GEWICHT: 52 kg
Services: Dreier MMF, Lesbische Spiele, Lesbenshow einfach, Duo: moglich, Dildospiele passiv
Hatzfeld borders in the north and east on the town of Battenberg Waldeck-Frankenberg , in the south on the town of Biedenkopf Marburg-Biedenkopf , and in the west on the town of Bad Berleburg Siegen-Wittgenstein in North Rhine-Westphalia. Hatzfeld had its first documentary mention in In , the community was granted town rights. After the Hatzfeld branch of the House of Hatzfeld died out in , half the town, and later the whole, passed to the County of Hesse. In , Hatzfeld passed to Prussia , and under Prussian law lost its town rights in After Prussia was dissolved, Hatzfeld once again became a town in Reddighausen, nowadays one of Hatzfeld's constituent communities, had its first documentary mention in , at that time still under the name Redinchusen.
Already by Reddighausen had inhabitants; nowadays as of there are roughly Lindenhof is a hamlet and one of Hatzfeld's constituent communities. Its name, unlike what might be assumed, has nothing to do with linden trees, even though there is a "namesake" tree growing in the community "Linden" is Linde — plural, Linden — in German , but rather with linen Leinen , which in earlier times was woven here.
In , Lindenhof celebrated years of existence, even though various sources point to a greater age. What is known is that in , a Hatzfeld townsman named Eckhardt went into the lovely dale here and acquired a newly built agricultural estate. In , there were already six households in Lindenhof. In , the hamlet got its own schoolteacher, who taught in a private house.
In , there were 77 people living in Lindenhof. In , Lindenhof got its own school , which lasted until when its functions were transferred to a new central school in Hatzfeld. By the beginning of the First World War , 21 residential buildings had appeared in the dale, although some of them were in the separate hamlet of Hof Roda. In , what is arguably Hesse's smallest half-timbered church was consecrated in Lindenhof. The town council's 23 seats are apportioned thus, in accordance with municipal elections held on 26 March The current civic coat of arms was conferred in , but the charges shown within it date back to the 14th century, from which time an old town seal is known.
The arms show a town wall with a gateway flanked by towers. Also in the arms above the gateway is an inescutcheon showing the arms of the Lords later also Counts and Princes of Hatzfeld, who died out in The size and shape of the various charges in the arms have changed over the ages.