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Hahn is a town located in the Kirchberg municipal association, in the Rhein Hunsruck Kreis district, in the Rhineland Palatinate state of Germany. As a vacation destination, Hahn is perfect if you look for silence and tranquility. The small town has an area of only 5 square kilometers and a population of just 165 residents, according to a study made in 2010. Hahn is historically attested since 1120 and through time its name also had the form of Haan, Han, Hane and Hain. Apparently, the meaning of the word is either "wattled fence" or "enclosed dwelling place". Near the town is located the Frankfurt Hahn Airport, which offers you a great place to arrive in the area. If you are interested about this charming city, read forward in order to find out more about the most important attractions of it.

Top Attractions within Hahn

Simultankirche St. Antonius or Saint Anthony's Simultaneous Church is the village church which was raised in the 14th century, somewhere between 1350 and 1370. This is a simultaneous church as it is used by the Evangelicals and by the Catholics living in Hahn at the same time. It is also the second oldest church of this type in the state.

An Der Gass 15 is a typically German timber framed house. It was raised in Hahn in the early 19th century. It is one of the best examples of architecture that you can admire while you visit Hahn. If you are a photography passionate, grab your camera and head to this wonderful house to immortalize it in pictures.

Kermis is the church consecration festival and the most important event of Hahn. It is a celebration held in the city in honor of the spiritual patron of Hahn. Every year, on January 17, the day of the village is celebrated with a great feast offered in the memory of Anthony the Great.