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Brunnen in Forst Baden
Baden-Wuerttemberg

Der Name "Forst" taucht schon im 11. und 12. Jahrhundert in diversen Schriften (so im Codex des Klosters Hirsau) auf. Die erste urkundliche Erwähnung im Wortsinn stammt aus dem Jahre 1161. Damals bestätigte kein geringerer als Kaiser Friedrich Barbarossa die Besitztümer des Klosters Odenheim. Dazu gehörten auch Flächen in und um Forst.

Die Entwicklung Forsts zur selbständigen Gemeinde begann im 14. Jahrhundert

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