ⓘ Hayingen

                                     

ⓘ Hayingen

The following cities and municipalities border on the city Hayingen, they are in a clockwise direction starting called the north and part of the district of Reutlingen or the Alb-Donau-Kreis ¹ Munsingen, Ehingen ¹, Emeringen ¹, Zwiefalten, Pfronstetten and Hohenstein. Constituent For Hayingen with its districts Anhausen, Ehestetten, Indelhausen and Munzdorf except the main town Hayingen include 13 more villages, hamlets and farms.

Cm. also: list of places in the district of Reutlingen

The city has some evidence still existing settlements, 1208 and 1217 Altmanshusen referred to as Altmannishusin settlement Altmann Hausen. Altmann Hausen was in the possession of the monastery of Salem, and was in 1329 at the stadium sold out. 1437 the place was a desert in 817 as Polstetin 1208 referred to as Bolstetin Bolstetten continued Altmann Hausen, and 1268, when horn / Uffenhorn horn, who was at that time belonged to the monastery Salem. Also in the possession of the monastery of Salem, 1208 referred to as Wilervelt Weiler and field 1282 is mentioned as Oppidum Wineden the winds were all in anhausen district, in two places Ettenheim and 1364 referred to as Pflumersbuch Pflummersbuch in Ehestetten district, the former galley after 1329 the Manor Baldenstein, place Buhlenfingen, and is mentioned over 1100 settlements Leimgrube as Loco Leimgrube Maisinhart as Maisinhart, bad book As Slehtinbuch Wildberg as Wildisberc in 1523 called Steinhausen Stunhuser field 1208 is referred to as Vainhusen place Vainhausen. Vainhausen was the property of the monastery of heiligkreuztals, and later belonged to the monastery of Zwiefalten, and went out in the 15th century in Hayingen area. To the North of Munzdorf the remains of a castle on top of a hill Burgweiler.

                                     
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