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|Administrative region :||Darmstadt|
|Height :||124 m above sea level NHN|
|Area :||12.13 km 2|
|Residents:||21,609 (Dec. 31, 2019)|
|Population density :||1781 inhabitants per km 2|
|Postal code :||65760|
|Primaries :||06196, 06173|
|License plate :||MTK|
|Community key :||06 4 36 003|
|LOCODE :||DE ESC|
|City structure:||2 districts|
City administration address :
|Mayor :||Adnan Shaikh ( CDU )|
|Location of the city of Eschborn in the Main-Taunus district|
Eschborn is located in the Rhine-Main area on the eastern edge of the Main-Taunus district . It is adjacent to the Frankfurt districts of Sossenheim and Rödelheim and belongs to the Frankfurt metropolitan area . The Frankfurt city center is 7 km, the international Frankfurt am Main Airport 15 km away. The Niederhöchstadt district , which borders on Eschborn in the north, belongs to Eschborn.
Eschborn borders in the north on the cities of Kronberg im Taunus and Steinbach (Taunus) (both Hochtaunuskreis ), in the east and south on the independent city of Frankfurt am Main and in the west on the city of Schwalbach am Taunus ( Main-Taunus-Kreis ).
In 770, Eschborn was first mentioned in a document as a cinder well in a deed of donation to the Lorsch Abbey:
- 770 June 12th.
- In God's name I, Risolf, and my brother Hadalmar, give to the holy martyr Nazarius , at the time when the venerable Abbot Gunduland presides over the monastery, under the assurance that it is valid for all time, supported by contract, in Aschenbrunne im Niddagau a Hufe Landes and 44 serfs and a vineyard .
- Done in the Lorsch Monastery on June 12th, the second year of King Karl.
The name ash well means something like " fountain on the ash ". On July 3, 875, a flood destroyed the place, killing 88 people and almost all of the livestock. The Eschborn tower castle was built in the 11th century, it is with the end of the 12th / beginning of the 13th century. Emerging gentlemen from Eschborn in connection, who moved their headquarters shortly afterwards to Kronberg . Eschborn belonged as an imperial fief to the Lords of Kronberg until they died out in 1704 and their rule fell to Kurmainz.
In 1389 the battle of Eschborn took place. As part of the war between the Rhenish League of Cities and the Count Palatine, the city of Frankfurt fought against the Knights of Kronberg . The Kronbergers and their allies who came to the rescue (the Count Palatine and the Hanauers) triumphed and took numerous prisoners, including the mayor of Frankfurt, who they only released against payment of 73,000 gold gulden ransom. In a battle at Höchst in 1622 between General Tilly and Christian von Braunschweig during the Thirty Years' War , the old castle complex and almost the entire place were destroyed (see more under Battle of Höchst ).
Through the Peace of Lunéville in 1801, the Prince of Nassau-Usingen came into the possession of the Kronberg rule. In 1806 Kronberg and Niederhöchstadt went together as part of the Principality of Nassau-Usingen in the newly formed Duchy of Nassau under the leadership of the House of Nassau-Weilburg . After the duchy was annexed by Prussia in 1866 after the Austro-Prussian war , Eschborn and Niederhöchstadt fell to the Kingdom of Prussia. With the establishment of the German Empire , Eschborn belonged to the German Empire from 1871. With the opening of the Rödelheim- Kronberg railway of the Kronberger Bahn on August 19, 1874, Eschborn received its first railway connection. At the beginning of the war in 1914, 1549 people lived in Eschborn; 205 men were drafted for military service . Up to 50 prisoners of war from France and Russia lived in Eschborn.
Construction of the Frankfurt-Sossenheim military airfield (later name: Fliegerhorst Eschborn ) began on January 1, 1939 and was never completed. The military airfield, which the Germans built at the end of the 1930s under the cover name "Schafweide", initially consisted of only a large meadow and a few barracks . Several large stone hangars were built , one of which is still standing today. The headquarters and most of the other buildings were only built as barracks. The airfield was in use under the name Eschborn during the entire Second World War . In particular, pilots were trained there on gliders . From April 1945 until the end of the war (May 1945), fighters of the US Air Force were stationed on the field, which had no paved runway under German administration, and flew missions against the German Reich from there. After the end of the war, the Eschborn airfield was of great importance as an alternate airfield for the not yet restored Frankfurt am Main airport . With the restart of Frankfurt Airport, flight operations in Eschborn were suspended. The US barracks Camp Eschborn , where American armed forces (pioneer unit with heavy equipment) were stationed , remained on the site, which is partly within the district of Schwalbach . After the withdrawal, the site was bought by the city and converted into the Camp-Phönix-Park industrial park . The Eschborn receiving radio station , which was operated from 1948 to 1972, was used primarily by US soldiers for overseas telephony at home.
On the occasion of the 1200th anniversary celebration, the municipality of Eschborn was granted the right to use the designation city on April 14, 1970 by the Hessian state government .
In the course of the regional reform in Hesse , the neighboring municipality of Niederhöchstadt was voluntarily incorporated into the city of Eschborn on December 31, 1971 by the incorporation agreement of September 15, 1971.
Historical forms of names
In historical documents, the place is documented under changing place names over the centuries :
- Ash Well (770)
- Ash Fountain (782)
- Ash Fountain (782)
- Ash Well (782)
- Ash fountain (789)
- Asks Fountain (800)
- Ash Well (1008)
- Esscheborn (1274)
Territorial history and administration
The following list gives an overview of the territories in which Eschborn was located and the administrative units to which it was subordinate:
- In the early Middle Ages Niddagau
- from 1339: Holy Roman Empire , Kurmainz , Kurmainzer fiefdom under Kronberg rule
- from 1704: Holy Roman Empire, Kurmainz , Office Kronberg
- from 1787: Holy Roman Empire, Electorate Mainz, Lower Archbishopric, Office of Kronberg
- from 1803: Holy Roman Empire, Principality of Nassau-Usingen (by Reichsdeputationshauptschluss ), Oberamt Höchst and Königstein, Amt Kronberg
- from 1806: German Confederation , Duchy of Nassau , Office of Kronberg
- from 1810: German Confederation, Duchy of Nassau, Office of Oberursel
- from 1815: German Confederation, Duchy of Nassau, Koenigstein Office
- from 1817: German Confederation, Duchy of Nassau, Office Höchst
- from 1849: German Confederation, Duchy of Nassau, Höchst District Office
- from 1854: German Confederation, Duchy of Nassau, Office Höchst
- from 1867: North German Confederation , Kingdom of Prussia , Province of Hessen-Nassau , Office Höchst
- from 1871: German Empire , Kingdom of Prussia, Province of Hessen-Nassau, Office Höchst
- from 1886: German Empire, Kingdom of Prussia, Province of Hessen-Nassau, Höchst district
- from 1918: German Empire, Free State of Prussia , Province of Hessen-Nassau, Administrative Region of Wiesbaden, District of Höchst
- from 1928: German Empire, Free State of Prussia, Province of Hessen-Nassau, Main-Taunus District
- from 1944: German Empire, Free State of Prussia, Nassau Province , Main-Taunus District
- from 1945: American occupation zone , Greater Hesse , Wiesbaden district , Main-Taunus district
- from 1949: Federal Republic of Germany , State of Hesse , Wiesbaden district, Main-Taunus district
- from 1968: Federal Republic of Germany, State of Hesse, Darmstadt administrative district , Main-Taunus district
- on December 31, 1971 Niederhöchstadt merged with Eschborn to form the city of Eschborn.
(as of December 31st)
The reason for the high increase in the number of inhabitants in 1972 was the incorporation of the Niederhöchstadt district .
The local elections on March 6, 2016 produced the following results, compared to previous local elections:
||Parties and constituencies||
|CDU||Christian Democratic Union of Germany||27.2||10||38.4||14th||41.6||15th||40.6||15th|
|SPD||Social Democratic Party of Germany||20.4||8th||20.5||7th||23.2||9||32.6||12|
|FDP||Free Democratic Party||15.7||6th||7.2||3||13.5||5||8.4||3|
|FWE||Free voters Eschborn-Niederhöchstadt||12.5||5||10.2||4th||-||-||-||-|
|Green||Alliance 90 / The Greens||10.5||4th||15.2||6th||10.3||4th||10.1||4th|
|The left||The left . Eschborn||6.3||2||4.5||2||4.3||2||-||-|
|plain text||plain text||3.3||1||-||-||-||-||-||-|
|UBI||Citizens' Community Eschborn||-||-||-||-||1.7||1||1.8||1|
|FWG||Free voter community Eschborn / Ts. e. V.||-||-||-||-||1.3||0||2.6||1|
|Voter turnout in%||54.5||54.9||49.1||56.7|
The acting mayor has been Adnan Shaikh (CDU) since February 16, 2020 .
Mayoral election 2007
The mayoral election on September 2, 2007 had the following result:
|candidate||Political party||be right||%|
|Thomas Matthes||The left||630||8.0|
The turnout was 51.3 percent (2001: 50.1). Official municipality number: 436003
Mayoral election 2013
|candidate||Political party||be right||%|
The turnout was 75.6 percent. Official municipality number: 436003
Runoff election 2013
The runoff election between Wilhelm Speckhart (CDU) and Mathias Geiger (independent) on October 6, 2013 had the following result:
|candidate||Political party||be right||%|
The turnout was 58.2 percent. Official municipality number: 436003
Mayoral election 2019
The election, which took place on October 21, 2019, had the following results:
|Fritz-Walter Hornung||The left||4.1|
The turnout was 59.3 percent.
The predecessors were u. a. Edwin Mämpel ( SPD ) in 1945/46, Heinrich Graf (SPD) from 1946 to 1961, then Hans Georg Wehrheim (SPD) from 1962 to 1979, Jochen Riebel ( CDU ) from 1979 to 1984, Manfred Tomala (CDU) from 1984 until 1990 and Martin Herkströter (CDU) from 1990 to 2001. At the time of incorporation, the mayor of Niederhöchstadt was Heinz Henrich, who succeeded Helmut Neumann in 1966. The first post-war mayor was Wilhelm Bauer (1945 to 1964).
coat of arms
The current coat of arms was given to the community in this form on February 8, 1937 by the President of the Prussian Province of Hesse-Nassau , Prince Philip of Hesse . A previous coat of arms was in effect until this date at the latest.
Eschborn has had a partnership with the French town of Montgeron , which is approx. 17 km from Paris, since 1985 . In 2001 the four cities of Eschborn (D), Montgeron (F), Póvoa de Varzim (PT) and Żabbar (MLT) signed a friendship treaty. In May 2010, Eschborn signed an official city partnership with Póvoa de Varzim and Żabbar.
Amusement parks Kirchwiesen, Oberwiesen and Unterwiesen
The so-called amusement parks are located along the Westerbach , the only flowing body of water in Eschborn. These are predominantly agricultural areas, i. H. Arable farming, pastures, a few orchards here and there . Frequently used paths for pedestrians and cyclists lead through these areas as a connection between the two Eschborn districts and the neighboring towns. Through the Kirchwiesen (starting behind the primary school in Niederhöchstadt) you can walk to Kronberg in about an hour, and through the Unterwiesen (starting behind the former building yard in Eschborn) to Frankfurt-Rödelheim. The Oberwiesen lie between Niederhöchstadt and Eschborn, and the popular tractor playground is also here , which is named after its main attraction. Together these form the green lung of the city, where no buildings or seals are allowed.
The Arboretum Main-Taunus is a 76 hectare tree and bush park. About 600 species of trees and bushes from all parts of the world are planted here. The arboretum is on the outskirts of the towns of Schwalbach am Taunus , Sulzbach (Taunus) and Eschborn. Several cycling and hiking trails lead through the arboretum; it is open to the public all year round.
Eschborn as a factor in the Main-Taunus
Due to its direct proximity to Frankfurt, Eschborn is a financially prosperous city in the so-called Frankfurt " bacon belt ", which is reflected not least in many construction projects. Furthermore, the city of Eschborn finances almost half of the district levy for the Main-Taunus district .
Culture and sights
- Stadtmuseum am Eschenplatz (since 1989) with the following departments: The Battle of Eschborn (1389), The Alemannic Finds (a burial ground from the 4th / 5th century with numerous valuable additions) and the collection of the painter Hanny Franke (1890– 1973). There is also a section in which changing artists from Eschborn are allowed to exhibit; In 2012, for example, there was a presentation of Eschborn photographs with photos by Adolf Haxel .
- Protestant church on Eschenplatz
- Catholic Church of St. Nicholas , consecrated in 1951; The building plans came from the Frankfurt architects Heinrich Horvatin and Carl Rummel .
- With a height of 25 m, the Eschborn chair is the largest in Germany. Since November 2005 it has served as a landmark for a furniture store . (At 27 m, the world's largest chair is in Lucena, Spain .)
- Lookout tower of the Taunusblick service station on the A 5 . The 25 m high tower was built in 2008 in the style of a Limes tower and offers a very good view of the Taunus and the skyline of Frankfurt . The viewing platform can be reached with a glass elevator or over 100 steps.
Catholic Church of St. Nikolaus in the Niederhöchstadt district
Eschborn sculpture axis
The Eschborn sculpture axis is a collection of eight sculptures in public space in Eschborn. The following images show the seven individual sculptures Travel a Head , Hua , Phönix , Fulcrum , Three Columns , Set Piece , Stones for Eschborn and the double sculpture Adam and Eve .
Travel a Head
Artist: Florian Borkenhagen
Artist: Peter Lundberg
Artist: Oliver Ritter
Artist: John Henry
artist: Timm Ulrichs
Stones for Eschborn
Artist: Gisela Weber
Adam and Eve - Adam
Artist: Thomas Becker
Adam and Eve - Eva
Artist: Thomas Becker
- Travel a Head: The three meter high mahogany head was erected in Eschborn in 2003 after a two-year trip around the world.
- Hua: Hua is a large arch made of cast concrete and stainless steel. It has been on the Schwalbacher Strasse / Ludwig-Erhard-Strasse roundabout since 2008 and forms an entrance gate to the city.
- Phoenix: The bronze sculpture Phönix has been in Camp-Phönix-Park since April 2009.
- Fulcrum: Mikado Rods. in 2002 erected steel sculpture reminiscent of
- Three pillars: These wooden steles were created by handicapped people as part of a summer workshop at Villa Luce. They have been located at the pond on Pfingstbrunnenstrasse since 1997.
- Offset piece: Bad Homburg in front of the height . Another example of this work of art is in
- Stones for Eschborn: The work of art made of massive blocks made of Main sandstone was erected in 1992.
- Adam and Eve - Adam: Adam and Eve are two bronze statues and have been at the town hall since 1998.
- Adam and Eve - Eve: see Adam and Eve - Adam.
Regular festive events
- Eschenfest , in early summer, in May or June, on parts of Oberortstrasse, Eschenplatz, Unterortstrasse and Rathausplatz, organized annually by local associations.
- Niederhöchstädter Markt , in summer along the main street in the Niederhöchstadt district ; designed by the local associations (every two years in even years).
- Summertime , summer festivals with live music and a beer garden atmosphere. Various dates and locations (e.g. VR-Leasing, Heinrich-von-Kleist-Schule, Süd-West-Park, Eschenplatz)
- Christmas market on Eschenplatz
Another very successful Eschborn club is the tennis club tennis 65 eschborn , which has a German champion in addition to many teams in the regional, national, district and regional leagues. The men 55+ team became German team champions in 2010 and 2011.
The largest clubs in the city include u. a. the TuRa Niederhöchstadt and the gymnastics club Eschborn 1888 . Numerous other clubs complement a broad, especially sporting offer.
There has been an indoor and outdoor swimming pool between the districts since the early 1970s. The so-called meadow pool was reopened on September 1, 2001 after a year-long refurbishment and renovation and offers a sauna area and indoor pool as well as an outdoor pool each with a 25-meter lane.
In addition, an internationally known bike race is started in Eschborn every May 1st (in 2011 for the 50th time), which was known as Rund um den Henninger Turm until 2008 . Since then, the name has changed depending on the sponsors, but includes Eschborn's name via Eschborn-Frankfurt City Loop to Rund um den Finanzplatz Eschborn-Frankfurt ; In addition to professional cyclists, amateurs and non-organized riders also start in separate ratings, most recently not from Eschborn.
Economy and Infrastructure
Local businesses and government agencies
Eschborn offers u. a. Due to its proximity to Frankfurt am Main and its easy accessibility, around 30,000 jobs (as of 2011). They are mainly concentrated in the south industrial area and in the wholesale and retail companies in the east and west of the city. Almost 90 percent are located in the service sector , u. a. at the companies Vodafone (formerly Arcor ), Deutsche Bank , Deutsche Börse , VR Leasing , Siemens , Deutsche Telekom , Ernst & Young , IBM , Techem , SAP and Randstad Germany ,
as well as with the following authorities and associations:
- Federal Office of Economics and Export Control (BAFA)
- Federal Network Agency (formerly RegTP; Hessen branch)
- Center for International Migration and Development
- German Society for International Cooperation (GIZ, formerly GTZ )
- Hessian collective accommodation for foreign refugees (HGU; June 15, 1981 to April 1, 2005)
- Rationalization and Innovation Center of the German Economy (RKW)
- SSP Germany
- TÜV Hessen
- ABDA - Federal Association of German Pharmacists' Associations , former pharmacist with Govi-Verlag and ZAPP
The announced move of the majority of the employees of Deutsche Börse from Frankfurt am Main to a temporary building in Eschborn's southern industrial area caused a stir in the regional press in 2008. Most of Deutsche Börse's employees moved into a newly constructed building in Eschborn as early as 2010. The reason for the change of location was the financial advantages, above all the significantly lower trade tax multiplier with only 280 percent (since 2016: 330 percent) compared to the neighboring Frankfurt am Main with 460 percent. However, the official headquarters of Deutsche Börse will remain in Frankfurt am Main.
There are two newspapers in Eschborn that appear exclusively or predominantly in Eschborn. The Eschborner Nachrichten is published every two weeks and the Eschborner Stadtspiegel every week . Independent of these publishers, there are three local online media, the Eschborner Zeitung, the Eschborner OnlineMagazin and the Eschborner Stadtmagazin. The four media are supplemented by the regional press Höchster Kreisblatt , Frankfurter Rundschau and Frankfurter Allgemeine Zeitung .
There are four schools in Eschborn:
- Hartmutschule (primary school)
- South West School (Primary School)
- Westerbach School (elementary school), in the Niederhöchstadt district
- Heinrich-von-Kleist-Schule ( secondary school with upper secondary school )
The next motorway access to the A66 and A5 are about 1.5 km away and the S-Bahn - lines S3 and S4 drive through Eschborn (breakpoints Eschborn Süd , Eschborn and Niederhöchstadt ) and provide a direct connection to the Frankfurt city center.
Since the beginning of 2013, the Frankfurt traffic department has been examining a possible extension of the U6 underground line to Eschborn and has commissioned a corresponding specific investigation of the project. This involves the extension of the U6 subway line, which currently ends at Heerstrasse in Frankfurt-Praunheim . A stop in the Helfmann-Park industrial park may also be possible. According to the mayor of Eschborn, this would “further enhance the Eschborn location”. There is not yet an exact schedule for the project. A meeting with representatives from Eschborn, Frankfurt and Oberursel on the subway topic is to take place. Bündnis 90 / Die Grünen in Hochtaunuskreis have spoken out in favor of expanding the U6 beyond Eschborn, with stops in Steinbach and Kronberg . The city of Oberursel in the Hochtaunus district has been connected to the Frankfurt underground network via the U3 underground line since the 1970s.
- Friedrich von Bouchenröder (1775-1840) was a major general.
- Heinrich von Kleist (1777-1811) was quartered on February 25, 1795 as a young lieutenant in Eschborn. From there he wrote two letters to his sister. The comprehensive school with upper level Heinrich-von-Kleist-Schule is named after him.
- Karl Hopf (1863–1914), serial killer , lived in Niederhöchstadt and ran a dog school.
- Hanny Franke (1890 - 1973), landscape painter (works in the Eschborn Museum), lived in Eschborn from 1963
- Hermann Balthasar Buch (1896–1959), SS-Scharführer , 1944 camp leader of the " Gypsy camp " in Auschwitz
- Gleb Rahr (1922–2006), exiled Russian journalist and church historian, father of Alexander Rahr, lived in Eschborn from 1964–1975.
- Karl-Heinz Koch (1924–2007), former Hessian Minister of Justice ( CDU ); Father of Roland Koch
- Jochen Riebel (1945–2015), former mayor, Hessian Minister for Federal and European Affairs in the Hessian State Chancellery (CDU)
- Kordula Schulz-Asche (* 1956), Hessian state chairwoman of Bündnis 90 / Die Grünen and deputy chairman of the parliamentary group of Bündnis 90 / Die Grünen
- Roland Koch (* 1958), former Prime Minister of Hesse (CDU), grew up in Eschborn and still lives there today.
- Alexander Rahr (* 1959), political scientist and international adviser to Russia, grew up in Eschborn.
- Maria Regina Kaiser (* 1952) writer and ancient historian, lived in Eschborn for 20 years.
- Hansjörg Ziegler: 10 volumes, Eschborn: Historische Gesellschaft e. V., 1992, Vol. I-X.
- Festschrift: 1200 Years of Niederhöchstadt , Eschborn: City Council 1982.
- Adolf Paul: From the day before yesterday to today. A village and its history , Gerhard Stalling AG, Oldenburg 1962.
- Reinhard A. Bölts: Eschborn - Pictures of a Dynamic City , Verlag 76 GmbH, 1976.
- Uta Christmann: Eschborn - The city between Main and Taunus , ET-Verlag, Eschborn 1991, ISBN 3-928315-00-5 .
- Eschborn dialog , Eschborn: Magistrat der Stadt, 2007, ISBN 978-3-00-020336-7 .
- Gerd S. Bethke: The field names of the city of Eschborn 1. Niederhöchstadt , Eschborner Museumsschriften 4, Eschborn: Magistrat der Stadt 2009.
- Gerd S. Bethke: The field names of the city of Eschborn 2. Eschborn , Eschborner Museumsschriften 5, Eschborn: Magistrat der Stadt 2009.
- Theodor Niederquell: The population of Eschborn 1650-1775. On the social history and demography of a village in the eastern Voraunus. Historical commission for Nassau : Wiesbaden 1985. ISBN 978-3-922244-62-2 .
- Literature about Eschborn in the Hessian Bibliography
- Literature on Eschborn in the catalog of the German National Library
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- Official website of the city of Eschborn
- Eschborn, Main-Taunus-Kreis. Historical local dictionary for Hessen. In: Landesgeschichtliches Informationssystem Hessen (LAGIS).
- Information on the community of Eschborn. In: Hessisches Gemeindelexikon. HA Hessen Agentur GmbH , 2016.
- From Eschborn and Niederhöchstadt. Historical Society Eschborn e. V.
- Hessian State Statistical Office: Population status on December 31, 2019 (districts and urban districts as well as municipalities, population figures based on the 2011 census) ( help ).
- Adolf Paul: From the day before yesterday to today. Eschborn and its history . Ed .: Eschborn municipality. Second expanded edition. 1969, p. 29 .
- FAZ.net August 8, 2015: "The Russian was a very busy guy"
- ZDF company history
- Granting the right to use the designation "city" to the municipality of Eschborn, Main-Taunus-Kreis on April 23, 1970 . In: The Hessian Minister of the Interior (ed.): State Gazette for the State of Hesse. 1970 No. 19 , p. 926 , point 775 ( online at the information system of the Hessian state parliament [PDF; 3.8 MB ]).
- Federal Statistical Office (ed.): Historical municipality directory for the Federal Republic of Germany. Name, border and key number changes in municipalities, counties and administrative districts from May 27, 1970 to December 31, 1982 . W. Kohlhammer, Stuttgart / Mainz 1983, ISBN 3-17-003263-1 , p. 370 .
- Eschborn, Main-Taunus-Kreis. Historical local lexicon for Hesse (as of April 7, 2014). In: Landesgeschichtliches Informationssystem Hessen (LAGIS). Hessian State Office for Historical Cultural Studies (HLGL), accessed on July 10, 2014 .
- Michael Rademacher: German administrative history from the unification of the empire in 1871 to the reunification in 1990. State of Hesse. (Online material for the dissertation, Osnabrück 2006).
- Result of the municipal election on March 6, 2016. Hessian State Statistical Office, accessed in April 2016 .
- Hessian State Statistical Office: Result of the municipal elections on March 27, 2011
- Hessian State Statistical Office: Result of the municipal elections on March 26, 2006
- Inauguration of Adnan Shaikh as mayor , February 6, 2020, www.eschborn.de
- direct elections in Eschborn, city. In: Statistics-Hessen.de. Hessian State Statistical Office, accessed in February 2019 .
- Photographic memory of a village. In: FAZ of April 4, 2012, p. 46.
- State Office for Monument Preservation Hesse (ed.): Kirchgasse 4: Catholic Church St. Nikolaus In: DenkXweb, online edition of cultural monuments in Hesse
- Tip 58: Take a break with a view on the Taunusblick service station website.
- Numbers and facts of the city of Eschborn
- Trade tax city of Frankfurt am Main
- Eschborn News
- Eschborn city mirror
- Hartmut School
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- Westerbach School
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- "Public Transport - U-Bahn to Eschborn" , Frankfurter Rundschau of January 24, 2013
- The Russian Munich. Publishing house Mir e. V., Munich 2010. ISBN 978-3-9805300-9-5
- The Russian Munich. Publishing house Mir e. V., Munich 2010. ISBN 978-3-9805300-9-5