Nussbaum (or Nussbaum) is an Ortsgemeinde – a municipality belonging to a Verbandsgemeinde, a kind of collective municipality – in the Bad Kreuznach district in Rhineland-Palatinate, Germany. It is part of the Verbandsgemeinde Bad Sobernheim. Nussbaum is a village that produces’ll find blondes, brunettes, alternative girls, mistresses, curvy babes and busty mature escorts on our roster, not only ensuring that you’re spoilt for choice, but that you’re guaranteed to find your dream date companion

From the north, Nussbaum is surrounded by the municipalities of Daubach and Bockenau (although the boundary is only a few meters long), Waldböckelheim and Bad Sobernheim. The municipalities of Meddersheim, Monzingen, and Bad Sobernheim are also located within the Bad Kreuznach region. Nussbaum borders twice on Bad Sobernheim because the town’s municipal area, which is split geographically, has Nussbaum right between them. The townsite is located to the southeast, while the area to the northwest is mostly rural. 

An ice-age supply camp in the Late Stone Age is where you can find the earliest evidence of human habitation in Nussbaum. Local historians found remnants of a fireplace that contained reindeer antler fragments, bones and other evidence. This was discovered during a 1996 building excavation. The archaeological site, located about one kilometer from the village, also contained fragments of stone tools, including blade fragments. Nussbaum received its first documented mention in 1295. It was also the seat of the Knights from Nussbaum until 1400. They were vassals of the Counts. Nussbaum, along with many other places, was almost completely destroyed in the War of the Succession of Landshut (1504-1505). It was rebuilt only 100 years later from the remnants of the village. Both Catholics and Evangelicals use the church’s massive 13th-century steeple. The “tower with bells, rope and rope” is property of the secular municipality. The emperor gave one of the sons of Count Palatine Carl Theodor the title of Count of Bretzenheim in the 18th century. Carl-Theodor had the Nussbaumer Schloss, which was built new for him, put under private ownership.