Didenheim is a common French located in the southern suburbs of Mulhouse. It belongs to the department Haut-Rhin and area Alsace. Its inhabitants is called Didemers. It is located just beside Mulhouse.
HistoryProbably occupied since the Neolithic era, the village is quoted as of 796 in a donation with the abbey of Murbach which keeps goods with Didenheim lasting of the centuries. To the 17th century, the village passes to the hands Besenval which make move the fair of St Gall which was held on Gallenberg towards Brunstatt, become the seat of their baronnie. The wars did not éparné the village throughout its history. On Gallenberg set up a church intended for the 3 surrounding villages. It does not exist today any more and was replaced by a vault become goal of walk. The village is bordered by the river Ill. Marie Augustin Zwiller, painter, is originating in the village. One as of its fabrics is exposed in the parish church.
provisional population for 2005: 1.675
Places and monuments
Personalities related to the communeJacques Higelin - the cradle of its family is in this locality.
- Common of Haut-Rhin
- the site of the commune of Didenheim
- Didenheim on the site of the national geographical Institute
- Didenheim on the site of INSEE
- Didenheim on the site of Quid
- Localization of Didenheim on a chart of France and communes bordering
- Plane on Didenheim on Mapquest
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