Area: 16,95 km²
Population: about 13 500
About the town: Denzlingen is located in the Upper Rhine Valley at the edge of the Black Forest between the river Elz and the Glotter. It is a member of "Denzlingen-Vörstetten-Reute" municipality union.
Denzlingen has a long history. First sources where the settlemen is mentioned date back to the times of Roman Empire - the year 984. Destroyed during the Thirty Years' War, Denzlingen has grown rapidly since the 19th century, especially after being connected to the Baden railroad system.
In 2010 Town Councils of Konstancin-Jeziorna and Denzlingen agreed on signing a partneship agreement. The date of signing the agreement is to be anounced soon.
Currently Denzlingen takes part in Konstancin-Jeziorna's project, cofinanaced by UE, 'Europe for Citizents 2007-2013' for twin cities.