While the first is still used today as a foresters house, there is nothing but ruins left of the other two. In 1935, Grethen, Hausen and Seebach were amalgamated. Overflowing Wine, you can enjoy over 150 different wines only from theBad Dürkheim region in over 50 different places throughout the fest from the mellow Riesling to the finest sweet ice-wine available in the many wine tents. . Or visit one of the many traditional Schubkärchler small traditional wine stands with scrubbed wooden tables worn smooth over the years. . Paul Camille von Denis (17961872) died in Bad Dürkheim. Economy and infrastructure edit Chapel on the Michaelsberg, the Wurstmarkts birthplace Bad Dürkheim's main industry is winegrowing. Oops, looks like somethings wrong. 6 Notable people edit Johann Michael Hartung Ralf Stegner Carl Friedrich Wilhelm (17241807 first Prince of Leiningen Emich Carl zu Leiningen (17631814 second Prince of Leiningen Philipp Fauth (18671941 schoolteacher and astronomer Heiner Dopp (b. Robert Wilhelm Bunsen (18111899) discovered by investigation of Bad Dürkheims brine springs, among them the Maxquelle, the elements rubidium and caesium. Modern sites edit On the western edge of the Wurstmarkt grounds stands the Dürkheimer Riesenfass Giant Barrel the worlds biggest barrel. The trip departs in the morning and returns the same day late evening. The Roman quarry, Kriemhildenstuhl, was in use in the 4th century. In Rhineland-Palatinate, Germany, bad Dürkheim (German pronunciation: bat dykham ) is a spa town in the, rhine-Neckar urban agglomeration, and is the seat of the. It is rung each year at 14:00 on 18 March in memory of the air raid on Bad Dürkheim in 1945, and also at 17:00 on the first Saturday in Advent, together with the other bells in the inner town, to usher in the new.