Around 1000 AD to 1896
- Around 1000 AD
Mineral springs are discovered in the Löhnberg Basin on the northern slopes of the Taunus.
- Up to the 19th C.
The mineral water is exploited and international trade begins, with the water delivered in unique clay jugs. The springs dry up in the early 19th century.
- End of the 19th C.
Exploratory drilling for new mineral water springs.