ⓘ Sinsheim

                                     

ⓘ Sinsheim

Sinsheim is a town in south-western Germany, in the Rhine Neckar Area of the state Baden-Wurttemberg about 22 kilometres south-east of Heidelberg and about 28 kilometres north-west of Heilbronn in the district Rhein-Neckar.

                                     
  • Museum Sinsheim is a technology museum in Sinsheim Germany. Opened in 1981, it is run by a registered association called Auto Technik Museum Sinsheim e
  • Sinsheim Elsenz Hauptbahnhof - called Sinsheim Elsenz station until 2010 - is a station on the Neckargemund Bad Friedrichshall - Jagstfeld railway in
  • Sinsheim Museum Arena station German: Bahnhof Sinsheim Museum Arena is a railway station in the municipality of Sinsheim located in the Rhein - Neckar - Kreis
  • The Battle of Sinsheim took place on 16 June 1674 during the 1672 - 1678 Franco - Dutch War. An Imperial force commanded by Aeneas de Caprara was marching
  • Rhein - Neckar - Kreis, Baden - Wurttemberg, Germany. It belongs to the municipality of Sinsheim and, as of 2006, it has a population of 3, 272. The village, settled since
  • Sinsheim with whom it shares a Mayor. It has a total population is 3, 334 as of February 2008 Steinsfurts s main tourist attraction is the Sinsheim
  • in the German state of Baden - Wurttemberg, running from Heidelberg via Sinsheim to Bad Friedrichshall, that, for part of its course, follows the Elsenz
  • Angelbachtal is a municipality in Kraichgau, between Sinsheim and Bruchsal, created in 1972 by the union of Eichtersheim and Michelfeld. The name Angelbachtal
  • Kindersley. ISBN 0 - 7513 - 0206 - 6. Mars A 20 sinsheim technik - museum.de en. Sinsheim Auto Technik MUSEUM SINSHEIM Archived from the original on 2012 - 08 - 14
  • Rhein - Neckar - Kreis. Zuzenhausen is in the northern part of Kraichgau, about 8 km from Sinsheim in the Elsenz river valley. The municipality is bordered to the north by