basin or the smaller Goldene Aue , Orlasenke and Osterland are in intensive use for growing cereals, vegetables, fruits and energy crops.
Important products are apples, strawberries, cherries and plums in the fruit sector, cabbage, potatoes, cauliflower, tomatoes grown in greenhouses , onions, cucumbers and asparagus in the vegetable sector, as well as maize, rapeseed, wheat, barley and sugar beets in the crop sector.
Meat production and processing is also an important activity, with swine, cattle, chickens and turkeys in focus.
Furthermore, there are many milk and cheese producers, as well as laying hens. Trout and carp are traditionally bred in aquaculture in many villages.
Most agricultural enterprises are large cooperatives, founded as Landwirtschaftliche Produktionsgenossenschaft during the GDR period, and meat producers are part of multinational companies.
Traditional private peasant agriculture is an exception, as is organic farming. Thuringia's only wine-growing district is around Bad Sulza north of Weimar and Jena along the Ilm and Saale valley.
Its production is marketed as Saale-Unstrut wines. The most common trees are spruce, pine and beech. There are many wood and pulp-paper factories near the forested areas.
Like most other regions of central and southern Germany, Thuringia has a significant industrial sector reaching back to the midth-century industrialisation.
The economic transition after the German reunification in led to the closure of most large-scale factories and companies, leaving small and medium-sized ones to dominate the manufacturing sector.
Well-known industrial centres are Jena a world centre for optical instruments with companies like Carl Zeiss , Schott and Jenoptik and Eisenach , where BMW started its car production in the s and an Opel factory is based today.
The most important industrial branches today are engineering and metalworking, vehicle production and food industries. Especially the small and mid-sized towns in central and southwestern Thuringia e.
Arnstadt , Schmalkalden and Ohrdruf are highly industrialised, whereas there are fewer industrial companies in the northern and eastern parts of the Land.
Traditional industries like production of glass, porcelain and toys collapsed during the economic crises between and Mining was important in Thuringia since the later Middle Ages, especially within the mining towns of the Thuringian Forest such as Schmalkalden , Suhl and Ilmenau.
Following the industrial revolution, the old iron, copper and silver mines declined because the competition from imported metal was too strong.
On the other hand, the late 19th century brought new types of mines to Thuringia: the lignite surface mining around Meuselwitz near Altenburg in the east of the Land started in the s, and two potash mining districts were established around Together, they accounted for a significant part of the world's potash production in the midth century.
Between and , uranium mining was also important to cover the Soviet Union's need for this metal. The centre was Ronneburg near Gera in eastern Thuringia and the operating company Wismut was under direct Soviet control.
The GDP of Thuringia is below the national average, in line with the other former East German Lands. Until , Thuringia was one of the weakest regions within the European Union.
The accession of several new countries, the crisis in southern Europe and the sustained economic growth in Germany since has brought the Thuringian GDP close to the EU average since then.
The high economic subsidies granted by the federal government and the EU after are being reduced gradually and will end around The unemployment rate reached its peak of Since then, it has decreased to 5.
The decrease is caused on the one hand by the emergence of new jobs and on the other by a marked decrease in the working-age population, caused by emigration and low birth rates for decades.
The wages in Thuringia are low compared to rich bordering Lands like Hesse and Bavaria. Therefore, many Thuringians are working in other German Lands and even in Austria and Switzerland as weekly commuters.
Nevertheless, the demographic transition in Thuringia leads to a lack of workers in some sectors. External immigration into Thuringia has been encouraged by the government since about to counter this problem.
The economic progress is quite different between the regions of Thuringia. The big cities along the A4 motorway such as Erfurt , Jena and Eisenach and their surroundings are booming, whereas nearly all the rural regions, especially in the north and east, have little economic impetus and employment, which is a big issue in regional planning.
Young people in these areas often have to commute long distances, and many emigrate soon after finishing school. The unemployment rate stood at 5.
Tourism is an important branch of the economy. Thuringia has a number of well known destinations: Wartburg castle UNESCO World Heritage Site , Classical Weimar UNESCO World Heritage Site , Bauhaus Weimar UNESCO World Heritage Site , Thuringian Forest , Oberhof or Rennsteig ridge walk.
City tourism with the centers of Erfurt, Weimar, Jena, Eisenach and Mühlhausen is experiencing dynamic growth. A total of around 9.
Goethe—Schiller Monument in Weimar. Krämerbrücke in Erfurt. Friedenstein Palace , Gotha. As Germany's most central state, Thuringia is an important hub of transit traffic.
The transportation infrastructure was in very poor condition after the GDR period. Since , many billions of Euros have been invested to improve the condition of roads and railways within Thuringia.
During the s, the first two motorways were built across the Land, the A4 motorway as an important east—west connection in central Germany and the main link between Berlin and south-west Germany, and the A9 motorway as the main north—south route in eastern Germany, connecting Berlin with Munich.
The A4 runs from Frankfurt in Hesse via Eisenach , Gotha , Erfurt , Weimar , Jena and Gera to Dresden in Saxony , connecting Thuringia's most important cities.
At Hermsdorf junction it is connected with the A9. Both highways were widened from four to six lanes three each way after , including some extensive re-routing in the Eisenach and Jena areas.
Furthermore, three new motorways were built during the s and s. The A71 crosses the Land in southwest—northeast direction, connecting Würzburg in Bavaria via Meiningen , Suhl , Ilmenau , Arnstadt , Erfurt and Sömmerda with Sangerhausen and Halle in Saxony-Anhalt.
The crossing of the Thuringian Forest by the A71 has been one of Germany's most expensive motorway segments with various tunnels including Germany's longest road tunnel, the Rennsteig Tunnel and large bridges.
The A73 starts at the A71 south of Erfurt in Suhl and runs south towards Nuremberg in Bavaria. The A38 is another west—east connection in the north of Thuringia running from Göttingen in Lower Saxony via Heiligenstadt and Nordhausen to Leipzig in Saxony.
Furthermore, there is a dense network of federal highways complementing the motorway network. The upgrading of federal highways is prioritised in the federal trunk road programme Bundesverkehrswegeplan The first railways in Thuringia had been built in the s and the network of main lines was finished around Between and most of the branch lines were abandoned, reducing Thuringia's network by half compared to On the other hand, most of the main lines were refurbished after , resulting in improved speed of travel.
In , a new high speed line will be opened, diverting long-distance services from these midth century lines. Erfurt's central station , which was completely rebuilt for this purpose in the s decade , will be the new connection between both ICE lines.
The most important regional railway lines in Thuringia are the Neudietendorf—Ritschenhausen railway from Erfurt to Würzburg and Meiningen , the Weimar—Gera railway from Erfurt to Chemnitz , the Sangerhausen—Erfurt railway from Erfurt to Magdeburg , the Gotha—Leinefelde railway from Erfurt to Göttingen , the Halle—Kassel railway from Halle via Nordhausen to Kassel and the Leipzig—Hof railway from Leipzig via Altenburg to Zwickau and Hof.
Most regional and local lines have hourly service, but some run only every other hour. A few small airports are in Thuringia.
In public transport is Erfurt—Weimar Airport , used for charter flights to the Mediterranean and other holiday destinations.
In private flights, Leipzig—Altenburg Airport is a further key airport. International hub airports are Frankfurt Airport , Berlin Brandenburg Airport and Munich Airport in adjacent states.
Thuringia is the only state without barge or ship waterways; its rivers are too small to be navigable to them. The traditional energy supply of Thuringia is lignite , mined in the bordering Leipzig region.
The most important forms of renewable energies are Wind power and Biomass , followed by Solar energy and Hydroelectricity.
Furthermore, Thuringia hosts two big pumped storage stations : the Goldisthal Pumped Storage Station and the Hohenwarte Dam.
The water supply is granted by the big dams, like the Leibis-Lichte Dam , within the Thuringian Forest and the Thuringian Highland , making a drinking water exporter of Thuringia.
Health care provision in Thuringia improved after , as did the level of general health. Life expectancy rose, nevertheless it is still a bit lower than the German average.
This is caused by a relatively unhealthy lifestyle of the Thuringians, especially in high consumption of grains, industrial seed oils, refined carbohydrates and alcohol, which led to significant higher rates of obesity compared to the German average.
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