Amorbach is a town in the lower Frankish district of Miltenberg in the Bavarian Odenwald with almost 4000 inhabitants. Originally, it was the site of the Benedictine monastery of Amorbach, which gradually developed into a village and received the city status in 1253.
In addition to the Catholic Gangolf Church, which was built in baroque style from 1751 – 1753, the Benedictine Abbey, which dates back more than 1250 years, is worth a visit. There are also some late Gothic buildings, such as the Old Town Hall and the Amtskellerei, as well as numerous half-timbered houses. The museum Collection Berger with the teapot museum is unique, at least in the European area.