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Bundheim

Bundheim, in Oker dialect: Binten is a suburb that forms a municipial district of Bad Harzburg in the district of Goslar in Lower Saxony, Germany. As of June 30, 2018, Bundheim had a population of 5.238.

Eckertal

The settlement is situated just north of the Harz mountain range at the entrance of the densely forested Ecker valley, about 8 km 5.0 mi downstream of the Ecker Dam. Located on the rim of the Bad Harzburg municipal area, about 6 km 3.7 mi east of ...

Harlingerode

Harlingerode is a village in Germany and district of Bad Harzburg in the district of Goslar in Lower Saxony. As of June 30, 2018, Harlingerode had a population of 3.068.

Kalte Birke

The Kalte Birke is a cross tracks in the Harz Mountains of Germany where there is a refuge hut and former settlement. It is located west of the Innerste Reservoir at about 540 metres above sea level. It lies in the unparished area of Harz in the ...

Schlewecke (Bad Harzburg)

Schlewecke, in Oker dialect: Sleiwecke is a suburb that forms a municipial district of Bad Harzburg in the district of Goslar in Lower Saxony, Germany. As of June 30, 2018, Bundheim had a population of 1.753.

Schulenberg im Oberharz

Schulenberg im Oberharz is a village and a former municipality in the district of Goslar in Lower Saxony, Germany. It has been part of the town Clausthal-Zellerfeld since January 1 2015.

Silberhutte (Braunlage)

Silberhutte was once a village in the formerly free mining town of Sankt Andreasberg in the Harz mountains in Germany, but since its merger on 1 November 2011 it has been part of the borough of Braunlage. The name of the village goes back to the ...

Sudmerberg

The settlement is located between Goslar town centre and the Oker in the southeast. The Abzucht stream runs between the Sudmerberg hill, rising in the east, and the northern edge of the Harz mountains. The area is part of the Harz Nature Park. Su ...

Westerode (Bad Harzburg)

Westerode is a suburb that forms a municipial district of Bad Harzburg in the district of Goslar in Lower Saxony, Germany. As of June 30, 2018, Westerode had a population of 1.074.

Scharzfeld

Scharzfeld is a village in the borough of Herzberg am Harz in the district of Gottingen in South Lower Saxony, Germany. Scharzfeld lies at a height of about 220 m above sea level and has 1.765 inhabitants as at 1 October 2006. The first recorded ...

Sieber (Herzberg am Harz)

Sieber is a village in the borough of Herzberg am Harz in the district of Gottingen in South Lower Saxony. Sieber lies at a height of 340 m above sea level and has about 600 inhabitants 1 October 2006. The settlement is spread out over a length o ...

Mittelschwaben

Mittelschwaben is a part of the Bavarian administrative region Swabia. It consists of the districts Gunzburg, Neu-Ulm, Unterallgau and the district-free town Memmingen. The name Mittelschwaben was created in the 19th century to distinguish the Ba ...

Kleinburgwedel

In the Middle Ages Kleinburgwedel, together with GroSburgwedel, Oldhorst, Neuwarmbuchen and Fuhrberg, formed the Burgwedel parish. Despite the many war costs, Duke Wilhelm found means to buy goods. On January 6, 1361, he and Duke Ludwig von Aschw ...

Drei Annen Hohne

Drei Annen Hohne is the name of a small settlement within the municipal area of Wernigerode in Saxony-Anhalt, Germany. The place is located about 9 km 5.6 mi southwest of the town within the Harz mountains, on the northeastern edge of the Harz Na ...

Silberhutte (Harzgerode)

Silberhutte is a village in the borough of Harzgerode in the district of Harz in the German state of Saxony-Anhalt. Its name means "silver works", a place where silver ore is smelted.

Alte Burg (Demmingen)

The Alte Burg is a demolished hill castle on an almost circular conical hill at a height of 515 m above sea level southwest of the village of Demmingen in the municipality of Dischingen in the county of Heidenheim in the German state of Baden-Wur ...

Wen Valley

Wen Valley is a typical dry valley of the Schwabische Alb northwest of Steinheim am Albuch. Wen Valley is a popular spare time destination and until 2009 it was popular for cross golf, parkour and bouldering, but this is since June 2009 as compen ...

Calvorde (Amt)

The Amt of Calvorde is a historical Amt in the District of Helmstedt, Brunswick, in todays Saxony-Anhalt, Germany. It formed an exclave that was surrounded by the Province of Saxony, Prussia, and in 1944 it was moved to the District of Haldensleb ...

Maschberg

The Maschberg is a hill, 190.2 m above sea level, in the Wiehen Hills and on the boundary between the village of Rodinghausen and the town of PreuSisch Oldendorf. The Maschberg is the highest point in the Rodinghausen parish of Schwenningdorf. Th ...

Nonnenstein

The Nonnenstein is a hill, 274 m above sea level, in the Wiehen Hills north of Rodinghausen, Germany. The Nonnenstein is also known in older literature as the Rodinghauser Berg.

Hornungskuppe

The Hornungskuppe is a wooded hill, 439 m above sea level, in the Thuringian Zipfel on the border of Hesse and Thuringia in Germany. It is part of the natural region of the Seulingswald. The Hornsberg was mentioned in documents dating to the 12th ...

Toter Mann (Seulingswald)

The Toter Mann near Friedewald in the Hessian county of Hersfeld-Rotenburg is, at 480.3 m above sea level, the highest natural hill in the Seulingswald range. This small upland is the southernmost spur of the Fulda-Werra Uplands.

Bremke (Eslohe)

Bremke is a village in the municipality of Eslohe in the North Rhine-Westphalian district of Hochsauerlandkreis. The village has 615 inhabitants and lies in the east of the municipality of Eslohe at a height of around 300 m. The river Wenne flows ...

Totenkopf (Sauerland)

The Totenkopf is a hill 502.6 m above sea level, on the Brilon Heights in the counties of Hochsauerlandkreis and Paderborn, in the German state of North Rhine-Westphalia.

Hochfranken

Hochfranken is a region in north-eastern Bavaria and is part of Upper Franconia. It comprises Landkreis Hof and Wunsiedel im Fichtelgebirge Wunsiedel districts.

Joditz

Joditz is a village in Upper Franconia, in the municipality of Koditz and the district of Hof. Joditz lies in the valley of the Saale, ten kilometers north-west of the town of Hof. The village has 345 inhabitants as of January 2010 and contains a ...

Mechlenreuth

Mechlenreuth is a village in Upper Franconia in the district Hof in Bavaria, Germany. In 1978 the village was incorporated into the city Munchberg. It is assumed that Mechlenreuth originally was a resting place of monks or east striving colonizer ...

Stockenroth

The village is situated on the river Saale between the mountains of Fichtelgebirge and Frankenwald. Highest Point is the Schachtel- or Schlegelsberg 591 m in the southwest, lowest point is the Saale 512 m. The village has, together with the twin- ...

Verwaltungsgemeinschaft Mainburg

The Verwaltungsgemeinschaft Mainburg lies in Kelheim, a district in Lower Bavaria, Germany. In Germany, a Verwaltungsgemeinschaft is an agreement or partnership between neighbouring municipalities Gemeinde of a district Kreis to co-operate on cer ...

Paradies (Constance)

Paradies is a former village, now a quarter of Konstanz, Germany. The district is located west of the Old Town on the southern shore of the Seerhein; with an area of about 63.2 hectare, to be exact) and 6176 inhabitants. In the Late Middle Ages, ...

Bornberg (Palatinate)

The Bornberg is a 520-metre-high hill in the county of Kusel in the North Palatine Uplands in Germany. The Bornberg has 2 summits: the Kiefernkopf and Trautmannsberg. In the northwest it is adjoined by the Herrmannsberg. To the east flows the Tal ...

Herrmannsberg (North Palatine Uplands)

The Herrmannsberg is a hill, 536 metres hill, in the county of Kusel in the German state of Rhineland-Palatinate. It is part of the North Palatine Uplands. In the southeast it is adjoined by the Bornberg. Nearby villages are the "Herrmannsberg co ...

Potzberg

The Potzberg, known as "King of the Westrich", is a wooded hill, 562 m above sea level, in the North Palatine Uplands in the German state of Rhineland-Palatinate.

Remigiusberg

The Remigiusberg in the county of Kusel in the German state of Rhineland-Palatinate is a hill, 368 metres high, which belongs to the western part of the North Palatine Uplands and only stands above the surrounding terrain by 120 metres. On its su ...

Selberg (Kusel)

The Selberg is a hill, 545.1 m, in the county of Kusel in the German state of Rhineland-Palatinate. It is part of the North Palatine Uplands and is a southern outlier of the Konigsberg. The Selberg rises between the streams of Breitenbach and Lau ...

Schondorf (Verwaltungsgemeinschaft)

The Verwaltungsgemeinschaft Schondorf am Ammersee in the Upper Bavaria district of Landsberg am Lech was created on 1 May 1978 by regulation by the government of Upper Bavaria. Members are the municipalities: Eching, 1.657 Population Schondorf, 3 ...

Lippendorf

Lippendorf is located in the municipality of Neukieritzsch, near Leipzig in Saxony, Germany. The present town of Lippendorf used to be known as the village of Medewitzsch. In 1934, the towns of Medewitzsch, Lippendorf and Spahnsdorf combined to f ...

Lindau (island)

On the island of Lindau in the eastern Lake Constance is the Altstadt of the Bavarian county town of Lindau, which occupies the eastern part of the island. The island of Lindau, which forms 2% of the area and 12% of the population of the entire t ...

Vogelinsel (Lake Constance)

The Vogelinsel is an island in Lake Constance with an area of around 600 square metres. It lies around 230 metres northwest of the mouth of the Leiblach opposite the Gemarkung of Reutin of the town of Lindau. On the island is the red mole beacon ...

Oettern-Bremke

Oettern-Bremke is a village in the borough of Detmold in the district of Lippe in the German federal state of North Rhine-Westphalia and lies about 5 km north of the town centre. The neighbouring Detmold villages are, in a clockwise direction, Be ...

Nienwalde

Nienwalde is a village within Gartow in Lower Saxony, Germany. It belongs to the county Luchow-Dannenberg and it is situated near the border to Saxony-Anhalt. The municipality is around 6.34 km 2, and the number of inhabitants amounts to 307.

Baiselsberg

The Baiselsberg in the district of Ludwigsburg in Germany lies within the Stromberg-Heuchelberg Nature Park and, at 476.6 m above NN, is the highest point of the Stromberg region.

Karlstadt (Main) station

Karlstadt station) is a railway station in the municipality of Karlstadt am Main, located in the Main-Spessart district in Bavaria, Germany.

GroSer Auerberg

The GroSe Auerberg is a hill, 580 metres high, in the eastern Harz in the district of Mansfeld-Sudharz in the German state of Saxony-Anhalt. It is a so-called double peak with summits that are 580.4 metres high and 580.3 metres high, which are ab ...

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