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Hann. Münden (short for Hannoversch Münden) is a city in Southern Lower Saxony in Germany.

Source of the Weser (confluence of Werra and Fulda)

It is the half-timbered jewel at the confluence of three rivers in the Weser Mountain Region on the eastern edge of the Reinhardswald.

Get in[edit]

By train[edit]

Regional connections from Kassel, Göttingen, Witzenhausen

By car[edit]

Just of the A7 between Kassel and Göttingen or via the B3.

Get around[edit]


Town place, with the town hall on the left

With over 700 timber-framed medieval buildings and remains of the town walls there is plenty of historic architecture in the town to see.

  • 1 Renaissance Town Hall, Lotzestraße 2.
  • 2 Alte Werrabrücke. 105 metre long stone arched bridge built in 1250






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