Of archbishops, literati and swingers
The name of the camp is based on a settlement of the Mainz monastery. Already in the early Middle Ages, Nieder-Olm belonged to the archbishop of Mainz. The Klosterberg site flanks Nieder-Olm (elevated to town status in 2006). Hikers and panorama-seekers are recommended to take the slope towards Zornheimer Berg. At several vantage points with benches and a vineyard swing you have a great view over the Selz valley. The Wilhelm Holzamer Literature Trail also runs through the middle of the single vineyard. The writer (1870-1907) recorded village life in novels and painted impressionistic landscapes.
> Discover the "Virtual Tour of Nieder-Olm" by the Historical Society of Rhine-Hesse: https://www.historischer-verein-rheinhessen.de/index.php?id=20617
> More about the history of Nieder-Olm: https://www.regionalgeschichte.net/rheinhessen/nieder-olm.html
> Information about the Literature Trail as well as the Sculpture Trail on the city's website: https://www.nieder-olm.de/home/