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Grafing bei München (officially: Grafing b.München) is a town in the Upper Bavarian district of Ebersberg. In 2003, the town marked its 50th anniversary of being raised to town (1953).

Grafing bei München (officially: Grafing b.München) is a town in the Upper Bavarian district of Ebersberg. In 2003, the town marked its 50th anniversary of being raised to town (1953).

Geography

Grafing bei München lies in the Munich Region where the Urtelbach and Wieshamer Bach both empty into the River Attel. Nearby communities are the district seat of Ebersberg, Glonn and Kirchseeon. The distance to the state capital Munich is 32 km, and the distance is roughly the same to Rosenheim and Wasserburg am Inn. The town has the following traditional rural land units (Gemarkungen in German): Elkofen, Grafing b.München, Nettelkofen, Oexing and Straußdorf.

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More about the History of Grafing

The town, founded in 960 with the name Gisling, belonged to the Rentamt of Munich and the Court of Swabia in the Electorate of Bavaria. For a long time, another town called Öxing used to be located next to Grafing. After many polls, the town chose to assume the name Grafen after the two towns had grown together. All that nowadays remains to recall the days when Grafing was two towns is the two churches, one in the former Grafing and the other in the former Öxing.

Grafing moreover was home to a market court with far-reaching judicial autonomy. In the course of administrative reform in Bavaria, the community of Grafing came into being with the community edict in 1818, and with regional reform in 1978, Grafing swallowed up the former communities of Elkofen, Nettelkofen and Straußdorf. Town status came in 1953.

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Grafing bei München (officially: Grafing b.München) is a town in the Upper Bavarian district of Ebersberg. In 2003, the town marked its 50th anniversary of being raised to town (1953).

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