ⓘ Landau an der Isar

                                     

ⓘ Landau an der Isar

Landau an der Isar is the second largest town in the Lower Bavarian district, or Landkreis, of Dingolfing-Landau, in the state of Bavaria, Germany. It lies on the river Isar. In 2005, the population was around 12.950.

                                     
  • The Landau Arnstorf railway was a branch line from Landau an der Isar to Arnstorf in the province of Lower Bavaria in southern Germany. At the end of
  • merging the former districts of Dingolfing and Landau Isar Its original name was Untere Isar Lower Isar but in 1973 it was renamed and got its present
  • Landau is a city in Rhineland - Palatinate, Germany. Landau may also refer to: Landau an der Isar a town in Bavaria, Germany Landau the former name of
  • German manufacturer of power tools and electrical garden equipment in Landau an der Isar Germany. It was founded on June 2, 1964 by Josef Thannhuber as Hans
  • population are Landau an der Isar Pfarrkirchen, Eggenfelden, Vilsbiburg, Bad Griesbach im Rottal, Ortenburg, Triftern, Rottenburg an der Laaber and Pfeffenhausen
  • neighbouring communities, listed clockwise, are Mamming, Landau an der Isar Simbach bei Landau Falkenberg Niederbayern Rimbach Niederbayern Gangkofen
  • Norbert Niemann born 20 May 1961 Landau an der Isar is a German writer. He grew up in Niederbayern. He studied literature, musicology and modern history
  • ISBN 0 - 671 - 74919 - 6. Erbario Cibo in Italian 2016 - 02 - 18. Retrieved 2019 - 07 - 04. Schottenloher, Karl 1910 Jacob Ziegler aus Landau an der Isar Munster.
  • in Landau an der Isar is a German rabbi. Homolka studied in Munich, London, Lampeter and Leipzig and has a PhD from King s College London. He is an adjunct
  • bibliography was compiled by Karl Schottenloher, Jacob Ziegler aus Landau an der Isar Munster 1910. A manuscript for the work, formerly in the collection