ⓘ Wiesensteig

                                     

ⓘ Wiesensteig

Wiesensteig is a town in the district of Goppingen in Baden-Wurttemberg in southern Germany. It is located on the river Fils, 16 km south of Goppingen.

                                     
  • The branch line from Geislingen an der Steige to Wiesensteig was inaugurated on 21 October 1903. In the early years the Talesbahn served primarily for
  • Wiesensteig witch trial took place in Wiesensteig in Germany in 1562 1563. It led to the execution of 67 women for sorcery. This has been described as
  • tributary of the Neckar. Its source is in the Swabian Alb hills near Wiesensteig It flows through Geislingen Steige and Goppingen to join the Neckar
  • 12 December 861 he founded the church at Wiesensteig Later he also founded the Cyriasus Abbey in Wiesensteig It is possible that the Counts from Vils
  • The Talesbahn may refer to one of two railway lines in Baden - Wurttemberg: Talesbahn Nurtingen Neuffen Talesbahn Geislingen Wiesensteig
  • Railway may refer to one of two railway lines in Baden - Wurttemberg, Germany Tales Railway Nurtingen Neuffen Tales Railway Geislingen Wiesensteig
  • Chorherrenstift Wiesensteig Louis IV, Holy Roman Emperor had passed the patronage of Ollingen church in 1330 to the Chorherrenstift Wiesensteig The coat of
  • freight to Geislingen - Altenstadt, a remnant of the former railway to Wiesensteig The station is served by intercity and regional services. When Georg
  • Baldern 1584 1626 and his wife Countess Katharina von Helfenstein - Wiesensteig 1589 1638 She married Margrave William of Baden - Baden in 1650 in Vienna