A new bench at the market square for 50 years of the local history society

A new bench was inaugurated in front of the Vortaunusmuseum yesterday by Marion Unger, chairwoman of the Oberursel Local History Society (Verein für Geschichte und Heimatkunde) and Mayor Hans-Georg Brum.

They were accompanied by Renate Messer from the museum and format chairman Dr. Karl-F. Rittershofer.

The society is celebrating its 50th anniversary this year and decided to donate the bench at the market square.  The plaque was donated by local metal specialist Dirk Velte.

An exhibition about the society’s work is on display at the town hall until Saturday, 3rd November, 2012.

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A tour of the Mühlenwanderweg

The Mühlenwanderweg in OberurselThe local history society (Verein für Geschichte und Heimatkunde) will be offering a tour of the Mühlenwanderweg through Oberursel on Sunday, 9th October, 2011 at 2pm.

Oberursel used to have 42 mills located along the Urselbach, and the path follows their route.

The tour starts at the Taunus Information Centre and costs €5 per person, those taking part should have sturdy footwear. It will finish at the Vortaunusmuseum in the town centre.

A tour of the Mühlenwanderweg

The Mühlenwanderweg in OberurselThe local history society (Verein für Geschichte und Heimatkunde) will be offering a tour of the Mühlenwanderweg through Oberursel on Saturday, 10th September, 2011 at 2pm.

Oberursel used to have 42 mills located along the Urselbach, and the path follows their route.

The tour starts at the Taunus Information Centre and costs €5 per person, those taking part should have sturdy footwear. It will finish at the Vortaunusmuseum in the town centre.

A tour of the Mühlenwanderweg

The Mühlenwanderweg in OberurselThe local history society (Verein für Geschichte und Heimatkunde) will be offering a tour of the Mühlenwanderweg through Oberursel on Saturday, 27th August, 2011 at 2pm.

Oberursel used to have 42 mills located along the Urselbach, and the path follows their route.

The tour starts at the Taunus Information Centre and costs €5 per person, those taking part should have sturdy footwear.  It will finish at the Vortaunusmuseum in the town centre.

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