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Horben is a village in the district of Breisgau-Hochschwarzwald in Baden-Württemberg in Germany.GeographyHorben is located to the south of the city of Freiburg and east of the Hexental valley on the western slope of the Schauinsland mountain range. It lies between the mountains of "Illenberg" (642m) and "Eduardshöhe" (859m). The area is the source of the Bohrer and Selzenbach creeks. Horben lies at an altitude above 400m and is within the Southern Black Forest Nature park. Because of its proximity to the city of Freiburg new housing areas have been developed in the districts Langackern and Bohrer.ClimateThe average annual temperature at the foothills of the Black Forest is just over 9 degrees Celsius, the rainfalls reach annual average values between 900 and 950 mm, in the higher areas up to 1200 mm.AdministrationThe municipality of Horben includes the village itself and the hamlets of Bohrer, Katzental, Langackern, Münzenried, and Gerstenhalm.The neighbouring municipalities are the city of Freiburg (in particular its suburb Günterstal) and the municipalities of Au, Wittnau, Sölden and St. Ulrich in the Black Forest. Horben is part of the Municipal association of Hexental of Hexental (de).
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