Evidence of the Alamanni settlement can be found in grave sites in the city today.
Right up until his death, construction workers and craftsmen worked on what was to become one of the largest Baroque palace ensembles in Europe.When it became clear that the seriously ill heir to the throne would not come to power, Eberhard Louis had a change of heart, split with his lover and reconciled with his wife in the hope that he would have another son.This was cause for great joy for many people in Württemberg, as the Protestant population feared that power would fall into the hands of the Catholic side of the royal house.For over two decades, Eberhard Louis (1676-1733) held court in Ludwigsburg with his mistress Wilhilmine von Grävenitz (1684-1744) while the Duchess Johanna Elisabeth (1680-1757) remained in Stuttgart.The clever, ambitious mistress made the best of her time, influencing politics in Württemberg and advancing her status in society.
To mark reconciliation, the Ludwigsburg citizenry published a leaflet with a copper etching that made reference to the general wish for a new heir to the throne.The etching depicts the personification of Ludwigsburg who is receiving a pearl, a symbol of fertility, from the hand of God.In 1812, the Württembergish army was raised in Ludwigsburg for Napoleon's Russian campaign.Of the 15,800 Württemberg soldiers who served, just a few hundred returned.To the baroque palace, he added a hunting lodge and country seat, called Schloss Favorite (1713–1728), and the Seeschloss (castle on the lake) Monrepos (1764–1768).
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