City of Freudenberg
|Height :||280-360 m|
|Area :||7.5 km²|
|Residents :||3387 (Jan 2, 2020)|
|Population density :||452 inhabitants / km²|
|Incorporation :||1st January 1969|
|Postal code :||57258|
|Area code :||02734|
Büschergrund lies in the upper end of the valley of the Weibe at an altitude between 280 and. Mountains in the area are the Osterberg with height in the east or the Kuhlenberg with height in the south. In the southern part the place is almost grown together with Freudenberg. Today, Büschergrund consists of the former locations of Anschlag, Bockseifen, Büschen, Eichen and Büschergrund. There were also the settlements of Halmenhof and Ohrndorf in the local area.
The districts of Büschergrund were first mentioned in 1286. Büschergrund itself was first mentioned in 1563. Before 1597 the place belonged to the parish of Oberholzklau and was then re-parish to Freudenberg.
In the course of the municipal territorial reform, the Freudenberg Office was dissolved on January 1, 1969, and Büschergrund became part of the newly formed town of Freudenberg.
Population of the place:
- Erich Nöll († November 15, 2000)
Infrastructure and transport links
Büschergrund is located on the east of Landstrasse 512, which connects Freudenberg with Gerlingen in the Olpe district. In the village, the L 562 branches off in the direction of Lindenberg. Both streets are connected by a cross street, Kreisstraße 20. The next driveway to Autobahn 45 is “Freudenberg”, only about one kilometer to the east.
The Freudenberg school center with comprehensive and elementary school (160 students) is located in Büschergrund.
- City of Freudenberg: residents , accessed on August 25, 2017
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- Martin Bünermann, Heinz Köstering: The communities and districts after the municipal territorial reform in North Rhine-Westphalia . Deutscher Gemeindeverlag, Cologne 1975, ISBN 3-555-30092-X , p. 172 .
- Bernhard Oltersdorf: Freudenberg, Stadt ( memento of the original from October 21, 2013 in the Internet Archive ) Info: The archive link has been inserted automatically and has not yet been checked. Please check the original and archive link according to the instructions and then remove this notice. (PDF; 6.6 MB) , approx. 1995
- Freudenberg: districts
- " the dead", Siegerländer Heimatkalender 2002, p. 39, 77th edition, published by Siegerländer Heimat- und Geschichtsverein eV, Verlag für Heimatliteratur