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Gensingen is a village of 400 people (2018) in the Naheland. Its evangelical church has an historic stub organ.



The place was first mentioned in a deed of donation on November 1, 768, when Faginolf gave the Lorsch Abbey everything he had in the Ggau district of Nahegau.

Get in[edit]

On the B41 between Bad Kreuznach and Ingelheim. Only a few kilometres from the Autobahn taking junction 50 or 51 of the A61.

The rail station is on the Bingen - Worms line. Trains from the Nahetalbahn and the Rheinhessenbahn stop at the train station in Gensingen.

Get around[edit]


Evangelical Church
  • 1 Evangelical Church, Kirchgasse 5. Built in the 1770s. The church has a historic stub organ was built in 1774/1778 and restored in 2000. Concerts are held here regularly.



  • 1 Globus, Binger Straße, +49 6727 9100. Large discount supermarket and household goods store.


  • 1 Sutter's Landhaus, Kreuznacher Straße 61, +49 6727 897170. Excellent German food. Restaurant and hotel in modernised and rebuilt brick mill.




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