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Coat of arms of Neu-Anspach
Coat of arms
Neu-Anspach   is located in Germany
Coordinates: 50°17′35″N 08°30′32″E / 50.29306°N 8.50889°E / 50.29306; 8.50889Coordinates: 50°17′35″N 08°30′32″E / 50.29306°N 8.50889°E / 50.29306; 8.50889
Country Germany
State Hesse
Admin. region Darmstadt
District Hochtaunuskreis
 • Mayor Klaus Hoffmann (CDU)
 • Total 36.14 km2 (13.95 sq mi)
Elevation 342 m (1,122 ft)
Population (2015-12-31)[1]
 • Total 14,624
 • Density 400/km2 (1,000/sq mi)
Time zone CET/CEST (UTC+1/+2)
Postal codes 61267
Dialling codes 06081
Vehicle registration HG

Neu-Anspach is a town in the Hochtaunuskreis in Hesse, Germany.


from above
Market place located in Hessenpark

Neighbouring communities[edit]

Neu-Anspach borders in the north on the town of Usingen, in the east on the community of Wehrheim, in the south on the town of Bad Homburg and in the west on the community of Schmitten.

Economy and infrastructure[edit]


The nearest Autobahn interchange on the A 661 is about 13 km from the community's centre. The interchange on the A 5 is about 15 km away, Bad Homburg about 12 km and Frankfurt International Airport about 35 km.

As for local public transport there are direct connections to Frankfurt am Main and Bad Homburg with the RMV (Rhein-Main-Verkehrsverbund or Rhine-Main Transport Network) line 15, known as the Taunusbahn. Moreover, there are buslines to Usingen and Königstein im Taunus.

Near Neu-Anspach lies the Anspach Airport.

Educational institutions[edit]

In Neu-Anspach there is an integrated comprehensive school with a gymnasial upper level, the Adolf-Reichwein-Schule, as well as the primary school at the Hasenberg and the one on the Wiesenau.

Adolf-Reichwein-Schule takes part in a cultural exchange with Monroe High School located in Monroe, Wisconsin. This exchange takes place every other year with the German students going to Monroe in the fall of even numbered years, and the U.S. students going to Germany the following summer.

Culture and sightseeing[edit]

The best known attractions are:


  • Fritz Jäger (1911–1918)
  • Emil Becker (1918–1933)
  • Rudolf Henrici (1933–1946)
  • Heinrich Schneider (1946–1960)
  • Rudolf Selzer (1960–1984)
  • Heinz Born (1984–1991)
  • Rudi Rübsamen (temporary) (1991–1993)
  • Gerd Hillen (1993–2005)
  • Klaus Hoffmann (since 2005)[2]


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