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It is easily reached by the A 92 autobahn and regional trains on the Munich—Regensburg line. Furthermore, it takes just 10 minutes to get to Munich airport. Moosburg is popular with commuters who travel to Munich, Freising, and Munich airport. There is considerable industry in the town consisting of chemical, electro-technical, food processing, and machine-building plants. There was a Benedictine abbey in Moosburg in the 8th century: a cluster of dwellings and artisans sprang up around it.
In the 12th century, a town was established and received its first charter in The walls and moat were completed in the 15th century. The town reached its peak during the early part of the 16th century. In , the Benedictines moved to Landshut , reducing Moosburg's importance. Sieges and plundering during the Thirty Year War started the decline of the town. In , a fire reduced half the buildings to ashes.
Moosburg suffered further depredation during the War of the Austrian Succession and the Napoleonic Wars. Another disastrous fire in resulted in the downtown area being redeveloped in the style of the late 19th century. During the s and s, new industries revived the town. By early , the number of registered prisoners had grown to more than 70,—including many in associated labor camps.
It is likely that the presence of this camp close to the town center spared it from large-scale bombing. After the liberation of the camp by the Americans at the end of April , it was turned into Civilian Internment Camp 6 for 12, German men and women suspected of criminal activity for the Nazi regime. From , the camp served to house German refugees exiled from Eastern Europe.
It became a new part of the town, named Moosburg-Neustadt. The main altar of the Kastulus Minster is the principal masterpiece of the wood sculptor Hans Leinberger of Landshut. Originally, the altar was a triptych in which the side panels could be swiveled inward to close the altar. Today, the side panels hang above the choir stalls. The Romanesque -style west doorway of the Minster was actually built in the 19th century. The Baroque facades that survived the fire can be seen at the east end of Herrnstrasse, for instance, the red front of the chemist's shop.