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Klettgau Landgraviate

Klettgau Landgraviate
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  • Capital City: Rheinfelden
  • Other Settlements: The other settlements in the Klettgau Landgraviate include the villages of Lauchringen, Grießen, and Wutöschingen
  • Languages: German
  • Religion(s): Christianity (predominantly Catholic)
  • Government: Feudal system with a local lord as the ruler within the Holy Roman Empire.
  • Legislature: A council of local lords who advise the ruler on matters of governance and report to the Holy Roman Empire.
  • Current Ruler: Landgrave Heinrich von Klettgau
  • Other Notable residents: Town’s master brewer, Johann Bauer, local physician, Dr. Schmidt, Priest of St. Peter’s Church, Father Johann.

The majority of the population speaks German. The capital city is called Rheinfelden and is governed by a feudal system with a local lord as the ruler. The current ruler is Landgrave Heinrich von Klettgau, who is known for his wise and fair rule. The legislature is made up of a council of local lords who advise the ruler on matters of governance. The population of the Klettgau Landgraviate is around 15,000 people.

Places of interest in the Klettgau Landgraviate include the Rheinfelden Castle, which is the residence of the ruling lord, and the St. Peter’s Church, which is a popular destination for pilgrims. The countryside is also known for its picturesque vineyards and rolling hills, which are popular among tourists.

Other notable residents include the town’s master brewer, Johann Bauer, who is known for creating the finest beers in the land, and the local physician, Dr. Schmidt, who is renowned for his medical expertise.

There are also stories of mythical creatures such as the Rheinfelden Dragon, a giant serpent said to live in the depths of the Rhine River, and the White Lady, a ghostly figure said to roam the castle at night.

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