Timeline of Düsseldorf


The following is a timeline of the history of Düsseldorf, Germany.

Prior to 19th century


  • 1186 – Counts of Berg in power.
  • 1285 – St. Sebastianus Bruderschaft Kaiserswerth (militia) formed.[1]
  • 1288 – Town privileges granted by Adolf V of Berg.[2]
  • 1316 – St.-Sebastianus-Schützenvereins Düsseldorf (militia) established.[1]
  • 1385 – Residence of the Counts of Berg established in Düsseldorf.[2]
  • 1567 – Rathhaus built.[3]
  • 1609 – Residence of the Electoral Palatinate relocates to Düsseldorf from Heidelberg.[4]
  • 1629 – Church of St. Andrew built.[3]
  • 1684 – Evangelishche Kirche built.[5]
  • 1710 – Electoral palace remodelled.[3]
  • 1716
  • 1760 – Jagerhof (electors' hunting lodge) built.[6]
  • 1762 – Art Academy founded.
  • 1767 – Hofgarten laid out.[7]
  • 1774 – School of Law established (approximate date).[5]
  • 1787 – Karlstadt laid out.[2]
  • 1794 – Town besieged by French forces.[8]
  • 1800 – Musik-Academie established.[9]

19th century


20th century


21st century


See also


References


  1. Hermann Tallau (2008). "Alteste (100) Schützenvereinigungen 799-1392". Ein Kaleidoskop zum Schützenwesen (in German). Duderstadt: Mecke Druck und Verlag. ISBN 978-3-936617-85-6.
  2. Britannica 1910.
  3. "Düsseldorf", The Rhine from Rotterdam to Constance, Leipsic: Karl Baedeker, 1882, OCLC 7416969
  4. "Düsseldorf", A Handbook for Travellers on the Continent (17th ed.), London: J. Murray, 1871, OCLC 5358857, OL 6936276M
  5. Karl Stieler (1903), "From Dusseldorf to the Dutch Frontier", The Rhine from its source to the sea, London: William Glaisher, OL 14039550M
  6. "Düsseldorf", The Rhine, including the Black Forest & the Vosges, Leipzig: Karl Baedeker, 1911, OCLC 21888483
  7. "Düsseldorf", Bradshaw's Illustrated Hand-book for Belgium and the Rhine; and Portions of Rhenish Germany, London: W.J. Adams & Sons, 1897
  8. "Düsseldorf", Murray's Handbook for Belgium and the Rhine, London: J. Murray, 1852, OL 23365744M
  9. Cecelia Hopkins Porter (1989). "The Reign of the "Dilettanti": Düsseldorf from Mendelssohn to Schumann". Musical Quarterly. 73.
  10. Lowell Mason (1854), "Great Musical Festival at Dusseldorf", Musical letters from abroad: including detailed accounts of the Birmingham, Norwich, and Dusseldorf musical festivals of 1852, New York: Mason Brothers
  11. W. Pembroke Fetridge (1874), "Düsseldorf", Harper's Hand-Book for Travellers in Europe and the East, New York: Harper & Brothers
  12. Colin Lawson, ed. (2003). "Orchestras Founded in the 19th Century (chronological list)". Cambridge Companion to the Orchestra. Cambridge University Press. ISBN 978-0-521-00132-8.
  13. "Galerie Paffrath". Retrieved January 3, 2013.
  14. Americana 1918.
  15. Stadtbuchereien Ladeshauptstadt Düsseldorf. "Geschichte der Stadtbüchereien".
  16. "March 24-April 6, 1947". Chronology of International Events and Documents. London: Royal Institute of International Affairs. 3. 1947. JSTOR 40545021.
  17. Catherine C. Fraser; Dierk O. Hoffman (2006), Pop Culture Germany, ABC-Clio, ISBN 9781851097388, OL 9491197M, 1851097384
  18. "History". Museum Kunstpalast. Archived from the original on December 29, 2012. Retrieved January 3, 2013.

Bibliography


in English

in other languages

  • Nicolas de Pigage (1781), La Galerie électorale, de Dusseldorff, ou, Catalogue raisonné de ses tableaux (in French), Bruxelles: J.B. Jorez, OL 24342357M