Oberhausen (Dießen am Ammersee)

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Municipality of Dießen am Ammersee
Coordinates: 47 ° 57 ′ 21 ″  N , 10 ° 59 ′ 8 ″  E
Height : 676 m above sea level NHN
Residents : (May 25 1987)
Incorporation : January 1, 1972
Postal code : 86911
Area code : 08194
Oberhauser Weiher with Oberhausen
Oberhauser Weiher with Oberhausen

Oberhausen is a district of the market in Dießen am Ammersee in the Upper Bavarian district of Landsberg am Lech .


The hamlet of Oberhausen is about two kilometers west of Dettenschwang on the Oberhauser Weiher . This also feeds the Hauser Bach that flows through the hamlet .


To the north of the hamlet there is a well-preserved barrow from prehistoric times .

Oberhausen was first mentioned in 1224 as Husen .

The hamlet initially consisted of two half courtyards, later a mill and an inn were built. The Oberhauser Weiher was artificially dammed for the operation of the mill.

Oberhausen belonged to the formerly independent municipality until December 31, 1971 Dette exuberance and was jointly therewith on 1 January 1972 after Diessen incorporated .

Oberhauser Weiher

The Oberhauser Weiher (668 m) is located directly south of the hamlet . The pond is about 300 m long and 400 m wide, its area is 8.5 hectares. The outflow is the Hauser Bach, a tributary of the Windach .

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Individual evidence

  1. ^ Pankraz Fried, Peter Fassl: From Swabia and Altbayern . Thorbecke, 1991, ISBN 978-3-7995-7073-2 , pp. 123 .
  2. M. Aquinata Schnurer OP: Home book of the market in Dießen a. Ammersee . Ed .: Markt Dießen a. Ammersee. Dießen am Ammersee 1976, p. 215 .