ⓘ Nufringen

                                     

ⓘ 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 Thirty Years War and the Black Death and did not become as big as before those events happened until the 18th century.

Nufringen belongs Herrenberg Oberamt since 1806. When Gaubahn opened, nufringen was connected to a large transport network. Nufringen became part of the Landkreis business, because of administrative reform in 1938. During the Second World War 40% of nufringen was destroyed by allied bombing. After the war nufringen took a quick upswing.

                                     
  • manufacturing facilities or sales offices. The main office is located in Nufringen Baden - Wurttemberg, Germany. The company was founded in 1966 by Wilfried
  • and most of his congregation were rebaptised. New Gemeinde appeared in Nufringen Reutlingen, Pfullingen, Ludwigsburg und Kirchheim am Neckar. At the same
  • clockwise direction beginning in the north: Deckenpfronn, Gartringen, Nufringen Hildrizhausen and Altdorf all Boblingen district Ammerbuch Tubingen
  • Aidlingen 71139 Ehningen 71144 Steinenbronn 71149 Bondorf 71154 Nufringen 71155 Altdorf 71157 Hildrizhausen 71159 Motzingen 71229 Leonberg
  • Schonaich, Sindelfingen 07032 Herrenberg, Ammerbuch, Gaufelden, Jettingen, Nufringen 07033 Weil der Stadt, Grafenau, Heimsheim, Ostelsheim, Simmozheim 07034
  • Gartringen Gaufelden Grafenau Hildrizhausen Jettingen Magstadt Motzingen Nufringen Schonaich Steinenbronn Weil im Schonbuch Weissach Administrative districts
  • Hulb 31.2 Ehningen b Boblingen 29.4 Wurm 92 m 34.8 Gartringen 37.6 Nufringen 41.6 Herrenberg, terminus of S 1 431 m Ammer Valley Railway to Tubingen
  • replaced by B28 Boblingen district BB number plates Herrenberg B28 B296 Nufringen local diversion Gartringen local diversion 27 Gartringen A81 E41 replaced
  • RB Ammertalbahn Gultstein toward Tubingen Hbf Preceding station S - Bahn Stuttgart Following station Terminus S 1 Nufringen toward Kirchheim Teck
  • Line Route KBS Frequency Material Operator Image S 1 Herrenberg Nufringen Gartringen Ehningen b Boblingen Hulb Boblingen Goldberg Wurtt