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|County :||Rhein-Hunsrück district|
|Association municipality :||Simmern-Rheinböllen|
|Height :||365 m above sea level NHN|
|Area :||4.03 km 2|
|Residents:||245 (Dec. 31, 2019)|
|Population density :||61 inhabitants per km 2|
|Postal code :||55469|
|Area code :||06761|
|License plate :||SIM, GOA|
|Community key :||07 1 40 118|
|Association administration address:||Brühlstrasse 2
55469 Simmern / Hunsrück
|Local Mayor :||Thomas Keller|
|Location of the local community Pleizenhausen in the Rhein-Hunsrück district|
The residential community with a village character is located immediately to the west of the Simmerbach and Wahlbachtal talks and around one kilometer east of the Simmern-Koblenz road. The union of the Simmer, Benzweiler and Wahlbach takes place at the nearby Weißmühle. The northeastern Geiersberg is clearly recognizable as a striking ridge between the valleys of the Simmerbach and the Benzweiler-Bach in a hillshade map .
Pleizenhausen was first mentioned in a document in 1098: Emperor Heinrich IV confirmed all his possessions to the Simeonstift in Trier and listed more than sixty goods and authorizations by name. However, it can be assumed that human settlements were located much earlier in the area of the current district, because in the south-west of the village you can still find remains of a former Roman villa rustica in the fields . A Roman road that had long been suspected also came to light during road construction work .
In 1263 the knight Eberhard von Sütersten sold the Pleizenhausen Brühl to the Cistercian convent of Kumbd . The Counts of Sponheim and the Lords of Stein-Kallenfels shared the 24 fiefs in equal parts. Everyone was entitled to half of the court cases, penalties and iniquities.
In 1400, Count Palatine Ruprecht Dietmar von Reifenberg enfeoffed with the tithe of Pleizenhausen. In 1500 there were 20 farmsteads, which were divided into the jurisdictions Kurpfalz, Sponheim Kastellaun and those of the Stein-Kallenfelser and the Schmidtburger.
Since 1673 there was a school in Pleizenhausen, whose school district also included the villages of Altweidelbach , Bergenhausen and Ray Various . In 1738 the Altweidelbachers left the group because of the long way to school. In 1971 this school was last taught.
During the National Socialist era, a camp of the Reich Labor Service was built between the villages of Bergenhausen and Pleizenhausen , which was completely destroyed by bombs in 1945. During an aerial battle during World War II, three agricultural properties in the town center caught fire from tracer bullets.
After the First World War temporarily occupied by the French again, the place has been part of the then newly founded state of Rhineland-Palatinate since 1946.
The local mayor is Thomas Keller. In the local elections on May 26, 2019, he was elected with a share of 85.52% of the vote, making him the successor to Peter Graus senior.
- Catholic Wendelinus Chapel from 1771
- Evangelical Church from 1794
- Berthold Johannes (* 1947), diplomat
- Internet presence of the local community Pleizenhausen
- Literature about Pleizenhausen in the Rhineland-Palatinate state bibliography
- State Statistical Office of Rhineland-Palatinate - population status 2019, districts, communities, association communities ( help on this ).
- Heinrich Beyer: Mittelrheinisches Urkundenbuch , Volume 1, Urkunde 397, pp. 452–453, keyword "Blicenhusa"
- K. Büttinghausen: From Chumbd Monastery . In: Contributions to the history of the Palatinate . tape 2 . Mannheim 1782, p. 328 ( full text in Google Book Search).
- Local community Pleizenhausen: election results for the mayor and local council from May 26, 2019. Accessed on October 5, 2019 .
- The Regional Returning Officer RLP: direct elections 2019. see Simmern-Rheinböllen, Verbandsgemeinde, 31st line of results. Retrieved October 5, 2019 .