ⓘ Renchen

                                     

ⓘ Renchen

Renchen is located in the foothills of the northern Black Forest at the entrance to the Rench valley at the edge of the Upper Rhine River Plains.

In addition to Renchen the appropriate city includes areas Erlach and Ulm ZU Renchen.

                                     
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