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Hemer, Hönnetalstrasse/Hauptstrasse

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Hemer, Hönnetalstrasse/Hauptstrasse

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Hemer is a town in the Märkischer Kreis district, in North Rhine-Westphalia, Germany. Geography: Hemer is located at the north end of the Sauerland near the Ruhr river. The highest elevation, at 546 metres (1,791 ft), is in the "Balver Wald" in the south of the city. The lowest elevation, at 160 metres (525 ft), is at the "Edelburg" in the northeast. History: Burial mounds show that around 1250 BC, Bronze Age shepherds and farmers lived in the area. Graves from the time of the Merovingian Franks around the year 650 were found near the present city centre. Hemer was first mentioned in 1072 by its old name "Hademare" in a document of bishop Anno II of Cologne, granting lands to the newly founded Benedictine Grafschaft Abbey, including St. Vitus' church and two farms, the later "Haus Hemer" and the "Hedhof". In 1124 the parish of St. Vitus was separated from the parish of Menden. Hemer remained an unimportant settlement without market rights, even when the Counts of the Mark gained ... Read more about Hemer on Wikipedia

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