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Coordinates: 50 ° 5 ′ 26 "  N , 8 ° 44 ′ 42"  E
Height : 112 m above sea level NHN
Residents : 4338  (Jun. 30, 2020)
Area code : 069
Location of Buchrain in Offenbach am Main
Rudolf Koch's house in Buchrain
Located in Buchrain house of Rudolf Koch

Buchrain is a district of the southern Hessian city Offenbach am Main . Along with eleven other districts, it was formed in July 2019 from the area that had previously been free of districts.

In June 2020, around 4,300 people lived in this district.


Buchrain lies elongated on the southwest flank of Offenbach and forms the border with the neighboring city of Frankfurt am Main and with Neu-Isenburg in the south . To the north, the Frankfurt-Bebra railway line forms the border with Westend . To the east, from north to south, lie the Senefelderquartier , Musikerviertel , Lauterborn and Rosenhöhe districts .



The new Leibniz School is located in Buchrain . The facility, built in the 1970s, houses the classrooms for the middle and upper grades as well as the school's sports field. The old building is in Westend.


In the Buchrains area, the BAB 661 runs to the west in a north-south direction . At the southern end of the district is the Offenbacher Kreuz and a short stretch of the BAB 3 . In the east of the quarter, Landesstraße 3001 runs largely parallel to BAB 661 , which connects with Fechenheim and Neu-Isenburg , among others . In a west-east direction the federal highway 43 passes the quarter. Buchrain is connected to the trunk road network through this.

Buchrain is served by city ​​bus routes operated by Offenbacher Verkehrs-Betriebe in local public transport . The route of the Frankfurt-Bebraer railway runs through Buchrain, but has no stopping point here . The Offenbach industrial railway , which ran through the district until 1993, has been dismantled.

Web links

Commons : Offenbach-Buchrain  - Collection of images, videos and audio files

Individual evidence

  1. a b Residents of the city of Offenbach am Main by district on June 30, 2020. (PDF; 17 kB) City of Offenbach am Main, June 30, 2020, accessed on August 17, 2020 .
  2. ^ Statutes for the definition and naming of the districts in the area of ​​the city of Offenbach am Main. In: July 15, 2019, accessed August 20, 2019.
  3. ^ Magistrate of the City of Offenbach am Main - Surveying Office: Annex to the district statute - map. In: June 11, 2019, accessed August 25, 2019.
  4. History and building: new building. In: Retrieved September 11, 2019 .