Rhine Hunsrück circle

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Wappen des Rhein-Hunsrück-Kreises Lage des Rhein-Hunsrück-Kreises in Deutschland
base data
Land of the Federal Republic: Rhineland-Palatinate
administrative seat: Simmern
surface: 963.10 km ²
inhabitants: 106.004 (31. October 2005)
Population density: 110 inhabitants for each km ²
circle keys: 07 1 40
Kfz characteristics: SIM
circle arrangement: 134 municipalities
address
of the district administration:
Ludwig route 3-5
55469 Simmern
Website: www.rheinhunsrueck.de
E-Mail address:
Politics
land advice: Bertram mark (CDU)
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Lage des Rhein-Hunsrück-Kreises in Rheinland-Pfalz

the Rhine Hunsrück circle is a district in the center of Rhineland-Palatinate. It borders in the west on the district Bernkastel Wittlich and on that District Cochem cell, in the north to the district Mayen Koblenz, in the east to the Rhine Lahn circle and to the district Mainz being gene and in the south to the district Bad Kreuznach and to the district Birkenfeld.

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geography

the district covers on the one hand the landscape on the left of the central Rhine between the cities Kaub and Boppard and on the other hand the still nearly unaffectedHeights of the relatively thinly settled Hunsrücks with the Soonwald in the south of the circle area.

history

the area of the today's Rhine Hunsrück circle was splintered 1800 ago into many rule areas, among them the county Sponheim, the Pfalzgrafen to Simmern and 2 realm cities.During French occupation under Napoleon the area was part of the Departenments Rhine Mosel with seat in Koblenz. To the Viennese congress 1815 came the area to Prussia. 1816 became among other things the circles Simmern and sank Goar in an educated manner, toBelonged to province Grand Duchy of Niederrhein (starting from 1822 Rhine province). 1946 became this component of the governmental district Koblenz in the country Rhineland-Palatinate. Combined with the circle reform 1969 the district Simmern with parts of the circles sank Goar, Cochem, cell and Bernkastel to the today's Rhine Hunsrück circle.

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description

under of blue and gold connected squinting head: in front in gold red more reinforced, to the left a turned black eagle; in the back in black a red gezungter, reinforced and crowned golden lion. (Coat of arms permission 6. Januarystand for 1972

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meaning the symbols for the former rule, which divided the circle area in former times: The chess sample at the sign head stands for the county Sponheim, the lion for the cure princes of the Pfalz and the eagles for thoseformerly free realm cities Oberwesel and Boppard.

traffic

to the Rhine Hunsrück circle belongs only a small section of the left Rhine bank, however a large area on the heights of the Hunsrück. In the traffic-favorable Rhine Valley the Rheini railway company already opened the main line to 1859Being gene - pc. Goar - Koblenz.

To the district town Simmern developed 1889 a connection of the Prussian state railway of Langenlonsheim in the close valley ago. It was extended 1901/02 over Kirchberg toward Hermeskeil, just as northward until Kastellaun and 1906 to Pfalzfeld; finally1908 over a Steilstrecke down in the Rhine Valley after Boppard.

A short distance of the German National Railroad from Simmern to Gemünden formed the conclusion of the railway construction for 1921/22. Thus the Eisenbahnnetz covered a length of 143 km. After deactivations of the years 1963-1984:

  • 1963: Simmern - wood brook - Gemünden (Hunsrück) 15 km
  • 1976: Simmern - Kirchberg - deer field - Morbach 28 km
  • 1983: Simmern - Kastellaun - Pfalzfeld - Emmelshausen 38 km
  • 1984: Langenlonsheim - Rheinböllerhütte - Simmern 18 km

remained forthe passenger traffic only 44 km remaining. However the distances Simmern - Morbach and Langenlonsheim - could be partly used Simmern for a binding of the airport cock to the Rhine Main area.

By the circle area the federal motorway A leads 61 Ludwigshafen Koblenz. Furthermorepull through several federal highways and circle roads the circle area, under it B 9, left along Rhine, furthermore B 50, which B 421 and B 327 - the latter better admits than Hunsrückhöhenstrasse.

cities and municipalities

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Federation-free municipalities/cities


convention communities with their member municipalities

Seat of the convention community *
  1. bathing hard (152)
  2. Beulich (524)
  3. Bickenbach (340)
  4. Birkheim (143)
  5. Dörth (526)
  6. Emmelshausen * (4.875)
  7. Gondershausen (1.277)
  8. neck brook (1.311)
  9. Hausbay (202)
  10. Hungenroth (247)
  11. Karbach (561)
  12. scratching castle (380)
  13. Leiningen (791)
  14. Lingerhahn (485)
  15. corn fount (132)
  16. Mermuth (300)
  17. Morshausen (384)
  18. Mühlpfad (68)
  19. Ney (382)
  20. Niedert (138)
  21. Norath (444)
  22. Pfalzfeld (597)
  23. gush (327)
  24. Thörlingen (142)
  25. Utzenhain (131)
  1. Alterkülz (449)
  2. Bell (Hunsrück) (1.502)
  3. Beltheim (2.045)
  4. brown horn (610)
  5. book (947)
  6. Dommershausen (1.171)
  7. Gödenroth (480)
  8. Hasselbach (191)
  9. Hollnich (278)
  10. Kastellaun, city * (5.259)
  11. Korweiler (91)
  12. master living (1.151)
  13. Michelbach (179)
  14. Roth (244)
  15. Spesenroth (168)
  16. Uhler (402)
  1. bear brook (465)
  2. Belg (141)
  3. Büchenbeuren (1.662)
  4. thickness-separated (746)
  5. Dill (215)
  6. Dillendorf (617)
  7. Gehlweiler (251)
  8. Gemünden (1.313)
  9. cock (168)
  10. hedges (130)
  11. Heinz brook (420)
  12. Henau (178)
  13. deer field (Hunsrück) (345)
  14. Kappel (506)
  15. Kirchberg (Hunsrück), city * (3.803)
  16. Kludenbach (106)
  17. Laufersweiler (850)
  18. Lautzenhausen (389)
  19. lime tree-separated (211)
  20. Maitzborn (141)
  21. Metz living (135)
  22. down Kostenz (225)
  23. Niedersohren (447)
  24. Niederweiler (of 422)
  25. waiters Kostenz (283)
  26. Raversbeuren (159)
  27. Reckershausen (373)
  28. Rödelhausen (174)
  29. Rödern (213)
  30. tubing brook (209)
  31. Schlierschied (194)
  32. black ones (155)
  33. Sohren (3.460)
  34. Sohrschied (102)
  35. Todenroth (86)
  36. ounce mountain (434)
  37. Wahlenau (236)
  38. Womrath (227)
  39. Woppenroth (292)
  40. Würrich (164)
  1. Argenthal (1.641)
  2. Benzweiler (213)
  3. Dichtelbach (690)
  4. Ellern (865)
  5. hereditaryoh (241)
  6. gravel same oh (590)
  7. dear living (521)
  8. rotten brook (369)
  9. Rheinböllen * (4.078)
  10. Riesweiler (727)
  11. Schnorbach (232)
  12. Steinbach (Hunsrück) (121)
  1. Damscheid (682)
  2. Laudert (423)
  3. Niederburg (712)
  4. Oberwesel, city * (3.508)
  5. Perscheid (393)
  6. sank Goar, city (3.024)
  7. arable (Rhine Hunsrück) (807)
  8. Wiebelsheim (495)
  1. Altweidelbach (252)
  2. Belgweiler (219)
  3. mountain living (132)
  4. Biebern (351)
  5. Bubach (286)
  6. Budenbach (182)
  7. Fronhofen (207)
  8. wood brook (558)
  9. horn (356)
  10. Keidelheim (302)
  11. Klosterkumbd (276)
  12. Külz (Hunsrück) (leaves oh (
  13. 469 ) Mengerschied (
  14. 800 ) (508
  15. ) Nannhausen (521
  16. ) nut-separated 492)
  17. Kümbdchen (494)
  18. Neuerkirch (304)
  19. Niederkumbd (303)
  20. Ohlweiler (331)
  21. Oppertshausen (127)
  22. Pleizenhausen (270)
  23. Ravengiersburg (508)
  24. Rayerschied (110)
  25. realm (Hunsrück) (372)
  26. Riegenroth (197)
  27. Sargenroth (495)
  28. beautiful fount (266)
  29. Simmern/Hunsrück, city * (7.844)
  30. depth brook (792)
  31. choice brook (154)
  32. washing home (321)

literature

  • Rhine Hunsrück; Hg. from the district administration and the Chamber of Commerce and industrie to Koblenz, district place Simmern; Edition of cities - circles - regions. German districts inPortrait: Oldenburg 1994;ISBN 3-88363-1221
  • Nikitsch, Eberhard J.: The inscriptions of the Rhine Hunsrück circle, part of 1: Boppard, Oberwesel, pc. Goar; The German inscriptions, Bd. 60: Mainzer row, Bd. 8; Wiesbaden: , 2004 enrich; ISBN 3-89500-346-8
  • Rosenkranz, Albert: The Evangelist Rhine country, volume1; Duesseldorf: Publishing house church in the time, 1956; S. 532ff; 329ff; 597ff

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