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Under the terms of the 1809 , Braunau became Bavarian again in 1809. Since 1992, the annual initiated by concentrate on accounting for the past; the town's administration awards the , named after native diplomat , to honour committed Austrians abroad. The region then was part of the. In April 1938, Braunau renamed Salzburger Vorstadt Adolf-Hitler-Straße, and its town plaza Adolf-Hitler-Platz, but the building itself remained a , with a sign advertising beer on tap. In 2011, the Braunau town council voted to revoke any honorary citizenship that may have been conferred on Hitler in 1933.

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Braunau am Inn

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The municipal area comprises the of Braunau am Inn, Osternberg, and Ranshofen. The team was re-founded as. A traditional , all border controls have been abolished since the implementation of the by Austria in 1997. Since 2011, the house remains vacant. The town gave its name to the administrative. As a major Bavarian settlement, the town played an outstanding role in the against the Austrian occupation during the , when it hosted the , a provisional Bavarian Parliament in 1705 headed by born 16 April 1680 in ; died 7 May 1738 in. In the course of the process of coming to terms with the history of , the Braunau mayor in April 1989 — two weeks before Hitler's centenary — took the initiative and placed a in front of the building.

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Braunau am Inn

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The remains of the fortress today house a museum and parts of the former town walls can still be seen. Its 87 m 285 ft high spire is one of the tallest in Austria and the town's landmark. In April 1934, the Passau Donauzeitung published a commemorative article, marking the room where Hitler was born. Hitler was born in an apartment building recorded at Salzburger Vorstadt 15 in an 1890 register, which housed a and several rental flats, one of them occupied by Alois Hitler, his third wife , their son Adolf, and his elder half-siblings and. The demolition was recommended by a government-appointed commission and the plan still required formalization via legislation and a parliamentary vote.

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. ±% 1869 4,553 — 1880 5,078 +11. Braunau remained a town of the and became the site of a large camp in. It became a fortress town and important trading route junction, dealing with the and with ship traffic on the Inn. The population of Braunau am Inn was 16,182 in 2011. St Stephen's Church Braunau received in 1260, one of the first in present-day Austria.

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Braunau am Inn

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In 1816, during reorganisation of Europe after the at the , the ceded the town to the and was compensated by the gain of. He and his family left Braunau and moved to in 1892. Another museum is housed in refurbished 18th-century public baths. After Hitler's personal secretary purchased the house where Hitler was born for the , it became a cult centre containing an art gallery and a public library. During , the bookseller was arrested at the Braunau fortress by troops and executed for high treason by personal order of in 1806. Austria's government has since announced that the house would be torn down and replaced with a new building that has no association with Adolf Hitler. In 1972 the Austrian government took over the main lease on the building to further discourage any notion of making it a pilgrimage site, and continues to pay its current owner approximately 4,800 euros in monthly rental.

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Several were installed in Braunau by the artist. The town also has the largest aluminium works in Austria. Braunau is connected by bridges over the Inn with its Bavarian counterpart. It states, Für Frieden, Freiheit und Demokratie. Within 40 years, Braunau changed hands three times: In 1779, it became an Austrian town under the terms of the , which settled the. The Braunau parish church dedicated to was built from 1439 to 1466, replacing an older chapel.

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After the Nazi to in 1938, Ranshofen, which at that time had one of Austria's largest aluminium plants, was incorporated into Braunau. In July of the same year, the Austrian Parliament passed a law to expropriate the house with its last private owner, Gerlinde Pommer, being compensated for the property. Braunau has been Austrian ever since. Interior Minister Wolfgang Sobotka lobbied for replacing the original building with an entirely new structure. . . .

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