City of Wiehl
|Height :||250 m above sea level NN|
|Postal code :||51674|
|Area code :||02296|
Location of Remperg in Wiehl
Location and description
In 1491 the place was mentioned for the first time in a document, namely at "Differenzen Homburg and Berg". The spelling of the first mention is Rymprecht .
In the fodder oat label of the Homburg rule of 1580, 1 Bergischer, 3 Saynische and 5 Wittgenstein subjects are counted as taxpayers in Reimbergh .
The Remperger mill is used today as the company headquarters.
- The Remperg Trombone Choir has existed since 1909.
Remperg has a stop at the Wiehl Valley Railway, which is operated for tourism .
- Hans Joachim Söhn, Lothar Wirths: feed oat label. Inhabitants and fireplaces in the Homburg rulership in 1580 (= materials and sources on the Oberberg regional history. H. 3). Galunder, Gummersbach 2003, ISBN 3-89909-012-8 .
- Remperg trombone choir ; accessed on January 5, 2010
- Image of the Remperg / Mühlenau stop ( memento of the original from March 4, 2016 in the Internet Archive ) Info: The archive link has been inserted automatically and has not yet been checked. Please check the original and archive link according to the instructions and then remove this notice. ; accessed on January 5, 2010