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Fechenheim (Frankfurt am Main)

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Fechenheim (Frankfurt am Main)

The place was known for being the best fishing village in early days. The oldest known reliable reference dates back to the year 977. It is not possible to find evidence that the village was called “Uechenheim” in the year 881. The village passed to the von Speyer-Weiss families in 1412, after several previous owners. The village was acquired by Count Philipp I, Hanau- Munzenberg in 1473 and 1484. In 1484, the king also enfeoffed him at the local court. Fechenheim was part of the Bornheimerberg region in Hanau. The Bartholomäusstift in Frankfurt was the patron of the local church.

After the First World War, Frankfurt’s Osthafen was extended and came up against eastern Frankfurt city limits. This led to discussions about incorporation. On December 17, 1926, Adolf Miersch, the Mayor of Fechenheim (* 1887; +1955), and Ludwig Landmann, the Lord Mayor, signed the incorporation agreement. Fechenheim was established as the easternmost area of Frankfurt on April 1, 1928. It had 10,000 residents and a 711 hectare land area. This was a huge loss for Hanau as Fechenheim repaid a large portion of its trade tax.

Martin Elsaesser, an architect and professor at university, designed the indoor garden pool in Fechenheim in 1927. It was an unexpected gift that made the decision to integrate Frankfurt into the city more interesting. At the time, the town was still independent. The indoor pool was an innovative innovation at that time. The former municipal indoor pool in Fechenheim was taken over by the Bornheim gymnastics club. The TG Bornheim 2009 added a log cabin sauna to the sauna area.

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The Reformation was first established in its Lutheran form in County Hanau- Munzenberg in the middle of the 16th century. The County of Hanau was changed in a second Reformation. Count Philipp Ludwig II followed a reformist church policy starting in 1597. The ius reformandi, his sovereign right to decide the denomination of his subjects, was used by him and became binding for the entire county. The Roman Catholic Bartholomausstift rejected a Protestant to appoint a Pastor, the guardianship ruling of Count Philipp Ludwig I was Hanau- Munzenberg for the underage occupied the right and united Fechenheim ecclesiastically, also in Hanau.

In many parts of Hanau- Munzenberg, Lutheran congregations were formed again after the 1642 conversion to the Lutheran Grafenhaus Hanau–Lichtenberg. Fechenheim was blessed with its own pastor in 1672. He also took care of the Lutheran congregation at Bergen. In 1719, Rumpenheim’s Reformed congregation was split and its own congregation was established.

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Johann Reinhard III, the last Hanau count, died. In 1736, Landgrave Friedrich I. of Hesse-Kassel took over the county Hanau-Munzenberg. He also inherited Fechenheim through an inheritance contract dated 1643. The place has been in the possession of the Landgraviate Hessen-Kassel, Amt Bergen (formerly Amt Bornheimerberg).

The Hanauer Landstrasse, which was originally built as a major traffic route connecting Frankfurt and Hanau in 1765, was extended. Here was the opening of the first inn, “Zur Mainkur” at the end of the 18th century.

The Prince Wolfgang Ernst II of Isenburg-Birstein, who lived in the nearby village of Fechenheim south of the Main, saw Fechenheim as a possibility and wanted to make it his principality. Wolfgang Christian von Goldner, the future Chief Minister in Isenburg, went to Paris in 1801 with Hereditary Prince Carl Friedrich. They were there to negotiate an exchange of territory. Isenburg wanted his part, the left bank of the stream that flows through Gelnhaar. (Today, it is the municipality of Ortenberg), and exchange it for Fechenheim, which lies on the right side. The diplomatic mission failed however.

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