Ebsdorfergrund - Centres


The community consists of the following centres (Ortsteile):

  • Beltershausen
  • Dreihausen (Basalt quarry)
  • Ebsdorf
  • Hachborn
  • Heskem-Mölln
  • Ilschhausen
  • Leidenhofen
  • Rauischholzhausen (Schloss Rauischholzhausen stately home with Schlosspark owned by University of Giessen)
  • Roßberg
  • Wermertshausen
  • Wittelsberg

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