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The loss of Habsburg influence and the decline of the Habsburg supported Stewards gradually transformed the city between and Diessenhofen was captured in during the conquest of Thurgau by the Swiss Confederation. The town was besieged for ten days before it was captured, but, much like Frauenfeld , it retained certain privileges in the new Thurgau.

These included both the high and low courts and the recently acquired customs, tax and Vogt rights, as well as the castle.

After they also acquired the rights over the left bank of the Rhine and the possessions of Paradise Monastery. During the 16th Century, the town gained the low court rights over most of the modern Diessenhofen District. Diessenhofen's court decisions did not have to be approved by the Governor in Frauenfeld, but went directly to the Confederation Council, in contrast to the rest of Thurgau. The city only had to pay homage to the Governor every two years. The patronage of the church of St.

Dionysius is mentioned in The advowson right in the 12th Century was included in the possession of the Count of Thurgau. By it was held by the Kyburgs. In , the city government through the Habsburgs had the right. Practically, the citizens exercised the right after and it was legally confirmed in When the Protestant Reformation entered the town in , many citizens converted to the new religion.

The Mass was abolished in by the Protestant pastor, who also ordered the confiscation of Catholic Church property. Diessenhofen supported the city of Zurich in the Second war of Kappel in , which ended in a Protestant defeat. After the defeat, the Catholic cantons reintroduced the Mass in The church remained a shared church until the construction of the Catholic Church in In the Jewish community of Diessenhofen was driven out of town.

In a Jewish man was successfully prosecuted for ritual murder, which led to further persecution in Winterthur and Schaffhausen. Katharinental and Paradise, which remained in operation until their dissolution in the 19th Century.

Since the Early Middle Ages the district has been known as the granary of the Thurgau due to its extensive and productive grain fields. Additionally, already in the 9th Century widespread viticulture is mentioned in the Upper Rhine region. Until the 19th Century, the city was largely self-supplied for food and served as a collection point for food heading from the farms to the surrounding cities especially Schaffhausen and Zurich.

In the 12th Century are a weekly markets in town. Starting in two yearly markets opened and by the 19th Century that it had increased to eight yearly markets. The local industry covered only the simplest needs of the city and its limited market area. The limited industry and area provided too little money to support the formation of trade-oriented guilds.

Diessenhofen was never dominated by a single industry or a special craft. It never was involved in the international Lake Constance trade industry. The town's location on the Rhine favored the development of fisheries, and it benefited from the salt trade. Bridge and transit tariffs provided the majority of the town's income until the abolition of internal tariffs in Diessenhofen has an area, as of [update] , of Of this area, 4.

Of the rest of the land, 1. Of the built up area, industrial buildings made up 5. Power and water infrastructure as well as other special developed areas made up 1. Out of the forested land, Of the agricultural land, All the water in the municipality is flowing water.

The municipality borders on north with Germany and the canton of Schaffhausen. On the east is the district of Steckborn , on the west the municipality of Schlatt , and on the south the municipality of Basadingen-Schlattingen.

Diessenhofen has a population as of December [update] of 3, [2] As of [update] , Most of the population as of [update] speaks German As of [update] , the gender distribution of the population was The population was made up of 1, Swiss men There were 1, Swiss women In [update] there were 23 live births to Swiss citizens and 14 births to non-Swiss citizens, and in same time span there were 17 deaths of Swiss citizens and 3 non-Swiss citizen deaths.

Ignoring immigration and emigration, the population of Swiss citizens increased by 6 while the foreign population increased by There were 4 Swiss men who emigrated from Switzerland to another country, 2 Swiss women who emigrated from Switzerland to another country, 34 non-Swiss men who emigrated from Switzerland to another country and 28 non-Swiss women who emigrated from Switzerland to another country.

The total Swiss population change in from all sources was an increase of 25 and the non-Swiss population change was an increase of 32 people. This represents a population growth rate of 1. The age distribution, as of [update] , in Diessenhofen is; children or 9. Of the adult population, people or The senior population distribution is people or As of [update] , there were 1, private households in the municipality, and an average of 2.

There were 46 two family buildings 9. There were or 5. The vacancy rate for the municipality, in [update] , was 1. As of [update] , the construction rate of new housing units was 0. The most common apartment size was the 4 room apartment of which there were There were 88 single room apartments and apartments with six or more rooms. The average rate for a one-room apartment was In addition to innovative IT hardware and software, we are always on the lookout for efficient service providers in the areas of logistics, development and facility management.

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