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For Gerach in the district of Birkenfeld, see Gerach, Rhineland-Palatinate. Gerach Gerach Location of Gerach within Bamberg district Coordinates 50°2′N 10°48′E / 50.03333°N 10.8°E / 50.03333; 10.8 Administration Country Germany State Bavaria Admin. region Upper Franconia District Bamberg Municipal assoc. Baunach Mayor Gunther Stegner Basic statistics Area 7.78 km2 (3.00 sq mi) Elevation 276 m  (906 ft) Population 979 (31 December 2009)[1]  - Density 126 /km2 (326 /sq mi) Other information Time zone CET/CEST (UTC+1/+2) Licence plate BA Postal code 96161 Area code 09544 Website www.vg-baunach.bnv-bamberg.de/1g-index.html Gerach is a community in the Upper Franconian district of Bamberg and a member of the administrative community (Verwaltungsgemeinschaft) of Baunach. It lies in the Naturpark Haßberge (nature park) roughly 20 km north of Bamberg and roughly 10 km south of Ebern. Contents 1 History 2 Politics 2.1 Municipal taxes 2.2 Coat of arms 3 Sightseeing 4 Population development 5 References 6 External links History Gerach had its first documentary mention on 10 March 1396, although the settlement is believed to be considerably older. Through many sales and donations, Gerach passed through many hands over the following centuries, belonging for a while to the Lords of Schaumburg, and those of Rotenhan. In 1750, the community passed to the Prince-Bishopric of Bamberg. As a part of the High Monastery at Bamberg, Gerach fell under Bavarian rule when Secularization came in 1803. With the border adjustments made in 1810, it passed to the Grand Duchy of Würzburg, with which it once again passed to Bavaria in 1814, this time for good. Politics The mayor is Gunther Stegner (CSU). The community council is made up of 12 members, listed here by party or voter community affiliation, and also with the number of seats that each holds: CSU 5 UWG 4 SPD 3 Municipal taxes In 1999, municipal tax revenue, converted to euros, amounted to €506,000 of which business taxes (net) amounted to €173,000. Coat of arms Gerach’s arms might heraldically be described thus: Party per pale sable and argent, sable a cock sinister Or, argent a bend sinister wavy gules above which a mullet gules. The municipal arms recall the noble family of Rotenhan (which means “Red Cock” rather than the golden one seen in the arms), the village’s owners from the 15th to 18th century. At the same time, the cock is also Saint Vitus’s faunal emblem, and it is to him that the local Catholic church is consecrated. Sightseeing The Late Romanesque Kirche Sankt Vitus is said to be one of Franconia’s oldest churches and parts of it date from the 12th century. A relief on the church door shows the martyr Vitus praying in a kettle of hot oil. In the church square is found a warriors’ memorial. When touring the village, one can see historic timber-frame houses, stone field crosses and Felsenkeller (“cliff cellars”) in the sandstone hill. In the outlying centre of Mauschendorf stands the Zur Jägersruh inn, which is protected as a monument, and which is one of the district’s oldest inns. Gerach took part successfully many times in the contest Unser Dorf soll schöner werden (“Our village ought to become lovelier”). Population development Year Inhabitants Year Inhabitants 1961 796 1996 1,000 1970 905 1997 1,007 1987 927 1998 998 1989 962 1999 1,019 1991 957 2000 1,018 1993 965 2001 1,014 1994 955 2002 1,000 1995 967 2003 1,010 References ^ "Fortschreibung des Bevölkerungsstandes" (in German). Bayerisches Landesamt für Statistik und Datenverarbeitung. 31 December 2009. https://www.statistikdaten.bayern.de/genesis/online/online?sequenz=statistiken&selectionname=12411.  External links Bell peals from Gerach (Bayerischer Rundfunk) Community’s website This article incorporates information from the German Wikipedia. v · d · eTowns and municipalities in Bamberg Altendorf | Baunach | Bischberg | Breitengüßbach | Burgebrach | Burgwindheim | Buttenheim | Ebrach | Frensdorf | Gerach | Gundelsheim | Hallstadt | Heiligenstadt in Oberfranken | Hirschaid | Kemmern | Königsfeld | Lauter | Lisberg | Litzendorf | Memmelsdorf | Oberhaid | Pettstadt | Pommersfelden | Priesendorf | Rattelsdorf | Reckendorf | Scheßlitz | Schlüsselfeld | Schönbrunn | Stadelhofen | Stegaurach | Strullendorf | Viereth-Trunstadt | Walsdorf | Wattendorf | Zapfendorf