//Rodelheim (Frankfurt am Main)

Rodelheim (Frankfurt am Main)

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Rodelheim (Frankfurt am Main)

Rodelheim is a district located west of Frankfurt am Main and home to 19,253 people. It has existed since April 1, 1910. It is connected to the motorway via S-Bahn station. It can be found on Frankfurt’s green belt, along the Nidda. The country house of Brentanos was visited by historical figures. Roedelheim, the subject of the Prussian monarchy’s peace treaty of September 1866, was opened in 1866. The Homburg Railway, which was a link from Frankfurt to Oberursel or Bad Homburg, was opened in 1861. In 1874 Rodelheim became a small transport hub. In 1861, the Kronberg Railway was opened. It branched from the Homburg Railway and ran via Eschborn to Kronberg. A horse-drawn tram that ran from Frankfurt to Rodelheimer Niddabrucke was also available between 1889-1895. However, it was eventually replaced by an electric tram in 1904.

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In 1881, the apple wine press Possmann was established. In 1896, the Rodelheim citizens, Peter and Heinrich Weil founded the Peter Weil & Co bike factory in Alexanderstrasse. Later, Torpedo-Werke AG,), also made office machines and mopeds. Rodelheim was made a city in 1885 and was granted the status of a town for 25 more years before it was incorporated into Frankfurt on April 1, 1911. Between 1904 and 1910, the Radilo School was constructed. The Arndt School was completed in 1914. The largest European outdoor pool, Brentanobad, was built in 1928. The city of Frankfurt acquired the second Rodelheimer Schloss Solmspark in 1933 and restored it. It was destroyed in World War II by Allied bombs.

The first castle of Rodelheim was destroyed in 1800. Construction of the second castle, which was completed only in 1860, began. The first schoolhouse was constructed in 1805. The first schoolhouse was built by Georg Brentano, a merchant who bought a country home with a garden. He then expanded the property into a park called Brentanopark. This park also contains the Petrihaus, which survived to the present day. Clemens Brentano, Johann Wolfgang von Goethe and Bettina von Arkim all visited the house during this period. Although the country house’s kitchen and garden houses are preserved, the country house is no longer in use.

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Rodelheim’s geographical location was favorable for the development of the city. The Colnische Hohe Heer- und Geleitstrasse, an ancient trade route between Frankfurt and Cologne, crosses the Nidda before crossing the Taunus ridge at Konigstein Fortress. In 1342, Rodelheim’s wooden Nidda Bridge, which was vital for the whole region between Frankfurt, Cologne, and the Taunus was first mentioned. In 1428, the imperial city Frankfurt was granted the right to build bridges. However, it also had to keep the structure in good condition. The wooden bridge was destroyed and rebuilt many times, particularly in the coalition wars between 1792-1815. The road to Bockenheim continued on the same route, crossing the Muhlgraben via a wooden bridge, swampy terrain, and a Steinbrucke stone bridge. The first regular postal service was established in Frankfurt in 1833. In 1845, the first post office was opened. In 1859, Rodelheim was established as a volunteer fire brigade.

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