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Idar-Oberstein : que faire

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Église
“weil die Felsenkirche zusammen mit Burgruine Bosselstein und dem Alten Schloss ein tolles Ensemble bildet.”
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Museum
“Umwerfende Sammlung an spannenden Mineralien und atemberaubend schönen Edelsteinen!”
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Museum
“Ein Besucher-Bergwerk erleben - diese Chance sollen Sie sich nicht entgehen lassen. ”
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Museum
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Bijouterie
“very interesting and just a walk down the road form Pfälzer Hof Idar-Oberstein”
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Museum
“Easy walk to this interesting shop and attraction from the Pfälzer Hof, just walk up the road and past the train station”
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Historic Site
Locality
“Idar-Oberstein is a town in the Birkenfeld district in Rhineland-Palatinate, Germany. As a Große kreisangehörige Stadt (large town belonging to a district), it assumes some of the responsibilities that for smaller municipalities in the district are assumed by the district administration. Today’s town of Idar-Oberstein is the product of two rounds of administrative reform, one in 1933 and the other in 1969, which saw many municipalities amalgamated into one. The various Stadtteile have, however, retained their original identities, which, aside from the somewhat more urban character encountered in Idar and Oberstein, tend to hearken back to each centre’s history as a rural village. Idar-Oberstein is known as a gemstone town, and also as a garrison town. It is also the largest town in the Hunsrück and has a population of 32,001 (December 31, 2015). The town lies on the southern edge of the Hunsrück on both sides of the river Nahe. The following are the divisions within the town of Idar-Oberstein as at 31 December 2015: Centres merged in 1933 administrative reform[edit] Oberstein (7,834 inhabitants) Idar (7,897 inhabitants) Tiefenstein (2,489 inhabitants) Algenrodt (1,846 inhabitants) Total population: 20,066 Centres merged in 1969 administrative reform[edit] Göttschied (2,928 inhabitants) Weierbach (2,536 inhabitants; area 751.6 ha) Nahbollenbach (1,899 inhabitants; area 821.7 ha) Mittelbollenbach (1,060 inhabitants; area 360.9 ha) Kirchenbollenbach (787 inhabitants; area 227.5 ha) Regulshausen (874 inhabitants) Enzweiler (686 inhabitants) Georg-Weierbach (661 inhabitants) Hammerstein (504 inhabitants; area 217.5 ha) Total population: 11,935 Yearly precipitation in Idar-Oberstein amounts to 774 mm, falling into the middle third of the precipitation chart for all Germany. At 57% of the German Weather Service’s weather stations, lower figures are recorded. The driest month is April. The most rainfall comes in December. In that month, precipitation is 1.6 times what it is in April. Precipitation hardly varies at all and is evenly spread throughout the year. At only 13% of the weather stations are lower seasonal swings recorded. The territorial history of Idar-Oberstein’s individual centres is marked by a considerable splintering of lordly domains in the local area. Only in Napoleonic times, beginning in 1794, with its reorganization and merging of various territorial units, was some order brought to the traditional mishmash of local lordships. However, shortly thereafter, the Congress of Vienna brought the future town division once again, as the river Nahe became a border, and the centres on its north bank were thereby grouped into the Principality of Birkenfeld, an exclave of the Grand Duchy of Oldenburg, most of whose territory was in what is now northwest Germany, with a coastline on the North Sea. The towns of Idar and Oberstein belonged to the Barons of Daun-Oberstein (who later became the Counts of Falkenstein) until 1670. In 1865, both Idar and Oberstein were granted town rights, and finally in 1933, they were forcibly united (along with the municipalities of Algenrodt and Tiefenstein) by the Nazis to form the modern town of Idar-Oberstein. The territorial history of Idar-Oberstein’s individual centres is marked by a considerable splintering of lordly domains in the local area. Only in Napoleonic times, beginning in 1794, with its reorganization and merging of various territorial units, was some order brought to the traditional mishmash of local lordships. However, shortly thereafter, the Congress of Vienna brought the future town division once again, as the river Nahe became a border, and the centres on its north bank were thereby grouped into the Principality of Birkenfeld, an exclave of the Grand Duchy of Oldenburg, most of whose territory was in what is now northwest Germany, with a coastline on the North Sea. The towns of Idar and Oberstein belonged to the Barons of Daun-Oberstein (who later became the Counts of Falkenstein) until 1670. In 1865, both Idar and Oberstein were granted town rights, and finally in 1933, they were forcibly united (along with the municipalities of Algenrodt and Tiefenstein) by the Nazis to form the modern town of Idar-Oberstein. History up to French reorganization beginning in 1794[edit] The constituent community of Oberstein grew out of the Imperially immediate Lordship of Oberstein. The Herren vom Stein (“Lords of the Stone”) had their first documentary mention in 1075, and their seat was at Castle Bosselstein, which is now known as the Altes Schloss (“Old Palatial Castle”), and which was above where later would be built the Felsenkirche (“Crag Church”) which itself was mentioned as early as the 12th century. The core of the area over which the lordship held sway was framed by the Nahe, the Idarbach, the Göttenbach and the Ringelbach. After 1323, the Lords of the Stone were calling themselves “von Daun-Oberstein”, and they managed to expand t”
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Point of Interest
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Point of Interest
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Restaurant
“Regionale Küche, offener Grill, nette Bedienung und sehr gemütlich, nicht so laut. Liegt direkt in der Mitte der Fußgängerzone.”
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