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'''Regen''' is a town in [[Bavaria]], [[Germany]], capital of the district of [[Regen (district)|Regen]].
 
== Geography ==
Regen is situated on the great [[Regen River]], located in the Bavarian Forest.
 
=== Division of the town ===
Originally the town consisted of 4 districts, Bürgerholz, Grubhügel, Riedham and St. Johann.
 
* [[Image:Flag of Germany.svg|25px]] [[Roth bei Nürnberg]], [[Germany]]
 
== Notable places==
The "Niederbayrisches Landwirtschaftsmuseum" is a museum showing the history of agriculture and society in Lower Bavaria from the 18th and 19th century.
 
The "Fressendes Haus" is a former domicile of the poets [[Clara Nordström]] (1886–1962) and [[Siegfried von Vegesack]] (1888–1974), which was transformed in a museum in 1984 presenting different expositions of historical art and the archeological excavations at the castle ruin of ''Weißenstein''.
 
== Economy ==
Tourism figures largely in the local economy, with over 64,000 visitors accounting for 220,000 over-night stays last year.
 
==References==
== External links ==
{{Reflist}}
 
== External links ==
*[http://www.regen.de Official site] {{de icon}}
*[http://www.pichelsteinerfest.com Pichelsteinerfest Regen] {{de icon}}
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