ⓘ Waldkirch

                                     

ⓘ Waldkirch

Waldkirch is a town in Baden-Wurttemberg, Germany, located 15 kilometers northeast of Freiburg im Breisgau. While the English translation of its name is Forest Church, it is known as the "town of mechanical organs", where fairground organs played on the streets were long manufactured by such well-known firms as Carl Frei, Andreas Ruth and Son, and Wilhelm Bruder and Sons. The largest employers today are SICK AG, which manufactures optical sensors, Faller AG, which prints pharmaceutical packages and inserts, and Mack Rides, which exports amusement park and water park rides worldwide. Cultural events include the Klappe 11 Cinema festival, the Organ Festival and the Peter Feuchtwanger Piano Masterclass.

                                     
  • UHC Waldkirch - St.Gallen is a Swiss floorball team out of Waldkirch and St. Gallen, which plays in the highest Swiss league. The club was founded in 1997
  • SV Waldkirch is a German amateur football club from Waldkirch Baden - Wurttemberg. Founded in 1908, the team plays in the Verbandsliga Sudbaden in the sixth
  • historically called Schwarzenberg Black Mountain is a fortified castle near Waldkirch in the district Emmendingen in the southwest of Baden - Wurttemberg in southern
  • above Waldkirch in the district Emmendingen in Baden - Wurttemberg. It stands on a hill about 100 meters 330 feet above the center of Waldkirch in Breisgau
  • in the Loire department in central France. Chavanay is twinned with: Waldkirch Germany, since 1994 Communes of the Loire department Populations legales
  • early years. Aged nine, he was studying harmony and counterpoint at the Waldkirch academy of music. From age 14 on, well - known musical instrument factories
  • Sick AG or SICK, as spelled by the company based in Waldkirch Breisgau Germany, is a global manufacturer of sensors and sensor solutions for industrial
  • Elisabeth Lardelli born as von Waldkirch on 21 February 1921 in Bern died 9 March 2008 in Chur originally from Poschiavo was a politician of the Swiss
  • Valley Railway at Denzlingen and runs up the valley of the River Elz to Waldkirch and Elzach. Whilst the track is owned by DB Netz AG, passenger services
  • into the district Emmendingen in 1936, when it was merged with the Amt Waldkirch In the communal reform of 1973 the district wasn t changed - at first
  • in Germany. The mayor is since 2008 Karl Oberschmid Wahlervereinigung Waldkirch Josef Schieferle was the mayor 1980 - 2008. Fortschreibung des Bevolkerungsstandes