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Coat of arms of Eichenau
Coat of arms
Eichenau   is located in Germany
Coordinates: 48°10′N 11°19′E / 48.167°N 11.317°E / 48.167; 11.317Coordinates: 48°10′N 11°19′E / 48.167°N 11.317°E / 48.167; 11.317
Country Germany
State Bavaria
Admin. region Oberbayern
District Fürstenfeldbruck
 • Mayor Peter Münster (FDP)
 • Total 6.98 km2 (2.69 sq mi)
Elevation 522 m (1,713 ft)
Population (2015-12-31)[1]
 • Total 11,912
 • Density 1,700/km2 (4,400/sq mi)
Time zone CET/CEST (UTC+1/+2)
Postal codes 82223
Dialling codes 08141
Vehicle registration FFB
Website www.eichenau.de

Eichenau is a municipality in the district of Fürstenfeldbruck, in Bavaria, Germany. It is situated 20 km west of Munich (centre).

Eichenau was officially named in 1907 as a separate settlement to the community of Alling. Its location is due to the railway station on the line Munich to Lindau. The settlement grew according to plans made by district commissioner Josef Nibler in Fürstenfeldbruck since 1916. He founded the Baugenossenschaft Eichenau and managed to acquire 60 ha of land for housing projects after the First World War. Most of the population commutes to Munich. The town now has a large sports centre, complete with outdoor beach volleyball courts and tennis courtse.

Eichenau has two elementary schools ("Grundschule") and one high school ("Mittelschule").

Friedenskirche Eichenau summer 2008, Mayor Hubert Jung (left) and deputy Gabi Riehl (right)

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  • Hejo Busley, Angelika Schuster-Fox, Michael Gumtau (Hrsg.): Geschichte im Schatten einer Großstadt. Eichenau 1907–2007. Herbert Utz Verlag, München 2007, ISBN 3-8316-0717-6 (ISBN ) bzw. ISBN 978-3-8316-0717-4 (ISBN )
  • Landratsamt Fürstenfeldbruck: Der Landkreis Fürstenfeldbruck – Natur, Geschichte, Kultur, Fürstenfeldbruck 1992


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