Flörsheim am Main
|coat of arms||Germany map|
|Administrative region :||Darmstadt|
|Height :||93 m above sea level NHN|
|Area :||22.95 km 2|
|Residents:||21,659 (Dec. 31, 2019)|
|Population density :||944 inhabitants per km 2|
|Postal code :||65439|
|Area code :||06145|
|License plate :||MTK|
|Community key :||06 4 36 004|
|LOCODE :||DE FLO|
|City structure:||4 districts|
City administration address :
65439 Flörsheim am Main
|Mayor :||Bernd Blisch ( CDU )|
|Location of the city of Flörsheim am Main in the Main-Taunus district|
Flörsheim am Main is a town in the Main-Taunus district in Hesse . It is centrally located in the Rhine-Main area between Frankfurt am Main and Mainz or Wiesbaden . The municipality consists of the districts Flörsheim-Stadtmitte, Weilbach , Wicker and Keramag / Falkenberg .
Flörsheim is located to the right of the Untermain and the old town extends along the river. Flörsheim's town center is in the Maine plain at . Weilbach is significantly higher at and Wicker with . Natural slopes are the foundation of the Wickerer wine-growing tradition as a gateway to the Rheingau and the term `` Flörsheimer Schweiz '', which is popular today .
In the south, opposite Flörsheim-Stadtmitte, are the cities of Raunheim and Rüsselsheim am Main on the left side of the Main. The Flörsheimer local district Weilbach bordered to the northeast by Hattersheim am Main and in the north of Hofheim am Taunus . The district of Wicker borders on Hochheim am Main and its district of Massenheim in the west .
There were several limestone quarries and pits in the urban area, some of which were later used as landfills. Today the Rhein-Main Landfill Park is located in the area between Wicker and Hochheim. In the recent past, efforts have been made to restore nature and create local recreation.
From the north-east of Frankfurt, the Main flows past the Hattersheim district of Eddersheim , where the Weilbach, which flows into the Main in the Ardelgraben, marks the beginning of the Flörsheim district .
On this side of Rüsselsheim, flood meadows , the Main Bridge - named after its predecessor the Opel Bridge - and a small industrial port end the residential developments near the banks .
Around the harbor, the Main takes a right bend until the Flörsheim district of Keramag / Falkenberg joins at the mouth of the Wickerbach , which borders the neighboring municipality of Hochheim further west.
A soda-lithion spring rises in Bad Weilbach and a sulfur spring in a small park area.
Approach and departure lanes from three of the four runways at Frankfurt Airport , east across the Main , lead across the inhabited urban area. The residents of Flörsheim are therefore exposed to aircraft noise and wake vortices. Parts of the airport site were owned by Flörsheim as a forest until 1980.
In addition to the burden, Flörsheim benefits from its central location near the airport, between the major cities of the Rhine-Main area : Frankfurt am Main, Wiesbaden, Mainz and Darmstadt.
|Flörsheim town center:||13,932|
|Weilbach / Bad Weilbach :||4,004|
|Keramag / Falkenberg :||676|
|City of Flörsheim am Main||22,102|
In addition to the new building, Flörsheim has gained its current size and population through the merger at the turn of the year 1971/1972 with the former neighboring communities of Weilbach in the north and Wicker in the northwest.
Early history and antiquity
A prehistoric hiking trail leading past today's Flörsheim was converted into a road by the Romans. This led from Kastel via Hochheim, Flörsheim, Okriftel and Höchst to the Wetterau and further into what is now Central Germany . Another Roman road branched off between Flörsheim and Weilbach to Limburg an der Lahn . The pavement of limestone came from Flörsheimer quarries .
The current districts of Flörsheim, Wicker and Weilbach emerged from settlements of the West Germanic ethnic group of the Franks . Flörsheim was first mentioned in a document as Flaritesheim in 828 . The place name could go back to a Franconian called "Flarido". A deed of donation is in the Hessian State Archives in Marburg . Archbishop Hermann I of Cologne confirmed his possessions in the Franconian Maingau in 922 . He referred to Flörsheim as Flaradesheim and Wicker as Weleron . Wicker was first mentioned in a document in 910 and Weilbach in 1112.
The witch trials in Flörsheim lasted from 1595 to 1630. In Flörsheim, Weilbach and Wicker over 71 women, men and children fell victim to the witch madness. To “cover the costs of the inquisition ordered to exterminate and punish the broken vice of sorcery and witchcraft ”, the community took out a loan from the St. Clara monastery in Mainz in 1618 , but was unable to make any repayments. A hundred years later the city still had to bear the burden of debt.
During the Thirty Years' War Flörsheim was devastated after the Swedish King Gustav Adolf had to interrupt his advance on Mainz in 1631 in front of Flörsheim's fortifications. After eight days of enclosure by the Swedes, Flörsheim surrendered and remained occupied until 1636.
The wars of Frederick the Great also brought disaster to the place - but also industrialization . In 1765 Georg Ludwig Müller from Mainz opened a faience factory with around 80 workers in Flörsheim . The produced therein porcelain bears the mark three large "F" for "Flörsheimer faience factory", which can be seen today at the City Arms. The factory existed until 1914.
For a long time there were close ties to Mainz. That only changed at the beginning of the 19th century during Napoleon's reign , when Flörsheim was added to the Principality of Nassau-Weilburg in 1803 - shortly afterwards - to the Duchy of Nassau .
The station, built with the Taunus Railway in 1839, was designed by the architect Ignaz Opfermann . At that time it was still outside the old town and is one of the oldest surviving train stations in Germany. In 1875 the upper floor was added as an apartment for the station master.
In 1900 the first telephone connections were installed in Flörsheim, and on August 25, 1914, the place received electrical light. In the First World War , Flörsheim had 104 dead and 7 missing . After the war, French troops occupied the place on December 1, 1918. During the Allied occupation of the Rhineland, the French kept Flörsheim occupied until the late 1920s.
Many people from Flörsheim, Weilbach and Wicker have worked there since the Opel plant was founded in Rüsselsheim in 1862. Two monuments made of red Main sandstone directly on the bank, on both sides of the Main, remind of the ferry connection they used. The statue of the bridge saint Nepomuk on Konrad-Adenauer-Ufer was intended to provide protection during the crossing.
Only the “Opelbrücke”, inaugurated on August 26, 1928, created a road connection to Rüsselsheim. This bridge was demolished in 1979 and replaced a little further up the Main by a larger bridge with a four-lane carriageway.
On the night of July 18th to 19th, 1938, the Jewish cemetery was destroyed by the National Socialists . On November 10, 1938 in the Kristallnacht also built in 1718 Flörsheimer synagogue destroyed. During the Second World War , 29 explosive bombs fell on the place and the district of Flörsheim on the night of September 8th to 9th, 1942 . The heavy bombing caused 26 fires and 11 buildings - 9 of them residential buildings - were completely destroyed and 81 buildings, almost all residential buildings, were badly damaged. Five people died. On March 23, 1945, German troops blew up the Opel bridge leading from Rüsselsheim across the Main to stop the advance of American troops . The Americans nevertheless marched into Flörsheim the next day.
On January 1, 1978, the name of the city was officially changed to "Flörsheim am Main".
The name ending on " -heim " indicates a Franconian origin, while the first part of the name can possibly be traced back to a Germanic personal name such as "Flarid" or "Flarad".
The assignment of a documentary mention in a cartular of the Fulda monastery from the year 828: "Tradidit Reginpraht ad Flaritesheim mancipia II", German: Reginpraht transferred two servants to Flörsheim . to Flörsheim am Main is speculative.
A document dated August 11, 922 by Hermann I of Cologne refers to the town on the Main without any doubt. In the document, the properties in the "pago Moinacense" - Gau am Main - "Flaradesheim" - Flörsheim - and "Wikeron" - Wicker - are named.
In 1171 the entry dorff in Vlersheim appeared in the feudal book of the Lords of Eppstein .
In 1270, when the village was sold to the cathedral chapter of the Archdiocese of Mainz on April 1st, the village is referred to as villam nostram Flersheim .
Since January 1st, 1978 the city has been officially called Flörsheim am Main, after previously abbreviated spellings such as Flörsheim / M, Flörsheim / Main or Flörsheim a. M. were in use.
In the local dialect the city is called "Flerschem".
Territorial history and administration
The following list gives an overview of the territories in which Flörsheim was located and the administrative units to which it was subordinate:
- before 1787: Holy Roman Empire, Kurmainz , Mainz Cathedral Chapter , Hochheim Office
- from 1787: Electorate of Mainz, Lower Archbishopric, offices of the cathedral chapter of Mainz, cathedral mechanic office in Mainz
- from 1803: Holy Roman Empire, Principality of Nassau-Usingen (through Reichsdeputationshauptschluss ), Office Hochheim
- from 1806: Duchy of Nassau , Amt Wallau
- from 1816: German Confederation , Duchy of Nassau, Hochheim Office
- from 1849: German Confederation, Duchy of Nassau, Höchst District Office
- from 1854: German Confederation, Duchy of Nassau, Hochheim Office
- from 1867: North German Confederation , Kingdom of Prussia , Province of Hessen-Nassau , Administrative Region of Wiesbaden , Main District
- from 1871: German Empire , Kingdom of Prussia, Province of Hessen-Nassau, administrative district of Wiesbaden, Mainkreis
- from 1886: German Empire, Kingdom of Prussia, Province of Hessen-Nassau, District of Wiesbaden, District of Wiesbaden
- from 1918: German Empire, Free State of Prussia , Province of Hesse-Nassau, District of Wiesbaden, District of Wiesbaden
- from 1928: German Empire, Free State of Prussia, Province of Hessen-Nassau, Administrative Region of Wiesbaden, 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
Thereafter, the city council, made up of city council members elected by the city's citizens, functions as the highest body of local self-government. As the executive body, the magistrate takes care of the day-to-day administration of the city. It consists of eleven honorary city councilors, as well as the full-time mayor and the also full-time First City Council as his representative.
The main statute regulates the division of the city into four local districts and sets the size of the local advisory councils to nine members each, as well as five members for the local advisory council of Keramag / Falkenberg. In addition, an advisory council for foreigners with eleven members will be set up.
The city of Flörsheim is subject to municipal supervision by the district administrator of the Main-Taunus district according to the Hessian municipal code.
The mayor is directly elected by the people and the term of office is six years.
The city council is the highest body of the city. Its political composition is determined every five years in local elections by the city's electorate. Whoever has reached the age of 18 and is a German citizen within the meaning of the Basic Law or a citizen of one of the other member states of the European Union may vote. All eligible voters must have been registered in the city for at least three months.
The local elections on March 6, 2016 produced the following results: compared to previous local elections:
|Parties and constituencies||2016||2011||2006||2001||1997|
|Share 1||Seats||Share 1||Seats||Share 1||Seats||Share 1||Seats||Share 1||Seats|
|Social Democratic Party of Germany||SPD||30.4||11||28.0||10||22.8||8th||25.3||9||27.1||10|
|Christian Democratic Union of Germany||CDU||30.1||11||37.8||14th||49.4||18th||48.0||18th||46.6||17th|
|Green alternative list Flörsheim||GALF||16.3||6th||25.4||10||18.0||7th||22.1||8th||21.3||8th|
|The free citizens||dfb||14.7||6th||5.0||2||4.1||2||-||-||-||-|
|Free Democratic Party||FDP||8.5||3||3.8||1||5.7||2||4.6||2||5.0||2|
|percentage of invalid votes||4.5||3.5||2.9||2.4||3.1|
37 city councilors and the city's local councils had to be elected for the legislative period from April 1, 2016 to March 31, 2021. Of the 15,943 eligible voters, 8136 voted. As a result, the turnout rose from 47.5 percent in 2011 to 51 percent in 2016.
Bernd Blisch ( CDU ) has been Mayor of Flörsheim since November 1, 2018 . Blisch ran as a cross-party candidate with the support of the CDU, Green Alternative List Flörsheim (GALF), Die Freie Bürger (dfb) and FDP and won the mayoral election on May 27, 2018 against the former incumbent Michael Antenbrink (SPD). Bernd Blisch received 61.2% of the vote, Michael Antenbrink 31.7%. As another independent candidate, Markus Ochs got 7.1%. The turnout was 49.3%.
Former mayors and mayors
The early dates are based on documentary mentions that do not allow any conclusions to be drawn about the range of the respective terms of office.
The municipal consists according to the Main statutes from the full-time mayor, the full-First Councilwoman and 13 other volunteer councilors / city councils. It currently has the following voting members:
Full-time department heads
|Main office, finances, order, culture, own operations, information technology, public relations and city archive, advancement of women, fire and disaster control|
|First councilor||Renate Mohr||GALF|
|Social affairs, building, road and green space office, building depot, integration and asylum issues, traffic and noise reduction|
Honorary members of the magistrate
|City council||Klaus Dörrhöfer||SPD|
|City council||Michael Guske||FDP|
|City council||Klaus-Peter Harth||dfb|
|City council||Klaus Anton Hoffmann||GALF|
|City council||Wolfgang Kirchheim||SPD|
|City council||Karl-Heinz Landwehr||CDU|
|City council||Helmut Reinhard|
|City council||Harald Vogel||dfb|
|City council||Rudi Weckbach||CDU|
|City council||Marek Wrobel||GALF|
Since the introduction of the possibility of referendums in Hesse on April 1, 1993, Flörsheim has decided twice - on May 6, 2007 and February 13, 2011 - about the operation of the planning approval for the construction of a bypass road. On both occasions, the population voted in favor of the voting question by a narrow majority, and they opposed the planning of a bypass of the B 40/519 federal highways. The participation rate in the referendums was over 60 percent.
coat of arms
In June 1951 the municipality of Flörsheim was granted the right to use a coat of arms by the Hessian State Ministry.
|Blazon : “On a blue sign a two-masted sailing ship above silver ( white ) waves. The hull and masts are golden ( yellow ). The two sails are silver. The larger sail bears the black lettering "FFF". A red flag with a silver six-spoke wheel is waving at the stern of the ship. The mast head above the sail with the three "Fs", as well as a pointed flag at both ends of the mast, is divided horizontally - silver and red. "|
Justification of the coat of arms: The coat of arms motif emerged from the symbol used since 1816 for the Flörsheimer market ship, the Flörsheimer Yacht, which was in service until 1868 . The mainsail has been marked with the three “Fs” since 1930. This label is reminiscent of the Flörsheim faience factory founded in 1765 .
The wheel of the rear flag refers to the long historical affiliation to the Mainz cathedral chapter between 1270 and 1803. In the 18th century , the Mainz wheel was used on boundary stones and in official seals. Older court seals refer to the cathedral city in the pictorial representation of a bishop enthroned in the 17th century or the Mainz patron saint St. Martin in the 15th century.
The colors of Flörsheim are blue and orange. In urban "flagging", the city coat of arms is usually shown on a blue flag. In October 1952 the municipality of Flörsheim am Main was authorized to fly a flag by the Hessian Minister of the Interior.
Transport and infrastructure
Several cycle paths run along the banks of the Main :
- The Hessian long -distance cycle route R3 ( Rhein-Main-Kinzig-Radweg ) leads under the motto In the footsteps of the late rider from the Rhine , then along the Main and the Kinzig , via Fulda to Tann in the Rhön
- The Main Cycle Path leads from the sources of the White and Red Main to Mainz where it flows into the Rhine
- The D-Route 5 (Saar-Mosel-Main) from Saarbrücken via Trier, Koblenz, Mainz, Frankfurt am Main, Würzburg and Bayreuth to the Czech border over 1021 kilometers.
Flörsheim is directly connected to the A 66 autobahn connecting Wiesbaden and Frankfurt via Weilbach in the north . Via Rüsselsheim am Main and Hofheim-Wallau there is a connection to the A 3 , which cuts the Flörsheim city area in an east-west direction without its own access and separates Weilbach from its smaller part Bad Weilbach. The A 671 motorway can be reached via the Hochheim- Nord junction .
- Line 1, Stadtwerke Rüsselsheim , route: Flörsheim - Rüsselsheim
- Line 809, HLB Hessenbus, route: Hochheim - Flörsheim - Hofheim
- Line 817, school bus service, route: Diedenbergen - Flörsheim
- Line 819, Flörsheim city bus, route: Flörsheim - Wicker - Weilbach
- Line 818, route: Flörsheim - Keramag / Falkenberg - Flörsheim
- Line 818, route: Flörsheim - Wicker - Weilbach
- Line 46, route: Flörsheim / Wicker - Wallau
- Line 820, Eddersheim train station - Weilbach - Wicker - Flörsheim train station
Running parallel to the Main, the Wiesbaden and Frankfurt line of the Taunus Railway separates the old town facing the Main from areas that were later developed. The S-Bahn - S1 connects the Flörsheimer station every half hour on the route Wiesbaden - Mainz-Kastel - Frankfurt - Offenbach - Rödermark-Ober-Roden .
For passenger traffic, there is a landing stage for ships on Konrad-Adenauer-Ufer, and another landing stage for goods handling on Hafenstrasse.
The main tower was built in the middle of the 16th century and is considered the oldest preserved structure in the city. As part of a fortification, it is said to have served to protect the banks of the Main and to control shipping traffic. The Mainturm has served as an art forum since 2001.
The Berlin fountain on Konrad-Adenauer-Ufer, near Pfarrer-Münch-Straße, was inaugurated on October 19, 1975 as part of the Flörsheim curb. It took its name from a previous fountain (1964–1965), which was provided with a milestone with a Berlin bear and the distance to Berlin. The new construction made it necessary to lay an oil pipeline from Rotterdam for Frankfurt Airport. The "new" Berlin fountain was the result of a cooperation between the city building authority, various architects and Walter Habdank . It draws its charm from simple circular basic elements, which are arranged intuitively but with a fine sense of harmony and balance. In fact, these are sewer pipes - semi-finished parts donated by the Dyckerhoff company.
The Mainstein was erected in 1984 on the banks of the Main at the height of the "boathouse" and presents Flörsheim and its districts in the Rhine-Main region and shows the special features of the city. For example, fishing, viticulture, the fiance's day or the main tower are depicted in relief on it. The sandstone stele was created by the Frankfurt sculptor and stonemason Reiner Uhl, who had previously redesigned the Faulborn in Bad Weilbach.
The Flörsheimer Warte is located near the district of Wicker and is a 30 meter high round tower rebuilt in 1996. It stands on the site of a tower built for the first time by Berthold von Henneberg at the end of the 15th century as one of four waiting towers of the Mainzer Landwehr , of almost the same cubature, which corresponds to the Erbenheimer Warte or the Radheimer Warte on the Bachgauer Landwehr . The replica is located in the Wicker district on the Rhine-Main regional park route and, with the adjacent restaurant, is a popular excursion destination. The top level offers a good view of the surrounding area through twenty narrow windows, between which orientation boards are attached.
The iron tree is located west of Flörsheim and is also part of the Rhine-Main regional park. With its unusual shape, it is both a sculpture and an observation tower . The steel 18 meter high tree has ten artificial branches and offers a 9 meter high viewing platform . A solar-powered sound system on the platform speaks and makes noises.
Mainturm Art Forum
The Mainturm Art Forum was opened in November 2001. In just under a year of construction, a building complex was created that structurally connects the historic Mainturm building with the neighboring house, the former warmth parlor . The architect and planner Franz Josef Hamm, Limburg / Lahn, extended the warm room in an easterly and northerly direction and created a glazed walkway as a connection between the main tower and the neighboring house. The Mainturm Art Forum is a place of ideal exchange and dialogue. On a total of four floors, the house offers space for cultural events and meetings of artists with those interested in art.
Every year on Shrove Sunday begins at 13:31 with the Flörsheimer Fastnachtsumzug or "Fassenachtszuuch" the culmination of the "Flerschemer Fassenacht", some with more than 3,500 participants and around 160 train numbers. The number of guests regularly exceeds the number of residents. In 2007 the Hessischer Rundfunk even reported 80,000 visitors.
The carnival or fool call "Hall the Gail" comes from the time when there were still many horse-drawn carts on the carnival procession. He was the request to a driver to pause or to keep the horses shy of the exuberant crowd in check . This is how "Hall the Gail" translates as "Hold the horses / nags!"
Open air festival
Since the 1970s there has been the “Flörsheimer Open Air” on a July weekend, a small rock music festival with free entry on the meadows under the Main Bridge to Rüsselsheim. The festival is organized by the local association Old Company only through voluntary helpers and took place for the 40th time in 2015.
Every year on the last Monday in August the city celebrates “Fiancé Day”. This has its origin in 1666, when the plague raged in Flörsheim . After more than 200 inhabitants had died within a very short time and the small community of around 700 inhabitants was threatened with complete extermination, according to tradition, the survivors prayed for rescue in dire need.
When the plague actually ended, the people of Flörsheim, together with the initiator, Pastor Johannes Laurentius Münch, vowed “as long as stone on stone is standing in Flörsheim to hold an annual thanksgiving procession in praise of the Most High”. This pledge has so far been strictly observed; even in times of war and despite the event being temporarily banned. On August 29, 2016, “Fiancé Day” was celebrated for the 350th time.
Rooted in the celebration of the consecration of the St. Gallus Church, the “Flerschemer Curb ” is held on October 16, the day of the namesake St. Gallus , or on the following weekend . A fair has been set up on the banks of the Main for over a hundred years. While there is a hype there with stalls and rides , the Kerweborsch (Kerbeburschen) organize dance events - cultivate customs and sociability: Traditionally, a tree is erected on Saturdays with a Kerwebobb (notch doll) and bluns (blood sausage without greaves). A move takes place. The special feature of Flörsheim, the "Nachkerb" on the following weekend, was up for grabs in 2014. In future, the traditional end of the notch with the funeral of the notch doll and fireworks will take place on the Sunday after the notch, as was previously the case on Mondays.
Since 1980, the Gallus Concerts have been held in the fourth quarter of a calendar year , a musical and cultural series, the concert performances of which are partly carried out as Hessischer Rundfunk events .
The Catholic parishes of St. Gallus and St. Josef in Flörsheim, St. Katharina in Wicker and Maria Himmelfahrt in Weilbach are in the process of forming a common pastoral area in Flörsheim. From January 2015 this will operate under the name of the parish of St. Gallus. The parishes of St. Joseph, Maria Himmelfahrt and St. Katharina should continue to exist as local churches.
On June 24, 2013, Mirza Masrur Ahmad - the caliph of the Ahmadiyya Muslim Community - opened the Ata Mosque in Flörsheim Altkönigstrasse. (“Ata” means “God's gift, given by God”.) In addition to the federal chairman of the community, Abdullah Uwe Wagishauser, a number of local and regional politicians were present.
On October 4, 2012, the renovation of a former grocery discounter began. The building complex, decorated in blue and white and decorated with calligraphy, includes a 380 square meter prayer room with a prayer niche, a separate kitchen, an 80 square meter extension with an event room and library room, as well as offices and another seminar room on the upper floor. The mosque character is underlined by two domes inserted into the roof and a symbolic minaret about 10 meters high at the entrance.
The Ahmadiyya Muslim Jamaat or Ahmadiyya Muslim Community is an Islamic reform community that emerged in Qadian , India in 1889 . The first member of the municipality of Flörsheim / Hochheim, which has been independent since 1995, came to Flörsheim in 1988. At the opening, the community has 140 members. Its president is Muhammad Munawar Abid.
Gallery of sacred buildings and monuments
Statue of the bridge saint Nepomuk (1753) in Weilbach
Born in the city
- Margreth (around 1598–1617), Johann and Ela Schad , victims of the witch hunts
- Johannes Laurentius Münch († 1713), pastor and initiator of the betrothed day
- Christian Georg Schütz the Elder (1718–1791), painter and engraver
- Martin Neumann (1760–1820), member of the state parliament
- Heinrich Dreisbach (1881–1967), publisher and local poet
- Karl Becker (1923–2002), physician and politician (CDU)
- Berthold Gall (* 1947), District Administrator of the Main-Taunus District (1999–2011)
- Bernd Scholl (* 1956), composer and musician
- Bernd Blisch (* 1962), historian, politician (CDU) and mayor
- Ralf Balzis (* 1965), soccer player and coach
- Mario Hergueta (* 1967), visual artist
- Deniz Yücel (* 1973), journalist and Kurt Tucholsky Prize winner
- Jens Weckbach (* 1970), rower and politician (CDU)
- Abdelaziz Ahanfouf (* 1978), Moroccan national football player
Connected to the city
- Max Schohl (1884–1943), entrepreneur and patron , murdered in Auschwitz
- Georg Badeck (1938–2004), politician (CDU) and member of the state parliament
- Gisbert Beck (1939–1983), city councilor, policeman and murder victim
- Michael Antenbrink (* 1955), politician (SPD) and mayor (2006–2018)
- Doris Akrap (* 1974), journalist
- 1914: Gustav Dyckerhoff (1838–1923), industrialist
- 1914: Rudolf Dyckerhoff (1842–1917), industrialist
- 1949: Georg von Opel (1912–1971), automobile entrepreneur, athlete and sports official
- 1953: Andreas Schwarz
- 1953: Philipp Schneider (1876–1963), local historian and author
- 1955: Jakob Altmaier (1889–1963), politician (SPD), Member of the Bundestag , journalist (pseudonym "Gänsekippelschorsch")
- 2011: Mathäus Lauck (* 1931), politician (CDU)
- Hannelore Sievers: Past, forgotten, changed: An illustrated book with the history and stories of Flörsheim am Main . Dreisbach, Flörsheim am Main 2004, ISBN 3-9800541-1-X .
- Magistrate of the city of Flörsheim am Main (Ed.): From the growth and development of a city: Flörsheim am Main through the ages . Flörsheim am Main 2003, ISBN 3-9809134-0-6 .
- Website of the city of Flörsheim am Main
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- Literature on Flörsheim am Main in the Hessian Bibliography
- Cultural monuments of Flörsheim as a map or as a list denkxweb.denkmalpflege-hessen.de
- Link catalog on the subject of Flörsheim am Main at curlie.org (formerly DMOZ )
- 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 ).
- Gate to the Rheingau. Kulturland-rheingau.de.
- The Flörsheimer Switzerland. ( Memento from February 22, 2014 in the Internet Archive ) In: regionalpark-rheinmain.de.
- At the rock cellars. Kulturland-rheingau.de.
- Self-presentation of the society for the recultivation of the Weilbach gravel pit landscape ( memento from February 24, 2014 in the Internet Archive ) August 2008.
- Bad Weilbach sources. In: floersheim-main.de.
- Jennifer Hein: Danger from the roof. Frankfurter Rundschau, April 10, 2013.
- The galf is no longer in the cage. ( Memento from February 23, 2014 in the Internet Archive ) Höchst Kreisblatt, January 7, 2013.
- Deniz Yücel : A rumble, a hiss, a thunder. taz.de, February 6, 2012.
- Numbers, data, facts: population figures. In: floersheim-main.de. City of Flörsheim am Main, accessed on April 21, 2020 .
- 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 and 372 .
- Stories from the old Opel Bridge. ( Memento of the original from February 22, 2014 in the Internet Archive ) Info: The archive link was automatically inserted and not yet checked. Please check the original and archive link according to the instructions and then remove this notice. Echo online, June 9, 2010.
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