ⓘ Waldshut-Tiengen

                                     

ⓘ Waldshut-Tiengen

Waldshut-Tiengen is a city in southwestern Baden-Wurttemberg right at the Swiss border. It is the district seat and at the same time the biggest city in Waldshut district and a "middle centre" in the area of the "high centre" Lorrach/Weil am Rhein to whose middle area most towns and communities in Waldshut district belong. There are furthermore complexities arising from cross-border traffic between this area and the Swiss cantons of Aargau, Schaffhausen and Zurich. This classification relates to Walter Christallers Central Place Theory, however, and not to any official administrative scheme.

The city, which was recently created in the framework of the 1975 municipal reform, at that time passed the 20.000 mark of the population. The city Council then asked the city went up to grouse Kreisstadt that the government of Baden-württemberg granted on 1 July 1976. Waldshut-Tiengen is also in an "administrative community" Verwaltungsgemeinschaft with the communities of Dogern, Lauchringen and Weilheim.

                                     
  • service s IRE Basel Bad Bf - Rheinfelden Baden - Bad Sackingen - Waldshut - Tiengen Hochrhein - Erzingen Baden - Schaffhausen - Singen Hohentwiel
  • Waldshut station German: Bahnhof Waldshut is a railway station in the city of Waldshut - Tiengen in the German state of Baden - Wurttemberg. It was opened
  • Waldshut may refer to: Waldshut district a county in Baden - Wurttemberg, Germany Waldshut - Tiengen a town in Baden - Wurttemberg, Germany
  • service s IRE Basel Bad Bf - Rheinfelden Baden - Bad Sackingen - Waldshut - Tiengen Hochrhein - Erzingen Baden - Schaffhausen - Singen Hohentwiel
  • Waldshut is a Landkreis district in the south of Baden - Wurttemberg, Germany. Neighbouring districts are clockwise from the west Lorrach, Breisgau - Hochschwarzwald
  • service s IRE Basel Bad Bf - Rheinfelden Baden - Bad Sackingen - Waldshut - Tiengen Hochrhein - Erzingen Baden - Schaffhausen - Singen Hohentwiel
  • Straub was born in the town of Waldshut - Tiengen in the Waldshut kreis district of Germany. He obtained his A - levels in Waldshut and studied jurisprudence
  • the A 861 towards Rheinfelden Baden and the Swiss border east of Waldshut - Tiengen to north of Lauchringen and north of Singen to north of Uberlingen
  • a river of Baden - Wurttemberg, Germany. It flows into the Wutach in Waldshut - Tiengen List of rivers of Baden - Wurttemberg Map services of the Baden - Wurttemberg