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In 1959, the first new town development, Oberlinden, was built.The population figure rose from 9,077 in 1939 to 28,500 in 1983. The first councillor is Klaus-Dieter Schneider (independent, formerly CDU).The town museum is found at the Old Town Hall in the Old Town.

Langen borders in the north and northeast on the town of Dreieich, in the south on the community of Egelsbach and in the west on the town of Mörfelden-Walldorf (Groß-Gerau district). Its Stadtteile are: The earliest community here may have arisen about AD 500 or 600, settled by Frankish migrants.

Since the Lorsch Abbey hardly worried very much about their landholdings, the Lords of Hagen-Münzenberg came over the course of time to be the land’s effective owners.

When the Hagen-Münzenberg family died out in 1255, the place passed to the Lords of Falkenstein.

Pitthan, after 18 years in office, was named an honorary citizen.

This makes Gebhardt, after Johannes Steitz (1946-1948), Wilhelm Umbach (1948-1966), Hans Kreiling (1966-1990) and Dieter Pitthan (1990-2008) Langen’s fifth elected SPD mayor since the Second World War.

Langen borders in the north and northeast on the town of Dreieich, in the south on the community of Egelsbach and in the west on the town of Mörfelden-Walldorf (Groß-Gerau district). Its Stadtteile are: The earliest community here may have arisen about AD 500 or 600, settled by Frankish migrants.

Since the Lorsch Abbey hardly worried very much about their landholdings, the Lords of Hagen-Münzenberg came over the course of time to be the land’s effective owners.

When the Hagen-Münzenberg family died out in 1255, the place passed to the Lords of Falkenstein.

Pitthan, after 18 years in office, was named an honorary citizen.

This makes Gebhardt, after Johannes Steitz (1946-1948), Wilhelm Umbach (1948-1966), Hans Kreiling (1966-1990) and Dieter Pitthan (1990-2008) Langen’s fifth elected SPD mayor since the Second World War.

In 1812, Langen was raised to market community and in 1821 to seat of the Landratsbezirk, practically making Langen a district seat, although in 1832 it had to yield this function to Groß-Gerau and Offenbach. In 1846, the Main-Neckar Railway was built with a railway station in Langen. In 1883, the community was granted town rights by Grand Duke Ludwig IV.