Hausham is a municipality in the district of Miesbach in Bavaria in Germany.
Geography [ edit ]
geographical classification [ edit ]
Hausham is located approximately 45 km south of
Munich, between Miesbach and Schliersee. It is surrounded to the south by mountains, including Huberspitz (1.052 m) and Neureuth (1.261 m).
Districts [ edit ]
Hausham's 13 districts are:
Twin towns [ edit ]
History [ edit ]
Hausham was created from the town of
Agatharied on 27 April 1922. This was due to Hausham's growth through coal mining.
The first brown coal mine was opened in 1860 but couldn't compete with the cheaper fossil oil and mineral coal and closed 106 years later in 1966.
Transportation [ edit ]
Public transportation [ edit ]
Hausham is located on a direct railway line to
Munich and has two stations: (Hausham and Agatharied). The line is operated by the private railway Bayerische Oberlandbahn. In addition to rail links, the Hausham area is served by the RVO local bus service.
Famous people in Hausham [ edit ]
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