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For the village in Lower Saxony, see Elbingerode, Lower Saxony. Elbingerode Stadtteil of Oberharz am Brocken Elbingerode Elbingerode within the district of Harz Coordinates 51°46′10″N 10°48′11″E / 51.76944°N 10.80306°E / 51.76944; 10.80306 Administration Country Germany State Saxony-Anhalt District Harz Town Oberharz am Brocken Basic statistics Area 80.74 km2 (31.17 sq mi) Elevation 500 m  (1641 ft) Population 5,591  (31 December 2006)  - Density 69 /km2 (179 /sq mi) Other information Time zone CET/CEST (UTC+1/+2) Licence plate HZ Postal code 38875 Area code 039454 Website www.elbingerode.de Elbingerode is a town in the Harz district, in the German state of Saxony-Anhalt. Since 1 January 2010, it is part of the town Oberharz am Brocken. Elbingerode has 3.672 inhabitants (1-1-2010). It is situated in the eastern Harz mountain range, approximately 8 km south of Wernigerode. The municipality consists of Elbingerode proper and the villages of Königshütte and Rübeland. The area around Elbingerode had been a feudal hunting ground since the Middle Ages. King Henry the Fowler stayed several times at the Bodfeld Kaiserpfalz, demonstrably in 935, as did his successors of the Ottonian and Salian dynasty. Emperor Henry III died here on 5 October 1056(1056-10-05) on an excursion with Pope Victor II. The town itself was first mentioned as Alvelingeroth in a 1206 deed, when Pope Innocent III granted it to Gandersheim Abbey. Notable people Ferdinand Tiemann, chemist, born 10 June 1848(1848-06-10) in Rübeland, died 14 November 1899(1899-11-14) in Meran Karl Friedrich Paul Ernst, author, born 7 March 1866(1866-03-07) in Elbingerode, died 13 May 1933(1933-05-13) in Sankt Georgen an der Stiefing International relations See also: List of twin towns and sister cities in Germany Elbingerode is twinned with: Altenau, Germany Chambourcy, France Elbingerode, Lower Saxony, Germany Gehrden, Germany Hoheneggelsen, Söhlde, Germany Purhus, Denmark Velké Opatovice, Blansko District, Czech Republic v · d · eTowns and municipalities in the district of Harz Ballenstedt | Blankenburg (Harz) | Ditfurt | Falkenstein | Groß Quenstedt | Halberstadt | Harsleben | Harzgerode | Hedersleben | Huy | Ilsenburg | Nordharz | Oberharz am Brocken | Osterwieck | Quedlinburg | Schwanebeck | Selke-Aue | Thale | Wegeleben | Wernigerode This Harz district location article is a stub. You can help Wikipedia by expanding it.v · d · e