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Tullingen

Tullingen is a district of Lorrach, Baden-Wurttemberg, Germany. It is located on Tullinger Mountain, which is also known as Tullinger Hill or simply the Tullinger. Upper and Lower Tullingen were merged into the Tullingen district in 1935.

                                               

Unterjesingen

Unterjesingen is a village in the centre of Baden-Wurttemberg, Germany, in the Tubingen district. Since 1971, it is a part of the city of Tubingen. Unterjesingen is located in the valley of the small Ammer river, approximately 2 km East of Pfaffi ...

                                               

Untersulmetingen

Besides the village itself, the hamlets Westerflach and Niederkirch belong to its administration. Most of Untersulmetingen is located to the west of the river Riss which flows into the river Danube about 9 kilometres to the north of the village. ...

                                               

Wittichen

Wittichen is a village that belongs to Kaltbrunn in the municipality of Schenkenzell in the district of Rottweil in the southwest German state of Baden-Wurttemberg.

                                               

Zwingenberg Castle

Zwingenberg Castle, also called Zwingenberg or Schloss Zwingenberg, stands on the right bank of the River Neckar where it cuts through the Odenwald hills in central Germany. The castle is located in the municipality of Zwingenberg in the state of ...

                                               

Amlingstadt

Amlingstadt is a small village located in Bavaria, Germany. It is in Upper Franconia, in the Bamberg district. Amlingstadt is a constituent community of Strullendorf. In 2009 Amlingstadt had a total population of 687.

                                               

Arresting

Arresting is a small rural village in the Kelheim district of Lower Bavaria, first mentioned in 1086. It is situated about 7 km north of Neustadt an der Donau, on the left bank of the Danube. There are some 130 inhabitants.

                                               

Bergen, Neuburg

Bergen is a village near Neuburg an der Donau, in Neuburg-Schrobenhausen, in Upper Bavaria, in Bavaria. The place is known locally as Baring. It is part of the municipality of Neuburg an der Donau.

                                               

Brendlorenzen

Brendlorenzen is a suburb of the town of Bad Neustadt an der Saale in the district of Unterfranken in Bavaria, Germany. The village is stretching along a single main street for more than two kilometers. Its length is due to the growing together o ...

                                               

Cronheim

Cronheim is a village in the municipality of Gunzenhausen in the WeiSenburg-Gunzenhausen district which forms part of the Bavarian Government district of Mittelfranken. The hamlet of Filchenhard forms part of Cronheim.

                                               

Dreuschendorf

Dreuschendorf is a small village located in Bavaria, Germany. It is in Upper Franconia, in the Bamberg district. Dreuschendorf is a constituent community of Buttenheim. In 2007, the village had a population of 327.

                                               

Edenbergen

Edenbergen is a village and a former municipality in the district Augsburg in Bavaria, Germany. Since 1 January 1978, it is part of the municipality of Gersthofen. Edenbergen incorporates the hamlets of Gailenbach and Gailenbacher Muhle.

                                               

Engelbrechtsmunster

There was a monastery in the village, thought to have been founded by pupils of the Irish missionary Columbanus at the start of the 6th century. Saint Emmeram of Regensburg probably visited the small monastery around 650. The monks would not have ...

                                               

Erlach (Hirschaid)

Erlach is a small village located in Bavaria, Germany. It is in Upper Franconia, in the Bamberg district. Erlach is a constituent community of Hirschaid. In 2009, the village had a Population of 429.

                                               

Erlau (Freising)

Erlau is a district of the town of Freising, Bavaria, Germany. The village is located on the southern edge of the Amper valley, about five kilometers north of Freising. Surrounding places are Tuntenhausen, Zurnhausen, Zolling and Itzling. Erlau i ...

                                               

Erlingen

Erlingen is a small village and also an Ortsteil of the municipality Meitingen. The village belongs to the administrative district Augsburg in Bavaria, southern Germany. It is located between the cities Augsburg and Donauworth. Until 1 July 1972, ...

                                               

Frankendorf (Buttenheim)

Frankendorf is a small village located in Bavaria, Germany. It is in Upper Franconia, in the Bamberg district. Frankendorf is a constituent community of Buttenheim. In 2007, the village had a population of 146.

                                               

Geisenbrunn

Geisenbrunn is a village in Bavaria, Germany and is located about 22 km southwest of Munich. Since 1978 it is a part of the municipality Gilching which belongs to the district of Starnberg.

                                               

Geisfeld (Bavaria)

Geisfeld is a small village located in Bavaria, Germany. It is in Upper Franconia, in the Bamberg district. Geisfeld is a constituent community of Strullendorf. In 2009 Geisfeld had a total population of 911.

                                               

Grub (Amerang)

Grub was first mentioned in 1467. The housing stock in 1857 consisted of residential building, horse and cow stable, barn, granary and oven. In 1871 the cowshed was rebuilt and in 1865 a bakehouse and a laundry were added.

                                               

Gunzendorf (Buttenheim)

Gunzendorf is a small village located in Bavaria, Germany. It is in Upper Franconia, in the Bamberg district. Gunzendorf is a constituent community of Buttenheim. In 2010, the village had a population of 497, making it the second most populous of ...

                                               

Hausen, Villenbach

Hausen is a small village in the district of Dillingen and part of the municipality Villenbach. It is located about one kilometre south of Villenbach. The "Hausener Muhle", which is now a sawmill, also belongs to the village.

                                               

Hohenschwangau

Hohenschwangau is a former village and now an urban district of the municipality of Schwangau, Ostallgau district, Bavaria, Germany. It is located between Neuschwanstein Castle and Hohenschwangau castle and is visited by almost 2 million people a ...

                                               

Hurben (Krumbach)

Hurben, today the eastern part of Krumbach in Bavarian Swabia, was an independent village before it was incorporated into the neighbouring town of Krumbach in the year 1902. The Kammel was in most parts the border between Krumbach and Hurben.

                                               

Kirchensur

Kirchensur is located in the Chiemgau, about six kilometres northeast of Amerang, seven kilometres northwest of Obing, eight and a half kilometres in the west of Wasserburg am Inn and four kilometres southwest of Schnaitsee.

                                               

Leesten

Leesten is a small village located in Bavaria, Germany. It is in Oberfranken, in the Bamberg district. Leesten is a constituent community of Strullendorf. In 2009 Leesten had a total population of 260.

                                               

Leonrod (Dietenhofen)

Leonrod lies within the Frankenhohe Nature Park about one kilometre northwest of Dietenhofen, in the Bibert valley between two spurs of the Frankenhohe. The confluences of the Kiengraben stream and the Bibert and the Hutweihergraben and the Hutwe ...

                                               

Ludwigsthal (Lindberg)

In 1826 master glassworker, Georg Christoph Abele from Neuhurkenthal, founded a glassworks in the Bohemian Forest and named it one year later after King Ludwig I of Bavaria. In 1830, Abele had a mansion built by the royal architect and building f ...

                                               

Mischelbach

Mischelbach is a district of Pleinfeld in Bavaria, in the governmental district Central Franconia and administrative district WeiSenburg-Gunzenhausen. The village has about 400 inhabitants.

                                               

Mistendorf

Mistendorf is a small village located in Bavaria, Germany. It is in Upper Franconia, in the Bamberg district. Mistendorf is a constituent community of Strullendorf. In 2009 Mistendorf had a total population of 545.

                                               

Niederraunau

Niederraunau Elevation 518 m is in the valley of the little river Kammel two kilometres south of Krumbach in the natural region Lower Iller-Lech Gravel Plateau. The hills between the valleys of Kammel and the neighboring valleys of Gunz and Minde ...

                                               

Reichmannshausen

Reichmannshausen in Unterfranken is a little village in the municipality of Schonungen, in Schweinfurt district, Bavaria. It has about 491 inhabitants.

                                               

RoSdorf am Forst

RoSdorf am Forst is a small village located in Bavaria, Germany. It is in Upper Franconia, in the Bamberg district. RoSdorf am Forst is a constituent community of Strullendorf. In 2009, RoSdorf am Forst population-510.

                                               

Rottenegg, Geisenfeld

Rottenegg is a village in the Hallertau of Bavaria, Germany. Formerly a separate municipality, it is now part of the municipality of Geisenfeld in the Upper Bavarian district of Pfaffenhofen.

                                               

Stackendorf (Buttenheim)

Stackendorf is a small village located in Bavaria, Germany. It is in Upper Franconia, in the Bamberg district. Stackendorf is a constituent community of Buttenheim. In 2007, it had a population of 270.

                                               

Thuisbrunn

In 1007 Emperor Henry II gifted the town of Forchheim and its surrounding villages to the Bishopric of Bamberg. Amon the outlying villages was Tuosibruno, present-day Thuisbrunn. The village thus has a thousand-year-old history. In 1403 it was pr ...

                                               

Tiefenhochstadt

Tiefenhochstadt is a small village located in Bavaria, Germany. It is in Upper Franconia, in the Bamberg district. Tiefenhochstadt is a constituent community of Buttenheim. In 2007, the village had a population of 90.

                                               

Tuchersfeld

Due to the prominent rocks sponge reefs in cone karst shapes of a meander cutoff hill, which emerged as the result of the uplifting of the Franconian Jura in the Late Tertiary and the deposition of a thick bed of sand in the Upper Cretaceous, and ...

                                               

Weinzierlein

Together with Wintersdorf to the east, Weinzierlein forms a contiguous settlement and lies on the southern banks of the Bibert and on the stream of the RoStaler Muhlbach, which empties into the Bibert from the right in the village. To the southwe ...

                                               

Zeegendorf

Zeegendorf is a small village located in Bavaria, Germany. It is in Oberfranken, in the Bamberg district. Zeegendorf is a constituent community of Strullendorf.

                                               

Zinzenzell

Zinzenzell is a village and a former municipality with about 350 inhabitants in Lower Bavaria, Germany. The village and most of the former municipality have been part of the municipality Wiesenfelden since 1978.

                                               

Dennewitz

Dennewitz is a village of Germany, in the federal state and old Prussian province of Brandenburg, near Juterbog, 40 km. S.W. from Berlin. It is part of the municipality of Niedergorsdorf, Teltow-Flaming district.

                                               

Ellingen (Prenzlau)

Ellingen is a small village in the northeast of the federated state of Brandenburg, Germany. The village is a subdivision of the Dedelow section of the city of Prenzlau, in the District of Uckermark. With just 90 inhabitants, it is one of the sma ...

                                               

Freyenstein

Freyenstein is a former small town in Brandenburg, Germany. On October 26, 2003 it was merged into the city of Wittstock. The earliest mention of the town was in 1263 as "Vriegenstene". The town had 971 inhabitants on December 31, 2009.

                                               

Germendorf

Germendorf is a part of Oranienburg, a town in the district of Oberhavel in northern Brandenburg, Germany. In 2008, Germendorf had a population of 1.818.

                                               

Honow

Honow is a village in Brandenburg, Germany, near the border of Berlin. Autonomous municipality until October 2003, it belongs to the municipality of Hoppegarten, in the district of Markisch-Oderland, and its population is of 9.800 inhabitants.

                                               

Kathlow

Kathlow is a small village in Neuhausen/Spree municipality in the district of Spree-NeiSe in Brandenburg state, Germany. The population as of 31 December 2012 was 138.

                                               

Paplitz (Baruth/Mark)

Paplitz is a village, part of the town of Baruth/Mark and a former municipality in the Teltow-Flaming district, in Brandenburg, Germany. It is situated in the Glogau-Baruther Urstromtal at the border of the Flaming Heath, 3 km west of Baruth and ...

                                               

Ruhlsdorf (Strausberg)

Ruhlsdorf is a village and a civil parish of the German town of Strausberg, located in the district of Markisch-Oderland in Brandenburg. With a population of 44, it is the littlest one of its municipality.

                                               

Seeburg, Brandenburg

Seeburg was first mentioned in 1283. In 1375 the whole village belonged to the cloisters in nearby Spandau. In 1945 it became part of the Soviet Zone of Occupation. Since its territory stretched to the Havel river it cut through the main access r ...