Forbach is a scenic village in the district of Rastatt in state of Baden-Württemberg in Germany. The village stands at an altitude of 332 meters above sea level.
Forbach was given its name in during Henry II’s reign in 1360. Forbach, a heaven made on earth, is the home to the highest mountaint the district of Rastatt with an altitude of 1,055 meters above sea lever.
The wooden bridge over the Murge is the village’s main symbol and it was built from 1778 to 1779.
Other note-worthy attractions in the city include the Fordbach Railway Station with high-speed railway lines and the Murgtalmuseum.