City of Übach-Palenberg
|Postal code :||52531|
Location of Zweibrüggen in North Rhine-Westphalia
In 1460 the place is mentioned as Zwenbrughen and in 1508 as Tweynbruggen. The name means settlement near the bridges over the Wurm.
The castle is a former moated castle founded in 1341 with a manor house built on medieval foundations in 1648. It was built in 1788 by Joseph Anton von Negri in the classical style in place of the old castle and restored from 1999 to 2004. Today it is owned by the city of Übach-Palenberg.
The nearest train station is Übach-Palenberg on the Aachen – Mönchengladbach line . The next junctions are "Alsdorf" and "Aldenhoven" on the A 44 and "Heinsberg" on the A 46 . AVV buses connect Zweibrüggen with all other parts of the city as well as with Geilenkirchen and Landgraaf in the Netherlands .
- Website of the city of Übach-Palenberg
- Monuments in the city of Übach-Palenberg
- Churches and chapels in the town of Übach-Palenberg
- Zweibrüggen mill on the website of the city of Übach-Palenberg