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The most important attraction is the water castle in Großsachsenheim. Built in the 14th century, burned down in 1542 and rebuilt in 1544. 1952 the castle was purchased by the city Großsachsenheim and is since 1962 the town hall.
Sachsenheim St. Fabian and Sebastian
Evangelische Stadtkirche "St. Fabian and Sebastian "in Großsachsenheim, former fortified church
Remains of the old city wall with tower
Evangelische Stadtkirche Kleinsachsenheim, former fortified church, rebuilt in 1460 and 1619, reconstruction 1948-1950
Town hall Kleinsachsenheim, half-timbered building, first mentioned in 1614
Parish Church "St. George "Hohenhaslach from 1230. Valuable early Gothic frescos
Hohenhaslach St. Georg
Village road Ochsenbach, half-timbered houses from the 16th to 18th centuries
Protestant parish "Our Lady" Ochsenbach, built around 1290, Gothic frescoes of 1430
Evangelical church "St. Remigius "Häfnerhaslach, Gothic choir with ribbed vaults, frescoes (around 1400)
North of Ochsenbach is the telecommunication tower Cleebronn
Sachsenheim is located approximately 30 kilometers from the state capital Stuttgart.
Car: Bundesautobahn 81 exit Ludwigsburg-Nord, continues on B 27 and L 1125 to Großsachsenheim
Railway: Sachsenheim is connected to the rail network by the in Großsachsenheim located station Sachsenheim to the Württemberg Western Railway (Bietigheim-Bissingen-Bruchsal); the station serves the regional express-line Stuttgart-Bietigheim-Bissingen-Mühlacker-Heidelberg, the Regional Express-line Stuttgart-Bietigheim-Bissingen-Mühlacker-Pforzheim-Karlsruhe and the tram -lines S5 / S6 (Bietigheim-Bissingen-Mühlacker-Pforzheim-Karlsruhe-Wörth or Bietigheim-Bissingen-Mühlacker-Pforzheim-Wildbad)
The city Sachsenheim became known nationwide when it became public that the RAF-terrorists Christian Klar, Knut Folkerts and Günter Sonnenberg had set up several weeks in the residential and commercial complex opposite the train station. After the attack on Siegfried Buback the police found here the getaway car - a silver-gray Alfa Romeo Giulia.