ⓘ Leimen (Baden)

                                     

ⓘ Leimen (Baden)

Leimen is a town in north-west Baden-Wurttemberg, Germany. It is about 7 km south of Heidelberg and the third largest town of the Rhein-Neckar district after Weinheim and Sinsheim. It is also the areas industrial centre.

Leimen is located on BergstraSe mountain road and memorial highway named the Bertha Benz.

In a communal reform in the 1970-ies, Leimen was newly created from the villages Leimen, Gauangelloch and Sankt Ilgen. In 1981 the state government of Baden-württemberg granted Leimen the privilege to be called "City." Leimens when the population exceeded 20.000 in 1990, the city Council appealed from the height in Kreisstadt grouse, which were provided by the state government on April 1, 1992.

                                     
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