Outside of the town wall across the Enz river, the suburb Flösser Quarters (the home of the timber floating trade) was established.
Next to the western town wall, the suburb of Brötzingen gradually developed.
Documents mention mayor, judge, council and citizens.Due to this location, Pforzheim later on became a center for the timber-rafting trade which transported timber from the Black Forest via the rivers Wuerm, Nagold, Enz and then the Neckar and Rhine to, among other destinations, the Netherlands for use in shipbuilding and the construction of Amsterdam on poles in a swamp. private frauen suchen Köln Pforzheim and its surrounding area belongs to the "Densely Populated Area Karlsruhe/Pforzheim".The City of Pforzheim does not belong to any administrative district (Kreis), although it hosts the administrative offices of the Enz district that surrounds the town.During World War II, Pforzheim was bombed a number of times.
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The town walls surrounding the new town were completed at about 1290.During this era three catholic orders established their convents in town (the Franciscan order established their domicile within the town wall at nowadays Barfuesserkirche (the choir of which remains), the Dominican nun order established their domicile outside of the walls of the old town near Auer bridge, and the Prediger cloister was located east of the Schlossberg, probably inside the town walls).Below they are mentioned in clockwise order, beginning to the north of the city. Except for Unterreichenbach, which belongs to the district of Calw, all of them are included in the Enz district.From then on, over an extended period of time historical records about the settlement are not available.
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13th/14th century: Pforzheim enjoyed its first period of flourishment. They developed extensive activities on the financial markets of those days.It has an area of 97.8 km (38 sq mi) and is situated between the cities of Stuttgart and Karlsruhe at the confluence of three rivers (Enz, Nagold and Würm) and marks the frontier between Baden and Württemberg, being located on Baden territory.From 1535 to 1565 it was the home to the Margraves of Baden-Pforzheim.The town was thought by the Allies to be producing precision instruments for use in the German war effort and to be a transport centre for the movement of German troops.The story of the bombardment is dramatically recounted in the 2011 history book by Giles Milton, entitled Wolfram: The Boy Who Went To War.