Erbendorf is a town in the Upper Palatinate (Oberpfalz) region of Germany. As of December, 2006, the town has a population of 5,341.
The following villages are incorporated into the town: Aschenhof, Birkenreuth, Boxdorf, Eppenhof, Frodersreuth, Glashütte, Gössenreuth, Gramlhof, Grötschenreuth, Hauxdorf, Inglashof, Napfberg, Neuenreuth, Pfaben, Plärn, Schadenreuth, Siegritz, Steinbach, Straßenschacht, Thann, Wäldern, Wetzldorf, and Wildenreuth.
Main Attractions of Erbendorf
- Hiking and biking in the Stienwald region; a mountain range and a national park well known for its long-distance trials.
- The Mining Museum of Erbendorf, as the city has a very rich mining history.
- A public recreation center equipped with two heated outdoor pools.
Sons and daughters of the city
Personalities who have worked in the city
- Norbert Scharf (1952-2010), Landtag deputy (SPD), was from 2005 to 2008 member of the town council of Erbendorf