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Edingen-Neckarhausen lies about 12 km south-east of Mannheim (Mannheim vacation rentals | Mannheim travel guide) and somewhat closer (about 8 km) northwest of Heidelberg (Heidelberg vacation rentals | Heidelberg travel guide). Directly on the opposite bank of the Neckar is the city of Ladenburg (Ladenburg vacation rentals | Ladenburg travel guide).
Things to See in Edingen-Neckarhausen
The shore of the Neckar
Museum in the Schloss Neckarhausen
The classical palace of the counts (Grafen) von Oberndorff in Neckarhausen.
- The festival Rund ums Schloss (All round the palace) in Neckarhausen annually on the second weekend of July
- The Neckarhausen Kermesse annually on the first weekend in September
- The Edingen Kermesse annually on the first weekend in October
- Gockelfest (Rooster Festival)
- Fischerfest (Fishing Festival) annually on the third weekend in August
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More about the History of Edingen-Neckarhausen
Edingen and Neckarhausen have been settled since the time of the Celts, because of the mild climate and fertile soil.
Edingen was first mentioned in the Lorsch (Lorsch vacation rentals | Lorsch travel guide) codex on 17 November 765 in a grant document of the Lorsch Abbey, in which the village was granted to Lopodonum (today Ladenburg). The manor of Edingen belonged to the Imperial Abbey of Lorsch and the Bishopric of Worms (Worms vacation rentals | Worms travel guide). At the end of the 12th century, the count palatine took over lordship of the town until 1802.
In 1803 both villages became part of Baden. On the 3rd of May 1975 the villages were united in the municipal reform as Edingen-Neckarhausen.
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Edingen-Neckarhausen is a municipality in the district of Rhein-Neckar-Kreis, in Baden-Württemberg, Germany. It is situated on the left bank of the Neckar.
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