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Biebrich is a borough of the city Wiesbaden, Hesse, Germany, located in the Rhine-Main-Area near Frankfurt, opposite of Mombach. Biebrich was an independent city until it was incorporated into Wiesbaden in 1926. History: Biebrich was first mentioned in 874 as "villa biburc". Until the 20th century Biebrich was a small town (or rather village) and the Summer Residence of the Princes (Fürsten) and (since 1806) Dukes of Nassau, who built up an imposing baroque castle (1700-1744, Architects: Maximilian von Welsch / Friedrich Joachim Stengel) with a landscape garden (Friedrich Ludwig von Sckell, 1817-23) at the banks of River Rhine. In the 19th century, Biebrich became an important industrial center of the Rhine-Main-Area with the plants of Dyckerhoff (Concrete), Kalle and Albert (Chemistry), and Henkell (sparkling wine = Sekt). In the economical crisis of the post-world-war-I-Era, the small town, struck hard by unemployment of the majority of his working-class residents, ... Read more about Biebrich on Wikipedia

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