Deidesheim

Deidesheim

Deidesheim is a town of about 3,700 inhabitants situated in Rhineland-Palatinate Bad Dürkheim district in the northwest of the Rhine-Neckar. Since 1 January 1973, the city of the municipality Deidesheim belongs to whose administrative center it is. The place name was first mentioned in the year 699, but the settlement was built on its present site probably only in the 13th century to the former prince-bishop's palace around. In 1395 Deidesheim was awarded city rights by the Czech and German king Wenceslas and has since - except for the years 1819 to 1838 - as a city. Since 770 viticulture is demonstrably operated here. At the beginning of the 19th century Deidesheim was the first place the Palatinate, whose wineries began to operate quality viticulture. Today Deidesheim is one of the largest wine-growing region of Pfalz, the wine is the most important addition to tourism Deidesheim economic factor.

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