|Bundesstrasse 323 in Germany|
|Operator:||Federal Republic of Germany|
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|Overall length:||7 km|
The federal highway 323 branches off southwest of the district town Homberg (Efze) from the B 254 and leads over a distance of about seven kilometers to the motorway junction Homberg (Efze) on the A 7, southeast of Homberg in the area of the municipality Knüllwald .
The B 323 begins with the connection to the B 254 at the industrial area of Homberg (Efze) , the district town of the Schwalm-Eder district . It follows the course of the Efze , on the southern edge of the urban area of Homberg, where it functions as a bypass road . As a result, there are also a large number of connection points in the urban area of Homberg. The new administrative center, which was built on the former military barracks area, can also be reached via a junction.
In the further course to the east, the B 323 leads above the districts of Holzhausen and Relbehausen . Then the former cannon railway is crossed, the bridge of which has meanwhile been demolished. Ultimately, the B 323 ends after two roundabouts at the connection to the A 7. If you follow the course of the road, you reach the historic half-timbered town of Rotenburg ad Fulda via state road 3465 .
Today's B 323 was set up as Reichsstraße 323 shortly before the Second World War.