Heddinghausen - district of Marsberg


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The small community of Heddinghausen is located in the southeast of the city area. In the 13th century also called Heddinchosen, Heddinchusen, Hetdinhusen or also Hetinchusen, the place is already mentioned in 1250.

Blick auf Heddinghausen

Ortswappen Heddinghausen

Kath. Kirche St. Hubertus Heddinghausen

Randebrock-Orgel St. Hubertus Kirche

Jüdischer Friedhof Heddinghausen


Heddinghausen - district of Marsberg

Bäckerstraße 8

34431 Marsberg

Telefon: 02992-8200




The ears of corn on the coat of arms are a sign of the fertile region with its predominantly agricultural character. The stag is a reference to the church patron Saint Hubert. The center of the village is the parish church "St. Hubertus" with an interior worth seeing and its unique Randebrock organ, which was completely restored in 1998.

Three local hiking trails, one of which leads along the Jewish cemetery, invite you to explore the small community with beautiful views of the charming landscape.

Discover Heddinghausen:

Main opening times:

Sunday opened
Monday opened
Tuesday opened
Wednesday opened
Thursday opened
Friday opened
Saturday opened


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