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Geisenfeld is a town in the district of Pfaffenhofen, in Bavaria, Germany. It is situated on the river Ilm, 16km southeast of Ingolstadt. The town grew up around Geisenfeld Abbey, a convent founded in 1037.SubdivisionsGeisenfeld has twelve districts, formerly independent municipalities: EngelbrechtsmünsterGaden including Wasenstadt and FurthofGeisenfeldGeisenfeldwindenIlmendorf including EinbergNöttingParleiten including Eichelberg, Holzleiten and ScheuerhofRottenegg including Hornlohe, Moosmühle and BrunnSchillwitzried including Schillwitzhausen, Schafhof and GießübelUntermettenbach including Obermettenbach and ZiegelstadelUnterpindhart including Kolmhof, Untereulenthal and ObereulenthalZell including Ainau, Ritterswörth, Unterzell and OberzellSons and daughters of the town Gregor Strasser (1892-1934), national socialist politician, publisher and participant in Hitler-Ludendorff-Putsch
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