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ⓘ Reinhausen




Reinhausen
                                     

ⓘ Reinhausen

Reinhausen is the largest village in the municipality Gleichen in the district Gottingen, Germany. It is also the seat of government for the Gleichen. The village has 1.500 residents. The village mayor is Ulrike Benstem. The village was settled in the tenth century or earlier. Along the main road running through the village are medieval cross-in-circles carved into the massive stone hillside. Originally begun in the tenth century as a castle, the Lutheran church in the village was formerly a monastery.

The Rheinhausen is largely a mix of agricultural and residential village district of the city of göttingen, about ten kilometers to the North. There are a few shops in the village, serving the local needs. Near the town is Wendebach reservoir, a popular local lake and Park.

                                     
  • Meginhard IV of Formbach 10. Herman I, Count of Winzenburg 21. Matilda of Reinhausen 5. Sophie of Winzenburg 11. a Countess of Everstein 1. Albert II, Margrave
  • 26. Heinrich I, Count of Stade 13. Hildegard of Stade 27. Hildegard of Reinhausen 3. Gertrude of Saxony 28. Berthold of Schweinfurt 14. Henry of Schweinfurt
  • IV leased around 400 Hufen of the palace s estate to Udo von Gleichen - Reinhausen Bishop of Hildesheim, probably a gift to secure the bishop s support
  • 3. Hedwig of Brandenburg 28. Meginhard IV of Formbach 14. Hermann I, Count of Winzenburg 29. Matilda of Reinhausen 7. Sophie of Winzenburg 15. Hedwig
  • Preceded by Azelin Bishop of Hildesheim 1054 1079 Succeeded by Udo of Gleichen - Reinhausen
  • 3. Hedwig of Brandenburg 28. Meginhard IV of Formbach 14. Hermann I, Count of Winzenburg 29. Matilda of Reinhausen 7. Sophie of Winzenburg 15. Hedwig

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