South of Bergheim lies the Weststadt, with its beautiful old facades. It is a district much in demand amongst potential house buyers today. To the west of it, you will find the main railway station. It is only recently, since 1935, that the Südstadt has developed and expanded. It now joins the Weststadt along the Mark-Twain-Village and the NATO Headquarters, with the former village Rohrbach to its south. Rohrbach had already been documented as early as 766 CE. and, like Heidelberg itself, suffered damage in the Thirty-Years-War and the French-Palatinate War of Succession. The districts of Boxberg and Emmertsgrund are situated on a rise above Rohrbach, and have only really grown in the last 50 years.