Planning region Bavarian Lower Main

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The Bavarian Lower Main planning region is one of a total of 18 planning regions in the Free State of Bavaria .


Planning region 1: Bavarian Lower Main

The planning region Bavarian Lower Main is located in the extreme northwest of Bavaria on the Lower Main . The following bodies are united in the regional planning association: the districts of Aschaffenburg and Miltenberg and the associated district communities as well as the independent city of Aschaffenburg .

The city of Aschaffenburg is the main center . Associated middle centers are Alzenau , Miltenberg and Obernburg / Elsenfeld / Erlenbach . In 2005 there were around 360,000 inhabitants in the region.


In 1972 the Free State of Bavaria was divided into 18 planning regions based on the Bavarian State Planning Act of 1970. The Regional Planning Association was established on April 1, 1973. The current association chairman (as of 2019) is Ulrich Reuter.

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