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Brandenburg an der Havel is a town in Brandenburg , Germany , which served as the capital of the Margraviate of Brandenburg until replaced by Berlin in With a population of 71, as of , it is located on the banks of the River Havel. The town of Brandenburg provided the name for the medieval Bishopric of Brandenburg , the Margraviate of Brandenburg , and the current state of Brandenburg. Today it is a small town compared to nearby Berlin , but it was the original nucleus of the former realms of Brandenburg and Prussia.
The castle of Brandenburg, which had been a fortress of the Slavic tribe Stodoranie , was conquered in by King Henry the Fowler. It was first mentioned as Brendanburg in That the name of the city in the local Slavic language was Brennabor , a combination of two words brenna - defense and bor - fort, is an invention of the 17th century.
The town remained German only until , when a Slavic rebellion was successful. During the next years the area was ruled by Slavic princes of the Hevelli tribe. The last of them, Pribislav , died in Afterwards Albert I settled here and became the first margrave of Brandenburg. The town was restricted to the western bank of the Havel until , when it was extended to the eastern side.
The parts on either side of the river were regarded as three towns Old Town, New Town and Brandenburg cathedral district for centuries. In the Thirty Years' War — the towns suffered plundering and destruction which led to a loss of power; Potsdam became the new capital, and the court left the town of Brandenburg. In Old Town and New Town were merged to form a single town. In the Brandenburg cathedral district was added.
In the late 19th century Brandenburg an der Havel became a very important industrial center in the German Empire. Steel industries settled there, and several world-famous bicycle brands such as Brennabor , Corona and Excelsior were manufactured in the city. A world-famous toy industry was also established. The city's excellent transport infrastructure was a big advantage. Later the old gaol became the Brandenburg Euthanasia Centre where the Nazis killed people with mental diseases, including children.