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Boblingen is a city in Baden-Wurttemberg, Germany, seat of Boblingen District. It was founded by Count Wilhelm von Tubingen-Boblingen in 1253. Wurttemberg acquired the town in 1357, and on 12 May 1525, the bloodiest battles of the Peasants' war took place in Boblingen. Georg III Truchsess von Waldburg attacked a force of 15,000 armed peasants where 3,000 people were killed. By the end of the thirty years war in 1648, the population of Boblingen declined to 600 people.
After the establishment of the Kingdom of Wurttemberg, Boblingen became the seat of an Oberamt in 1818. The town was connected to the railroad network in 1879, allowing industrialization to take place. In the context of administrative reform in 1938, Boblingen Oberamt became Boblingen district. In 1962, Boblingen was designated as the chief city and its current boundaries were established in 1971, when it combined with the municipality of Dagersheim.
The population of Boeblingen belonged to the diocese of Konstanz and was subordinated to the Archidiakonat Ante Nemus. During that time, it became the seat of a Dekanats, whose Dekanatskirche is the town church. The church municipality Boeblingen increased after the Second World War due to influx strongly and therefore was divided. The Martin Luther municipality and the Paul Gerhardt municipality developed. 

Boeblingen is considered as the preeminent, historical and potential tourism destination that enjoys a very positive reputation with worldwide travelers to become one of the most visited places.

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