ⓘ Wiesloch

                                     

ⓘ Wiesloch

Wiesloch, is a city in Germany, in northern Baden-Wurttemberg. It is situated 13 kilometres south of Heidelberg. After Weinheim, Sinsheim and Leimen it is the fourth largest city of the Rhein-Neckar-Kreis and is in the north-central area near Heidelberg with its neighbouring town Walldorf with which it shares Wiesloch-Walldorf station. Also in the vicinity of Wiesloch are the cities and towns of Dielheim, Malsch, Muhlhausen, Rauenberg and Sankt Leon-Rot.

During the reformation of the area in the 1970-ies Wieslochs residents exceeded 20.000. Wiesloch became a "grouse Kreisstadt" on January 1, 1973, when Altwiesloch, Baiertal, Frauenweiler and Schatthausen were joined Wiesloch to form the present municipality.

                                     
  • Wiesloch - Walldorf station is in the towns of Wiesloch and Walldorf in the German state of Baden - Wurttemberg. The station is classified by Deutsche Bahn
  • Tonwaren - Industrie Wiesloch TIW AG, originally Thonwaaren - Industrie Wiesloch GmbH, abbreviated Ton was a brickworks making which existed in Wiesloch Germany
  • The Wiesloch Feldbahn and Industrial Museum German: Feldbahn - und Industriemuseum Wiesloch FIW is a narrow - gauge railway and industrial heritage open - air
  • Battle of Wiesloch may refer to: Battle of Mingolsheim, fought on April 27, 1622 near the German town of Wiesloch part of the Thirty Years War Battle
  • Battle of Wiesloch German: Schlacht bei Wiesloch occurred on 16 August 1632 during the Thirty Years War near the German city of Wiesloch south of
  • The Battle of Wiesloch German: Schlacht bei Wiesloch occurred on 3 December 1799, during the War of the Second Coalition, part of the French Revolutionary
  • located in the northwestern corner of the Kraichgau south of the cities of Wiesloch and Walldorf at the border of the Oberrheinischen Tiefebene. The town is
  • Wiesloch Germany. It is part of a larger ecological enhancement of the River Leimbach. The park follows the River Leimbach downstream from Wiesloch to
  • Germany. It passes through Wiesloch and Schwetzingen, and flows into the Rhine in Bruhl. Between the cities of Wiesloch and Walldorf the river flows
  • Meckesheim. Until 1990, the Wiesloch Meckesheim Waldangelloch railway also branched off via Schatthausen to Wiesloch Stadt and Wiesloch - Walldorf. Meckesheimer