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Homberg is a small town in the northern part of Hesse , a state in central Germany , with about 15, inhabitants. It is the seat of the Schwalm-Eder district. In , the town hosted the 48th Hessentag state festival. The town itself stretches over several hills underlain mainly with basalt. There exist small coal deposits in the immediate area. Homberg was founded by the Hessian-Thuringian Landgraves and had its first documentary mention as a town in The place had indeed been settled earlier, but Homberg still celebrated its th anniversary as a town in The town's name comes from the Hohenburg , the castle above Homberg.
In August the town was taken by Imperialist forces. Like most German towns, Homberg was likely laid out according to a plan in Hohenstaufen times — Peculiarities in the way that Homberg was built, not apparent at first glance, hint at something recognizable as a town plan. Homberg is in itself a double town, consisting of the Old Town Altstadt , first mentioned in a document in , and Die Freiheit "The Freedom".
Die Freiheit was an independent town, having been founded in and united with the Old Town in The Old Town itself consisted of three wards. Looking at the town map, the three main ways into the town through the former gateways can be recognized: The middle and end point of each of the street connections in the town is the marketplace , over which rises the town church, St.
Marien, once surrounded by the town's cemetery. A regular plan is not to be seen in the town. However, in one way the town has something in common with many other towns founded in the Middle Ages that is only noticeable at second glance: In particular, building crooked streets was a way of giving them some aesthetic appeal, as with the Untergasse. Crookedness limits the streetscape optically, and at the end of the street is a T-junction, with a view of houses opposite.
In the Untergasse , this was the town's former brewhouse, standing on the corner of the Untergasse "Lower Lane" and the Entengasse "Duck Lane". The Untergasse's original alignment was lost as a result of town renovations. It can now only be discerned by looking at houses' positions or by looking over the town. The same effect was achieved when the town planner staggered the side lanes or had them meet the main streets at a slanted angle. By deftly planning the town in this way, even drafts were avoided.