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Swabian-Franconian Forest

The Swabian-Franconian forest, mostly forest, deeply incised highlands, 1.187 km2 and up to 586.4 m above sea level in the North-East of Baden-württemberg. It forms a major natural region unit # 108 in the Swabian Kuiper-Lias Lands. Its name come ...

Upper Swabia

Upper Swabia is a region in Germany in the länder of Baden-württemberg and Bavaria. The name refers to the area between the Swabian Jura, lake Constance and the Lech. Its counterpart is lower Swabia, the region of Heilbronn.

Wiesental, Black Forest

In Wiesenthal, named after the river Wiese, is a valley in the southern black forest. The visa is the right tributary of the Rhine, which has its source in Feldberg and flows into the Rhine in Basel, Switzerland. In Wiesenthal was one of the firs ...

Bavarian Oberland

The Bavarian Alps is a region in Upper Bavaria and the North, including the Bavarian foothills of the Alps between the rivers Lech and INN.

Donauried

In Donauried river landscape of the Danube, in Western Bavaria between Neu-Ulm and donauwörth. Water meadow woods dominate the scene from Ulm to Lauingen. In addition, artificial bodies of water near Faimingen, Swabian Donaumoos between Ulm and G ...

Franconian Lake District

The Franconian lake district is located in the South-West of Nuremberg in Northern Bavaria, Germany. It was created as a result Germany was one of the largest projects on water resources management was completed and the flooding of Brombach Grose ...

Rhinluch

In Rhinluch is of fen landscape in the German state of Brandenburg, two of the river Rhine, which it owes its name. This wetland area is located to the North of Fehrbellin in the County ostprignitz-Ruppin. The upper Rhinluch covers an area of abo ...

Uckermark

Uckermark is a historic region in the North-East of Germany is currently hovering in the Uckermark district of Brandenburg and the Vorpommern-Greifswald district of Mecklenburg-Vorpommern. Traditional capital Prenzlau.

Middle Hesse

In the region of middle Hesse is one of three planning regions in the German state of Hesse, along with the Northern and southern Hessen. Its territory coincides with the administrative province Giesen and covers the counties of Limburg-Weilburg, ...

Nassau (region)

Natal) is a geographical, historical and cultural region in todays Rhineland-Palatinate and Hesse in the West of Germany. Named in honor of Nassau, it includes the territory of the Duchy of Nassau, a former sovereign country, which existed until ...

Upper Hessian Ridge

Upper Hessian of the ridge or the upper Hesse ridge of the hill chain in the West Hesse Highlands in Central and Northern Hesse, which is located on the banks of the Weser river watershed and the mountainous Central highlands varies Kellerwald an ...

Waldeck Plateau

The Waldeck plateau is a natural top the main unit in the German state of Hesse between the rivers Eder and Diemel, East of the Sauerland hills in the West and in the East Waldeck basin in the East. Device and term Waldecker Tafel "table Waldeck" ...

West Hesse Depression

The West Hesse depression is part of the West Hesse highlands and lowlands region in the Northern part of Hessen. The East Hesse depression, a series of separate basins, which form a natural corridor and an important historic trade route.

Oldenburg Land

Land Oldenburg is a region and regional Association in the German state of lower Saxony, in the area of the former Grand Duchy of Oldenburg, later Free state of Oldenburg and the Oldenburg administrative district, without his exclaves, along the ...

Heidmark

In the Heidmark in the heart of the Lüneburg Heath, many of which were not available to the population, since about 1935 / 1936. The creation of a large military training ground of the German armed forces, the Wehrmacht, as part of their rearmame ...

Altenboitzen

The village is located in the South-West of the city, on the Lüneburg Heath. The stream flows through Jordanbach Altenboitzen and continues in a South-westerly direction before flowing into the river Bohme.

Bockhorn (Walsrode)

Bockhorn is a parish in the town of Walsrode in the area Heidekreis in the Lüneburg Heath in the North German state of lower Saxony. Approximately 290 people live in this wasteland of the parish, which has an area of 9.0 km2.

Bostlingen

Bostlingen was a village in the district of Fallingbostel located in the Heidmark in the North German state of lower Saxony. In 1935 / 36 it was abandoned, because the German Wehrmacht wanted to establish a major military training ground, in the ...

Deil (Heidmark)

Deil was a farm in the district of Fallingbostel located in the Heidmark region in the North German state of lower Saxony. In 1935 / 36 farm were placed in barracks built in the immediate vicinity and served in the officers mess. There were proba ...

Ettenbostel

Ettenbostel was a village in the district of Fallingbostel located in the Heidmark in the North German state of lower Saxony. The villagers were relocated in 1935 / 36, because the German Wehrmacht wanted to create a huge military training area o ...

Probsten

Probsten was a village in the former district of Fallingbostel located in the Heidmark in the German state of lower Saxony. Its inhabitants were relocated in 1935 / 36, because the German Wehrmacht wanted to establish a major military training gr ...

Wense (Osterheide)

Wense is a village in the Heidmark in Lower Saxony, Germany. In 1935 / 1936 its residents were relocated because of the German armed forces, the Wehrmacht, wanted to create a huge military training ground in the Heidmark, which today is the large ...

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