//Berkersheim (Frankfurt am Main)

Berkersheim (Frankfurt am Main)

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Berkersheim (Frankfurt am Main)

Since April 1, 1910, Berkersheim is a district in Frankfurt am Main’s northeast. Berkersheim, home to 3,881 people, is Frankfurt’s third-smallest area after the train station and airport districts. This is a very unusual district for such a large city. Berkersheim is located on the Berger Rucken’s northern slope, with the Lohrberg at its highest elevation. It extends to the Niddatal where it is above the Nidda’s knee, approximately 7 km northeast from the city center. The railway line runs from Dorf to Niddatal since the construction of Main-Weser’s railway in the middle 19th century.

Many meadow orchards, including apple trees, are found on the Berger Rucken. From their juice, the region’s specialty apple wine is produced. Berkersheim also has the Azur spring, whose water is bottled for mineral water.

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Berkersheim was originally part of an imperial estate called the Bornheimerberg, which was given to the Lords in Hanau as a pledge starting in 1320 and as fief beginning 1434. Numerous German rulers pledged Berkersheim and the Bornheimerberg to Hanau. This contradictory behavior led naturally to a dispute, particularly since Frankfurt considered itself “surrounded” in the Hanau region. Frankfurt tried everything to stop this. In 1481, the settlement was finally reached. Frankfurt was granted three villages by the office, while Hanau remained in the other two. Berkersheim eventually came to the foreCounty Hanau-Muenzenberg. In 1485, the Counts of Hanau were able to turn the imperial fief into a property. The village was given by the counts and lords of Hanau to the rogues from Bergen. Here were also property rights for the Teutonic Order, the Counts Solms, and the Falkenstein- and Cronberg families.

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The Reformation began in the County Hanau- Munzenberg in the middle of 16th century in its Lutheran form. The county’s denomination was again changed in a “second Reformation”. Count Philipp Ludwig II, who took office in 1597, had a strongly reformist church policy. He used the jus Reformandi, his sovereign right to decide the religion of his subjects and enforced the reformed confession as binding.

Berkersheim was in French military administration during Napoleonic times. It then belonged to Grand Duchy of Frankfurt, Department of Hanau from 1810-1813. The “Electorate of Hesse” was then given it back to Hesse-Kassel. In 1821, a fundamental administrative reform was made here: the Bornheimerberg was included in the newly created district of Hanau. Berkersheim was assigned to the Frankfurt district in 1886. The city of Frankfurt was incorporated on April 1, 1910. Berkersheim was then granted a school building, which is still in use today.

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