Udorf - district of Marsberg


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Udorf is picturesquely situated in a flat floodplain up to 300 m wide. The village was first mentioned in a document in 1107.

Ortsansicht Udorf

Kath. Kirche St. Josef Udorf

Ortswappen Udorf

Schäfer Glockengrund Udorf

Wasserrad Udorf


Udorf - district of Marsberg

Bäckerstraße 8

34431 Marsberg

Telefon: 02992-8200




In the coat of arms, the golden band of the Orpe with the mill wheel refers to the economic importance of the river with its mill, Hamme and sawmill. The tree is a symbol of life and prosperity, which is largely based on forest ownership. The Waldeck star is a reminder of the good neighborly relations with the Principality of Waldeck.

The Catholic church of St. Josef is idyllically situated in the village center.

The circular hiking trail on the rough pastures in the "Glockengrund" nature reserve preserves a natural and cultural heritage. In the Glockengrund, you walk on old seabed over the Glockenrücken or through the Hummelgrund and, with a bit of luck, you may come across a shepherd with his flock. Light and warmth-loving plants such as sunflowers, gentians and orchids grow on the calcareous grassland.

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