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Durlach

Durlach was bestowed by emperor Frederick II on the margrave Hermann V of Zahringen as an allodial possession. It was chosen by the Margrave Charles II in 1565 as residence of the rulers of Baden-Durlach, and retained this distinction though it w ...

Ebingen

Ebingen is a town in the large district of Albstadt, district Zollernalbkreis, in the German state of Baden-Wurttemberg. It is located on the river Schmiecha, a left-hand tributary of the Danube, south of Tubingen and west of Ulm.

Emmendingen

Emmendingen is a town in Baden-Wurttemberg, capital of the district Emmendingen of Germany. It is located at the Elz River, 14 km north of Freiburg im Breisgau. The town contains more than 26.000 residents, which is the most in the Emmendingen di ...

Endingen am Kaiserstuhl

Endingen is a small German town located in southwest Germany, at the border with France. It lies at the northern border of a former volcano area called Kaiserstuhl. The population of Endingen is about 9.000.

Engen, Germany

Engen has been proved by documentary evidence in the 11th century for the first time, where it belonged to the Baron of Howen also Hewen. In the city area of Engen, there has been a medieval castle, the Burg Neuhausen, remaining unlocated however ...

Epfenbach

Epfenbach is a municipality in south western Germany. It is located between Heidelberg and Sinsheim in the Rhein-Neckar district in the state of Baden-Wurttemberg. The municipality belongs to the municipal association of Waibstadt and the tourist ...

Eppelheim

Eppelheim is situated in the valley of the Upper Rhine southwest of the hills of the Odenwald and directly on the Bundesautobahn 5. Eppelheim does not have any areas, but locals Orient on the directions of the compass and refer to parts of the ci ...

Eppingen

Eppingen is a town in the district of Heilbronn in Baden-Wurttemberg in southern Germany. The town has the second-largest population in the district. Eppingen lies in the Kraichgau, a hilly area in the South-West of Germany, near the confluence o ...

Eselsburg Castle

Eselsburg Castle is a levelled castle located above the town of Herbrechtingen in the Heidenheim district of Baden-Wurttemberg in Germany.

Stuttgart-Feuerbach

Feuerbach is a district of the city of Stuttgart. Its name is derived from the small river of the same name that flows from the neighboring district of Botnang through Feuerbach. Feuerbach is home to one of Germanys biggest industrial giants and ...

Freiberg am Neckar

Freiberg am Neckar is a town in the district of Ludwigsburg, Baden-Wurttemberg, Germany. It is situated on the left bank of the Neckar, 18 km north of Stuttgart, and 4 km north of Ludwigsburg.

Furtwangen im Schwarzwald

Furtwangen im Schwarzwald is a small city located in the Black Forest region of south western Germany. It belongs to the district of Schwarzwald-Baar along with the two more important cities of Villingen and Schwenningen. The total population of ...

Gaggenau

Gaggenau was first mentioned in local records in 1243 under the name "Gaggenaw". The present district of Bad Rotenfels is even older, having been mentioned in a royal donation letter in 1041. Gaggenau remained a small village until the 19th centu ...

Gernsbach

Gernsbach is a town in the district of Rastatt, in Baden-Wurttemberg, Germany. It is located on the river Murg, 7 km east of Baden-Baden in the Black Forest. Twin towns are Baccarat in France and Pergola, Marche in Italy. The town is the historic ...

GroSbottwar

GroSbottwar is a town in the Ludwigsburg district of Baden-Wurttemberg, Germany. It sits within the Neckar River basin and is located on a tourist route through the Wurttemberg wine region. The GroSbottwar region has been inhabited since at least ...

Guglingen

Guglingen is situated in a valley called Zabergau in the southwest district of Heilbronn. The town Güglingen consists of Güglingen 4254 residents with subdivisions Eibensbach and Frauenzimmern 1035 922. Total: 6211 30 June 2005.

Gussenburg Castle

Gussenburg Castle is a ruined castle on a hill near Hermaringen in Heidenheim County in Baden-Wurttemberg, Germany. It was built around 1346, during the High Middle Ages and much of the curtain wall and keep remain.

Haslach im Kinzigtal

Roman Age finds indicate the presence of a settlement here at the time of the construction of a military road through the Kinzig valley about 74 A.D. Archaeological finds indicate a Roman road station. The founding of the city itself should be Za ...

Hayingen

The following cities and municipalities border on the city Hayingen, they are in a clockwise direction starting called the north and part of the district of Reutlingen or the Alb-Donau-Kreis ¹ Munsingen, Ehingen ¹, Emeringen ¹, Zwiefalten, Pfrons ...

Hemsbach

Hemsbach is a town with approximately 12.000 inhabitants in the Rhein-Neckar-Kreis of Baden-Wurttemberg, Germany. It belongs to the European Rhine-Neckar Metropolitan Region. It is situated on the BergstraSe, 18 km northeast of Mannheim.

Heubach

Heubach is a town in the Ostalbkreis district, in Baden-Wurttemberg, Germany. It is located 10 km east of Schwabisch Gmund, and 13 km southwest of Aalen. The town finds itself at the edge of the Rems River Valley and at the base of the Swabian Al ...

Hockenheim

Hockenheim, German is a town in northwest Baden-Wurttemberg, Germany, about 20 km south of Mannheim and 10 km west of Walldorf. It is located in the Upper Rhine valley on the tourist theme routes "Baden Asparagus Route" and Bertha Benz Memorial R ...

Hohenheim

Hohenheim is one of 18 outer districts of the city of Stuttgart in the borough of Plieningen that sits on the Filder in central Baden-Wurttemberg. The Municipality was founded in 1782.

Holzgerlingen

Holzgerlingen, with its population of 12.700, lies in a clearing in the Schonbuch, a large forest in the state of Baden-Wurttemberg. It is 6 km 3.7 mi south of the city of Boblingen. The old city center lies about 475 m 1560 ft above mean sea lev ...

Horb am Neckar

Horb am Neckar is a town in the southwest of the German state of Baden-Wurttemberg. It is located on the Neckar river, between Offenburg to the west away) and Tubingen to the east away). It has around 25.000 inhabitants, of whom about 6.000 live ...

Kaltenburg Castle

Kaltenburg Castle is a ruined castle, located in the Lonetal between the cities of Giengen and Niederstotzingen in the district of Heidenheim, Baden-Wurttemberg, Germany. The castle was built during the High Middle Ages and though ruined, most of ...

Kandern

Kandern is a town in southwestern Germany in the state of Baden-Wurttemberg, in the Kreis of Lorrach. During the Battle of Schliengen, in which the French Revolutionary army fought the forces of Austria, the battle lines of both armies ended in K ...

Korntal-Munchingen

Korntal-Munchingen is a town in the district of Ludwigsburg, Baden-Wurttemberg, Germany. It is situated at the northwestern border of Stuttgart and 8 km of its centre, and 10 km southwest of Ludwigsburg. Korntal was begun in the 19th Century when ...

Kornwestheim

Kornwestheim is a town in the district of Ludwigsburg, Baden-Wurttemberg, Germany. It is situated about 10 kilometres north of Stuttgart, and 5 kilometres south of Ludwigsburg.

Krautheim

Krautheim is a town in the Hohenlohe district of Baden-Wurttemberg, in south central Germany. It is situated on the river Jagst, 12 km northwest of Kunzelsau, and 16 km southwest of Bad Mergentheim. The town lies in the border area between the Ba ...

Leimen (Baden)

Leimen is a town in north-west Baden-Wurttemberg, Germany. It is about 7 km south of Heidelberg and the third largest town of the Rhein-Neckar district after Weinheim and Sinsheim. It is also the areas industrial centre. Leimen is located on Berg ...

Lorch (Wurttemberg)

Lorch is a small town situated in the Ostalbkreis district, in Baden-Wurttemberg, Germany, by the river Rems, 8 kilometers west of Schwabisch Gmund. It is a part of the Ostwurttemberg region.

Lorrach

Lorrach German pronunciation: is a city in southwest Germany, in the valley of the Wiese, close to the French and the Swiss borders. It is the capital of the district of Lorrach in Baden-Wurttemberg. The largest industry is the Milka chocolate fa ...

Markgroningen

Markgroningen is a town in the district of Ludwigsburg, Baden-Wurttemberg, Germany. It is known for its fine historic buildings, many in the Fachwerk German architectural style, and its annual Shepherds Run. Markgroningen is on the Deutsche Fachw ...

Meersburg

Meersburg is a town in Baden-Wurttemberg in the southwest of Germany. It is on Lake Constance. It is known for its medieval city. Lower city "Unterstadt" and Upper town "Oberstadt" is intended for pedestrians only and connected by two stairways a ...

Mosbach

Mosbach is the capital of the Neckar-Odenwald district in the north of Baden-Wurttemberg, Germany, about 58 km east of Heidelberg. Its geographical position is 49.21N 9.9E. It has a population of approximately 25.000 people distributed in six bor ...

Mossingen

Mossingen is a town in the district of Tubingen, in Baden-Wurttemberg, Germany. It is situated north of the Swabian Jura, about 13 km south of Tubingen.

Mullheim

Mullheim is a town in Baden-Wurttemberg in southern Germany. It belongs to the district Breisgau-Hochschwarzwald. Mullheim is generally considered to be the center of the region known as Markgraflerland.

Munzesheim

828 was first mentioned as Muncinesheim, the place was ruled from 1109 to 1282 by a local aristocracy. In 1326 it became part of Baden, as a fief to the Hofwart family of Kirchheim. The suzerainty probably comes from the Counts of Eberstein and t ...

Nagold

Nagold is a town in southwestern Germany, bordering the Northern Black Forest. It is located in the Landkreis of Calw. Nagold is known for its ruined castle, Hohennagold Castle, and for its road viaduct. It takes its name from the river Nagold, w ...

Neuburgweier

Neuburgweier is a part of the city Rheinstetten, which was first established as a municipality in the course of an administrative reform in 1975. In terms of inhabitants and area, it is the smallest of the three city parts - Neuburgweier, Forchhe ...

Neuffen

It is located 14 km northeast of Reutlingen, and 28 km southeast of Stuttgart. Its main attraction is a quite impressive castle with strong walls, in Hohenneuffen, which is located high above the city on the ridge of the Swabian ALB. Neuffen is l ...

Nufringen

Nufringen was mentioned documentarily first time in the year 1182. In the 13th and 14th century the Pfalzgrafen von Tubingen have had impact on Nufringen until it was sold to Wurttemberg in 1382. The population was cut drastically because of the ...

Oberkochen

The name "Oberkochen" consists of the two German words "ober", meaning "above" or "upper", and "Kocher", the name of the local river. The name indicates, that this settlement lies above the river Kocher or on its upper part. The river Kocher has ...

Oppenau

In the 12th century an agricultural settling made up the village Noppenouwe, which succumbed to the House of Zahringen until 1218. After they have been died out, the dominance in the Rench-valley was fragmented. The in 1192 in Lierbach founded Al ...

Ostdorf

Ostdorf is a Swabian village within the city limits of Balingen, Germany. Originally a village of its own, Ostdorf and Balingen have grown towards each other since the close of World War II. Finally, in 1971 Ostdorf was included to Balingen as a ...

Pfullingen

Pfullingen is a town in the district of Reutlingen, Baden-Wurttemberg, Germany. It is situated 3 km southeast of Reutlingen at the foot of the Swabian Alb. With its almost 20.000 inhabitants it is famous for its Handball team, which in 2006 had t ...

Reicholzheim

Reicholzheim is a town in Baden-Wurttemberg in Germany. It is located in the Tauber valley at the foothills of the Odenwald and the quiet forests of the Spessart on the banks of the Tauber river near the mouth of the Tauber into the Main river. R ...

Remseck

Remseck am Neckar is a town in the district of Ludwigsburg, Baden-Wurttemberg, Germany. It is situated at the confluence of the rivers Rems and Neckar, about 12 km northeast of Stuttgart, and 7 km southeast of Ludwigsburg.

Renchen

Renchen is located in the foothills of the northern Black Forest at the entrance to the Rench valley at the edge of the Upper Rhine River Plains. In addition to Renchen the appropriate city includes areas Erlach and Ulm ZU Renchen.