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Biedenkopf is not the regular German town you would expect to visit. Biedenkopf is a spa town. It is located in the Marburg Biedenkopf district, Giessen administrative district, in the Hesse state of Germany. Biedenkopf has a population of about 13,000 residents and an area of 90 square kilometers. Biedenkopf is situated in the Rothaargebirge Mountains, on the Lahn River. Near Biedenkopf you can also visit Hatzfeld, Munchausen am Christenberg, Bad Laasphe and Bad Berlenburg, which are easy to reach by car. Famous residents of Biedenkopf include Karl Heinz Schneider, Wilhelm Henkel and Gretel Henkel. The town is twinned with La Charite sur Loire in France, Oostduinkerke and Wepion sur Meuse in Belgium, Cogoleto in Italy, Kecsked in Hungary and Neustadt an der Orla in Germany.

Top Attractions within Biedenkopf

Wallau Village Museum is a small museum located within Biedenkopf. It presents life in the small villages near the town of Biedenkopf. The great thing is that you can take a guided tour in English and this will make you understand better the history of this area. During it, you will also have the chance to see great galleries and collections of artifacts raised from the residents of Biedenkopf and of the nearby villages.

Grosssporthalle is the largest sport hall located in the city. If you want to exercise and stay in shape while traveling in Biedenkopf, this is the attraction you should visit. In this place you will have the chance to swim in a large number of pools, to train in a gym or to practice team sports with other that frequent it.

Private Holder Tractor Museum is an interesting museum that you can visit in the vicinity of Biedenkopf. In Engelbach you can admire this great attraction which has a wonderful collection of tractors. In exchange of a fee you can benefit of a guided tour to learn more about the exposed items and about the history of tractors.