Offenbach - Offenbach, Germany

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Offenbach - Offenbach, Germany

Offenbach am Main - Wikipedia

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Offenbach am Main, German pronunciation: [?ofnbax?am?maIn] (listen), is a German city located on the left bank the Main River in Hesse. It borders Frankfurt and forms part of the Frankfurt Rhein-Main Urban Area. It is home to 138,335 people (December 2018). [3]

The city's 20th-century economy was built around machine-building, leather making, typography, design, and the pharmaceutical and automobile industries.

Offenbach's inner city is large. It includes the historic city center and the expansions of 1800s. In the first half century, three former independent suburbs were incorporated: Burgel in 1908, Bieber in 1938, and Rumpenheim respectively in 1942.

The suburbs of Lauterborn and Rosenhohe are located south of the inner-city area. Kaiserlei is a district that borders Frankfurt in the west. Waldheim, a residential area located in the west of the city, is near Muhlheim am Main. Mathildenviertel was the official name of the eastern portion of the city's center in 2010. This was a local nickname. [4]

Offenbach, unlike other large German cities, was not divided into complete districts. Officially, only the nine mentioned neighborhoods were considered districts. The largest areas of the city were left unnamed. Locals and residents used specific names for areas and neighborhoods.