Großkrotzenburg

Großkrotzenburg is a municipality in the Main-Kinzig district, in Hesse, Germany. It has a population of around 7,500.

Großkrotzenburg
Coat of arms of Großkrotzenburg
Coat of arms
Location of Großkrotzenburg within Main-Kinzig-Kreis district
Großkrotzenburg in MKK.svg
Großkrotzenburg is located in Germany
Großkrotzenburg
Großkrotzenburg
Großkrotzenburg is located in Hesse
Großkrotzenburg
Großkrotzenburg
Coordinates: 50°05′N 08°59′E / 50.083°N 8.983°E / 50.083; 8.983Coordinates: 50°05′N 08°59′E / 50.083°N 8.983°E / 50.083; 8.983
CountryGermany
StateHesse
Admin. regionDarmstadt
DistrictMain-Kinzig-Kreis
Government
 • MayorThorsten Bauroth (Ind.)
Area
 • Total7.45 km2 (2.88 sq mi)
Elevation
112 m (367 ft)
Population
 (2018-12-31)[1]
 • Total7,559
 • Density1,000/km2 (2,600/sq mi)
Time zoneCET/CEST (UTC+1/+2)
Postal codes
63538
Dialling codes06186
Vehicle registrationMKK, HU, GN, SLÜ
Websitewww.grosskrotzenburg.de

The town is mainly known for its swimming lake and its coal-fired power station.

GeographyEdit

LocationEdit

Großkrotzenburg is located in the extreme southwest of the Main-Kinzig district, in the southeast of Hesse, bordering on Bavaria. It lies on the right bank of the river Main.

Part of the municipal territory is covered by the Kahler Seenplatte [de], a system of lakes created by mining and (gravel) quarrying that stretches across the Hessian-Bavarian border and is named after the town Kahl am Main.

 
Großkrotzenburg municipal territory

Neighbouring communitiesEdit

Großkrotzenburg borders on (from the north, clockwise) Hanau, Kahl am Main (in (Aschaffenburg district), and Hainburg (in Offenbach district).

InfrastructureEdit

UtilitiesEdit

Kraftwerk Staudinger is a coal-fired thermal power station located west of the town, directly on the Main river. Due to the size of its cooling towers, the power plant is a local landmark.

TransportEdit

Großkrotzenburg lies on the Bundesstrasse 8.

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ "Bevölkerungsstand am 31.12.2018". Hessisches Statistisches Landesamt (in German). July 2019.

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