Mountain Biking Highlight (Segment)
Deinsen is said to have been mentioned in 1146 in a document of Hildesheim Bishop Bernward. However, the Romanesque part of the church tower, which dates back to the 12th century, also speaks for its advanced age. The town of Deinsen was originally called "Deynhusen" in the "Description of Sala in Amt Lauenstein" from 1744 in the 13th and 14th century, but in the 17th century Dedensen and later commonly Deynsen, but sometimes also Dedensen. It seems that the place got its name from serving or serving, because the inhabitants had to perform many kinds of services. Thus, a "Dedenser mill" was mentioned, the only one (Mahl-) course but rarely had enough water. Furthermore, it was mentioned u. a. the "Theinbecke" (Theinbeeke) and the "Soldbeck or Oelebeck" (Solbach). At Dr. Rudorff ("The Office Lauenstein", description, 1845) is the place usually called Deensen, but of his Deinsen.Source Wikipedia
March 2, 2018
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