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|Stadtteil of Offenbach am Main|
Aerial picture of Bieber from the west
|Town||Offenbach am Main|
|Time zone||CET/CEST (UTC+1/+2)|
The village's name is derived from the Celtic people. Bieber as such was first mentioned in 791 as Biberaha in a donation.
Into the 19th century, Bieber's population was Roman Catholic. Now there is the catholic parish St. Nikolaus and a Protestant parish.
In 1938, the former municipality Bieber was merged with Offenbach.
Bieber is part of the S-Bahn Rhein-Main-System with two S-Bahn stations: Offenbach-Bieber station is near the centre of the village and the other is in the borough of Bieber-Waldhof (3,500 Inhabitants in 2005).
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