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Bad Krozingen is situated at an elevation of 250 m in the Breisgau/Schwarzwald region in the very south-west of Germany. It developed as an allemannic settlement at the old Roman road from Basel to Offenburg at the river Neumagen. It was first mentioned in a document in AD 807 (as Scrozzinga) when it was given to the monastery of Sankt Gallen. Until 1805 the whole area belonged to Austria (Landgraviate Anterior Austria; see map).
The first thermal spring of Bad Krozingen was found in 1911 which became the basis for the development as a spa.
The predicate 'Bad' was awarded to the town in 1933.