ⓘ Oppenau

                                     

ⓘ 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 All Saints’ Abbey took a high political, cultural and religious influence to Oppenau at this time. In 1316 bishops from the french Strasbourg started reign about the Rench-valley.

After the Reichsdeputationshauptschluss in 1803, Oppenau became part of Baden.

In 1990, the German politician Wolfgang schäuble, moved the attempt in Oppenau.

                                     
  • are located in the Black Forest on the territory of the town of Oppenau in the German state of Baden - Wurttemberg at an elevation of about 500 m above NN
  • very rugged valley with steep relief, whose centre is the little town of Oppenau There it is joined from the right by the Lierbach, well known for the
  • Saints Abbey Kloster Allerheiligen was a Premonstratensian monastery near Oppenau in the Black Forest in Baden - Wurttemberg, Germany. According to the tradition
  • in the Schliffkopf Nature Reserve by the Black Forest High Road between Oppenau and Baiersbronn on the B 500 in the Northern Black Forest. The name of
  • with maximum inclines of 1: 99. The first section between Appenweier and Oppenau was opened on 1 June 1876 by the Rench Valley Railway Company
  • remained it consisted of areas around the towns of Oberkirch, Ettenheim, and Oppenau The remaining territory was secularized to Baden in 1803. Archbishop of
  • Lierbach is a river of Baden - Wurttemberg, Germany. It flows into the Rench in Oppenau List of rivers of Baden - Wurttemberg Map services of the Baden - Wurttemberg
  • mountain in the Northern Black Forest between Baiersbronn, Ottenhofen and Oppenau It is 1, 053.6 m above sea level NHN The Schliffkopf lies on the Black
  • places, the route runs along the southern side of the Rench valley past Oppenau and Bad Peterstal to the Alexanderschanze. After passing the source of
  • sea level to the East. There the street KreisstraSe 5370, leading from Oppenau to Kloster Allerheiligen to the SchwarzwaldhochstraSe, marks the border
  • to Ulm the so - called Oppenauer Steige as a result of the climb from Oppenau up to the Kniebis pass. This trading route also called the Swabian Way