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Heusenstamm (Hesse)

Germany is located in Central Europe and it shares borders with Denmark in the North, Netherlands, Belgium, Luxembourg and France in the West, Austria and Switzerland in the South and Poland and the Czech Republic in the East. The North Sea and the Baltic Sea represent additional National Borders in the North. The official language of Germany is German and Berlin is the capital.
Germany is divided into 16 states which are further subdivided into 439 districts and cities. Germany is one of the largest European economy and the third largest economy in the world in real terms, placed behind the United States and Japan, and fifth behind the United States, China, India and Japan counted by purchasing power parity.
Heusenstamm is one of the popular destinations in Germany, and is well known for the quantity of cultural related attractions and monuments. It is basically a town in Hesse and one of thirteen towns in the district of Offenbach. Located about eleven kilometers to the southeast of Frankfurt and about four kilometers south of Offenbach, Heusenstamm has a total population of approximately 19,000 inhabitants and population density of 991 inhabitants per square kilometer.
The earliest documentary, Eppstein Lehnsbook, found mentions the existence of Heusenstamm before the 1211 century. This town was initially known as Huselstam and was counted as one of the seats in the realm. The old part of the town medieval in the core is in its basic plant this very day recognizable and kept good.  
As a result of the historical memorials, Heusenstamm has attracted a cult following of people looking for something conspicuously original. The main attraction here is the old part of the town centre with its narrow streets and half-timbered houses. Very interesting is also the baroque church Saint Cacilia built by the architect Balthasar Neumann in 1739 with frescoes by Christoph Thomas Scheffler, and the palace Schloss Schonborn, which is now the town hall and was built by the family Schonborn von Heusenstamm in 1661. Other attractions include the old town hall, the Protestant Gustav Adolf church built in 1923 and the ancient monastery of Paterhausen.
Like some of its sister municipalities and towns in the Offenbach, Heusenstamm is blessed with beautiful surroundings and a unique natural setting. The picturesque scenery, the majesty of nature, the slow pace of life, and the welcoming nature of its people all combine to make this region one of the most important tourist attractions in Germany.

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