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Bavaria (/bəˈvɛəriə/; German: Freistaat Bayern [ˈfʁaɪ̯ʃtaːt ˈbajɛɐ̯n]) is a federal state of Germany. In the southeast of the country with an area of 70,548 square kilometres (27,200 sq mi), it is the largest state, making up almost a fifth of the total land area of Germany, and, with 12.6 million inhabitants, Germany's second most populous state. Munich, Bavaria's capital and largest city, is the third largest city in Germany. The history of Bavaria stretches from its earliest settlement and formation as a duchy in the 6th century CE (AD) through the Holy Roman Empire to becoming an independent kingdom and finally a state of the Federal Republic of Germany. The Duchy of Bavaria dates back to the year 555. In the 17th century CE (AD), the Duke of Bavaria became a Prince-elector of the Holy Roman Empire. The Kingdom of Bavaria existed from 1806 to 1918, when Bavaria became a republic. In 1946, the Free State of Bavaria re-organised itself on democratic lines. Bavaria has a unique culture, largely because of the state's Catholic majority (52%) and Conservative traditions. Bavarians have traditionally been proud of their culture, which includes festivals such as Oktoberfest and elements of Alpine symbolism. The state also has the largest economy of any of the German states, giving it a status as a rather wealthy German region. Modern Bavaria also includes parts of the historical regions of Franconia, Upper Palatinate and Swabia.
Cities, towns & villages in Bavaria
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HammelburgHammelburg is a town in the district of Bad Kissingen, in Lower Franconia, Bavaria, Germany. It lies on the river Franconian Saale, 25 km west of Schweinfurt. Hammelburg is the oldest winegrowing town (Weinstadt) in Franconia. \n* City walls \n* St John the Baptist's Church \n* Rectory \n* St Michael's church \n* Cemetery \n* Listed building Show Hammelburgon the map
MunichMunich (/ˈmjuːnɪk/; also /ˈmjuːnɪx/ in British English; German: München, pronounced [ˈmʏnçn̩] (13px listen), Bavarian: Minga [ˈmɪŋ(ː)ɐ]) is the capital and largest city of the German state of Bavaria, on the banks of River Isar north of the Bavarian Alps. Munich is the third largest city in Germany, after Berlin and Hamburg, and the 12th biggest city of the European Union, with a population of above 1.5 million. The Munich Metropolitan Region is home to 5.8 million people. Show Munichon the map
GangkofenGangkofen is a municipality in the county (\"Landkreis\") of Rottal-Inn in Bavaria in Germany. Geography The market town (Markt) Gangkofen lies in the valley of the river Bina along the federal highway B 388 about 17 km (11 mi) west of Eggenfelden, 26 km (16 mi) south of Dingolfing, 40 km (25 mi) southeast of Landshut, 25 km (16 mi) north of Mühldorf and 32 km (20 mi) west of the county (district) seat, Pfarrkirchen. History Politics Municipal council The most recent municipal elections in 2014 resulted in the following allocation of seats: Cultural sights Media People Show Gangkofenon the map
WaldramThe Föhrenwald displaced persons camp was one of the largest DP camps in post-World War II Europe and the last to close (in 1957). It was located in the section now known as Waldram in Wolfratshausen in Bavaria, Germany. From 1946 to 1948, Föhrenwald grew to become the third largest DP camp in the American sector, after Feldafing and Landsberg. By January 1946, its population had reached 5,600. Many couples got married there. The birth rate in 1946 stood at 70-80 births per thousand, about double that of countries in the developing world. Show Waldramon the map
Reit im WinklReit im Winkl is a small village (locally known as a snow-magnet ) located on the German/Austrian border in the southeastern part of Bavaria, Germany in the Traunstein district, and was previously an immigration and customs control point (prior to the formation of the Schengen Zone). It is situated south of Chiemsee and southwest of Ruhpolding - home of the Biathlon World Cup - in the Bavarian Alps and facing towards Tyrol. The village lies next to the Austrian states Tyrol and Salzburg. Kössen in Tyrol is the next village on the river Lofer, before it joins the confluence of the river Tiroler Achen. Reit im Winkl has a population of approximately 2,600. Show Reit im Winklon the map
WildfleckenWildflecken is a municipality in the Bad Kissingen district, at the border of northwestern Bavaria and southern Hesse. In 2005, its population was 3,285; the postal code is 97772 (APO NY 09026). Wildflecken is in the picturesque Rhön hills and nature-park. In 1945 elements of the U.S. 14th Armored Division took control of the camp and the training area in April 1945. US Units Stationed at Wildflecken: The Wildflecken Kaserne was decommissioned by the U.S.Army and transferred to the Bundeswehr in 1994 after a drawdown that began in 1991. Show Wildfleckenon the map
GiebelstadtGiebelstadt is a municipality in the district of Würzburg in Bavaria in Germany. History of GiebelstadtThe town is the birthplace of Florian Geyer (1490–1525), also known as \"Florian Geier from Giebelstadt\", a Franconian nobleman who led the Black Company during the German Peasants' War resulting from the Protestant Reformation in Germany in the 16th century. Florian led the revolt to the Bishop's Residence in Würzburg where the revolt was repressed. Show Giebelstadton the map
Höchstädt an der DonauHöchstädt an der Donau is a town in the district of Dillingen, Bavaria, Germany. It is situated near the banks of the River Danube. It consists of the following neighborhoods: Höchstädt an der Donau, Deisenhofen, Oberglauheim, Schwennenbach and Sonderheim. The town is the seat of the municipal association Höchstädt an der Donau, which includes the towns Blindheim, Finningen, Lutzingen and Schwenningen. In the fifteenth and sixteenth century, the wealthy mercantile family Höchstetter, which came from the town, was part of the mercantile patriciate of Augsburg. Show Höchstädt an der Donauon the map
NeutraublingNeutraubling is a town in the state of Bavaria in southern Germany, in the district of Regensburg. The town has only existed since 1951. After the second world war, displaced ethnic Germans from the Czech Lands or Poland settled in the ruins of the bombed military airport. Today, it is a more or less important industrial site. During the Second World War Neutraubling was used as an airbase and factory for the Messerschmitt aircraft manufacturing company. Between the end of 1940 and April 23, 1945, the factory was able to house up to 2,750 slave laborers at a time. Show Neutraublingon the map
Bad WiesseeBad Wiessee is a municipality in the district of Miesbach in Upper Bavaria in Germany. Since 1922 it has been a spa town and located on the western shore of the Tegernsee Lake. It had a population of around 4800 inhabitants in 2014. The word \"Bad\" means \"spa\" or \"baths\", while \"Wiessee\" derives from \"Westsee\", meaning \"western part of the lake\". Bad Wiessee was first documented in 1017 in the tax book of the Tegernsee Abbey, encouraged to pay goods to the abbey. Bad Wiessee was also the retirement home, in 1939–1945, of Field Marshal Werner von Blomberg, author of \"The Hitler oath\". \n* \n* \n* \n* Show Bad Wiesseeon the map
Dillingen an der DonauDillingen, or Dillingen an der Donau (Dillingen on the Danube) is a town in Swabia, Bavaria, Germany. It is the administrative center of the district of Dillingen. Besides the town of Dillingen proper, the municipality encompasses the villages of Donaualtheim, Fristingen, Hausen, Kicklingen, Schretzheim and Steinheim. Show Dillingen an der Donauon the map
OfterschwangOfterschwang is a municipality in Oberallgäu, in Bavaria, Germany. It is a professional winter sports venue, regularly used for Alpine skiing World Cup events. Ofterschwang is actually an agglomeration of several small villages in the foothills west of Sonthofen and east of the Austrian border. All are nestled in the rolling, grass and forested covered Alpine foothills, where one will find a place that seems ripped out of the pages \"Heidi,\" or, \"The Sound of Music,\" with cow bells ringing in the distance and authentic Bavarian mountain residents, often still wearing native dress and celebrating still the return in September of the cows from grazing in the summer highlands. Show Ofterschwangon the map
RuppertskirchenRuppertskirchen is a village in the municipality of Arnstorf in Rottal-Inn district in the province of Lower Bavaria in southern Germany. Ruppertskirchen lies on the Simbach stream between Arnstorf and Simbach bei Landau on state highway 2112. Before the regional reorganisation in Bavaria in 1972 Ruppertskirchen was an independent municipality with 42 subdivisions. At that time Ruppertskirchen was the largest municipality in present-day Markt Arnstorf and, in terms of area, the largest in the old district of Eggenfelden. It had a railway halt on the old Landau–Arnstorf railway. Show Ruppertskirchenon the map
HofHof is a town located on the banks of the Saale in the northeastern corner of the German state of Bavaria, in the Franconian region, at the Czech border and the forested Fichtelgebirge and Frankenwald upland regions. The town of Hof is enclosed by, but does not belong to the Bavarian district of Hof; it is nonetheless the district's administrative seat. Show Hofon the map
TutzingTutzing is a municipality in the district of Starnberg in Bavaria, Germany, on the west bank of the Starnberger See. Just 40 km south-west of Munich and with good views of the Alps, the town was traditionally a favorite vacation spot for those living in the city. In 1873 Johannes Brahms spent four summer months in Tutzing, completing his String Quartets Opus 51 and writing the Haydn Variations. A small lakeside park is dedicated to him, and a plaque stands near the large house where he lived and worked. Tutzing is equipped with a regional hospital and various clinics. Show Tutzingon the map
Haag in OberbayernFor the town in Germany,Translated as (wife or lady of the Mountain) see Fraunberg, Bavaria. The family of the barons von Fraunberg, also known as the Fraunberger, is among the oldest in Bavaria. Their name derives from the village of Fraunberg in the district of Erding. They are documented since 945, when Heinrich von Fraunberger was mentioned in connection with Costnitz am Bodensee. Their main arms are Gules, a pale argent. On the death of Count Ladislaus von Fraunberg-Haag in 1567 the county was granted to the Duke of Bavaria. Show Haag in Oberbayernon the map
AdldorfAdldorf is a village in the municipality of Eichendorf in Dingolfing-Landau district of Germany. It lies on the River Vils to the west of Eichendorf. The ducal fiefs (Lehen) of Arlendorf or Arldorf and Adeldorf were conferred during the course of the centuries to various vassals. In the middle of the 18th century the substantial estate came into the hands of the von Tattenbach counts from Baumgarten. After the death of the Electoral Minister, Count Max Joseph von Tattenbach in 1802, Count Heinrich von Tattenbach, the representative of another branch of the family, inherited the estate. Show Adldorfon the map
PlassenburgPlassenburg is a castle in the city of Kulmbach in Bavaria. It is one of the most impressive castles in Germany and a symbol of the city. It was first mentioned in 1135. The Plassenberg family were ministerial of the counts of Andechs (later the dukes of Andechs-Meranien) and used as their seat the Plassenburg. The House of Guttenberg, a prominent Franconian noble family, traces its origins back to 1149 with a Gundeloh v. Blassenberg (Plassenberg). The name Guttenberg is derived from Guttenberg and was adopted by a Heinrich von Blassenberg around 1310. From 1340, the Hohenzollerns governed from Plassenburg castle their territories in Franconia till 1604. The Plassenburg was fortress and residence for the Hohenzollerns. Show Plassenburgon the map
MainbernheimMainbernheim is a municipality in Bavaria, Germany,4 kilometers to the south of Kitzingen (Landkreis, district of Kitzingen) in the direction of Nürnberg. It was first recorded in the chronicles of 889, during the reign of King Arnulf, the church being recognized by the influential bishopric of nearby Würzburg. The town was the site of a tariff house of the dukes of Ansbach and in thrall until 1397 to the duchy in the south, during the reign of King Wenceslaus. Mainbernheim was granted full rights as a city, although taxation privileges for Ansbach were extended until 1795. Show Mainbernheimon the map
MiesbachMiesbach is a town in Bavaria, Germany, and is the capital of the Miesbach district. The district is at an altitude of 697 metres above sea level. It covers an area of approximately 863.50 km² of alpine headlands and in 2004 had a population of 93,942. The town is located 48 km southeast of Munich. Lake Schliersee and Lake Tegernsee, around which are the internationally renowned spas, Bad Wiessee, Rottach-Egern and Tegernsee, are nearby.Miesbach was founded around the year 1000 and was for hundreds of years the seat of the County of Hohenwaldeck. In the 19th century it became the center of the conservation movement for the traditional costumes, the Tracht.Miesbach also has a rich history as a pilgrimage and a mining village, which can still be seen in the city landscape. Show Miesbachon the map
MemmingenMemmingen is a town in Swabia, Bavaria, Germany. It is the economic, educational and administrative centre of the Danube-Iller region. To the west the town is flanked by the Iller, the river that marks the Baden-Württemberg border. To the north, east and south the town is surrounded by the district of Unterallgäu (Lower Allgäu). Show Memmingenon the map
IrseeIrsee is a village and municipality in the district of Ostallgäu in Bavaria in Germany. The centre of the village is dominated by a monastery (Klosterbau), dedicated to the Virgin Mary, was founded in 1186 by Margrave Henry of Ronsberg to house a community that had grown up around a local hermit. It came close to collapse in the 14th century, when the community was reduced to a single monk, and was saved only by the intervention in 1373 of Anna von Ellerbach, the second founder, sister of the Bishop of Augsburg, and her appointee, abbot Conrad III, known for his extreme frugality. After severe losses during both the German Peasants' War in 1525 and the Thirty Years' War in the 17th century, including on both occasions the destruction of the library and on the second occasion of the archive Show Irseeon the map
IllesheimIllesheim, founded 1283 AD, is a municipality in the district of Neustadt (Aisch)-Bad Windsheim in Bavaria in Germany. The earliest leader affiliated with Illesheim's foundation was Götz von Berlichingen, known as \"the Knight with the Iron Hand.\" Also known locally as \"Illesa\". It lies 6 kilometers west of Bad Windsheim and 11 kilometers east of the A7 motorway. Illesheim is primarily an agricultural town. The even smaller hamlet of Urfersheim sits to its southeast, adjoining the opposite side of the airfield. Show Illesheimon the map
TennenloheTennenlohe is a district of the city of Erlangen in Middle Franconia, Germany, located about 6 km south of the city centre at the motorway A 3. Tennenlohe was amalgamated into the city on July 1, 1972. It has 4,439 inhabitants (March 1, 2007). Tennenlohe features a medieval church with baroque interior from 1766-68, as well as some historic sandstone buildings. Show Tennenloheon the map
MeringMering is a municipality in the district Aichach-Friedberg, in Bavaria, Germany. It is located on the river Paar. First mentioned in records in 1021, Mering has a long history. The growing town with its more than 12700 inhabitants (2007) profits from its good location between Munich and Augsburg. Engine of this growing popularity is the main railway station which connects Mering directly within 30 minutes to Munich and within 15 minutes to Augsburg. Although it profits from being in easy reach of big cities, one can easily get anything in Mering, from ice cream to cars. Mering is a lovely small town with lots of shopping facilities within easy walking distance. Its motto is \"Ihr Einkaufsort der kurzen Wege\" (Your shopping centre of short distances). Show Meringon the map
NördlingenNördlingen is a town in the Donau-Ries district, in Swabia, Bavaria, Germany, with a population of approximately 24,000. It was first mentioned in recorded history in 898, and in 1998 the town celebrated its 1100th anniversary. The town was the location of two battles during the Thirty Years' War, which took place between 1618–1648. Today it is one of only three towns in Germany that still has a completely established city wall, the other two being Rothenburg ob der Tauber and Dinkelsbühl. Show Nördlingenon the map
OchsenfurtOchsenfurt is a town in the district of Würzburg, in Bavaria, Germany. It is situated on the left bank of the River Main, here crossed by a stone bridge, 21 kilometres (13 mi) south from Würzburg by the railway to Munich, and at the junction of a line to Röttingen. Ochsenfurt has a population of about 11,000. Like Oxford, the town of Ochsenfurt is named after a ford where oxen crossed the river. It was one of the places in Germany that King Richard I of England was detained in 1193 while the king was returning to England from the Third Crusade. Show Ochsenfurton the map
BischofsgrünBischofsgrün (English translation: \"Bishopsgreen\") is a municipality in the district of Bayreuth in Bavaria in Germany. Bischofsgrün is situated within the Fichtelgebirge mountain range between the range's two largest mountains; Schneeberg (1051 m) and the Ochsenkopf (1024 m). The Ochsenkopf North Chairlift starts in Bischofsgrün and is one of two chair lifts that climb to the summit of the Ochsenkopf, making the town an ideal location for outdoor recreation year round. During the winter months tourists flock to the area for alpine skiing, cross country skiing, and sledding. During the summer, mountain biking and hiking are popular. Show Bischofsgrünon the map
BenediktbeuernBenediktbeuern is a municipality in the district of Bad in Bavaria, Germany. The distance between Bichl and Benediktbeuern is only 2 kilometers, or 1.25 miles. The village has about 3,500 residents as of 2004. Benediktbeuern has a famous monastery, formerly belonging to the Benedictine Order, called Benediktbeuern Abbey, which was founded in about 739. Its name is well known because of the Carmina Burana manuscript found there in 1803 and subsequently set to music by Carl Orff. Since 1930 the Salesians of Don Bosco live in this monastery. Show Benediktbeuernon the map
MartinsriedMartinsried is a section of Planegg, a municipality neighboring Munich, Germany. Martinsried lies about 15 km southwest of Munich's city center. Martinsried is mostly known as the location of the Max Planck Institute of Biochemistry, the Max Planck Institute of Neurobiology and theaccompanying biotechnology campus, which actually straddles the Munich/Planegg border. The campus is contingent with the Großhadern hospital campus, housing most of the Faculty of Medicine of the Ludwig Maximilians University of Munich. The Faculty of Chemistry and a part of the Biology Faculty of the university have relocated to this new campus in 1999 and 2005. Show Martinsriedon the map
ParksteinParkstein is a district in the municipality of Neustadt an der Waldnaab in Bavaria in Germany. In 2006, it counted approximately 2500 citizens within its district. The origins of its castle, built atop a conical shaped mountain, also called the Parkstein, date back to around the year 1000. A first written account of its existence can be traced back to the year 1053 in the documentations of the monks of Niederalteich of the Reichstag in Merseburg. Parkstein was chartered in 1435. Show Parksteinon the map
HerriedenHerrieden is a town in the district of Ansbach and situated in the Middle Franconia region of Bavaria, Germany. It lies along the upper Altmühl river, about 9 km (6 mi) southwest of the city of Ansbach, 47 km southwest of the city of Nürnberg, 95 km east of Heilbronn and 144 km northwest of Munich. It is part of a cooperative with the nearby small cities of Aurach, Burgoberbach, and Leutershausen. Herrieden is located close to the A6 autobahn between Nürnberg and Heilbronn. Herrieden is administratively over the large towns of Neunstetten to the north, Rauenzell to the east and Elbersroth to the southwest. Other towns and villages administratively under Herrieden include Birkach, Bittelhof, Böckau, Brünst, Buschhof, Esbach, Gimpertshausen, Gräbenwinden, Heuberg, Höfstetten, Hohenberg, Lamm Show Herriedenon the map
StamsriedStamsried is a village in the district of Cham in the Upper Palatinate region of Bavaria, Germany, near the Czech border. It is also located in the Roman Catholic diocese of Regensburg. Stamsried has a population of 2,319 as of June 2004 and an area of 4343 hectares (43.43 square kilometers, 16.8 square miles) which includes surrounding countryside outside the built up area of the village itself, the population density is 53.4 persons per square kilometer (138.3 per square mile). Stamsried is located 456 meters (1,496 feet) above sea level and contains rolling hills as high as 600 meters (1,968 feet). Show Stamsriedon the map
AuAu is a district in the south eastern plain tract of the German city of Munich in Bavaria. Au extends from the Deutsches Museum in the north and along the Isar up to (Wittelsbacher Bridge) in the south. In the centre of the area the Auer Dult takes place three times a year on the Mariahilfplatz, which is the largest annual market in Munich. Hans-Georg Schwarzenbeck, a 1974 World Cup champion has operated a stationery shop in Au for over 20 years. Show Auon the map
PferseePfersee is a part of the city of Augsburg, Bavaria with some 25.000 inhabitants on the western shore of river Wertach. In 1911 Pfersee was incorporated to Augsburg. The name Pfersee probably derives from “fert” (Furt), meaning a ford (crossing). Pfersee is first mentioned in 8th century, but there also are important archeological findings such as a brazen horse-head which was part of an equestrian statue, probably dedicated to emperor Hadrian. Show Pferseeon the map
SonnenSonnen is a small municipality in the district of Passau in Bavaria in Germany. It is located in the Danube forest, lower Bavarian forest and is located mostly in the district Passau at a height of 700 to 900 meters. Sonnen lies 28 km from Passau, 9 km from Hauzenberg and from the forest itself 13 km. Sonnen borders with upper Austria which lies only 8 km away. The village now boasts unique natural energy systems, being nearly fully solar powered. Show Sonnenon the map
HemauHemau is a small town in Southern Germany, in the district of Regensburg. The town is situated on the Tangrintel, a ridge which runs between the rivers Altmühl and Schwarze Laber.It lies on the B8 road, 28 km (17 mi) north-west of Regensburg, 77 km (48 mi) south-east of Nuremberg. The nearest towns, about 5 km (3 mi) distant, are Beratzhausen and Laaber. Hemau boasts the largest solar energy production plant in the world, which was opened on 29 April 2003. Show Hemauon the map
WeichsWeichs is a municipality in the district of Dachau in Bavaria in Germany. There are 4 main villages in the municipality - Weichs, Aufhausen, Ebersbach, and Fränking. In addition, there are several smaller villages: Albertshof, Biechlhof, Breitenwiesen, Daxberg, Edenholzhausen, Edenpfaffenhofen, Erlbach, Erlhausen, Hölzböck, Jedenhofen, and Zillhofen. In 2007, Weichs celebrated its 1200-year anniversary. Throughout the year, there were celebrations and commemorations of this event. Show Weichson the map
HolzkirchenHolzkirchen is a market town in Bavaria, Germany. With a population of over 16,000 (2008) it is the largest town in the Miesbach district. Holzkirchen is located on the Alpenvorland in the county of Miesbach. It was established as a Markt in the 13th century. Nowadays Holzkirchen is well known as a location for pharmaceutical research and production. The European center of Sandoz and HEXAL are located in the industrial zone. Show Holzkirchenon the map
LandshutLandshut (Bavarian: Landsad) is a town in Bavaria in the south-east of Germany, belonging to both Eastern and Southern Bavaria. Situated on the banks of the River Isar, Landshut is the capital of Lower Bavaria, one of the seven administrative regions of the Free State of Bavaria. It is also the seat of the surrounding district, and with a population of more than 60,000. Landshut is the largest city in Lower Bavaria, followed by Passau and Straubing, and Eastern Bavaria's second biggest city. Show Landshuton the map
WeyarnWeyarn is a municipality in the district of Miesbach in Bavaria in Germany. It dates back to a monastery that was founded by Siboto II, count of Falkenstein in 1133. It is located 38 km southeast of Munich and can be easily reached on highway A8 running from Munich to Salzburg. Its location (due to its nearness to Salzburg and Munich, cities)has been a source of problem to its development, especially, as the people do not want to be influenced into an urban lifestyle. They have worked towards retaining their original identity through a project of Village Renewal (referred to as dorferneurung in German), since the 1990s. Currently, they have been adjudged to be very successful in this regard, and are now known for their established approach to rural development which has become an example i Show Weyarnon the map
WinklarnWinklarn is a municipality in the district of Schwandorf in Bavaria, Germany. In 2006, Winklarn had 1446 inhabitants. Winklarn lies in the Upper Palatinate. In the North of Winklarn, there is a large forest, the so-called Frauenstein. Winklarn was first mentioned in 1270. In 1635, 229 inhabitants died of the pest. After the remaining inhabitants prayed to St. Sebastian, the Black Death stopped. Since this time, every year St. Sebastian's Day is celebrated specially due to a promise of the inhabitants at that time. Show Winklarnon the map
SonthofenSonthofen is the most southerly town of Germany, located in the Oberallgäu region of the Bavarian Alps. Neighbouring Oberstdorf is situated 14 km farther south but is not classified as a town. Sonthofen is located at 47°30′57″N 10°16′52″E / 47.51583°N 10.28111°E. In 2005, Sonthofen was awarded \"Alpenstadt des Jahres\" (Alpine city of the year). Sonthofen was given town rights on 18 August 1963.Sonthofen has 20,990 inhabitants (as of 31 December 2008).It is widely known for its milk and cheese products and as a tourist destination. Show Sonthofenon the map
TeisingTeising is a municipality in the district of Altötting in Bavaria in Germany and belongs to the parish Burgkirchen am Wald. The village is located very centrally between the towns of Altötting and Mühldorf am Inn. Since 2008 most traffic is rerouted to the nearby freeway A94, which help the village center gain considerably in attractiveness. Teising is one of the oldest settlements in the area. Its first documented mention dates back to the year AD 710. There is evidence of Celtic settlements close by, of a main Roman road which connected Italy to the northern border of the Noricum province. Show Teisingon the map
OberpfaffenhofenOberpfaffenhofen is a village which is part of the municipality of Weßling in the district of Starnberg, Bavaria, Germany. It is 20 kilometers from the city center of Munich. The village is home to a major site of the German Aerospace Center (Deutsches Zentrum für Luft- und Raumfahrt, DLR) and became hence known to a wide audience when, in 1983 the first West-German astronaut, the physicist Ulf Merbold flew to space on board a Space Shuttle in the context of the Spacelab missions. These missions were partly supervised by the German Space Operations Center (GSOC) located at Oberpfaffenhofen. Show Oberpfaffenhofenon the map
TuntenhausenTuntenhausen is a municipality in the district of Rosenheim in Bavaria in Germany. There are 57 official districts of Tuntenhausen, namely Tuntenhausen itself, Antersberg, Aubenhausen, Bach, Berg, Beyharting, Biberg, Bichl (this Bichl is an Einöde), Bichl (this Bichl is a Weiler (hamlet)), Bolkam, Brettschleipfen, Dettendorf, Eggarten, Eisenbartling, Emling, Fischbach, Fuchsholz, Großrain, Guperding, Haus, Höglhaus, Hohenthann, Holzbichl, Hopfen, Hörmating, Innerthann, Jakobsberg, Karlsried, Knogl, Kronbichl, Lampferding, Mailling, Maxlrain, Moosmühle, Mühlholz, Neureith, Nordhof, Oberrain, Oed, Ostermünchen, Pangraz, Schlafthal, Schmidhausen, Schönau, Schwaig, Schweizerberg, Schweizerting, Seisrain, Sindlhausen, Söhl, Stetten (this Stetten is a Dorf (village)), Stetten (this Stetten is an Show Tuntenhausenon the map
KelheimKelheim is a town and municipality in Bavaria, Germany. It is the capital of the district Kelheim and is situated at the confluence of Altmühl and Danube. Kelheim has a population of around 15,750. Show Kelheimon the map
AnsbachAnsbach (/ˈænzbæk/; German pronunciation: [ˈansbax] (13px listen)) is a city in the German state of Bavaria. It is the capital of the administrative region of Middle Franconia. Ansbach is 25 miles (40 km) southwest of Nuremberg and 90 miles (140 km) north of Munich, on the Fränkische Rezat (Rezat River), a tributary of the Main river. In 2004, its population was 40,723. The city has connections via autobahn A6 and highways B13 and B14. Ansbach station is on the and railways and is the terminus of line S4 of the Nuremberg S-Bahn. Show Ansbachon the map
IrschenbergIrschenberg is a municipality in the district of Miesbach in the German state of Bavaria, about 46 km (29 mi) southeast of Munich. It consists of numerous hamlets situated on the Irschenberg hill range. The hill is a notorious ascent of the Bundesautobahn 8 motorway running from Munich to Salzburg laid out from 1934 on. A rest area and a motel were attached in 1951. Originally a part of the Bishopric of Freising, the area fell into possession of the Lords of Hohenwaldeck at Miesbach until their county was incorporated into the Bavarian Electorate in 1734. Show Irschenbergon the map
Murnau am StaffelseeMurnau am Staffelsee is a market town in the district of in the region called Oberbayern in Bavaria, Germany.The market originated from the 12th century around the castle Murnau. Murnau is situated on the edge of the Bavarian alps, approx. 70 km south of Munich. Directly to its west is the Staffelsee lake and to the south are the summits and burrs of the Ammergauer Alps beginning with the Hörnle up to the Ettaler Manndl which is located in the southwest of the Wettersteingebirge. This mountain range is formed by the Zugspitze and the Alpspitze in the south as well as the Estergebirge with its striking Kistenkar and the Walchensee mountains including Heimgarten and Herzogstand in the southeast. During the last ice age (Würmeiszeit) Murnau was covered by an almost 600 Show Murnau am Staffelseeon the map
DettelbachDettelbach is a town in the district of Kitzingen in the Regierungsbezirk Unterfranken in Bavaria, Germany. It is situated on the right bank of the Main, 17 km east of Würzburg, and 7 km north of Kitzingen. Dettelbach is famous for its wine, available from a number of local wineries. One major tourist attraction is the annual wine fest in the heart of downtown. The festival takes place every year from the Catholic Feast of Corpus Christi to the Sunday following the holiday.A local specialty are \"Muskatzinen\", flavorful pastries spiced with nutmeg, made after a secret recipe. Show Dettelbachon the map
TannTann is a municipality in the district of Rottal-Inn in Bavaria, Germany. It has about 4 thousand inhabitants and is only 15 km from the corner of Austria away. The historic marketplace is one of the most beautiful in the whole region. The most impressive building is the church St. Peter and Paul.At the end of the 17th century, began a pilgrimage to the \"Godfather of Tann\" which is the name of a wooden cross. The saga tells, that the beard and hair of the crucifix began to grow for several times. After that many miracles happened caused by the cross. Show Tannon the map
AugsburgAugsburg (lit. Augustborough) [German pronunciation: [ˈʔaʊ̯ksbʊʁk] (13px listen)] (Bavarian: Augschburg) is a city in Swabia, Bavaria, Germany. It was a Free Imperial City for over 500 years. It is a university town and home of the Regierungsbezirk Schwaben and the Bezirk Schwaben. Augsburg is an urban district and home to the institutions of the Landkreis Augsburg. It is the third-largest city in Bavaria (after Munich and Nuremberg) with a population of 286,000 citizens. After Neuss and Trier, Augsburg is Germany's third oldest city, being founded by the Romans as Augusta Vindelicorum, named after the Roman emperor Augustus. Show Augsburgon the map
JoditzJoditz is a village in Upper Franconia, in the municipality of Köditz 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 parish church. The area of the parish includes the hamlets Joditz, Lamitz, Saalenstein, Scharten, Stöckaten and Siebenhitz. Show Joditzon the map
Sulzbach-RosenbergSulzbach-Rosenberg is a municipality in the Amberg-Sulzbach district, in Bavaria, Germany. It is situated approximately 14 km northwest of Amberg, and 50 km east of Nuremberg. The town consists of two parts: Sulzbach in the west, and Rosenberg in the east. Archeological evidence tells that Sulzbach was an important centre from the 8th century on. Sulzbach castle was founded during the early 8th century, probably by the kingdom. Show Sulzbach-Rosenbergon the map
HeiligenstadtHeiligenstadt in Oberfranken (officially: Heiligenstadt i. OFr.) is a community with market rights in the Upper Franconian district of Bamberg. The town clusters round the base of Schloss Greifenstein. To further tourism the old school was converted into today’s town hall, the historic marketplace was remodelled, and at Easter it is adorned with an Easter fountain. Furthermore, an old barn was converted into a community centre. The community with its houses under memorial protection and its historically interesting church is a well known outing destination. Show Heiligenstadton the map
LauingenLauingen is a town in the district of Dillingen in Bavaria, Germany. It is located on the left bank of the Danube, 5 km west of Dillingen, and 37 km northeast of Ulm. In June 1800, the armies of the French First Republic, under command of Jean Victor Moreau, fought Habsburg regulars and Württemberg contingents, under the general command of Pál Kray. Kray had taken refuge in the fortress at Ulm; Moreau diverted his army to approach Ulm from the east. Kray had ordered preparation for the destruction of all the bridges across the Danube, including the one at Lauingen. A small group of French captured a foothold on the northern bank of the Danube by Grensheim, and Moreau's forces were able to move against the fortress on both sides of the river. At this battle, the culmination of the Danube Ca Show Lauingenon the map
BlindheimBlindheim (in English also known as Blenheim) is a municipality in the Bavarian district of Dillingen in southern Germany, consisting of several villages. It is north of Augsburg, on the left bank of the Danube River. Its population is roughly 1,700. For administrative purposes, it is affiliated with the municipal association of Höchstädt an der Donau. Since about 1700 the Lordship of Blindheim in the Electorate of Bavaria has been held by the Counts of Rechberg. Show Blindheimon the map
TeisbachTeisbach is a former town in Lower Bavaria in Germany. It is now part of the city of Dingolfing. Teisbach had been a separate municipality immediately west of Dingolfing and east of Loiching until January 1, 1972, when it was included with the city of Dingolfing. The area of the former municipality of Teisbach is now a cadastral subdivision of Dingolfing. Show Teisbachon the map
KrünKrün is a municipality in the Upper Bavarian district of It belongs with as district capital and cultural center as well as other municipalities to the region Werdenfelser Land. A few kilometers south runs the German-Austrian border. The village, together with Mittenwald and Wallgau, builds the tourism network Alpenwelt Karwendel who markets the holiday region throughout the year as a starting point for sports and recreational activities such as hiking and cross-country skiing. Show Krünon the map
DonaustaufDonaustauf is a market town in Bavaria, 5 km (3 mi) east of Regensburg at the foothills of the Bavarian Forest. The ruins of a medieval castle, presumably erected between 914 and 930, tower above the small town. Situated nearby on a hill rising from the Danube is the imposing Teutonic temple of fame, Walhalla, a costly reproduction of the Parthenon in Athens which was commissioned by Bavarian King Ludwig I and inaugurated on 18 October 1842. Show Donaustaufon the map
MarktoberdorfMarktoberdorf is the capital of the Bavarian district of Ostallgäu in the Regierungsbezirk of Swabia. Marktoberdorf is near Kempten, Füssen, known for the castle Neuschwanstein, Bad Wörishofen, and Schongau. The nearest larger city is Kaufbeuren, eleven kilometers away. Show Marktoberdorfon the map
SchwabachSchwabach is a German town of about 40,000 inhabitants near Nuremberg in the centre of the region of Franconia in the North of Bavaria. The city is an autonomous administrative district (kreisfreie Stadt). Schwabach is also the name of a river, which runs through the city prior joining the Rednitz. Schwabach is famous for its crafts made of gold, particularly gold foil. In 2004, Schwabach celebrated this tradition with an anniversary festival, marking \"500 years gold foil in Schwabach\". Show Schwabachon the map
LaaberLaaber is a municipality in the district of Regensburg in Bavaria in Germany. It lies on the River Schwarze Laber (note the spelling difference). The now-ruined medieval castle on the hill above the town centre was once the seat of the Lords of Laber, who were influential in the 14th and 15th centuries. Hadamar II of Laber was mayor of Regensburg in 1334, and Ulrich of Laber was mayor of Nuremberg in 1366. The dynasty had some importance as patrons of cultural activities. They contributed financially to the construction of the Scots Monastery in Regensburg, and are recorded as being enthusiastic supporters of jousting events. Hadamar III was a courtly poet (Minnesänger), famous particularly for his poem \"Die Jagd\" ('the hunt'). The Lords of Laber also owned the castle at Wolfsegg. The Hous Show Laaberon the map
StadelStadel bei Herrieden is a farm village of approximately 120 residents that is administratively part of the large town of Herrieden and administratively within the city/district of Ansbach. Stadel is situated in the Middle Franconia region of Bavaria, Germany. It is 2 km west of the upper Altmühl river on the main road between the small cities of Herrieden and Aurach. Stadel is about 11 km (7 mi) southwest of the city of Ansbach, 49 km southwest of the city of Nürnberg, 93 km east of Heilbronn and 143 km northwest of Munich. It is situated immediately east of the village of Stegbruck, west of the town of Aurach, north of the village of Schönau and south of the village of Hillsbach. Stadel is the seventh largest village under the town of Herrieden. Show Stadelon the map
RegensburgRegensburg (German pronunciation: (13px listen); Latin: Castra-Regina, English: Ratisbon) is a city in south-east Germany, situated at the confluence of the Danube, Naab and Regen rivers. With over 140,000 inhabitants, Regensburg is the fourth-largest city in the State of Bavaria after Munich, Nuremberg and Augsburg. The city is the political, economic and cultural centre of Eastern Bavaria and the capital of the Bavarian administrative region Upper Palatinate. Show Regensburgon the map
RimparRimpar is a market town in the district of Würzburg in the German state of Bavaria. It is located about 10 km (6 mi) north of the City of Würzburg. The municipality includes the villages of Gramschatz and Maidbronn, incorporated in 1978. Rimpar was first mentioned in an 1126 deed. Hermann I von Lobdeburg, Bishop of Würzburg, established a Cistercian abbey at neighbouring Maidbronn in 1232. Sculptor Tilman Riemenschneider furnished the abbey Fons Virginis Sanctae Mariae monastery church, now Saint Afra with the Grieving for Christ sandstone altar in 1525, considered the last of his major works. Show Rimparon the map
Bad EndorfBad Endorf is a municipality in the district of Rosenheim in Bavaria in Germany. The relatively small town is located about 15 km outside of Rosenheim and is in close proximity to the Chiemsee lake and its larger shore towns, Prien, Gstadt, and Seebruck. The town is home to a large health spa and gym, as well as the German Federal Police winter sports training center which is famous for producing multiple medal winners at the Winter Olympics such as female speed skater Claudia Pechstein. Show Bad Endorfon the map
FladungenFladungen is a town in the Rhön-Grabfeld district, in Bavaria, Germany. It is situated in the Rhön Mountains, 11 km northwest of Ostheim, 20 km west of Meiningen, and 33 km east of Fulda. The northernmost town in Bavaria, it borders Hesse to the northwest and Thuringia to the northeast. The town is a service center for the surrounding agricultural region. There are also some small industries, including a cement factory. The 2009 population was estimated at just over 2,100. Show Fladungenon the map
MödlareuthMödlareuth (German pronunciation: is a German village situated partly in Bavaria and partly in Thuringia. Between 1949 and 1990, the northern part was in East Germany and the southern part in West Germany.The Thuringian part of the village belongs to Gefell while the Bavarian part belongs to Töpen. It was called Little Berlin by the Americans because a wall divided it until 1989, like the Berlin Wall divided Berlin. Little Berlin has become a symbol of separation between the West and East by the wall. Yet it is also a symbol of reunification. Therewith it also represents something greater which does not only concern Berlin or Mödlareuth, but the whole of Germany and all Germans. This applies to the past as well as the present.Now the Museum Mödlareuth shows the history of@en . Show Mödlareuthon the map
KatzwangKatzwang, formerly a separate municipality, has been a part of Nuremberg in Bavaria, Germany, since 1 July 1972. It is located on a ford across the Rednitz river, in the south of the city (approx. 8 km away from the center). The village was mentioned for the first time in the year 1152. It belonged at that point to Ellwangen Abbey, which sold it to Ebrach Abbey in 1296. The church of Saint Mary still contains medieval work, in particular the ossuary (German: \"Karner\") and the walls of the churchyard. Show Katzwangon the map
HahnbachHahnbach is a municipality in the district of Amberg-Sulzbach in Bavaria in Germany. There are living at the moment about 5000 people. The most important districts are: Fronbergsiedlung, Friedhofsiedlung, Süd 3, Markt. About 2000 of the 5000 people are not living in Hahnbach by itself, they are living in villages like Dürnsricht or Iber, which are in the area of Hahnbach. At the Moment, the Mayor of Hahnbach is Hans Kummert (CSU). The CSU is the most popular party in Hahnbach, at the last election they got more than 75% of the votes, at place two was the SPD with at least 20% of the votes. The most important objects of interest are the Amberger Tor and the Fahrraddenkmal, which shows a biker holding his bike. The church in Hahnbach is called St. Jakobus Church. The sports team is called SV Show Hahnbachon the map
ErlangenErlangen (German pronunciation: [ˈɛrlaŋən] (13px listen); East Franconian: Erlang) is a Middle Franconian city in Bavaria, Germany. It is located north-west of Nuremberg at the confluence of the river Regnitz and its large tributary, the Schwabach. Erlangen has more than 100,000 inhabitants. Felix Klein's Erlangen program of 1872, considering the future of research in mathematics, is so called because Klein then taught at the University of Erlangen-Nuremberg. Show Erlangenon the map
BaunachBaunach is a town in the Upper Franconian district of Bamberg and the seat of the administrative community of Baunach. Until administrative reform in 1972, Baunach belonged to the Lower Franconian district of Ebern. Baunach calls itself the “Franconian Three-River Town” because it lies on the rivers Baunach, Lauter and Main. These three rivers are depicted in the town’s coat of arms, in which a golden pike lies over the three rivers. In 2002, the town celebrated its 1,200-year jubilee. Moreover, the river Itz flows through the community area. Show Baunachon the map
LangensendelbachLangensendelbach is a municipality in the district of Forchheim in Bavaria in Germany. There live about 3500 inhabitants the village Bräuningshof is a part of Langensendelbach.. was first named on the July 13th in the year 1062. After this Langensendelbach was a part of the bistum Bamberg. In the year 1400 St. Peter and Paul chapel was built, in the 14/15th century a small gothic church was built. In the year 1896 the priest named Wölfel found an old German bodygrave from the fifth century. In the World War I 22 men from Langensendelbach died. In World War II 88 men had to fight, nineteen of them died in the war or in prison. A few days before the War ended, SS troops were in the village, the US Army attacked them and three children and one man died. Show Langensendelbachon the map
VilseckVilseck is a town in the Oberpfalz region of northeastern Bavaria, Germany situated on the river Vils, a tributary of the Naab river. The town is geographically separate from a nearby large American military base known as the Rose Barracks but more commonly referred to as Vilseck. The base, built in 1937-1938, was captured during World War II from the Germans; it was previously known as Südlager. Its name comes from the location of a castle built in 920. Eck is the German word for corner. The Vils river has a tight bend where the Burg is located. Thus, the name Vilseck. Show Vilseckon the map
DachauDachau (German pronunciation: [ˈdaxaʊ]) is a town in Upper Bavaria, in the southern part of Germany. It is a major district town—a Große Kreisstadt—of the administrative region of Upper Bavaria, about 20 kilometres (12 miles) north-west of Munich. It is now a popular residential area for people working in Munich with roughly 45,000 inhabitants. The historic centre of town with its 18th-century castle is situated on an elevation and visible over a great distance. Show Dachauon the map
GroßkarolinenfeldGroßkarolinenfeld (spelled with the German ß) is a municipality in the district of Rosenheim in Bavaria in Germany. It is located at the Munich–Rosenheim railway. The station Großkarolinenfeld is served about once per hour by local trains. Show Großkarolinenfeldon the map
PuchheimPuchheim is a city near Munich in the district of Fürstenfeldbruck, in Bavaria, Germany. It has about 20,000 inhabitants, and is located at 48°09′N 11°21′E / 48.150°N 11.350°E.Puchheim is divided into two parts: the old and rural part called Puchheim-Ort and the new part of Puchheim (Puchheim Bahnhof) that was founded when the S-Bahn (a quick train commuting to Munich) was built. Before that there was one of the first civil airfields in Bavaria, which was later used as a prisoner of war camp during World War I. The area around the camp was dried up by workers from the POW camp, so that houses could be built. Show Puchheimon the map
GrünwaldGrünwald (German for green forest) is a municipality in the district of Munich, in Bavaria, Germany. It is located on the right bank of the Isar, 12 km southwest of Munich (centre). As of 31 December 2011 it had a population of 11,109. Grünwald is best known for its medieval castle Grünwald (Burg Grünwald), for the Bavaria Film Studios (one of Europe's biggest and most famous movie production studios), and as a domicile for many prominent and rich people (Grünwald is the wealthiest municipality in Germany). The castle today houses a branch of the Bavarian Archaeological Museum. Show Grünwaldon the map
EichenauEichenau is a municipality in the district of Fürstenfeldbruck, in Bavaria, Germany. It is situated 20 km west of Munich (centre). Eichenau was officially named in 1907 as a separate settlement to the community of Alling. Its location is due to the railway station on the line Munich to Lindau. The settlement grew according to plans made by district commissioner Josef Nibler in Fürstenfeldbruck since 1916. He founded the Baugenossenschaft Eichenau and managed to acquire 60 ha of land for housing projects after the First World War.Most of the population commutes to Munich. The town now has a large sports centre, complete with outdoor beach volleyball courts and tennis courtse. Show Eichenauon the map
ErlabrunnErlabrunn is a municipality in the district of Würzburg in Bavaria, Germany. It has an administrative division together with its neighbour Margetshöchheim. It is known for its viticulture and its orcharding. Erlabrunn is about 10 kilometres (6 mi) north of Würzburg. Its neighbours are in the south Margetshöchheim und Veitshöchheim, in the west Leinach and in the north Zellingen and Thüngersheim. It is situated on the west side of the river Main. It was first mentioned in 1209. Show Erlabrunnon the map
WassertrüdingenWassertrüdingen is a town in the district of Ansbach, Middle Franconia, Bavaria, Germany. It is between the Hesselberg, the only Franconian mountain with a view on the Alps, the wooded heights of the Oettinger Forest and the foothills of the Hahnenkamm. The Fränkisches Seenland (Franconian Lake District) recreation area is 15 kilometers away. Altentrüdingen, Fürnheim, Geilsheim, Obermögersheim, Reichenbach und Schobdach are part of Wassertrüdingen Show Wassertrüdingenon the map
SolnhofenSolnhofen is a municipality in the district of in the region of Middle Franconia in the Land of Bavaria in Germany. It lies within the Altmühl Valley. The local area is famous in geology and archaeology for Solnhofen limestone. This is a very fine-grained limestone from the Jurassic period which is an exceptionally fine Lagerstätte that preserves detailed fossil specimens. Alois Senefelder used specially prepared blocks of the fine Solnhofen limestone for the process of lithography which he invented in 1798. The quarrying of this lithographic limestone subsequently yielded spectacular finds, including Archaeopteryx, commemorated in the bird's full name Archaeopteryx lithographica. All 13 known specimens have come from the Solnhofen area. Show Solnhofenon the map
BerchtesgadenBerchtesgaden (German pronunciation: Central Bavarian: Berchtsgoan) is a municipality in the German Bavarian Alps. It is located in the south district of Berchtesgadener Land in Bavaria, near the border with Austria, some 30 km south of Salzburg and 180 km southeast of Munich. To the south of the city the Berchtesgaden National Park stretches along three parallel valleys. Show Berchtesgadenon the map
Bad WindsheimBad Windsheim is a small historic town in Bavaria, Germany with a population of almost 12,000. It lies in the district Neustadt an der Aisch-Bad Windsheim, west of Nuremberg. In the Holy Roman Empire, Windsheim held the rank of Imperial City. In 1961, it became a spa town and has since been called \"Bad Windsheim\". Show Bad Windsheimon the map
Pfaffenhofen an der IlmPfaffenhofen an der Ilm is a municipality in Bavaria, Germany, capital of the district Pfaffenhofen. It is located on the river Ilm, and had a population of 23,282 in 2004. Composer Ralf Yusuf Gawlick was born here in 1969. Show Pfaffenhofen an der Ilmon the map
Gmund am TegernseeGmund am Tegernsee is a municipality in the district of Miesbach in Bavaria in Germany. The town is located on the north shore of the Tegernsee Lake, and near the source of River Mangfall. It is 46 kilometres (29 mi) from Munich and 15 kilometres (9.3 mi) from the district capital, the town of Miesbach. Gmund is served by a station on the privately owned Tegernsee-Bahn railway, and is linked to Munich by through trains of the Bayerische Oberlandbahn. \n* Gmund am Tegernsee Town Hall \n* St Aegidius Church \n* St Aegidius Church interior \n* Kaltenbrunn Estate Show Gmund am Tegernseeon the map
VierzehnheiligenThe Basilica of the Fourteen Holy Helpers (German: Basilika Vierzehnheiligen) is a church located near the town of Bad Staffelstein near Bamberg, in Bavaria, southern Germany. The late Baroque-Rococo basilica, designed by Balthasar Neumann, was constructed between 1743 and 1772. It is dedicated to the Fourteen Holy Helpers, a group of saints venerated together in the Catholic Church, especially in Germany at the time of the Black Death. Show Vierzehnheiligenon the map
DingolshausenDingolshausen is a municipality in the district of Schweinfurt in Bavaria, Germany. Dingolshausen is a Village in the district of Schweinfurt in Bavaria, Germany.Located at the foot of the Steigerwald (forest) and in the valley of a creek named the Volkach. Dingolshausen is mostly famous for their wineries. Kohler is known throughout Germany and the rest of the world. Coat of Arms:The coat of arms (Wappen) was given to Dingolshausen in the year 1561. It shows two grapes as a symbol of the winemakers (Winzwer). Web-links:Commons: Dingolshausen () Collection of pictures and videos of the village. Show Dingolshausenon the map
EllingenEllingen is a town in the district, in Bavaria, Germany. Show Ellingenon the map
DinkelsbühlDinkelsbühl is a historic town in Central Franconia, a region of Germany that is now part of the state of Bavaria, in southern Germany. Dinkelsbühl is a former Free imperial city of the Holy Roman Empire. In local government terms, Dinkelsbühl lies near the western edge of the Landkreis (or local government district) of district of Ansbach, north of Aalen. Dinkelsbühl lies on the northern part of the Romantic Road, and is one of three particularly striking historic towns on the northern part of the route, the others being Rothenburg ob der Tauber and Nördlingen. Show Dinkelsbühlon the map
KallmünzKallmünz is a municipality in the district of Regensburg in Bavaria, Germany.Situated at the river Naab about 25 km north of Regensburg Kallmünz has conserved a beautiful medieval center. The main attractions are the ruins of the Kallmünz Castle above the town on a cliff and the old stone bridge over the Naab River. It was in Kallmünz that the Russian painter Wassily Kandinsky and the German expressionist painter Gabriele Münter met during the summer of 1903. Since then Kallmünz has been the constant home to a small Art colony. Show Kallmünzon the map
MauerstettenMauerstetten is a municipality in the district of Ostallgäu in the southwest of Bavaria in Germany. Its foundations dates back to the early 9th century, and its name actually means \"place of walls\", due to ruins of supposedly Roman origin found there. Currently, Mauerstetten has about 2,800 inhabitants living in the four parts of the community: Mauerstetten itself, Steinholz, Hausen and Frankenried. Agriculture still plays a large role in the village, but some modest industry is to be found there as well. Show Mauerstettenon the map
WaldkraiburgWaldkraiburg (Central Bavarian: Woidkroaburg) is a town in the district of Mühldorf, in Bavaria, Germany with a population of about 24,000. It is the biggest town in the district of Mühldorf. It is located on the Inn River, approximately ten kilometers southwest of Mühldorf and sixty kilometers east of Munich.Waldkraiburg is one of the Bavarian displaced person cities. During World War II, an armour factory fabricated gunpowder in this area. The remaining bunkers were soon used as makeshift housing for displaced persons from Sudetenland and Bohemia. Show Waldkraiburgon the map
Bad FeilnbachBad Feilnbach is a municipality in the Upper Bavarian district of Rosenheim at the foot of Wendelstein Mountain in Germany. As a famous 'Moorheilbad' (moor healing spa) the municipality was awarded in 1973 the title \"Bad\". Since the 19th century the peat deposits were the basis for a continued expansion of the spa and health facilities. The recognized healing success of \"black gold\" on a variety of diseases were the basis for the development of a well-known spa and tourist community. Due to its wooded surroundings and the mild climate Feilnbach is called the \"Bavarian Meran\". The entire municipality is recognized as a healing spa resort except for parts of the former municipality Dettendorf. Show Bad Feilnbachon the map
RehauRehau is a town in the district of Hof, in Bavaria, Germany. The first documented name of Rehau was \"Resawe\" in the year 1234. Rehau is situated in the Fichtelgebirge, 12 km southeast of Hof, and 12 km west of Aš. Formerly a fairly isolated town, located as it is near both Czech and former East German borders, with the fall of The Wall, it is now in the center of a growing area, with a new Autobahn providing ready access from Nuremberg and Munich. Show Rehauon the map
RamsauRamsau (Central Bavarian: Ramsau bei Berchtesgoan) is a German municipality in the Bavarian Alps with a population of around 1,800.It is located on the Königssee in the district of Berchtesgadener Land in Bavaria, close to the border with Austria, 35 km south of Salzburg and 150 km south-east of Munich.It is situated north of the Berchtesgaden National Park. Ramsau is famous for its high mountains, including the third highest mountain in Germany, the fabled Mount Watzmann (2713 m), and for the Lake Hintersee. Show Ramsauon the map
VeitshöchheimVeitshöchheim is a municipality in the district of Würzburg, in Bavaria, Germany. It is situated on the right bank of the Main, 6 kilometres (4 mi) northwest of Würzburg. Veitshöchheim has a population just under 10,000. Show Veitshöchheimon the map
SteinwiesenSteinwiesen is a municipality in the district of Kronach in Bavaria, Germany about 100 km slightly east of due north of Nuremberg, and about 10 km northeast of Kronach. The name Steinwiesen appears for the first time in the year 1323 authentic in history. In 1386 the rafters business in the Frankenwald was first mentioned. Steinwiesen obtained market privileges in 1743 through Friedrich Karl, bishop to Bamberg and Würzburg. With directive of April 1937, the governor of Bavaria, knight Franz of Epp lent the community of Steinwiesen the right to lead an own crest. The community flag with three strips in the sequence red-white-green was approved 1968 by Bavarian Interior Ministry. Show Steinwiesenon the map
Herrsching am AmmerseeHerrsching am Ammersee is a municipality in Upper Bavaria, Germany, on the east shore of the Ammersee, southwest of Munich. The population is around 8,000 in winter, increasing to 13,000 in summer. Situated at one terminus of the Munich S-Bahn line S8, the village is popular with travellers for its water-sports and as the starting point of trips to the Benedictine Andechs Abbey. Herrsching is also a stop for touring steamships of the Bavarian Seenschiffahrt or lake fleet. Show Herrsching am Ammerseeon the map
GerbrunnGerbrunn is a municipality in the district of Würzburg in Bavaria in Germany. It is located about 3 km from Würzburg. The name of the village stems from the contraction of the Althochdeutsche word Ger (throwing spear, because the village had originally the appearance of a spear) and Brunn (source, after the water source that is still flowing today near the city hall). Show Gerbrunnon the map
PlattlingPlattling is a town in the district of Deggendorf, in Bavaria, Germany. The town is situated on the river Isar, 9 km southwest of Deggendorf, just before the river enters the Danube. Near the city-center in the river there are a wave/hole which is one of Europe's best play spots for freestyle kayaking. In 2011 the ICF world championship in freestyle kayak were held there. Show Plattlingon the map
NeubibergNeubiberg is a municipality south-east of Munich, Germany, founded in 1912. It used to have an airport that was used as a Luftwaffe-base in the Third Reich and after the war as an U.S. airbase and in the following years as the German Air Force officer school. Today the largest part of the area is used by Bundeswehr University Munich. Neubiberg consists mainly of semi-detached and detached houses and has lots of gardens. The village of Unterbiberg is part of the municipality. It hosts the headquarters of Infineon Technologies (Campeon) located in the west of Unterbiberg as well as the headquarters of Intel Deutschland GmbH, a wireless semiconductor business. Show Neubibergon the map
OberschleißheimOberschleißheim is a municipality in the district of Munich, in Bavaria, Germany. It is located 13 km north of Munich (centre). As of 2005 it had a population of 11,467. Oberschleißheim is best known for the Schleissheim Palace and the Flugwerft Schleissheim next to the airport housing the airplane department of the German Museum. The airfield is also home to one of the five German Federal Policehelicopter squadrons. During World War II, a subcamp of Dachau concentration camp was located here. Show Oberschleißheimon the map
TraunreutTraunreut is a town in southeastern Bavaria, Germany in the Traunstein district. It is located at 47°58′N 12°35′E / 47.967°N 12.583°E. Traunreut lies in the heart of the Chiemgau region between Munich and Salzburg, approximately 10 km east of the Chiemsee, 25 km north of the Alps, and 35 km west of Salzburg. Its population is approximately 21,000. Companies present in the area include Siteco Beleuchtungstechnik GmbH (lighting fixtures), Dr. Johannes Heidenhain GmbH (linear and rotary encoders, gaging systems, CNC controls), Bosch and Siemens Household Appliances, BSH (household equipment, high-tech stoves and microwaves), and other midsize firms. Show Traunreuton the map
MoosburgMoosburg an der Isar (Central Bavarian: Mooschbuag on da Isa) is a town in the Landkreis Freising of Bavaria, Germany. The oldest town between Regensburg and Italy, it lies on the river Isar at an altitude of 421 m (1381 ft). It has 17,275 inhabitants (2005) and covers an area of 44 km². It is easily reached by the A 92 autobahn and regional trains on the Munich–Regensburg line. Furthermore, it takes just 10 minutes to get to Munich airport. St. Johannes and St. Kastulus Show Moosburgon the map
EltmannEltmann is a town of 5500 inhabitants (in the Haßberge district of Lower Franconia, in Bavaria, Germany. It lies on the south bank of the Main river, 18 km (11 mi) west of Bamberg. It comprises the town proper, and its outlying districts, Dippach, Eschenbach, Limbach, Lembach, Roßstadt, and Weissbrunn, as well as an industrial district. Eltmann lies within the Naturpark Steigerwald.The German federal highway (Bundesstraße) 26 passes through town, and the German Main Valley Autobahn 70 has an interchange adjacent to town. Eltmann receives rail service from the German national railway system, Deutsche Bahn, at the Ebelsbach-Eltmann train station. Show Eltmannon the map
HarburgThe castle was first mentioned in 1150 and has never been seriously damaged by war. Unlike many other German castles which were built in the last 200 years or rebuilt after World War II, Harburg Castle retains the feel of the Middle Ages. Singer Michael Jackson called it \"the castle of my dreams\", and tried unsuccessfully to buy it. The village itself is quaint with many footpaths and a historic stone bridge. A rare historic Jewish cemetery is another point of interest. Show Harburgon the map
LindauLindau (officially in German: Lindau (Bodensee)) is a major town and an island on the eastern side of Lake Constance (Bodensee in German). It is the capital of the Landkreis or county Lindau, Bavaria, and located near the borders of Austria (Vorarlberg) and Switzerland (St. Gallen and Thurgau). The coat of arms of Lindau town is a linden tree, referring to the supposed origin of the town's name (Linde means linden tree in German). The historic town of Lindau is located on an (0.26 sq mi) island, which is connected with the mainland by a road-traffic bridge and a railway dam leading to Lindau station. Show Lindauon the map
Bad ReichenhallBad Reichenhall is a spa town, and administrative center of the Berchtesgadener Land district in Upper Bavaria, Germany. It is located near Salzburg in a basin encircled by the Chiemgau Alps (including Mount Staufen (1,771 m) and Mount Zwiesel (1,781 m). Together with other alpine towns Bad Reichenhall engages in the Alpine Town of the Year Association for the implementation of the Alpine Convention to achieve sustainable development in the alpine arc. Bad Reichenhall was awarded Alpine Town of the Year 2001. Show Bad Reichenhallon the map
BrendlorenzenBrendlorenzen 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 of originally two separate villages called Brend and Lorenzen. The latter name is derived from the chapel of the same name, which is dedicated to Saint Lawrence (Lorenzo). Brend comes from the tributary of the same name, in whose valley the place is located. Brendlorenzen has approximately 4500 residents with several new housing development sites spreading onto the surrounding farm land. Show Brendlorenzenon the map
AufseßAufseß, also sometimes spelt Aufsess, is a municipality in the district of Bayreuth in Bavaria, Germany. Located in Franconian Switzerland on the Castle Road and the Franconian Bierstraße, or Beer Road, Aufseß is best known for its connection with the noble family of Aufsess, Knights of the Empire. Notable members of the family include Jobst Bernhard von und zu Aufsees, the founder of the Aufseesianum in Bamberg, Friedrich III von Aufseß, Prince-Bishop of Bamberg (1421–1431), and Hans von und zu Aufseß, who in 1852 was the principal founder of the Germanisches Nationalmuseum (formerly the \"Germanischen Museums“) in Nuremberg. Show Aufseßon the map
WalkertshofenWalkertshofen is a municipality in the district of Augsburg in Bavaria in Germany.It is set amongst gentle rolling hills of the farm district of Bavaria that are occasionally covered in snow during the winter months. Its only source of retail is one public hotel for food and refreshments. The majority of the population in the past have been mainly engaged in the workings of the surrounding farms with a small portion working on the building of the autobahns (main highways). Show Walkertshofenon the map
Bad StaffelsteinBad Staffelstein is a small town in the Bavarian Administrative Region of Upper Franconia in Germany. It is known for the beautiful landscape that surrounds it, which has been given the name \"Gottesgarten am Obermain\" (Eden on the Upper Main). It contains many landmarks, such as the Basilica of the Vierzehnheiligen designed by Balthasar Neumann, the former monastery of Banz Abbey, now Banz Castle, and the 540 meter high Staffelberg. Most recently, it has been the thermal salt water spa, for which the town received the title \"Bad\" in 2001, that has made Staffelstein a tourist attraction. Show Bad Staffelsteinon the map
KochelKochel am See is a municipality in the district of Bad Tolz-Wolfratshausen in Bavaria on the shores of Kochelsee. The municipality consists of the districts Altjoch, Brunnenbach, Ort, Pessenbach, Pfisterberg, Walchensee and Ried. Apart from its scenery, the settlement is known for The Smith of Kochel \"Schmied von Kochel\", who, according to legend, lead a Bavarian farmer rebellion against Austro-Hungarian occupiers at Sendling in the War of the Spanish Succession. Kochel is also known for its hydroelectric dam. It is a popular place for winter and summer holidays. Show Kochelon the map
SchlierseeSchliersee is a small town (Markt) and a municipality in the district of Miesbach in Bavaria in Germany. It is named after the nearby Lake Schliersee. It comprises the districts Schliersee (town), Westenhofen, Neuhaus, Fischhausen, Josefsthal and Spitzingsee. Show Schlierseeon the map
WiggensbachWiggensbach is a municipality in Bavaria. It is situated about 7 kilometres west of Kempten, the next greater town. Neighbour municipalities are Altusried in the north and Buchenberg in the south of the village. The municipality consists of Wiggensbach as the main village and Ermengerst and Westenried as two districts of Wiggensbach. There are furthermore 72 hamlets in the area of the municipality. The height of the village is between 870 and 1.077 metres above sea level. Show Wiggensbachon the map
BerchingBerching is a town in the district of Neumarkt in Bavaria, Germany. Berching is a historical town with a fully preserved town wall and low streamlet. The first settlement was registered in 883, so it is more than 1100 years old. Berching is located in the district of Neumarkt in Bavaria, Germany. It is situated on the Rhine-Main-Danube Canal, 20 km south of Neumarkt in der Oberpfalz. The old city or altstadt is surrounded by a large wall interspaced with towers. One of the towers has been converted into a 6-story apartment. A small inn called the Blaue Traube is also located in the city center. Show Berchingon the map
AffingAffing is a municipality near (10 km) Augsburg in Aichach-Friedberg district, in Swabia - Bavaria, southern Germany. The municipality covers an area of 44.85 km². Of the total population of 5,140, 2,591 are male, 2,248 are female, and 301 are of indeterminate status (Dec 31, 2003). The population density of the community is 115 inhabitants per km². Districts (villages) of the municipality Affing: Affing with Iglbach, Anwalting, Aulzhausen, Bergen, Frechholzhausen, Gebenhofen, Haunswies, Katzenthal, Miedering, Mühlhausen, Pfaffenzell. Show Affingon the map
OberstdorfOberstdorf is a municipality and skiing and hiking town in southwest Germany, located in the Allgäu region of the Bavarian Alps. Oberstdorf is one of the highest market towns in Germany. The southernmost point in Germany is located in the municipality. At the center of Oberstdorf is a church whose tall spire serves as a landmark for navigating around town. The summits of the Nebelhorn and Fellhorn provide dramatic panoramic views of the alps. The Nebelhorn can be reached with a big cable car. Visitors can ride a unique diagonal elevator to the top of the Show Oberstdorfon the map
Mallersdorf-Pfaffenberg is a municipality in the district of Straubing-Bogen in Bavaria, Germany and has around 7000 inhabitants. is located in the heart of Bavaria in the south of Germany. The medieval cities Regensburg and Landshut are within a 30 km radius and even the major cities Munich (München) and Nürnberg are just around 100 km away. The town is well known for the Mallersdorf Abbey, which exists since the 12th century. The Franciscan order of the \"Mallersdorfer Schwestern\" is busy around the world. Also Pope Benedictus XVI enjoyed his vacations here. Show Mallersdorf-Pfaffenbergon the map
WürzburgWürzburg (German pronunciation: (13px listen); Main-Franconian: Wörtzburch) is a city in the region of Franconia, northern Bavaria, Germany. Located on the Main River, it is the capital of the Regierungsbezirk of Lower Franconia. The regional dialect is Franconian. Würzburg lies about equidistant from Frankfurt am Main and from Nuremberg (each about 120 kilometers or 75 miles away). Although the city of Würzburg is not part of the Landkreis Würzburg, (i.e. district of Würzburg), it is the seat of the district's administration. The city has a population of around 124,000 people. Show Würzburgon the map
Schwarzenbach an der SaaleSchwarzenbach an der Saale is a town in the district of Hof, in Bavaria, Germany. It is situated on the river Saale, 11 km south of Hof. Within the town is the Gedenkstätte Langer Gang, a memorial to the Nazi victims of the Helmbrechts concentration camp, which was near Schwarzenbach an der Saale, and particularly of the victims of the death march from Helmbrechts concentration camp to Volary. After the war, Erika Fuchs, German translator of Carl Barks's comics, lived and worked in Schwarzenbach for fifty years. Currently, a comic museum named after her is being built in the town. Show Schwarzenbach an der Saaleon the map
KronachKronach is a town in Oberfranken, Bavaria, Germany, located in the Frankenwald area. It is the capital of the district Kronach. Kronach is the birthtown of Lucas Cranach the Elder and Maximilian von Welsch, as well as Johann Kaspar Zeuss and bishop Josef Stangl.The town is equipped with a nearly complete city-wall and Germany's biggest medieval fortress (Festung Rosenberg). The headquarters of German television and AV equipment manufacturer, Loewe, is located here but will be moved to Munich after a restructuring of the company. The rivers Haßlach, Kronach and Rodach unite in Kronach. Show Kronachon the map
PassauPassau (German pronunciation: [ˈpasaʊ]) is a town in Lower Bavaria, Germany. It is also known as the Dreiflüssestadt or \"City of Three Rivers,\" because the Danube is joined at Passau by the Inn from the south and the Ilz from the north. Passau's population is 50,415, of whom about 11,000 are students at the local University of Passau. The university, founded in the late 1970s, is the extension of the Institute for Catholic Studies Fakultät) founded in 1622. It is renowned in Germany for its institutes of economics, law, theology, computer science and Cultural Studies. Show Passauon the map
RuhpoldingRuhpolding is a municipality of the Traunstein district in southeastern Bavaria, Germany. It is situated in the south of the Chiemgau region in the Alps. Ruhpolding has a population of approximately 6,400. Ruhpolding has a biathlon track. It hosted the 1979, 1985, 1996 and 2012 Biathlon World Championships. The economy is based on tourism and sports. In the year 2007 the Mountainbike 24h Race World Championships took place in the Chiemgau Arena. Other sports which are possible for tourists and residents are golf, mountainbiking, shooting, hiking, fly fishing and skiing. Show Ruhpoldingon the map
MonbrunnMonbrunn is a small village in Lower Franconia in the north of Bavaria in Germany. It has approximately 70 inhabitants. In 2007 it was chosen as one of the most beautiful villages in Bavaria. Monbrunn is a Stadtteil of Miltenberg. The village is located in a pastoral setting on top of a hill of the Mittelgebirge Odenwald. The surrounding area has agricultural activities. Show Monbrunnon the map
GöggingenGöggingen is one of the 17 Planungsräume (English: Planning district, singular Planungsraum) of Augsburg, Bavaria, Germany. The Planungsraum is made up of three Stadtbezirke (English: wards, singular Stadtbezirk), the 37th, 38th and 40th Stadtbezirke, which are named Göggingen-Nordwest (Northwest), Göggingen-Nordost (Northeast) and Göggingen-Süd (South), respectively. Located in the western part of Augsburg, Göggingen is numbered as the 14th Planungsraum and has an area of 10.79 km² (4.17 mi²). As of January 1, 2006, the population is estimated to be 17,722. Show Göggingenon the map
FürthFürth (German pronunciation: [fʏʁt] (13px listen); East Franconian: Färdd; Yiddish: פיורדא‎, Fiurda) is a city located in northern Bavaria, Germany, in the administrative division (Regierungsbezirk) of Middle Franconia. It is now contiguous with the larger city of Nuremberg, the centres of the two cities being only 7 km apart. Fürth is one of 23 \"major centres\" in Bavaria. Fürth, Nuremberg, Erlangen and some smaller towns form the \"Middle Franconian Conurbation\", which is one of the 11 German metropolitan regions. Show Fürthon the map
FrauendorfFrauendorf is a borough of Bad Staffelstein in the Bavarian region of Upper Franconia. The town's name harks back to the year 1070, when it served as a gift to enable the establishment of the Frauenkloster (Monastery of Our Lady). The town's skyline is marked by the striking St. Ägidius Church, which was designed by the master architect Johann Thomas Nissler (1713–1769). He also oversaw the construction work at the Basilica of the Vierzehnheiligen for Balthasar Neumann, which is probably why the church is so stylistically similar to the cathedral. Show Frauendorfon the map
Bad Königshofen im GrabfeldBad Königshofen im Grabfeld is a small spa town in the Rhön-Grabfeld district, in the north east of Lower Franconia, Bavaria, Germany on the Franconian Saale a few kilometers from the border with Thuringia. Several smaller villages exist within the town limits: \n* Althausen \n* Aub \n* Eyershausen \n* Gabolshausen \n* Ipthausen \n* Merkershausen \n* Untereßfeld Show Bad Königshofen im Grabfeldon the map
OttobrunnOttobrunn is a municipality southeast of Munich, Bavaria, Germany, founded in 1955. Ottobrunn consists of mainly semi-detached and detached houses, as well as extensive garden areas. Ottobrunn is also the German Headquarters of the European Aeronautic Defence and Space Company (EADS), with the majority of EADS grounds situated in the neighbouring community of Taufkirchen. According to the Federal Statistical Office of Germany, the municipality is the second-most densely populated in all of Germany, trailing only Munich, and ahead of Berlin. Show Ottobrunnon the map
WarngauWarngau is a municipality in the Miesbach District of Bavaria, Germany. It is located at 47°50′N 11°44′E / 47.833°N 11.733°E and has a population of 3,489. During the Nazi period, Warngau was falsely proclaimed to be the birthplace of Heinrich Himmler in order to obtain more support from rural voters; Himmler was actually born just outside Munich. Warngau has a railway station on the line from Munich to Lenggries with services operated by Bayerische Oberlandbahn (BOB). The railway near Warngau was the scene of a serious accident in 1975. Show Warngauon the map
KolbermoorKolbermoor is a town in the district of Rosenheim, in Bavaria, Germany. It is situated 5 km west of Rosenheim on the river Mangfall. In 1859 Kolbermoor railway stop was built for the new Bavarian Maximilian's Railway. Kolbermoor became a village in 1863 and a town in 1963. A museum of local history and industry is located in Kolbermoor. Kolbermoor is the birthplace of football players Paul Breitner and Bastian Schweinsteiger. On 9 February 2016 the Bad Aibling rail accident occurred between Kolbermoor and Bad Aibling-Kurpark to the west. Show Kolbermooron the map
ChiemseeChiemsee is a municipality in the district of Rosenheim in Bavaria in Germany, named after the lake Chiemsee. It is Bavaria's smallest municipality by area and the second smallest (after Balderschwang) by population. The municipal area comprises not the lake itself but the islands of Herrenchiemsee (Herreninsel) with its Palaces, Frauenchiemsee and the uninhabited Krautinsel. While the island of Herrenchiemsee with 2.38 km2 (0.92 sq mi) is by far the largest, most of Chiemsee's inhabitants live on 0.15 km2 (0.058 sq mi) Frauenchiemsee. Show Chiemseeon the map
SchönbrunnSchönbrunn is a village in the heart of the Fichtelgebirge mountains in Bavaria, Germany. Since 1975 it is part of the town Wunsiedel. It has about 1,400 inhabitants, including the village Furthammer. It was founded around 1200 as a small settlement near a castle. The oldest surviving building is the church, built around 1200. Schönbrunn has a number of small businesses and less than 10 farms. In 2007 Schönbrunn won the gold medal in a beauty contest \"Unser Dorf hat Zukunft - Unser Dorf soll schöner werden\" for villages in Bavaria. Show Schönbrunnon the map
AffalterbachAffalterbach is a village (Ortsteil) of the Bavarian municipality of Pfaffenhofen an der Ilm. There is a fossil site about 800 m northwest of the church; the site has been dated to about 16 million years ago (MN 5) on the basis of the presence of the small rodent Megacricetodon aff. bavaricus and the local stratigraphy. The site also contains the dormice Miodyromys aff. aegercii, Glirulus diremptus, Microdyromys cf. complicatus, Prodryomys satus, cf. Bransatoglis sp., Muscardinus cf. sansaniensis, and Seorsumuscardinus bolligeri. Show Affalterbachon the map
BichlBichl is a municipality in the district of Bad in Bavaria, Germany. It is located at 47°43′N 11°25′E / 47.717°N 11.417°E, and has about 2000 residents. The village first appears in documents from 1048. The name \"Bichl\" refers to hill upon which the village church, St. George, stands. The church was built by Johann Michael Fischer. The origin of the name Bichl comes from the Bavarian word for hill \"Bühel\" which appears in many place names, where Austro-Bavarian dialects are spoken. For example: Kitzbühel. Show Bichlon the map
AmerdingenAmerdingen is a municipality in the district of Donau-Ries in Bavaria in Germany. There is an 18th-century castle: Schloss Amerdingen (classicist style). It was built by the known noble family of the Stauffenbergs . All living Stauffenbergs belong to the Amerdingen line of this clan. Today Count Alfred Schenk von Stauffenberg (*1923) and his wife live there. Count Alfred is a nephew of Count Claus Schenk Graf von Stauffenberg who was the leading figure of the failed 20 July Plot of 1944 to kill German dictator Adolf Hitler. Show Amerdingenon the map
WellheimWellheim is a municipality in the district of Eichstätt in Bavaria in Germany. It lies in the so-called \"Urdonautal\", the valley the Danube used some 300,000 years ago on its way to the Black Sea. Today a little river, the Schutter flows through the village in the opposite direction (north-south vs. south-north). The community consists of 5 villages (Aicha, Hard, Gammersfeld, Biesenhard, Konstein and Wellheim) and has about 2800 inhabitants. Today there is no industry at all but a wonderful landscape with a pure nature. Show Wellheimon the map
MarquartsteinMarquartstein is a municipality in the southeastern part of Bavaria, Germany and is part of the Marquartstein and Staudach-Egerndach. It is situated in a region called Chiemgau, approximately 10 km south of Lake Chiemsee between Munich and Salzburg, and 30 km west of Salzburg. Most of the area is situated in the valley of the river Tiroler Achen, which separates the village into two parts. Marquartstein is at the edge of the Alps. Its geographical location is 47°46′N 12°28′E / 47.767°N 12.467°E. Show Marquartsteinon the map
PfarrkirchenPfarrkirchen is a municipality in southern Lower Bavaria Germany, the capital of the district Rottal-Inn. It has about 12,500 inhabitants and is an important school centre with about 10,000 pupils from all over Lower Bavaria. The town spreads over an area of about 52 square kilometers and lies approximately 377 meters above sea level. Pfarrkirchen lies at the small river \"Rott\", which gives the \"Rottal\" region its name. One of Pfarrkirchen's important industries include abattoirs which is due to the rural environment. Show Pfarrkirchenon the map
BodenmaisBodenmais is a municipality in the district of Regen in Bavaria in Germany. It lies at one end of the Zeller Valley in the Bavarian Forest. The tourist attractions at the Silverberg mountain include cross-country skiing tracks as well as an alpine skiing hill (about 1,050 m (3,440 ft) above sea level) in winter, doubling in summer as a 600 m (2,000 ft) long alpine slide. There is also a mining museum, reminding of ages of ferro-oxide mining and vitriol production. Some shafts are still accessible. The village itself is known for its glass shops. Show Bodenmaison the map
Pullach im IsartalPullach, officially Pullach i. Isartal, is a municipality in the district of Munich in Bavaria in Germany. It is on the Isar Valley Railway and is served by the S 7 line of the Munich S-Bahn, at the Großhesselohe Isartalbahnhof, Pullach and Höllriegelskreuth railway stations. The headquarters of the intelligence agency of the German government, the (BND), was located in Pullach before the agency moved to Berlin in 2014. This made Pullach a metonym for the BND just as Langley is for the CIA. Show Pullach im Isartalon the map
EtzenrichtEtzenricht is a municipality in the Upper Palatinate, ca. 6 km southeast of Weiden in the district of Neustadt in Bavaria in Germany. Etzenricht has 1721 inhabitants and various small industries. East of Etzenricht toward Rothenstadt is a transformer station of the E.ON AG with the GKK Etzenricht (described below) and a large compressor station for natural gas. Near Etzenricht are numerous fish-rich small waters, which can be used by anglers after obtaining a fishing license from the local fishery association. Show Etzenrichton the map
ManchingManching is a municipality in the district of Pfaffenhofen, in Bavaria, Germany. It is situated on the river Paar, 7 km southeast of Ingolstadt. In the late Iron Age, there was a Celtic settlement, the Oppidum of Manching, on the location of present-day Manching. Cassidian (former Military Air Systems department of EADS) has its headquarters here at Manching Airport. The Barthelmarkt, a well-known beer festival in the area, takes place in the district of Oberstimm on the last weekend of August every year. Show Manchingon the map
TegernseeTegernsee is a town in the Miesbach district of Bavaria, Germany. It is located on the shore of Tegernsee lake, at an elevation of 747 m (2,451 ft) above sea level. The town has its origins in the Tegernsee Abbey, which was founded in 746. Today it is considered a spa town, surrounded by an alpine landscape. The economy is mainly based on tourism. Tegernsee is located on the Bundesstraße 307, which runs from Gmund am Tegernsee to the Sylvenstein Dam. It is also the terminus for the Tegernsee-Bahn railway. Show Tegernseeon the map
KosbachKosbach is a village on the outskirts of Erlangen, Germany. The village is known locally for its own Kirchweih festival, the Kosbacher Karpfen Kirchweih, which is a celebration at which carp is consumed en masse. The village is surrounded by carp ponds. The ponds are lined with nets, a month or so before the festival the nets are raised so the fish are off the bottom and the muddiness is rinsed away. In 1985 there were a disproportionate number of teenagers in the town, by far outnumbering the adults. Show Kosbachon the map
Alzenau in UnterfrankenAlzenau () (until 31 December 2006 officially Alzenau i.UFr.) is a town in the north of the Aschaffenburg district in the Regierungsbezirk of Lower Franconia (Unterfranken) in Bavaria, Germany. Until 1 July 1972, Alzenau was the district seat of the now abolished district of the same name. Alzenau has a population of around 19,000. Show Alzenau in Unterfrankenon the map
Hohenberg an der EgerHohenberg an der Eger is a town in the district of Wunsiedel, in Bavaria, Germany. It is situated on the river Eger, on the border with the Czech Republic, 11 km west of Cheb, and 14 km northeast of Marktredwitz. It was home to Hutschenreuther ceramic. Though best known for its ceramic production, Hohenberg has also produced some of Bavaria's elite soccer talent. Mauricio Göhlert played for the youth teams of SpVgg SV Weiden and Borussia Mönchengladbach before signing with SV Mitterteich in 2013. Show Hohenberg an der Egeron the map
MarktlMarktl, or often unofficially called Marktl am Inn (\"Little market on the river Inn\"), is a village and historic market municipality in the state of Bavaria, Germany, near the Austrian border, in the Altötting district of Upper Bavaria. The most notable neighbouring town is Altötting. Marktl has approximately 2,700 inhabitants. Marktl is the birthplace of former Pope Benedict XVI (before Cardinal Joseph Aloisius Ratzinger), who succeeded Pope John Paul II as the 265th head of the Roman Catholic Church. In 2013 he abdicated and is succeeded by Pope Francis. Show Marktlon the map
TraunsteinTraunstein is a town in the south-eastern part of Bavaria, Germany, and is the administrative center of a much larger district of the same name. The town serves as a local government, retail, health services, transportation and educational center for the wider district. The historic market square, Bavarian hospitality, local breweries, outdoor sports facilities, Easter Monday horse parade and connections with Pope Emeritus Benedict XVI, contribute to the town's profile as a tourist destination. Show Traunsteinon the map
ScheinfeldScheinfeld is a town in the Neustadt (Aisch)-Bad Windsheim district, in Bavaria, Germany. It is situated 14 km northwest of Neustadt (Aisch), and 40 km east of Würzburg. Schloss Schwarzenberg is adjacent to the town. The town is home to an Adidas testing factory. From 1946 to 1949 a displaced persons camp was set up in Scheinfeld. About 1,500 Lithuanians were brought there from the Regensburg camp. The camp was a center of Lithuanian culture. The camp also had a short lived community currency. Show Scheinfeldon the map
KumhausenKumhausen is a municipality in the district of Landshut in Bavaria in Germany. There was a sausage baked that was 5.88 km (3.65 mi) and 1.7 tons made there. It broke the record on June 27, 1999. It was made by 15 butchers, leading was Bernhard Ossner. To go with it, there was a 1.37 km (0.85 mi) long loaf of bread. Also said to set a record. Spectators had a chance to buy the sausage at the price of five German marks (US$2.65) per meter, with proceeds going to a charity for Romanian children. Show Kumhausenon the map
Königsberg in BayernKönigsberg in Bayern is a town in the Haßberge district, in Lower Franconia, Bavaria, Germany. It is situated 7 km northeast of Haßfurt, and 31 km northwest of Bamberg. The town is not to be confused with the most famous Königsberg, the former East Prussian city of Königsberg in Preußen (since 1945 Kaliningrad, Russia), nor with Königsberg in der Neumark (since 1945 as Chojna in Poland). It was an exclave of Saxe-Coburg and Gotha until 1918, after having been a part of Show Königsberg in Bayernon the map
Bad KohlgrubBad Kohlgrub is a German municipality in the district of in Bavaria. It lies 12 kilometres (7.5 mi) west of Murnau am Staffelsee and 8 kilometres (5.0 mi) north of Oberammergau, and is connected to both by the Ammergau Railway. Skiing facilities include 4 ski lifts, 4 pistes and 30 kilometres (19 mi) of cross-country skiing trails. A chairlift (opened 1954) south of the town leads up to the Hörnlehütte below the summit of the Hörnle mountain (1,547 metres/5,075 ft). Show Bad Kohlgrubon the map
Grub am ForstGrub am Forst is a municipality in the district of Coburg in Bavaria in Germany. It has ca 3,100 residents. The nearest large town is Coburg. The following villages are part of it: \n* Buscheller \n* Forsthub \n* Rohrbach \n* Roth am Forst \n* Zeickhorn The municipality's political parties are the CSU, SPD, the Freie Wähler and the Wählervereinigung Gut für Grub. The coat of arms shows a pinophyta in a valley between two hills. It describes the location of Grub am Forst: a village between two hills (Grub/Grube) which is located near to a forest (Forst/Wald). Show Grub am Forston the map
ForchheimForchheim is a large town in Upper Franconia (German: Oberfranken) in northern Bavaria, and also the seat of the administrative district of Forchheim. Forchheim is a former royal city, and is sometimes called the “Gateway to the Franconian Switzerland”, as the region is known. Its population, as of December 2013, was 30,705, and its land area is 44.95 square kilometres (17.36 square miles). Its position is 49° 44' N, 11° 04' E and its elevation is 265 metres (869 feet) above sea level. Show Forchheimon the map
RosenheimThe independent city of Rosenheim (Central Bavarian: Rousnam) is located in the centre of the district of Rosenheim (Upper Bavaria), and is also the seat of administration of this region. It is located on the west bank of the Inn at the confluence of the rivers Inn and Mangfall, in the Bavarian Alpine Foreland. It is the third largest city in Upper Bavaria with over 61,000 inhabitants and one of 23 administrative centres in Bavaria. Rosenheim is therefore the economic centre and the busiest place in the region. Show Rosenheimon the map
EbersbergEbersberg is the seat of the similarly named Ebersberg Landkreis (district) in the Oberbayern Regierungsbezirk (administrative region) in Bavaria, southern Germany. The Ebersberger Forst (forest) is one of Germany’s largest continuous area of woodlands. Neighbouring communities are Grafing bei München, Kirchseeon and Steinhöring. Bavaria’s capital, Munich, lies 32 km away and may be reached by Munich S-Bahn (S4). Rosenheim and Wasserburg am Inn are about the same distance away. Show Ebersbergon the map
HohenschwangauHohenschwangau is a village in the municipality of Schwangau, Ostallgäu district, Bavaria, Germany. It is located between Schloss Neuschwanstein and Schloss Hohenschwangau and is visited by about 2 million people annually, where they start tours to the former royal palaces.The village is dominated by car parks, restaurants, guesthouses, hotels and souvenir shops. Hohenschwangau is bordered by the Alpsee in the West. The actress and singer Helen Vita was born in Hohenschwangau. Show Hohenschwangauon the map
PleinfeldPleinfeld is a municipality in the district, in Bavaria, Germany.Pleinfeld is the biggest town at the Lake Brombach. The Twin Town is Killarney in Ireland. The village lies on the Great Brombachsee, besides Gunzenhausen the main tourist destination in the Franconian Lake District, and is the largest town on the Great Brombachsee. Viewed from the north Pleinfeld is considered the gateway to the park Altmühltal. Pleinfeld flows through the Swabian Rezat. Show Pleinfeldon the map
GilchingGilching is a municipality in the district of Starnberg, in Bavaria, Germany. It is situated 13 km north of Starnberg, and 22 km west of Munich (centre). The quarters Argelsried, Neugilching and Geisenbrunn belong to the municipality of Gilching. Gilching can be easily reached using the Munich area public transportation. One S-Bahn Railway Station is called \"Neugilching\" which is directly situated at the S8 line - formerly it was the S5 line - in the \"Herrsching\" direction. Show Gilchingon the map
Bad WörishofenBad Wörishofen (German pronunciation: is a spa town in the district Unterallgäu, Bavaria, Germany, known for the water-cure (hydrotherapy) developed by Sebastian Kneipp (* 1821, † 1897), a Catholic priest, who lived there for 42 years. Many of the resort hotels and boarding-houses in Bad Wörishofen offer their guests treatment using Kneipp's methods. The new spa complex out of town is called Therme Bad Wörishofen. Time Magazine called the city \"The secret capital of health\". Show Bad Wörishofenon the map
Saal an der SaaleSaal an der Saale is a municipality in the district of Rhön-Grabfeld in Bavaria in Germany. It is situated on the river Fränkische Saale. The municipality consists the two townships Saal an der Saale and Waltershausen. Ever since the 1978 it has been the seat of the joint administration of these independent communities: Wülfershausen, Großeibstadt, and Saal an der Saale. The entire administrative area is home to roughly 4200 inhabitants as of 2008. Area map: Show Saal an der Saaleon the map
HauzenbergHauzenberg (Central Bavarian: Hauznbeag) is a municipality in the district of Passau, in Bavaria, Germany. It is situated 15 kilometres (9 miles) northeast of Passau. In November 1936, Gauleiter Fritz Wächtler dedicated the Hauzenberg district house. In June 1940, the local National Socialists organized a slide show titled Weltpirat England and U-Boot auf Kaperfahrt. Party leader Heilmaier seized the opportunity to announce regulations about how to deal with Polish farm laborers and prisoners of war. Show Hauzenbergon the map
DrachselsriedDrachselsried is a municipality in the district of Regen, in Bavaria, Germany. Drachselsried is in the Zeller Valley (German: Zellertal), and is part of the Glass Road (Glasstrasse) The area is part of the Bavarian Forest National Park. The village is a small, highly organised, friendly place to live. Bayern Eins, the German radio station, gave some history details of the village, which was first noted in 1184. More information from an Englishman living in the village. Show Drachselsriedon the map
ErlingenErlingen 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 Donauwörth. Until 1 July 1972, when the village was integrated into the municipality Meitingen, Erlingen was independent. Today the population in Erlingen is about 1400 people. Erlingen belongs to the Roman Catholic parish of Saint Clemens in Herbertshofen. Show Erlingenon the map
Bad Berneck im FichtelgebirgeBad Berneck () is a spa town in the district of Bayreuth, in Bavaria, Germany. It is situated on the White Main river, in the Fichtelgebirge mountains, 13 km northeast of Bayreuth. Its official title is Bad Berneck im Fichtelgebirge. It lies in the northern part of the Bavarian province of Upper Franconia. Since 1857 it has been a spa, initially based on its climate and whey products. In 1930 it became a Kneipp spa and, in 1950, a Kneipp health spa. Show Bad Berneck im Fichtelgebirgeon the map
EggstättEggstätt is a municipality in the district of Rosenheim in Bavaria in Germany. Eggstätt is situated on a flat ridge (539 m) between a forested, undulating region and the wetland area to the northwest of Lake Chiemsee. The Eggstätt-Hemhof Lakes District contains 17 smaller and larger lakes surrounding the township.There is evidence of human settlement in the area dating back to the Bronze Age; the name Eggstaett (“Echistat”) was first documented in the year 925 AD. Show Eggstätton the map
DeggendorfDeggendorf is a town in Bavaria, capital of the Deggendorf district. It is located on the left bank approximately in the middle between the Danube cities of Regensburg and Passau. The crossing railway bridge situated on the Danube kilometers 2286th forms the natural border to the city about south-east of the Danube, it is the other side at the foot of the central Bavarian Forest. A few miles downstream, near the district Deggenau, the Isar flows into the Danube. Show Deggendorfon the map
BabenhausenBabenhausen is a municipality in the district of Unterallgäu in Bavaria, Germany. It is seat of a municipal association with Egg an der Günz, Kettershausen, Kirchhaslach, Oberschönegg and Winterrieden. The view of Babenhausen is dominated by the Fugger castle, a local attraction with its museum, and the Sankt Andreas Church. It is also seat of the Fuggers, a merchant family from Augsburg, which played an important role during the Middle Ages and the Renaissance. Show Babenhausenon the map
GräfelfingGräfelfing is a municipality in the district of Munich, in Bavaria, Germany. It is located 1 km west of Munich (centre).The name \"Gräfelfing\" first appears as \"Grevolvinga\", which as per one hypothesis could possibly name a tribe leader named \"grey wolf\" (\"*Grevol\" -> German \"grau(er)\" -> English \"grey\"; \"*vinga\" -> German \"Wolf\" -> English \"wolf\"). Gräfelfing is ranked on the 5th place of the wealthiest municipality in Germany (2005). Official Site: Gräfelfing Show Gräfelfingon the map
HaßfurtHaßfurt (English: Hassfurt) is a town in Bavaria, Germany, capital of the Haßberge district. It is situated on the river Main, 20 km east of Schweinfurt and 30 km northwest of Bamberg. In 1852, Ludwig's Western Railway reached the town and between 1892 and 1995, which also had a branch line to Hofheim. The 1867 Hassfurt Bridge, thought to be the first Cantilever bridge built, was also there. Albert Neuberger FRS, an eminent Biochemist and Professor, was born here in 1908. Show Haßfurton the map
CortendorfCortendorf is a north-eastern district of the Bavarian city of Coburg. With a population of 1.349 and a size of 1.65 square kilometres (160 ha; 0.64 sq mi) it has a population density of 818 is the location of the Wirtschaftsschule of Coburg and the Kindergarten of Cortendorf. Industries include the machine tool factory Waldrich and the former brewery of Coburg Scheidmantel, but above all it is valued because of its greenery. Show Cortendorfon the map
HelmbrechtsHelmbrechts is a town in the district of Hof, in Bavaria, Germany. It is situated on the Southern edge of the Frankenwald, 20 km southwest of Hof. The first documented mention of Helmbrechts dates back to 1232. Township was granted to Helmbrechts by Count Friedrich V. of Nürnberg in the year 1422. Helmbrechts has been in Bavarian rule since 1810. During World War II, Helmbrechts was the host of a sub-camp from Flossenbürg (see Helmbrechts concentration camp). Show Helmbrechtson the map
Wolframs-EschenbachWolframs-Eschenbach is a town in the district of Ansbach, in Bavaria, Germany. It is situated 14 km southeast of Ansbach, and 36 km southwest of Nuremberg. Wolframs-Eschenbach is a small town, founded in the Middle Ages, which still today preserves architecture about 500 years old. The town is named after its most famous son, the Minnesinger Wolfram von Eschenbach, who was a medieval poet. A notable church is the Liebfrauenmünster (Minster of our Dear Lady). Show Wolframs-Eschenbachon the map
LaufenthalLaufenthal is a village in the Upper Palatinate (Bavaria, Germany), belonging to the administrative district (Landkreis) of Regensburg and the market town of Hemau. Technically a ward (Ortsteil) of Hemau, Laufenthal lies about five kilometers from the town, near the river Laaber. It has a medieval castle, and the remains of a Celtic settlement (Keltenschanze see: Nemeton). The village church, dedicated to St Ottilia, belongs to the parish of Hohenschambach. Show Laufenthalon the map
VachendorfVachendorf is a village in the municipal district of the market town of Prien am Chiemsee in Landkreis Rosenheim in the state of Bavaria in southern Germany. It has about 55 inhabitants and lies centrally between the larger villages of Prien am Chiemsee, Bernau am Chiemsee, Frasdorf and Aschau im Chiemgau. Because of its proximity to the Chiemsee, Wildenwart Castle and a nature protection area, it is a favourite destination with the area for walkers. Show Vachendorfon the map
HorsdorfHorsdorf is a district of Bad Staffelstein in Upper Franconia. It has around 200 residents and won the gold in the state contest Unser Dorf soll schöner werden in 1995. It also won the gold in the European contest Entente Florale in 1997. In Horsdorf, there was an area of 5.08 Hectares in 1887, where wine was grown. This winery was ruined by the infestation of Grape Phylloxera. Today there is once again a vineyard in Horsdorf, where red wine is made. Show Horsdorfon the map
BayreuthBayreuth (German pronunciation: [baɪˈʁɔʏt] (13px listen); Upper Franconian: [ba(ː)ˈɾaɪ̯t]) is a sizeable town in northern Bavaria, Germany, on the Red Main river in a valley between the Franconian Jura and the Fichtelgebirge Mountains. The town's roots date back to 1194. In the early 21st century, it is the capital of Upper Franconia and has a population of 72,576 (2009). It is world-famous for its annual Bayreuth Festival, at which performances of operas by the 19th-century German composer Richard Wagner are presented. Show Bayreuthon the map
HimmelstadtHimmelstadt is a community in the Main-Spessart district in the Regierungsbezirk of Lower Franconia (Unterfranken) in Bavaria, Germany and a member of the (Administrative Community) of Zellingen. Because of the community’s “heavenly” name – Himmel means “heaven” or “sky” in German – the Weihnachtspostamt Himmelstadt (“Himmelstadt Christmas Post Office”) has existed since 1986, jointly run by Deutsche Post and the community. Show Himmelstadton the map
HaimhausenHaimhausen is a municipality in the district of Dachau in Bavaria, Germany, just north of Munich. It has a few shops, including a post office, flower shop, butchers, bakery, shoe shop, wine shop and Supermarket, as well as a stately home, Schloss Haimhausen, which is now home to the Bavarian International School. There is a Shell petrol station. It has its own motorway exit on the A99. Haimhausen also has an adventure playground, and a skatepark. Show Haimhausenon the map
OberappersdorfOberappersdorf is a village in the municipality of Zolling, Bavaria, Germany. The St. George Church in Oberappersdorf is affiliated with churches St. Valentine (Gerlhausen) and Obermarchenbach. The town is located about 7 km north of Zolling, 15 km north of Freising and about 58 km northeast of Munich. Nearby towns include Attenkirchen, Moosburg, Nandlstadt and Au in Hallertau. The town's largest business is the Obermeier party house and hotel. Show Oberappersdorfon the map
OberschneidingOberschneiding is a municipality in the district of Straubing-Bogen in Bavaria, Germany. It is located in the south of the \"Gäuboden\", a very high-producing area famous for its agriculture. Today's municipality of Oberschneiding consists of 31 villages formerly organized in five different municipalities (Grossenpinning, Niederschneiding, Oberschneiding, Reissing and Wolferkofen). The biggest town and seat of the municipality is Oberschneiding. Show Oberschneidingon the map
ErbendorfErbendorf is a town in the Upper Palatinate (Oberpfalz) region of Germany. As of December, 2006, the town has a population of 5,341. The following villages are incorporated into the town:Aschenhof, Birkenreuth, Boxdorf, Eppenhof, Frodersreuth, Glashütte, Gössenreuth, Gramlhof, Grötschenreuth, Hauxdorf, Inglashof, Napfberg, Neuenreuth, Pfaben, Plärn, Schadenreuth, Siegritz, Steinbach, Straßenschacht, Thann, Wäldern, Wetzldorf, and Wildenreuth. Show Erbendorfon the map
MaisachMaisach is a municipality in the district of Fürstenfeldbruck, in Bavaria, Germany. It is the largest municipality in the Fürstenfeldbruck district. It is situated 4 km north of Fürstenfeldbruck, and 25 km northwest of Munich. It is served by an S-Bahn station on the S3 25px towards Mammendorf, which lies south of the town center. The tallest building in the town belongs to the eponymously named local brewery and sports an aircraft warning beacon. Show Maisachon the map
MechlenreuthMechlenreuth is a village in Upper Franconia in the district of Hof in Bavaria, Germany. In 1978 the village was incorporated into the city Münchberg. It is assumed that Mechlenreuth originally was a resting place of monks or east striving colonizers. The earliest known mention of the village was in 1185. From 1837 to 1978 Mechlenreuth was an independent municipality. Today it is a village of 200 inhabitants and a part of the city Münchberg. Show Mechlenreuthon the map
ObersalzbergObersalzberg is a mountainside retreat situated above the market town of Berchtesgaden in Bavaria, Germany. Located about 120 kilometres (75 mi) southeast of Munich, close to the border with Austria, it is best known as the site of Adolf Hitler's former mountain residence, the Berghof (demolished) and of the mountaintop Kehlsteinhaus, popularly known in the English-speaking world as the \"Eagle's Nest\". The Nazi past of the place is subject of the Obersalzberg museum opened in 1999. Show Obersalzbergon the map
FreisingFreising is a town in Bavaria, Germany, and capital of the Freising district, with a total population of 45,227.The city is located north of Munich at the Isar river, near the Munich International Airport. Anyone taking off or landing at Munich airport can see the city to the north with its two hills, the cathedral hill with the bishop's castle and the Freising cathedral and Weihenstephan Hill with the oldest working brewery in the world. It's also the first recorded place of a European tornado \n* Freising cathedral \n* Inside the cathedral \n* Bishop castle \n* St. Georg church \n* Monastery Neustift \n* \n* Show Freisingon the map
WaidhausWaidhaus is a municipality in the district of Neustadt in Bavaria in Germany. It lies near the border with the Czech Republic, and near the major border crossing between Bavaria and the Czech Republic, where the Bavarian A6 meets the Czech D5 motorway. The closest towns are on the German side Pleystein and on the Czech side Rozvadov.A gas pipeline and a powerline also cross the border between Bavaria and the Czech Republic there. Show Waidhauson the map
Buch am ForstBuch am Forst is a village of 572 inhabitants (8 May 2012) in the city-district (Kreisstadt) of Lichtenfels in the state of Bavaria in Germany. It is 6 kilometers (3.7 miles) northwest of Lichtenfels and at the western edge of the Lichtenfels Forest (Lichtenfelser Forst). Bundesautobahn 73 [Federal Highway] runs approximately a half-mile (1 km) to the east, while Kreisstraße [District Road] LIF27 goes through the village itself. Show Buch am Forston the map
Furth im WaldFurth im Wald is a city in the District of Cham, in Bavaria, Germany, near the Czech border. It is situated in the Bavarian Forest, 16 km northeast of Cham, and 17 km southwest of Domažlice. The city is known as Drachenstadt (Dragon City) in reference to Furth im Wald's annual Drachenstich (Slaying of the Dragon) play. The Drachenstich, originally part of a Corpus Christi procession, was first mentioned in 1590. As one of the oldest folk plays in the German language, each year actors re-enact the legend of Saint Georg slaying the dragon. Show Furth im Waldon the map
NesselwangNesselwang is a municipality in the district of Ostallgäu in Bavaria in Germany. It is an oft photographed market town and tourist resort at the foot of the Alps in Allgäu. It consists of the market (Nesselwang) as well as 17 surrounding hamlets (Gschwend, Hörich, Reichenbach, Bayerstetten, Wank, Hertingen, Attlesee, Schneidbach, Hammerschmiede, Lachen, Niederhöfen, Rindegg, Thal, Schicken, Schneidbach, Voglen and Widdumhof). Show Nesselwangon the map
EschlkamEschlkam is a municipality in the district of Cham in Bavaria in Germany. The location is in the Bavarian Bohemian Forest area. The town is located about halfway up a mountain, the Hohenbogen. The town actually has a border crossing over to the Czech Republic. Many of the farmers rent rooms or suites in the summer for vacationing. Eschlkam is part of the Natur Park Oberer Bayerisher Wald, Nature Park of the Bohemian Forest. Show Eschlkamon the map
Prien am ChiemseePrien am Chiemsee (official: Prien a.Chiemsee, High German [priːn], Bavarian (local) dialect [breˑɐ̯̃n]) is a municipality in the Upper Bavarian district of Rosenheim in Germany. The town is a certified air and Kneipp spa on the western shore of the lake of Chiemsee, 16 km (9.3 mi) east of Rosenheim. The name of Prien is derived from the Celtic denomination of the river Prien (Brigenna – lit. „Coming from the Mountains“). Show Prien am Chiemseeon the map
FriedbergFriedberg is a city in the district Aichach-Friedberg, Bavaria, Germany, with some 30,000 inhabitants. It is located next to Augsburg at the Lech river. The city was founded in the 13th century in order to collect a toll from people using the bridge across the Lech River. The city lies almost entirely on the western edge of the hills along the Lechleite, where the river Lech has formed a wide bed from glacial melt water. Show Friedbergon the map
Rothenburg ob der TauberRothenburg ob der Tauber (German pronunciation: ɔp deːɐ̯ ˈtaʊbɐ] (13px listen)) is a town in the district of Ansbach of Mittelfranken (Middle Franconia), the Franconia region of Bavaria, Germany.It is well known for its well-preserved medieval old town, a destination for tourists from around the world. It is part of the popular Romantic Road through southern Germany. Rothenburg was a Free Imperial City from the late Middle Ages to 1803. Show Rothenburg ob der Tauberon the map
DeuerlingDeuerling is a municipality in the district of Regensburg in Bavaria in Germany. On April 24, 1945, Lieutenant Colonel David H. Arp from Major General Stanley Eric Reinhart’s Headquarters Staff searched for a location to set up the Division Command Post from which the assault crossing of the Danube River can be properly supervised and coordinated. He chose Deuerling. The crossing was accomplished in record time. Show Deuerlingon the map
IphofenIphofen is a town in the district of Kitzingen in Bavaria, Germany. It has a population of around 4,500. Iphofen is known for its rare complete medieval town wall and other historic buildings as well as for being a location of wine production. Show Iphofenon the map
SteinfeldSteinfeld is a community in the Main-Spessart district in the Regierungsbezirk of Lower Franconia (Unterfranken) in Bavaria, Germany and a member of the (Administrative Community) of Lohr am Main. Spoken here is a Main-Franconian dialect (according to the Language Atlas of the Bavarian Library, Lower East Franconian). The inhabitants are often called Steeflder Russe in the local area. Show Steinfeldon the map
AichachAichach (German pronunciation: [ˈaɪçax] (13px listen)) is a town in Germany, located in the Bundesland of Bavaria and situated just northeast of Augsburg. It is the capital of the district of Aichach-Friedberg. The municipality of Aichach counts some 20,000 inhabitants. It is not far from the motorway that connects Munich and Stuttgart, the A8. The local river is called Paar. Bavaria's only women's prison was established in Aichach in 1909. Show Aichachon the map
HeustreuHeustreu is a municipality in the district of Rhön-Grabfeld in lower Franconia in Germany.Heustreu is situated in the Main-Rhön region in the very north of lower Franconia. The Rhön mountains are a low mountain range in the very north of Bavaria, Hesse and Thuringia. The most successful football club in Heustreu is the TSV 1894 Heustreu e.V., which plays in the Kreisklasse of the Rhön-Grabfeld district. Show Heustreuon the map
CoburgCoburg is a town located on the Itz river in the Upper Franconia region of Bavaria, Germany. Long part of one of the Thuringian states of the Wettin line, it joined Bavaria by popular vote only in 1920. Until the revolution of 1918, it was one of the capitals of the Duchy of Saxe-Coburg and Gotha and the Duchy of Through successful dynastic policies, the ruling princely family married into several of the royal families of Europe, most notably in the person of Prince Albert, who married Queen Victoria in 1840. As a result of these close links with the royal houses of Europe in the late 19th and early 20th centuries, Coburg was frequently visited by the crowned heads of Europe and their families. Show Coburgon the map
AuerbergAuerberg is a foothill of the Alps in Allgäu, Bavaria, Germany.It has a better known sibling, Hoher Peißenberg, 22 km air-line distance to the northeast.Attached to the little church building (St. George's) on the summit, there is an observation platform, reachable via a tight staircase in the tower, which offers great views. An impressive experience is also when the church bells ring just next to you. Show Auerbergon the map
AlteglofsheimAlteglofsheim is a municipality in the district of Regensburg in Bavaria in Germany. The village was the site of a famous moonlight cavalry action on the evening of the Battle of Eckmühl on 22 April 1809. South of Alteglofsheim, 32 squadrons of Austrian Empire cavalry were defeated by as many as 60 squadrons belonging to the First French Empire, the Kingdom of Bavaria, and the Kingdom of Württemberg. Show Alteglofsheimon the map
MünnerstadtMünnerstadt is a town in the district of Bad Kissingen in Bavaria, Germany. It has a population of around 7,600. Show Münnerstadton the map
OberviechtachOberviechtach (German pronunciation: is a town in the district of Schwandorf, in Bavaria, Germany. It is situated 31 km southeast of Weiden in der Oberpfalz, and 27 km northeast of Schwandorf.It is famous for being the birthplace of Johann Andreas Eisenbarth. The name comes from pine (Fichte) which is also represented on the coat of arms of the town. Oberviechtach was chartered in 1337. Show Oberviechtachon the map
FürstenfeldbruckFürstenfeldbruck is a town in Bavaria, Germany. It is the capital of the district of Fürstenfeldbruck. As of 2004 it has a population of 35,494. Since the 1930s, Fürstenfeldbruck has had an air force base. The name of Fürstenfeldbruck is composed of two parts, namely 'Bruck', Bavarian dialect for 'bridge' (meaning the bridge over the Amper river) and after the famous monastery of Fürstenfeld Abbey. Show Fürstenfeldbruckon the map
GrainauGrainau is a municipality in the district of in Bavaria, Germany. It is located at the foot of the Zugspitze mountain, the tallest mountain in Germany in the sub-mountain range of the Wetterstein Alps which is a branch off the main mountain range it is connected to, the Alps.The lake Eibsee also at the foot of the Zugspitze and separated by a forest from Grainau is nearby. Show Grainauon the map
StarnbergThe city of Starnberg is in Bavaria, Germany, some 30 kilometres (19 mi) south-west of Munich. It lies at the north end of Lake Starnberg, in the heart of the \"Five Lakes Country\", and serves as capital of the district of Starnberg. Recording a disposable per-capita income of €26,120 in 2007, Starnberg regained its status as the wealthiest town in Germany from the Frankfurt suburb of Hochtaunus. Show Starnbergon the map
RandersackerRandersacker is a municipality in the district Lower Franconia part of Bavaria. With its long tradition in wine making, Randersacker belongs to the most well-known wine places of Germany. It is a suburb of Würzburg, the capital of Lower Franconia and adjoins to Würzburg boroughs Heidingsfeld, Rottenbauer, Sanderau and Frauenland and to the municipalities of Gerbrunn, Theilheim and Eibelstadt. Show Randersackeron the map
TürkheimTürkheim is a municipality in the district of Unterallgäu in Bavaria, Germany. The neighboring places of Türkheim are Ettringen, Berg, Rammingen, Irsingen, Wiedergeltingen and Amberg. The administrative collectivity of Türkheim administrate Türkheim and Irsingen. The town is seat of a municipal association with Amberg, Rammingen and Wiedergeltingen. A subcamp of Dachau was once situated here. Show Türkheimon the map
KarlsfeldKarlsfeld is a municipality in the district of Dachau, in Bavaria, Germany. During World War II, it was the location of a subcamp of Dachau concentration camp. The municipality is situated 12 km northwest of Munich (centre). The headquarters of MAN and MTU Aero Engines are located in Munich right on the border to Karlsfeld. Karlsfeld railway station is served by the Munich S-Bahn on line S2. Show Karlsfeldon the map
GuttenbergGuttenberg is a municipality in the district of Kulmbach in Bavaria in Germany. The town is closely tied to House of Guttenberg, who have been associated with the locality since the Middle Ages and still own most of the land in the area. A landmark in the municipality is the Guttenberg Castle (de), the seat of the Guttenberg family. The municipality's coat of arms is derived from the Guttenberg family's. Show Guttenbergon the map
MertingenMertingen is a municipality in the district of Donau-Ries in Bavaria in Germany. Here near the location of \"Burghoefe\" the important Roman road Via Claudia Augusta was built during the 1st century AD, linking Italy with the Danube river had its northern end. It branched into a Roman military road following the Danube river from its origine in the West to Regensburg in the East. Show Mertingenon the map
FeuchtFeucht is a municipality southwest of Nuremberg in the Middle Franconia of Bavaria, Germany. The name Feucht is derived from the Old High German noun \"viuhtje\" - \"fichta\", which is the tree spruce (vernacularly Féichdn). As of July 31, 2005, had a population of 13,590. Hermann Oberth (1894–1989), one of the early fathers of space travel, lived for many years and died in Feucht. Show Feuchton the map
SendlingSendling is a borough of Munich. It is located south-west of the city centre and spans of the city boroughs Sendling and Sendling-Westpark. Sendling is sub-divided into Obersendling, Mittersendling and Untersendling. Unter- and Mittersendling are located in the borough of Sendling, Obersendling is located in the borough of Show Sendlingon the map
GünzburgGünzburg is a Große Kreisstadt and capital of the district of Günzburg in Swabia, Bavaria. This district was constituted in 1972 by combining the city of Günzburg – which had not previously been assigned to a Kreis (district) – with the district of Günzburg and the district of Krumbach. Günzburg lies where the river Günz enters the Danube, and has a population of about 19,800. Show Günzburgon the map
WernsdorfWernsdorf is a small village located in Bavaria, Germany. It is in Oberfranken (Upper Franconia), in the Bamberg district. Wernsdorf is a constituent community of Strullendorf and is located on the state roads 2188 and 2210, adjoining the neighbouring village of Amlingstadt. The population was recorded as 444 in 2009.There is a castle in the town, named the Schloss Wernsdorf. Show Wernsdorfon the map
UnterleinachUnterleinach is a village situated outside of Würzburg, Germany. It is part of the municipality of Leinach. It is located south of Oberleinach. In 1976 Unterleinach celebrated its 1200 anniversary. Unterleinach and Oberleinach have rival soccer teams. Some mound graves have been discovered in the forest surrounding the town and a tower attributed to the huns is still intact. Show Unterleinachon the map
UnterbrunnThe village of Unterbrunn is an Ortsteil (quarter) of the municipality Gauting, in Bavaria, Germany.It lies close to and east of the Oberpfaffenhofen Airfield (with IATA code: OBF). Unterbrunn has an interesting RC parish church with organ pipes housed above the ceiling.It also boasts a private museum, basically eclectic but with many interesting historic farm implements. Show Unterbrunnon the map
AndechsThe Benedictine priory and erstwhile abbey of Andechs is a place of pilgrimage on a hill east of the Ammersee in the Landkreis of Starnberg (Upper Bavaria) in Germany, in the municipality Andechs. Andechs Abbey is famed for its flamboyant Baroque church (1712) and its brewery. Composer Carl Orff is buried in the church. The abbey runs a brewery, Klosterbrauerei Andechs. Show Andechson the map
Taching am SeeTaching am See is a municipality in the district of Traunstein in Bavaria, Germany. The municipality lies to the west and northwest of the Tachinger See (Lake Taching). Among the small villages in rural Taching am See are: Assing, Buchberg, Grendach, Gröben, Haunerting, Hörgassing, Hucking, Mauerham, Moosmühle, Obertaching, Planthal, Salling, Schönhofen and Tettenberg. Show Taching am Seeon the map
WinhöringWinhöring is a municipality in the district of Altötting in Bavaria in Germany.Winhöring is the starting point of the famous federal road 588 to Eggenfelden. No federal road in Germany has a higher reference number than this road. Winhöring also features a bewitched castle in the middle of a forest. Most of it burnt down in the 1950s, but many rooms are still intact. Show Winhöringon the map
LenggriesLenggries is a municipality in Bavaria, Germany. Lenggries is the center of the Isarwinkel, the region along the Isar between Bad Tölz and Wallgau. The town has about 9,500 inhabitants. By area, it is the largest rural municipality (\"Gemeinde\") in what was formerly West Germany, and the 7th-largest overall. (All six currently larger Gemeinden are in Brandenburg.) Show Lenggrieson the map
DietramszellDietramszell is a municipality in the district of Bad in Bavaria, Germany. The community of 5282 (2005) residents sits 685 meters above sea level. The idyllic community became internationally known after the \"torture prince affair\" and subsequently for its hesitation to strip Paul von Hindenburg and Adolf Hitler of their honorary citizenships. Show Dietramszellon the map
BischbergBischberg is a community in the Upper Franconian district of Bamberg lying at the forks of the rivers Regnitz and Main some 5 km west of Bamberg. The community’s name derives from Bischofsberg. Supposedly, the Bishop (Bischof in German) of Würzburg charged the community’s founder with establishing a base at the important confluence of the rivers Regnitz and Main. Show Bischbergon the map
OberliezheimOberliezheim is a village in Bavaria, Germany about 20 kilometers north of Dillingen. It has a population of 200 and is affectionately known to residents as 'Lieze'. The village is situated between the Danube river and the famous crater Ries. The village recently celebrated the 125th anniversary of its voluntary firefighting brigade. Show Oberliezheimon the map
FreihamFreiham is a district in the Munich borough of in the west of Munich, Germany. The district is the location of a large development scheme devoted consisting primarily of housing estates as well as small commercial-use buildings. The town is connected to Munich by Munich S-Bahn at München Freiham railway station, which opened in 2009. Show Freihamon the map
ArnschwangArnschwang is a municipality in the district of Cham in Bavaria in Germany. It has the charming character of a rural but also modern community. The area offers quiete a variety of attractions for tourists. The population was 2,004 at the 2010 census. In recent years Arnschwang focused on the production of environmentally friendly energy from biomass and water. Show Arnschwangon the map
WiesenWiesen is a borough of Bad Staffelstein and lies 4.5 km (2.8 mi) away from town on the northern bank of the Main. The borough has 290 residents, 110 guest beds, and 2 Inn-Breweries. In 1998, the village at the foot of the Eierberge placed among the 23 most beautiful boroughs in Bavaria in the \"Unser Dorf soll schöner werden - Unser Dorf hat Zukunft\" Contest. Show Wiesenon the map
GersthofenGersthofen (Swabian: Geäschdhoofe) is a municipality in the district of Augsburg, in Bavaria, Germany. It is situated on the west bank of the Lech River, approx. 7 km (4.35 mi) north of Augsburg. Gersthofen is divided into five districts (German: Stadtteile): Batzenhofen, Edenbergen (with Gailenbach and Gailenbacher Mühle), Gersthofen, Hirblingen, and Rettenbergen (with Peterhof). Show Gersthofenon the map
DittelbrunnDittelbrunn is a municipality in the district of Schweinfurt in Bavaria, Germany. Dittelbrunn consists of 4 parts: Dittelbrunn, Hambach, Holzhausen und Pfändhausen. Dittelbrunn:Biggest part with 3741 inhabitants. Hambach:Second biggest part with 2676 inhabitants. part with 616 inhabitants Holzhausen:Smallest part with 441 inhabitants. Show Dittelbrunnon the map
HeidenheimHeidenheim is a municipality in the district, in Bavaria, Germany. Heidenheim is an old German market town, which resides in the administrative region of Middle Franconia in the middle of Bavaria. It belongs to the rural district called is the administrative center of the local region called Hahnenkamm. Show Heidenheimon the map
EngelthalEngelthal is a municipality near Nürnberg (Nuremberg) in the Frankenalb (Frankish Alb). The municipality has a population of approximately 1100 people. It was established as a cloister around 1250 AD and has retained many of the original cloister buildings. In recent years, residents have remodeled and restored sections of the cloister and cloister wall. Show Engelthalon the map
Nußdorf am InnNußdorf am Inn (officially: Nußdorf a.Inn) is a municipality in the district of Rosenheim in the state of Bavaria in Germany. Nußdorf consists of 23 boroughs and is a tourist destination in the Inn Valley between the Heuberg Wendelstein mountains on the Tyrol border. Nußdorf has a pictoresque town center with Baroque churches and traditional farm houses. Show Nußdorf am Innon the map
DillbergDillberg transmitter is a transmitting facility of the Bavarian Broadcasting Company (German: Bayerischer Rundfunk) on the 595 metre high Dillberg mountain west of Neumarkt in der Oberpfalz, Bavaria, Germany. Dillberg transmitter went into service in 1955 for serving the area of Nuremberg with TV and FM radio programmes from a 198 metre tall guyed mast. Show Dillbergon the map
Erlenbach bei MarktheidenfeldErlenbach bei Marktheidenfeld (officially Erlenbach b.Marktheidenfeld) is a community in the Main-Spessart district in the Regierungsbezirk of Lower Franconia (Unterfranken) in Bavaria, Germany and a member of the (Administrative Community) of Marktheidenfeld. It has given itself the title Weinort mit Herz – Wine Town with Heart. Show Erlenbach bei Marktheidenfeldon the map
PlieningPliening is a community east of Munich in the northwest of the district of Ebersberg in the Regierungsbezirk of Upper Bavaria, Germany. In the local dialect, the name is pronounced Pleaning. It has flourished in recent decades, partly as a commuter base for Munich, located some 20 km to the west. The official population level had reached 5,263 by 2006. Show Plieningon the map
ParsbergParsberg is a town in the county of Neumarkt in Bavaria, Germany. It is situated 23 km southeast of Neumarkt in der Oberpfalz, and 33 km northwest of Regensburg, next to the A3 autobahn, the main route from Nuremberg to Regensburg (and then on into Austria). It was formerly the seat of the Counts of Parsberg, whose coat of arms is now used by the town. Show Parsbergon the map
WeißenstadtWeißenstadt is a town in the district of Wunsiedel, in Upper Franconia, Bavaria, Germany. It is situated on the shore of the picturesque Weißenstadter See (Weissenstadt Lake), in the Fichtelgebirge Mountains, on the river Eger, 11 km northwest of Wunsiedel. The town got its name \"White City\" from the landmark church, once white now weathered dark grey. Show Weißenstadton the map
MarktbreitMarktbreit am Main is a town in the district of Kitzingen in the Regierungsbezirk Unterfranken in Bavaria, Germany. It is situated at the most southern point of the Main river. Marktbreit is the birthplace of Alois Alzheimer who first identified the symptoms of what is now known as Alzheimer's Disease. With its suburb Gnodstadt, Marktbreit has around 3,700 inhabitants. Show Marktbreiton the map
FrammersbachFrammersbach is a market community in the Main-Spessart district in the Regierungsbezirk of Lower Franconia (Unterfranken) in Bavaria, Germany. In the early modern period, people from Frammersbach achieved international renown as drivers of wagons on the most important trans-European trade routes. Today, Frammersbach has a population of around 4,500. Show Frammersbachon the map
Altenstadt an der WaldnaabAltenstadt an der Waldnaab is a municipality in the district of Neustadt (Waldnaab) in Bavaria in Germany. It is situated on the river Waldnaab, 2 km southeast of Neustadt an der Waldnaab, and 5 km north of Weiden in der Oberpfalz. Bundesautobahn 93 (Regensburg - Hof) passes west of Altenstadt. It has a railway station on the Regensburg–Hof railway. Show Altenstadt an der Waldnaabon the map
HenfenfeldHenfenfeld is a municipality near Nuremberg in the Frankenalb (Frankish Alb) directly south of Hersbruck. The town was first mentioned in a letter dating from April 13, 1059. The town is most famous for its castle () which offers tours and has an active concert series as well as an international opera academy under the direction of Denette Whitter. Show Henfenfeldon the map
DonauwörthDonauwörth is a city and the capital of the Donau-Ries district in Swabia, Bavaria, Germany. It is said to have been founded by two fishermen where the Danube (Donau) and Wörnitz rivers meet. The city is part of the scenic route called \"Romantische Straße\" (Romantic Road) The city is situated between Munich and Nuremberg, 46 km north of Augsburg. Show Donauwörthon the map
MespelbrunnMespelbrunn is a community in the Aschaffenburg district in the Regierungsbezirk of Lower Franconia (Unterfranken) in Bavaria, Germany and a member of the (municipal association) of Mespelbrunn, whose seat is in Heimbuchenthal. It is the site of Mespelbrunn Castle, one of the most famous landmarks of the Spessart region, and of the Wallfahrtskirche Hessenthal, for more than 700 years the destination of a Christian pilgrimage. Show Mespelbrunnon the map
SchwebheimSchwebheim is a municipality in the district of Schweinfurt in Bavaria, Germany. Historically important as the location of the Bibra family castle by the same name. The castle was heavily damaged during severe bombings of Schweinfurt in World War II and only partially repaired. Today, the village is fast becoming a suburb of nearby Schweinfurt. Show Schwebheimon the map
KonnersreuthKonnersreuth is a municipality in the district of Tirschenreuth in Bavaria, Germany.It is situated in the northeast foothills of the Steinwald mountains between the Fichtelgebirge mountains and the Upper Palatinate Forest, close to the Czech border. The village is best known as the home of the 20th-century Catholic stigmatist Therese Neumann. Show Konnersreuthon the map
LangenbachLangenbach is a municipality in the district of Freising in Bavaria in Germany. The town has its own railway station on the Munich-Regensburg line, and lies on Highway 11 between Freising and Moosburg. Its boroughs are Amperhof, Asenkofen, Großenviecht, Kleinviecht, Niederhummel, Oberbach, Oberhummel, Oftlfing, Rast, Schmidhausen und Windham. Show Langenbachon the map
Neumarkt in der OberpfalzNeumarkt in der Oberpfalz is the capital of the Neumarkt district in the administrative region of the Upper Palatinate, in Bavaria, Germany. With a population of about 40,000, Neumarkt is the seat of various projects, and acts as the economic and cultural center of the western Upper Palatinate, along with Nürnberg, Ingolstadt, and Regensburg. Show Neumarkt in der Oberpfalzon the map
CreußenCreußen is a town in the district of Bayreuth in Bavaria, Germany. It is situated on the Red Main river, 13 km southeast of Bayreuth. Creußen is famous for its stoneware beer steins. Creußen is the starting point of the Red Main branch of the Main-Radweg bicycle path which stretches about 600 km along the Main until the mouth into the Rhine. Show Creußenon the map
FreilassingFreilassing (German pronunciation: [fʁaɪˈlasɪŋ]) is a municipality of some 16,000 inhabitants in the southeastern corner of Bavaria, Germany. It belongs to the Oberbayern and the \"Landkreis\" (County) of Berchtesgadener Land. Freilassing can be seen as the biggest suburb of Salzburg, the famous Austrian city just on the other side of the border. Show Freilassingon the map
GammelsdorfGammelsdorf is a municipality in the district of Freising in Bavaria in Germany. It was the site of the 1313 Battle of Gammelsdorf. Until the mid-1990s Gammelsdorf was home of the \"Circus\", formerly known as the world's first village cinema, and later a nightclub where many famous artists and rock bands held concerts, most notably Nirvana. Show Gammelsdorfon the map
FleinhausenFleinhausen is a village of the municipality of Dinkelscherben in the western part of the Bavarian district of Augsburg in Germany. It is located on the western bank of the Zusam River. Fleinhausen is approximately 1.5 miles northwest of Dinkelscherben, and along with the nearby village of Grünenbaindt, has approximately 360 inhabitants. Show Fleinhausenon the map
DurachDurach is a municipality in the district of Oberallgäu in Bavaria in Germany. The village came into international media attention in August 2008 when a light aircraft hit power lines in its vicinity and the pilot and passenger, who had survived inside the plane dangling on high-tension power cables, were rescued in front of cameras. Show Durachon the map
KirchseeonKirchseeon is a market town in the Upper Bavarian district of Ebersberg and lies 15 km east of Munich city limits. The nearest communities are Grafing and Ebersberg. The Bavarian capital, Munich, can be reached by S-Bahn (line S4), which runs over the Munich–Salzburg line. Rosenheim and Wasserburg am Inn are each about 25 km away. Show Kirchseeonon the map
KarlstadtKarlstadt is a town in the Main-Spessart district in the Regierungsbezirk of Lower Franconia (Unterfranken) in Bavaria, Germany. It is the Main-Spessart district seat (Kreisstadt). The locals often call the town, in their own dialect, Karscht or Karscht am Mee (Karlstadt am Main). The townsfolk are called Flaak or Karschter Flaak. Show Karlstadton the map
LeipheimLeipheim is a town in the district of Günzburg, in Bavaria, Germany. It is situated on the Danube, 5 kilometres (3 miles) west of Günzburg, and 17 kilometres (11 miles) northeast of Ulm. The village Riedheim and the hamlet Weissingen are districts of Leipheim. Since 1993, Leipheim has been twinned with the Hungarian town Fonyód. Show Leipheimon the map
UnterjochUnterjoch is a small village in the municipality of Bad Hindelang in the German district of Oberallgäu, Bavaria. It has a total population of 350 people.The village is located at the foot of the mountain Sorgschrofen, which is a quadripoint between Germany and Austria, that divides the enclave Jungholz from the rest of Austria. Show Unterjochon the map
Erlenbach am MainErlenbach am Main (officially: Erlenbach a.Main) is the biggest town in the Miltenberg district in the Regierungsbezirk of Lower Franconia (Unterfranken) in Bavaria, Germany. It harbours one of the Miltenberg district’s two hospitals, and is well known for its good wine. Erlenbach was until 25 years ago Bavaria’s newest town. Show Erlenbach am Mainon the map
Garmisch-Partenkirchen (German pronunciation: [ˈɡaʁmɪʃ Southern Bavarian: is a mountain resort town in Bavaria, southern Germany. It is the administrative centre of the district of in the Oberbayern region, and the district is on the border with Austria. Nearby is Germany's highest mountain, Zugspitze, at 2,962 m (9,718 ft.). The town was the site of the 1936 Winter Olympic Games. Show Garmisch-Partenkirchenon the map
GrafenwöhrGrafenwöhr (Northern Bavarian: Groafawehr) is a town in the district Neustadt (Waldnaab), in the region of the Upper Palatinate (German: Oberpfalz) in eastern Bavaria, Germany. It is widely known for the United States Army military installation and training area, called Grafenwöhr Training Area (Tower Barracks), located directly south and west of the town. Show Grafenwöhron the map
BibergBiberg is a village in the municipality of Kipfenberg in the district of Eichstätt in Bavaria, Germany. It is located roughly 10 km south of Kipfenberg and 20 km north of Ingolstadt. Biberg is within the Naturpark Altmühltal and is on a rolling plain along with the nearby villages of Schelldorf, Krut, Dunsdorf, and Appenzel. Show Bibergon the map
ArrestingArresting 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. The former independent municipality of Arresting was incorporated into Neustadt an der Donau in 1972. Show Arrestingon the map
ThalkirchdorfThalkirchdorf is part of the municipality of Oberstaufen in Oberallgäu in the German state of Bayern. The area was occupied since at least 250 BC, when the Roman road Via Decia was built through the Konstanz valley. In the AD 14th century, this was an important route for the transport of salt, an important good at the time. Show Thalkirchdorfon the map
Lauf an der PegnitzLauf an der Pegnitz (Northern Bavarian: Lauf an da Pegnitz) is a town to the East of Nuremberg, Germany. It is the capital of the district Nürnberger Land, in Bavaria. It is in the valley of the River Pegnitz, which flows through the town. In 2009, the municipality developed a climate protection plan which was supported by the German Ministry for the Environment. Show Lauf an der Pegnitzon the map
Immenstadt im AllgäuImmenstadt im Allgäu is a town in the Upper Allgäu, the southernmost district of Bavaria, Germany, in the German Alps. First mentioned in a 1275 administrative tract, it was granted town privileges in 1360, which makes it one of the oldest towns in the area. It was the seat of the counts of until 1804. Show Immenstadt im Allgäuon the map
BrünnauBrünnau is a village in the district of Kitzingen, Lower Franconia, Bavaria, Germany. It's a district of Prichsenstadt. Located about 20 miles south of Schweinfurt on route 286 and east of Würzburg 20 miles. The small city is in a farming district that has many rolling hills, small forests. The town is typical of the area. Show Brünnauon the map
Neufahrn bei FreisingNeufahrn bei Freising is a municipality in the district of Freising, in Bavaria, Germany. It has about 20,000 inhabitants and is situated near the river Isar, 12 km southwest of Freising and 20 km northeast of Munich. It is a stop on the Munich–Regensburg line and is served by S1 trains, running from Munich to Freising. Show Neufahrn bei Freisingon the map
VachVach is a district in town of Fürth, Germany since 1972. It is first mentioned in documents in 1059. The village is located between the Canal and the Regnitz, into which the Zenn and, further north, the Michaelbach flows. The flood plain of Regnitz and Zenn is listed as a landscape conservation area. Show Vachon the map
UffingUffing am Staffelsee (officially, Uffing a.Staffelsee; Bavarian: Uffing am Staffesee) is a municipality in the district of in Bavaria, Germany. It consists of the two villages of Uffing and Schöffau and is located on Staffelsee, the warmest lake in Germany. The River Ach flows through Uffing. Show Uffingon the map
Markt SchwabenMarkt Schwaben is a town in Bavaria, Germany. It lies roughly 23 km east of Munich on the northern edge of the Upper Bavarian district of Ebersberg. Neighbouring communities are Anzing, Forstinning, Pliening and Poing, (all in Ebersberg district) as well as Finsing, Ottenhofen and Pastetten (all in Erding district). Show Markt Schwabenon the map
NeuendettelsauNeuendettelsau is a local authority in Middle Franconia, Germany. Neuendettelsau is situated 20 miles southwest of Nuremberg and 12 miles east of Ansbach. Population: 7.535 (31. December 2013).The city has three schools. Since 1947 it has a Lutheran seminary (Augustana Hochschule). It is connected by motorway A6. Show Neuendettelsauon the map
TaufkirchenTaufkichen is a small community south of Munich, near Oberhaching and Unterhaching in southern Germany. The Realschule is named after Walter Klingenbeck. In general, the German location of EADS is considered to be in the neighbouring community Ottobrunn, but most of the ground area actually belongs to Taufkirchen. Show Taufkirchenon the map
Sulzdorf an der LederheckeSulzdorf an der Lederhecke is a municipality in the district of Rhön-Grabfeld in Bavaria in Germany. The Gemeinde is composed of six villages: (Obereßfeld, Schwanhausen, Serrfeld, Sternberg i.Grabfeld, Sulzdorf a.d.Lederhecke, Zimmerau) and four hamlets: Brennhausen, Heckenmühle, Serrfeldermühle, Sulzdorfermühle. Show Sulzdorf an der Lederheckeon the map
Eschenbach in der OberpfalzEschenbach in der Oberpfalz is a town in the district of Neustadt (Waldnaab), in Bavaria, Germany. It is situated 25 km west of Neustadt an der Waldnaab, 30 km west of Weiden in der Oberpfalz, and 28 km southeast of Bayreuth. It is also about 1 km north of the large US military base in Grafenwöhr. English website Show Eschenbach in der Oberpfalzon the map
HeroldsbergHeroldsberg is a municipality in the district of in Bavaria, Germany. It is located eleven kilometers north-east from the city of Nuremberg and 23 kilometers east from Erlangen and is the headquarters of Schwan-Stabilo. It contains the villages of Heroldsberg, Großgeschaidt and Kleingeschaidt. Show Heroldsbergon the map
TruderingTrudering is a district of the Trudering-Riem borough of Munich, Germany. It is primarily residential, and offers access to both the metropolitan U-Bahn and S-Bahn at München Trudering railway station and Gronsdorf railway station. Its main traffic artery is the Wasserburger Landstraße (officially named B304). Show Truderingon the map
LangwasserLangwasser is a district of Nuremberg in the southeastern area of the city. It was developed as a prototype of the satellite town concept in the 1960s and is primarily a suburban residential area. The name Langwasser (translated as \"long water\") comes from a small stream bordering the area on its eastern edge. Show Langwasseron the map
RodachBad Rodach is a town in the district of Coburg, in Upper Franconia, a north Bavarian Regierungsbezirk, Germany. It is situated 10 km southeast of Hildburghausen, and 17 km northwest of Coburg. Since 1999 the city has been a spa-resort and is reported to have the warmest thermal spring in the North of Bavaria. Show Rodachon the map
OberjochOberjoch is a small village in the municipality of Bad Hindelang in the German district of Oberallgäu, Bavaria. It has a total population of 200 people.The village is advertised as being the highest located ski resort in Germany, but several settlements are located higher (Feldberg, Winklmoos-Alm, Gerstruben).It is popular for skiing in winter, and in summer, many hikers and mountaineers visit Oberjoch. Show Oberjochon the map
HöchbergHöchberg is a municipality in the district of Würzburg in Bavaria, Germany. Höchberg borders, in the east, directly on the city of Würzburg. Höchberg consists of two main urban areas: Altort and Hexenbruch. Residential construction areas have been added in recent years, for example \"Mehle\" and \" Mehle II\". Show Höchbergon the map
ElsenfeldElsenfeld is a market community in the Miltenberg district in the Regierungsbezirk of Lower Franconia (Unterfranken) in Bavaria, Germany. It is located on the river Main between the hills of the Spessart, east of the river, and Odenwald, west of the river. Elsenfeld has a total population of around 9,000. Show Elsenfeldon the map
StadtprozeltenStadtprozelten is a town and municipality in the Miltenberg district in the Regierungsbezirk of Lower Franconia (Unterfranken) in Bavaria, Germany and the seat of the (municipal association) of Stadtprozelten. A traditional, mainly Catholic town, it is known to its inhabitants as Stadtprozle. Show Stadtprozeltenon the map
KalchreuthKalchreuth is a municipality in the district of in Bavaria, Germany. It is located 10 kilometers east of Erlangen and 15 kilometers north of Nuremberg and contains the villages of Kalchreuth, Käswasser and Röckenhof and also the hamlets of Stettenberg, Minderleinsmühle and Gabermühle. Show Kalchreuthon the map
HohenfelsHohenfels (literally High rock) is a municipality in the district of Neumarkt in the region of Upper Palatinate (German: Oberpfalz) in Bavaria, Germany. The town is host to the United States Army Garrison Hohenfels, which operates the Joint Multinational Readiness Center for training NATO armed forces. Show Hohenfelson the map
Markt EinersheimMarkt Einersheim is a municipality in the district of Kitzingen in Bavaria, Germany. On April 5, 1945, at the end of World War II, the town was bombed by United States Army Air Forces P-47 Thunderbolts. American troops captured the town from German forces, who retreated to the southeast, on April 6. Show Markt Einersheimon the map
KitzingenKitzingen is a town in the German state of Bavaria, capital of the district Kitzingen. It is part of the Franconia geographical region and has around 21,000 inhabitants. Surrounded by vineyards, Kitzingen County is the largest wine producer in Bavaria. It is said to be Franconia's wine trade center. Show Kitzingenon the map
Ostheim vor der RhönOstheim vor der Rhön is a town in Northern Bavaria in the district of Rhön-Grabfeld in Franconia. Though politically part of Bavaria since 1947, it was historically a part of Thuringia, and remains religiously, architecturally, and to some extent culturally distinct from its immediate surroundings. Show Ostheim vor der Rhönon the map
WallersteinWallerstein is a municipality and former principality in the district of Donau-Ries in Bavaria in Germany. It was first mentioned 1238 as Steinheim. For generations ruled by the House of in 1806 Wallerstein became part of the Kingdom of Bavaria by the process of mediatisation. Show Wallersteinon the map
EichstättEichstätt (German pronunciation: [ˈaɪçʃtɛt], formerly also Eichstädt or Aichstädt) is a town in the federal state of Bavaria, Germany, and capital of the district of Eichstätt. It is located on the Altmühl river and has a population of around 13,000. Eichstätt is also the seat of the Roman Catholic Diocese of Eichstätt. Show Eichstätton the map
WolnzachWolnzach (German pronunciation: [ˈvɔlntsax], locally [ˈvɔɪntsɔ(x)]) is a municipality in the district of Pfaffenhofen in Bavaria, Germany. It is also a \"seal district\" (\"Siegelbezirk\") of the hop-planting area Hallertau, and home of important hops-related institutions like the German Hops Museum (\"Deutsches Hopfenmuseum\"). Show Wolnzachon the map
MarktheidenfeldMarktheidenfeld is a town in the Main-Spessart district in the Regierungsbezirk of Lower Franconia (Unterfranken) in Bavaria, Germany and the seat (but not a member) of the (municipal administrative association) of Marktheidenfeld. The town has over 10,000 inhabitants. Show Marktheidenfeldon the map
HeimbuchenthalHeimbuchenthal is a community in the Aschaffenburg district in the Regierungsbezirk of Lower Franconia (Unterfranken) in Bavaria, Germany, and the seat of the (Administrative Community) of Mespelbrunn. It is also a state-recognized recreational resort (Erholungsort). Show Heimbuchenthalon the map
AdelzhausenAdelzhausen is a municipality in Aichach-Friedberg district, in Bavaria, southern Germany. The municipality covers an area of 16.97 km². Of the total population of 1,506, 775 are male, and 731 are female (Dec 31, 2002). The population density of the community is 89 inhabitants per km². Show Adelzhausenon the map
WemdingWemding is a municipality in the Donau-Ries district of Bavaria, Germany. Wemding is situated on the edge of the Ries meteorite crater in the Geopark Ries. Wemding is the location of the Zeitpyramide (Time pyramid), a public art work begun in 1993 and scheduled to be completed in 3183. Show Wemdingon the map
OberhachingOberhaching is a municipality in Bavaria, Germany, with 13,100 inhabitants (2006) on an area of 26.6 km². It is located some 15 km south of Munich city centre and looks back at a 1,250 year history. The Paraguay national football team was stationed here during the 2006 FIFA World Cup. Show Oberhachingon the map
AbensbergAbensberg (German pronunciation: (13px listen)) is a town in the Lower Bavarian district of Kelheim, in Bavaria, Germany, lying around 30 km southwest of Regensburg, 40 km east of Ingolstadt, 50 northwest of Landshut and 100 km north of Munich. It is situated on the Abens river, a tributary of the Danube. Show Abensbergon the map
HohenlindenHohenlinden (also known as Linden or Healin) is a community in the Upper Bavarian district of Ebersberg. The city of Lynden, Washington is named after it, as is Linden, the county seat of Marengo County, Alabama. Hohenlinden is also the subject of an eponymous poem by Thomas Campbell. Show Hohenlindenon the map
GunzenhausenGunzenhausen is a town in the district, in Bavaria, Germany. It is situated on the river Altmühl, 19 kilometres (12 mi) northwest of Weißenburg in Bayern, and 45 kilometres (28 mi) southwest of Nuremberg. Gunzenhausen is a nationally recognized recreation area. Show Gunzenhausenon the map
HammersbachHammersbach (758 m above sea level) is a village in the municipality of Grainau at the foot of the Wetterstein Mountains in South Germany. It is located at the southwestern end of the market town of and is an important base for tours by mountaineers and hikers. Show Hammersbachon the map
IsmaningIsmaning is a municipality in Bavaria, Germany, located near Munich. In 2006 it had 14,638 inhabitants. Near Ismaning there is a large broadcasting facility called Transmitter Ismaning. The river running through the centre of the town features many different types of freshwater fish. Show Ismaningon the map
ThüngersheimThüngersheim is a community located in Germany. The community is situated on the River Main. It is a community in the district of Würzburg (Bavaria, Administrative region Lower Franconia). The village is molded by the surrounding vineyards, more than 2 square kilometres (0.8 sq mi). Show Thüngersheimon the map
CreidlitzCreidlitz is a southern quarter of the Bavarian city of Coburg. Its population is 1,705 as of 2010. It has an area of 2.3 square kilometres (0.89 sq mi). There is a train station in Creidlitz providing access to the lines of Coburg-Lichtenfels, Coburg-Nürnberg and Coburg-Kulmbach. Show Creidlitzon the map
GroßeibstadtGroßeibstadt is a municipality in the district of Rhön-Grabfeld in Bavaria in Germany. The municipality consists of the following villages: Großeibstadt and Kleineibstadt. The township is a member of the administrative community called Saal an der Saale. Show Großeibstadton the map
FlossenbürgFlossenbürg (Northern Bavarian: Flossenbirch\") is a municipality in the district of Neustadt an der Waldnaab in Bavaria in Germany. The state-approved leisure area is located in the Bavarian Forest and borders the Czech Republic in the east. During World War II, the Flossenbürg concentration camp was located here. Show Flossenbürgon the map
BeiersdorfBeiersdorf (Coburg) is the Western district of the Bavarian city of Coburg. With a population of 1,421 on 7,31 km², it has a population density of 194 per km².Beiersdorf is the home of the Waldorf school Coburg and the summer residence of the dukes of Coburg, Schloß Callenberg. Show Beiersdorfon the map
WülfershausenWülfershausen is a municipality in the district of Rhön-Grabfeld in Bavaria in Germany. The municipality consists of these two villages: Wülfershausen and Eichenhausen. The township is a member of the administrative community called Saal an der Saale. Show Wülfershausenon the map
NeuöttingNeuötting is a town in the district of Altötting, in Bavaria, Germany. It is situated on the river Inn, 2 km north of Altötting, about 70 km north of Salzburg, 80 southwest of Passau and almost 100 km east of Munich. It is a stop on the railway line between Munich and Simbach. Show Neuöttingon the map
Rottach-EgernRottach-Egern (German pronunciation: [ˈʁɔtax ˈeːɡɐn]) is a municipality (Gemeinde Rottach-Egern am Tegernsee) and town located at Lake Tegernsee in the district of Miesbach in Upper Bavaria, Germany, about 35 miles south of central Munich. Late Austrian actor Walter Slezak is buried in this area. Show Rottach-Egernon the map
MönchbergMönchberg is a market community in the Miltenberg district in the Regierungsbezirk of Lower Franconia (Unterfranken) in Bavaria, Germany. It is the seat of the (Administrative Community) of Mönchberg and a state-recognized climatic spa (Luftkurort). Show Mönchbergon the map
MellrichstadtMellrichstadt is a town in the district Rhön-Grabfeld, in Bavaria, Germany. It is situated 17 km southwest of Meiningen, and 13 km northeast of Bad Neustadt. It includes the following villages: Bahra, Eußenhausen, Frickenhausen, Mühlfeld, Sondheim im Grabfeld und Roßrieth. Show Mellrichstadton the map
StraubingStraubing is an independent city in Lower Bavaria, southern Germany. It is seat of the district of Straubing-Bogen. Annually in August the Gäubodenvolksfest, the second largest fair in Bavaria, is held. The city is located on the Danube forming the centre of the Gäuboden. Show Straubingon the map
SchwabingSchwabing is a borough in the northern part of Munich, the capital of the German state of Bavaria. It is divided into the city borough 4 (Schwabing-West) and the city borough 12 For further information on the Munich boroughs, see: Boroughs of Munich. Show Schwabingon the map
ColmbergColmberg is a municipality in the district of Ansbach in Bavaria in Germany. Colmberg is the site of Colmberg Castle (German: Burg Colmberg), built in the 13th century and purchased in 1318 by Duke Frederick IV of Nuremberg. The town is located in Nature Park Frankenhöhe. Show Colmbergon the map
BuchloeBuchloe (German pronunciation: [buːxˈloːə]) is a community raised to city status in 1954, lying in Ostallgäu district in Bavaria. Together with the neighbouring communities of Jengen, Lamerdingen and Waal, Buchloe belongs to the (\"administrative community\") of Buchloe. Show Buchloeon the map
Sankt OttilienSt. Ottilien Archabbey (St. Ottilia's Archabbey) is a Benedictine monastery in Emming near Eresing and the Ammersee in the district of Landsberg, Oberbayern, Germany. It is the mother house of the St. Ottilien Congregation, otherwise known as the Missionary Benedictines. Show Sankt Ottilienon the map
SchöllkrippenSchöllkrippen is a market community in the Aschaffenburg district in the Regierungsbezirk of Lower Franconia (Unterfranken) in Bavaria, Germany and seat of the (Administrative Community) of Schöllkrippen. It has a total population of around 4,000. Show Schöllkrippenon the map
KälberbergKälberberg is a constituent community of Buttenheim, in the district of Bamberg. It is in the Upper Franconian region of Bavaria, Germany. It is a small village with about 30 inhabitants. Kälberberg is about 1000 meters west of Tiefenhöchstadt and is north of Hochstall. Show Kälberbergon the map
MarktredwitzMarktredwitz is a municipality in the district of Wunsiedel, in Bavaria, Germany, close to the Czech border. It is situated 22 km west of Cheb, 50 km east of Bayreuth and 50 km south of Hof/Saale. The town celebrated the Horticultural Show 2006 in cooperation with Cheb. Show Marktredwitzon the map
PossenhofenPöcking is a municipality in the district of Starnberg in Bavaria in Germany. Duchess Elisabeth in Bavaria, consort of Emperor Franz Josef I of Austria-Hungary, grew up here in the Possenhofen Castle as daughter of Duke Max in Bavaria and Princess Ludovika of Bavaria. Show Possenhofenon the map
IsenIsen is a municipality in the district of Erding in Bavaria in Germany. Isen has once been home to a Benedictine abbey. The abbey was dissolved however during the secularisation in 1802 so only the St. Zeno Church remains today. In 1946 Isen had a population of 1,631. Show Isenon the map
PöckingPöcking is a municipality in the district of Starnberg in Bavaria in Germany. Duchess Elisabeth in Bavaria, consort of Emperor Franz Josef I of Austria-Hungary, grew up here in the Possenhofen Castle as daughter of Duke Max in Bavaria and Princess Ludovika of Bavaria. Show Pöckingon the map
OberdingOberding (German: Oberding, Bavarian: Obading) is a municipality in the district of Erding in Upper Bavaria in Germany, and member of the same administrative community. Almost half of the area of Munich Airport, with both terminals, falls within the municipal bounds. Show Oberdingon the map
AuhausenAuhausen is a municipality in the Swabian district Donau-Ries in Bavaria in Germany. The municipality is within the Oettingen central administrative body. Auhausen was the site of the 1608 meeting that formed the Protestant Union, also known as the Union of Auhausen. Show Auhausenon the map
HohenbrunnHohenbrunn is a municipality in the district of Munich in Bavaria, Germany. It is located in the southeast of Munich, occupying an area of 16.82 km². It connects to the Bundesautobahn 99 with its own exit, BAS Hohenbrunn. As of 30 June 2014, the population was 8,726. Show Hohenbrunnon the map
GeiselwindGeiselwind is a market town in Lower Franconia (Bavaria) in the district of Kitzingen in Germany. It has a population of around 2,300. Show Geiselwindon the map
Neustadt am MainNeustadt am Main (officially: Neustadt a.Main) is a community in the Main-Spessart district in the Regierungsbezirk of Lower Franconia (Unterfranken) in Bavaria, Germany and a member of the Lohr am Main (municipal administrative association). Show Neustadt am Mainon the map
PartensteinPartenstein is a community in the Main-Spessart district in the Regierungsbezirk of Lower Franconia (Unterfranken) in Bavaria, Germany and the seat of the (Administrative Community) of Partenstein. Partenstein is located on Bundesstraße 276. Show Partensteinon the map
Neustadt an der AischNeustadt an der Aisch (officially: Neustadt a.d.Aisch) is a small town of around 12,000 in the northern part of Bavaria (Germany), within the Franconian administrative region Middle Franconia.It is the district town of the district Neustadt (Aisch)-Bad Windsheim. Show Neustadt an der Aischon the map
Lohr am MainLohr am Main (officially: Lohr a.Main) is a town in the Main-Spessart district in the Regierungsbezirk of Lower Franconia (Unterfranken) in Bavaria, Germany and the seat (but not a member) of the (Administrative Community) of Lohr am Main. Show Lohr am Mainon the map
OsterhofenOsterhofen is a town in the district of Deggendorf, in Bavaria, Germany. It is situated on the right bank of the Danube, 16 km south of Deggendorf. The town surrounds Osterhofen Abbey, a former monastery, whose abbey church is now the Basilica of St. Margaretha. Show Osterhofenon the map
DachsbachDachsbach is a so-called \"Marktgemeinde\" (i.e. a little town having the right to have a market within its borders), a municipality in the district of Neustadt (Aisch)-Bad Windsheim, in the administrative region of Middle Franconia in northern Bavaria in Germany. Show Dachsbachon the map
BischbrunnBischbrunn is a community with around 1,800 (2013) inhabitants in the Main-Spessart district in the Regierungsbezirk of Lower Franconia (Unterfranken) in Bavaria, Germany and a member of the (Administrative Community) of Marktheidenfeld. Show Bischbrunnon the map
GerachGerach is a community in the Upper Franconian district of Bamberg and a member of the administrative community of Baunach. It lies in the Naturpark Haßberge (nature park) roughly 20 km north of Bamberg and roughly 10 km south of Ebern. Show Gerachon the map
HeigenbrückenHeigenbrücken is a municipality in the Aschaffenburg district in the Regierungsbezirk of Lower Franconia (Unterfranken) in Bavaria, Germany and seat of the (Administrative Community) of Heigenbrücken. It has a population of around 2,200. Show Heigenbrückenon the map
KemnathKemnath is a small city in the district of Tirschenreuth, in Bavaria, Germany. It is situated near the Fichtelgebirge, 24 km southeast of Bayreuth. The city's motto is \"das Tor zur Oberpfalz,\" which translates into English as \"The Door to the Upper Palatinate.\" Show Kemnathon the map
RothenfelsRothenfels is a town in the Main-Spessart district in the Regierungsbezirk of Lower Franconia (Unterfranken) in Bavaria, Germany and a member of the (Administrative Community) of Marktheidenfeld. It is said to be Bavaria’s smallest town. Show Rothenfelson the map
SegnitzSegnitz is a municipality in the district of Kitzingen in Bavaria in Germany, 25 km south of Würzburg on the Main river. The village is well known as the home of Renaissance master builder Hans Keesebrod, horticulture and wine and has less than 850 inhabitants. Show Segnitzon the map
HerzogenaurachHerzogenaurach (East Franconian: Herziaura) is a town in the district of in Bavaria, Germany. It is best known for being the home of the sporting goods companies Adidas and Puma, as well as the large car parts manufacturer Schaeffler Group. Show Herzogenaurachon the map
Bad Neustadt an der SaaleBad Neustadt is a town in northern Bavaria, Germany. It is the capital of the Rhön-Grabfeld district in Lower Franconia. It is situated on the rivers Fränkische Saale and Brend, near the Rhön Mountains, 30 km north of Schweinfurt, and 47 km southeast of Fulda. Show Bad Neustadt an der Saaleon the map
ButtenheimButtenheim is a market town in the Upper Franconian district of Bamberg and lies in the Regnitz Valley between Bamberg and Nuremberg. Buttenheim is Levi Strauss’s birthplace; the future inventor of blue jeans emigrated from here to the United States in 1847. Show Buttenheimon the map
KirchrothKirchroth is a municipality in the district of Straubing-Bogen in Bavaria, Germany. By the local government reform of May 1978 villages Kößnach, Oberzeitldorn, Obermiethnach, Pillnach, Pondorf, Niederachdorf, as well as Aufroth and Neuroth were incorporated. Show Kirchrothon the map
SchollbrunnSchollbrunn is a community in the Main-Spessart district in the Regierungsbezirk of Lower Franconia (Unterfranken) in Bavaria, Germany and a member of the (Administrative Community) of Kreuzwertheim. It has a population of over 900. Show Schollbrunnon the map
RimstingRimsting is a municipality in the district of Rosenheim in Bavaria in Germany. The mother of Pope Benedict XVI was the daughter of artisans from Rimsting who lived on the shore of Lake Chiem; before her marriage she worked as a cook in a number of hotels. Show Rimstingon the map
UnterammergauUnterammergau is a municipality in the district of in Bavaria, Germany. It is the site of the 11th-century Chapel of St Leonhard, patron saint of horses, which is the terminus of the annual Leonhardritt and Blessing of the Animals. Show Unterammergauon the map
KirchanschöringKirchanschöring is a municipality in the district of Traunstein in Bavaria, Germany. The community is located in the Rupertiwinkel and it borders on the eastern waterside of the Waginger See, although the town itself is some kilometers away from the lake. Show Kirchanschöringon the map
Neustadt an der DonauNeustadt an der Donau is a town in Lower Bavaria on the Danube in Bavaria, Germany. Lying on the western border of Landkreis Kelheim, Neustadt is primarily known for the thermal spa Bad Gögging. Neustadt had a population of 12,753 as of December 31, 2003. Show Neustadt an der Donauon the map
Aura im SinngrundAura im Sinngrund (officially: Aura i.Sinngrund) is a community in the Main-Spessart district in the Regierungsbezirk of Lower Franconia (Unterfranken) in Bavaria, Germany and a member of the (municipal association) of Burgsinn. Show Aura im Sinngrundon the map
Gern Show Gernon the map
HeilsbronnHeilsbronn is a town in the Ansbach district of the Mittelfranken administrative region of Franconia, in the German state of Bavaria between Nuremberg and Ansbach, in the wooded valley of the Rangau. Its hallmark is the Katharinenturm, a medieval tower. Show Heilsbronnon the map
AuerbachAuerbach in der Oberpfalz (German pronunciation: [ˈaʊɐbax ɪn dɐ ˈoːbɐpfalts] (13px listen)) is a town in the Amberg-Sulzbach district, Bavaria, Germany. It is located 45 km northeast of Nuremberg. In the subdivision Michelfeld there was a Benedictine monastery which is now a nursing home. Show Auerbachon the map
NandlstadtNandlstadt is a municipality in the district of Freising in Bavaria in Germany. Nandlstadt is said to be the oldest hop-growing area in the world, having grown them since the year 860. The town lies in a triangle between Freising, Moosburg and Mainburg. Show Nandlstadton the map
SolalindenSolalinden is a small village south-east of Munich. It is a part of Putzbrunn. There is no supermarket or shopping mall, and only one restaurant called \"Mykonos\", with Greek dishes and a typical bavarian Beergarden. The is 100-200. Show Solalindenon the map
SeinsheimSeinsheim is a municipality in the district of Kitzingen in Bavaria in Germany. It is best known for its connection with the countly Seinsheim family, which died out in 1958 with the exception of the princely House of Schwarzenberg branch of the family. Show Seinsheimon the map
DammbachDammbach is a community in the Aschaffenburg district in the Regierungsbezirk of Lower Franconia (Unterfranken) in Bavaria, Germany, and a member of the (municipal association) of Mespelbrunn, whose seat is in Heimbuchenthal. Show Dammbachon the map
Landau an der IsarLandau an der Isar (official name: Landau a.d.Isar) is the second largest town in the Lower Bavarian district, or Landkreis, of Dingolfing-Landau, in the state of Bavaria, Germany. It lies on the river Isar. In 2005, the population was around 12,950. Show Landau an der Isaron the map
SchrobenhausenSchrobenhausen (pronounced is a town in the district, in Bavaria, Germany. It is situated on the river Paar, approx. 25 kilometres (16 miles) southwest of Ingolstadt, and 35 kilometres (22 miles) northeast of Augsburg. Show Schrobenhausenon the map
Waging am SeeWaging am See (officially: Waging a. See) is a municipality in the district of Traunstein in Bavaria, Germany. The town, classified as a climatic spa, is located at the Waginger See, the warmest lake in Upper Bavaria, with temperatures up to 27 °C. Show Waging am Seeon the map
CronheimCronheim is a village in the municipality of Gunzenhausen in the district which forms part of the Bavarian Government district (in German: Regierungbezirk) of Mittelfranken. The hamlet of Filchenhard forms part of Cronheim. Show Cronheimon the map
AltdorfAltdorf bei Nürnberg German pronunciation: [ˈaltdɔʁf baɪ ˈnʏʁnbɛʁk] (13px listen)) is a town in south-eastern Germany. It is situated 25 km east of Nuremberg, in the district Nürnberger Land. Its name literally means “Altdorf near Nuremberg”, to distinguish it from other Altdorfs. Show Altdorfon the map
OberaudorfOberaudorf is a municipality in the district of Rosenheim in Bavaria in Germany. Oberaudorf is the birthplace of the mother of German Pope Benedict XVI, of German politician Edmund Stoiber and footballer Bastian Schweinsteiger, who grew up there. Show Oberaudorfon the map
PenzbergPenzberg is a city in the Weilheim-Schongau district, in Bavaria, Germany. It is located about 50 km south of Munich, and had a population of 16,262 in 2010. A historic coal mining town, Penzberg today is known for its pharmaceutical industries. Show Penzbergon the map
NeunkirchenNeunkirchen is a municipality in the Miltenberg district in the Regierungsbezirk of Lower Franconia (Unterfranken) in Bavaria, Germany and a member of the (Administrative Community) of Erftal, whose seat is in Bürgstadt. Show Neunkirchenon the map
WessobrunnWessobrunn Abbey (Kloster Wessobrunn) was a Benedictine monastery near Weilheim in Bavaria, Germany. It is celebrated as the home of the famous Wessobrunn Prayer and also of a Baroque school of stucco workers and plasterers in the 18th century. Show Wessobrunnon the map
Bad AiblingBad Aibling (; German pronunciation: [ˈba:t ˌʔaɪ̯blɪŋ]) is a spa town and former district seat in Bavaria on the river Mangfall, located some 56 km (35 mi) southeast of Munich. It features a luxury health resort with a peat pulp bath and mineral spa. Show Bad Aiblingon the map
HersbruckHersbruck is a small town in Middle Franconia, Bavaria, Germany, belonging to the district Nürnberger Land. It is best known for the late-gothic artwork of the Hersbruck altar, the \"Hirtenmuseum\" and the landscape of the \"Hersbrucker Schweiz\". Show Hersbruckon the map
Weißenburg in BayernWeißenburg in Bayern (formerly also Weißenburg im Nordgau) is a town in Middle Franconia, Germany. It is the capital of the district In 2010 its population was 17,513. Weißenburg was a Free Imperial City for 500 years. Show Weißenburg in Bayernon the map
MarktsteftMarktsteft is a town in the district of Kitzingen, in Bavaria, Germany. It is situated on the left bank of the Main, 5 km (3 mi) southwest of Kitzingen. It was the birthplace (1885) of the well-known Second World War general Albert Kesselring. Show Marktstefton the map
InzellInzell is a municipality in the district of Traunstein in Bavaria, Germany. It is known for the Eisstadion Inzell, an outdoor artificial ice rink that has been used for many international speed skating championships. It is now an indoor oval. Show Inzellon the map
TschirnTschirn is a village in the district of Kronach in Oberfranken (Bavaria, Germany). Located in the Frankenwald mountain range, it incorporates the sections Tschirn, Dobermühle and The oldest historical record dates 1276. Show Tschirnon the map
GautingGauting is a municipality in the district of Starnberg, in Bavaria, Germany with a population of approximately 20,000. It is situated on the river Würm, 17 kilometres (11 mi) southwest of Munich and is a part of the Munich metropolitan area. Show Gautingon the map
DinkelscherbenDinkelscherben is a municipality in the district of Augsburg in Bavaria in Anried, Breitenbronn, Ettelried, Grünenbaindt, Häder, Lindach, Oberschöneberg and Ried are villages that make up the municipality of Dinkelscherben. Show Dinkelscherbenon the map
BurgoberbachBurgoberbach is a municipality in the district of Ansbach in Bavaria in Germany. In the graveyard of the Catholic church of St. Leonhard lies the grave of Flying Officer George Warren, administered by the Commonwealth War Graves Commission. Show Burgoberbachon the map
WegscheidWegscheid is a municipality in the district of Passau in Bavaria in Germany. In November 1936, Fritz Wächtler visited the school. In January 1939, when the Adalbert-Stifter school was dedicated, Kreisleiter Krenn joined the guests of honor. Show Wegscheidon the map
KipfenbergKipfenberg is a municipality in the district of Eichstätt in Bavaria in Germany. It is known for its famous hillside castle and fortress, as well as being the geographical centre of Bavaria. The Altmuehl River flows through the market town. Show Kipfenbergon the map
AmerangAmerang is a municipality in the district of Rosenheim in Bavaria in Germany. It is located 10 kilometres (6.2 mi) south of Wasserburg am Inn. It is known for its German car museum, historical farmhouse museum and Amerang castle concerts. Show Amerangon the map
EdenbergenEdenbergen 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 Mühle. Show Edenbergenon the map
HemhofenHemhofen is a town in the district of in Bavaria, Germany. Recently, it has been subject to controversy surrounding its continuous struggle toward becoming an independent state under the name of Räterepublik Hemhofen-Zeckern. Show Hemhofenon the map
LeuchtenbergLeuchtenberg is a municipality in the district of Neustadt in Bavaria in Germany, essentially a suburb of nearby Weiden in der Oberpfalz, and a larger historical region in the Holy Roman Empire governed by the Landgraves of Leuchtenberg. Show Leuchtenbergon the map
ObergriesbachObergriesbach is a municipality in southern Bavaria in Germany. It is part of the Aichach-Friedberg district and located some 22 km from Augsburg. Obergriesbach is a charming village, surrounded by rolling meadows and lush, green forest. Show Obergriesbachon the map
Bad HindelangBad Hindelang is a municipality in the district of Oberallgäu in Bavaria in Germany. As of 2008 it has a population of 4,915. Its sulphur spring was used for cures in the 19th century and today the municipality is a major health resort. Show Bad Hindelangon the map
WunsiedelWunsiedel is the seat of the Upper Franconian district of Wunsiedel in northeast Bavaria, Germany. The town became well known for its annual Luisenburg Festival and the Rudolf Hess Memorial March held there by the Neo-Nazis until 2005. Show Wunsiedelon the map
VaterstettenVaterstetten is a municipality in the Upper Bavarian district of Ebersberg. It lies east of Munich and is the district’s biggest community. Vaterstetten is on the outskirts of Munich, roughly twenty minutes by S-Bahn from Marienplatz. Show Vaterstettenon the map
OttobeurenOttobeuren is a municipality in Bavaria, Germany, located 11 km southeast of Memmingen near the A7. It is famous for Ottobeuren Abbey, situated next to the Basilica. The town is seat of a municipal association with Hawangen and Böhen. Show Ottobeurenon the map
AmorbachAmorbach is a town in the Miltenberg district in the Regierungsbezirk of Lower Franconia (Unterfranken) in Bavaria, Germany, with some 4,000 inhabitants. It is situated on the small river Mud, in the northeastern part of the Odenwald. Show Amorbachon the map
FinningenFinningen is a municipality in the district of Dillingen in Bavaria in Germany. It is 7 km north of the town of Dillingen. The population is 1,637 (as of 2011). The town is a member of the municipal association Höchstädt an der Donau. Show Finningenon the map
AltöttingAltötting (German pronunciation: [altˈˀœtɪŋ] (13px listen), locally [ɔidˈɛːde̝ŋ]) is a town in Bavaria, capital of the district Altötting. For 500 years it has been the scene of religious pilgrimages by Catholics in honor of Mary including a visit by Pope John Paul II in 1980 and Pope Benedict XVI in 2006. Show Altöttingon the map
HergatzHergatz is a municipality in the district of Lindau in Bavaria in Germany. The contemporary town was formed from the former municipalities of Wohmbrechts and Maria-Thann in the course of the municipal reform at the end of the 1970s. Show Hergatzon the map
KreuzwertheimKreuzwertheim is a market community in the Main-Spessart district in the Regierungsbezirk of Lower Franconia (Unterfranken) in Bavaria, Germany and the seat of the (municipal association) of Kreuzwertheim. It has around 3,800 inhabitants. Show Kreuzwertheimon the map
WeidenbergWeidenberg is a municipality in the district of Bayreuth in Bavaria in Germany. The Ölschnitz river discharges near into the Red Main. Nearby is the site of a medieval castle, known as Burgstall Schlosshügel. Show Weidenbergon the map
BreitengüßbachBreitengüßbach (or Breitengüssbach) is a community in the Upper Franconian district of Bamberg. It was first mentioned as Gusibach and as belonging to the royal court at Hallstadt in an Imperial document issued between 812 and 830. Show Breitengüßbachon the map
BinswangenBinswangen is a municipality in the district of Dillingen in Bavaria in Germany. The town is a member of the municipal association Wertingen. The town's handsome 1836 synagogue has been restored and is open to visitors on Sundays. Show Binswangenon the map
GerodaGeroda is a municipality in the district of Bad Kissingen in Bavaria in Germany. Geroda is located in the nature park Bayerische Rhön, in the Thulba valley, on the southern side of the so-called Schwarze Berge (\"black mountains\"). Show Gerodaon the map
WarmensteinachWarmensteinach is a municipality in the district of Bayreuth in Bavaria in Germany.From here there is a chairlift, the Ochsenkopf South Chairlift, to the summit of the Ochsenkopf, the second highest mountain in the Fichtelgebirge. Show Warmensteinachon the map
KleinkötzKleinkötz is a village near Günzburg in Bavaria in Germany, the site of a post World War II American sector displaced person camp (see also Scouting in displaced persons camps). It is the birthplace of Johann Eberlin von Günzburg. Show Kleinkötzon the map
NonnenhornNonnenhorn is one of the three Bavarian towns on Lake Constance in the Swabian district of Lindau. The air health resort and famous wine town is located between Wasserburg (Bodensee) and Kressbronn am Bodensee Show Nonnenhornon the map
NittenauNittenau is a municipality in the district of Schwandorf, in Bavaria, Germany. It is situated on the river Regen, 18 km southeast of Schwandorf, and 24 km northeast of Regensburg. It is the \"sister city\" of Lake Zurich, Illinois. Show Nittenauon the map
KönigsteinKönigstein, also referred to as Königstein (Oberpfalz) to distinguish it from other places named Königstein, is a market town in the Amberg-Sulzbach district, Bavaria, Germany. It is located 45 kilometres (28 mi) NE of Nuremberg. Show Königsteinon the map
Au in der HallertauThe municipality of Au in der Hallertau is located in the north of the district of Freising and in the southern part of the Hallertau, in Bavaria, Germany. Au is famous for its important role in hop planting and hop distribution. Show Au in der Hallertauon the map
KarbachKarbach is a market community in the Main-Spessart district in the Regierungsbezirk of Lower Franconia (Unterfranken) in Bavaria, Germany and a member of the (Administrative Community) of Marktheidenfeld. Show Karbachon the map
MömbrisMömbris is a community – since 31 January 1964 a market community – in the Aschaffenburg district in the Regierungsbezirk of Lower Franconia (Unterfranken) in Bavaria, Germany. Mömbris is the district’s fifth biggest community. Show Mömbrison the map
VohenstraußVohenstrauß (or Vohenstrauss) is a town in Germany, located in the north-eastern part of the Bavarian region Upper Palatinate. The town is situated in the district of Neustadt (Waldnaab). It is the birthplace of Heribert Illig. Show Vohenstraußon the map
Bad AlexandersbadBad Alexandersbad is a municipality of Germany in Oberfranken (Bavaria), in the district of Wunsiedel. Population (2003): 1,240. The municipality consists of the villages Dünkelhammer, Kleinwendern, Sichersreuth and Tiefenbach. Show Bad Alexandersbadon the map
SchweinfurtSchweinfurt (in German literally 'swine ford') is a city in the Lower Franconia region of Bavaria in Germany on the right bank of the navigable Main River, which is spanned by several bridges here, 27 km northeast of Würzburg. Show Schweinfurton the map
HeinrichsthalHeinrichsthal is a community in the Aschaffenburg district in the Regierungsbezirk of Lower Franconia (Unterfranken) in Bavaria, Germany, and a member of the (Administrative Community) of Heigenbrücken. Show Heinrichsthalon the map
OdelzhausenOdelzhausen is a town and municipality in the west of the region of \"Dachau\" (Upper Bavaria). The administrative collectivity of Odelzhausen consists of Odelzhausen and the townships of Sulzemoos and Pfaffenhofen an der Glonn. The town celebrated 1200 years of existence in 2014. The town has a Bavarian Red Cross station, shops, hotels, and the historic castle contains the Schloss Hotel and Bavarian restaurant. There is also the par 72 Golf Club Munich-West. Of architectural interest is the Parish church St. Benedikt. Show Odelzhausenon the map
GössenheimGössenheim is a community in the Main-Spessart district in the Regierungsbezirk of Lower Franconia (Unterfranken) in Bavaria, Germany and a member of the (Administrative Community) of Gemünden am Main. Show Gössenheimon the map
GräfendorfGräfendorf is a community in the Main-Spessart district in the Regierungsbezirk of Lower Franconia (Unterfranken) in Bavaria, Germany and a member of the (Administrative Community) of Gemünden am Main. Show Gräfendorfon the map
BlankenbachBlankenbach is a community in the Aschaffenburg district in the Regierungsbezirk of Lower Franconia (Unterfranken) in Bavaria, Germany, and a member of the (Administrative Community) of Schöllkrippen. Show Blankenbachon the map
AiglsbachAiglsbach is a town and municipality in the Lower Bavarian district of Kelheim, Germany, and a member of the Mainburg administrative partnership, a voluntary resource-pooling agreement with three neighbouring municipalities. Show Aiglsbachon the map
KleinwallstadtKleinwallstadt is a market community in the Miltenberg district in the Regierungsbezirk of Lower Franconia (Unterfranken) in Bavaria, Germany and the seat of the like-named (Administrative Community). Show Kleinwallstadton the map
UrspringenUrspringen is a community in the Main-Spessart district in the Regierungsbezirk of Lower Franconia (Unterfranken) in Bavaria, Germany and a member of the (Administrative Community) of Marktheidenfeld. Show Urspringenon the map
ZellingenZellingen is a market community in the Main-Spessart district in the Regierungsbezirk of Lower Franconia (Unterfranken) in Bavaria, Germany and the seat of the (Administrative Community) of Zellingen. Show Zellingenon the map
RegnitzlosauRegnitzlosau is a municipality in Upper Franconia in the district of Hof in Bavaria in Germany. Regnitzlosau was established in 1234 by three members of the nobility: Cunradus de Lasan, Arnoldus de Lasan and Ciban de Lasan. Show Regnitzlosauon the map
KarsbachKarsbach is a community in the Main-Spessart district in the Regierungsbezirk of Lower Franconia (Unterfranken) in Bavaria, Germany and a member of the (Administrative Community) of Gemünden am Main. Show Karsbachon the map
MünchsmünsterMünchsmünster is a municipality in the district of Pfaffenhofen in Bavaria in Germany.The town grew up around the former Münchsmünster Abbey, which was demolished around 1817 and its stones used for construction of houses. Show Münchsmünsteron the map
EsselbachEsselbach is a community in the Main-Spessart district in the Regierungsbezirk of Lower Franconia (Unterfranken) in Bavaria, Germany and a member of the (Administrative Community) of Marktheidenfeld. Show Esselbachon the map
HafenlohrHafenlohr is a community in the Main-Spessart district in the Regierungsbezirk of Lower Franconia (Unterfranken) in Bavaria, Germany and a member of the (Administrative Community) of Marktheidenfeld. Show Hafenlohron the map
BurgsinnBurgsinn is a market community in the Main-Spessart district in the Regierungsbezirk of Lower Franconia (Unterfranken) in Bavaria, Germany and the seat of the (municipal association) of Burgsinn. It has a population of around 2,500. Show Burgsinnon the map
RechtenbachRechtenbach is a community in the Main-Spessart district in the Regierungsbezirk of Lower Franconia (Unterfranken) in Bavaria, Germany and a member of the (municipal association) of Lohr am Main. It has a population of around 1,000. Show Rechtenbachon the map
ObersinnObersinn is a market community in the Main-Spessart district in the Regierungsbezirk of Lower Franconia (Unterfranken) in Bavaria, Germany and a member of the (Administrative Community) of Burgsinn. Show Obersinnon the map
KleinkahlKleinkahl is a community in the Aschaffenburg district in the Regierungsbezirk of Lower Franconia (Unterfranken) in Bavaria, Germany, and a member of the (municipal association) of Schöllkrippen. Kleinkahl has around 1,800 inhabitants. Show Kleinkahlon the map
KleinheubachKleinheubach is a market community in the Miltenberg district in the Regierungsbezirk of Lower Franconia (Unterfranken) in Bavaria, Germany and the seat of the like-named (municipal association). It has a population of around 3,600. Show Kleinheubachon the map
SommerkahlSommerkahl is a community in the Aschaffenburg district in the Regierungsbezirk of Lower Franconia (Unterfranken) in Bavaria, Germany and a member of the (Administrative Community) of Schöllkrippen. Show Sommerkahlon the map
SteingadenSteingaden is a town and municipality in the Weilheim-Schongau district of Upper Bavaria, Germany. It is the site of the 12th-century Steingaden Abbey (Kloster Steingaden) and the Wies Church, a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Show Steingadenon the map
ThüngenThüngen is a market community in the Main-Spessart district in the Regierungsbezirk of Lower Franconia (Unterfranken) in Bavaria, Germany and a member of the (Administrative Community) of Zellingen. Show Thüngenon the map
StadtbergenStadtbergen (Swabian: Staberga) is a town in the district of Augsburg, in Bavaria, Germany. It is situated in the outskirts of Augsburg, 4 kilometres (2.5 mi) west of Augsburg city centre. Stadtbergen was granted town privileges in May 2007. Show Stadtbergenon the map
Sondheim vor der RhönSondheim vor der Rhön is a municipality in the district Rhön-Grabfeld, Bavaria, Germany. It is administrated by the Ostheim. As of 2002 it had a population of 1123, and covers an area of 18.58 km². Show Sondheim vor der Rhönon the map
ZusmarshausenZusmarshausen is a municipality in the district of Augsburg, Bavaria, Germany. The 1648 Battle of Zusmarshausen took place here. It is a part of the Naturpark Augsburg-Westliche Wälder (Nature Park Augsburg Western Woods) Show Zusmarshausenon the map
WeidenWeiden in der Oberpfalz (official name: Weiden i.d.OPf.) is a district-free city in Bavaria, Germany. It is located 100 km east of Nuremberg and 35 km west of the Czech border. A branch of the German Army is located here. Show Weidenon the map
PastettenPastetten is a municipality in the district of Erding in Bavaria in Germany. It is a rural municipality in the south of the district. The town was founded about one thousand years ago along the road from Swabia to Erding. Show Pastettenon the map
AßlingAßling is a municipality in the Upper Bavarian district of Ebersberg. It is, along with the communities of Emmering and Frauenneuharting a member of the administrative community of the same name. Show Aßlingon the map
GeisenbrunnGeisenbrunn is a village in Bavaria, Germany and is located about 22 km southwest of Munich (centre). Since 1978 it is a part of the municipality Gilching which belongs to the district of Starnberg (Landkreis Starnberg). Show Geisenbrunnon the map
BärnauBärnau is the oldest town in the district of Tirschenreuth, in Bavaria, Germany. It is situated near the border with the Czech Republic, 25 km northeast of Weiden in der Oberpfalz, and 26 km southwest of Mariánské Lázně. Show Bärnauon the map
Bad KissingenBad Kissingen is a spa town in the Bavarian region of Lower Franconia and seat of the district Bad Kissingen. Situated to the south of the Rhön Mountains on the Franconian Saale river, it is a world-famous health resort. Show Bad Kissingenon the map
HorgauHorgau is a municipality in the district of Augsburg in Bavaria in Germany. Districts (villages) of the municipality Horgau: Horgau, Horgauergreut, Auerbach, Bieselbach, Horgau Bahnhof, Lindgraben, Schäfstoß, Herpfenried Show Horgauon the map
LeestenLeesten is a small village located in Bavaria, Germany. It is in Oberfranken (Upper Franconia), in the Bamberg district. Leesten is a constituent community of Strullendorf. In 2009, Leesten had a total population of 260. Show Leestenon the map
Klingenberg am MainKlingenberg am Main is a town in the Miltenberg district in the Regierungsbezirk of Lower Franconia (Unterfranken) in Bavaria, Germany. It has a population of around 6,200 and is located on both banks of the river Main. Show Klingenberg am Mainon the map
KulmbachKulmbach is the capital of the district of Kulmbach in Bavaria in Germany. The town is famous for Plassenburg Castle, which houses the largest tin soldier museum in the world, and for its famous sausages, or Bratwürste. Show Kulmbachon the map
Neu-UlmNeu-Ulm is the capital of the Neu-Ulm district and a town in Swabia, Bavaria. Neighbouring towns include Ulm, Senden, Pfaffenhofen an der Roth, Holzheim, Nersingen and Elchingen. The population is 51,110 (30 June 2005). Show Neu-Ulmon the map
AltenbuchAltenbuch is a community in the Miltenberg district in the Regierungsbezirk of Lower Franconia (Unterfranken) in Bavaria, Germany and a member of the (Administrative Community) of Stadtprozelten. Show Altenbuchon the map
HaslochHasloch is a community in the Main-Spessart district in the Regierungsbezirk of Lower Franconia (Unterfranken) in Bavaria, Germany and a member of the of Kreuzwertheim. Hasloch has a population close to 1,400. Show Haslochon the map
BindlachBindlach is a municipality in the district of Bayreuth in Upper Franconia in Bavaria, Germany. The town is adjacent immediately north of the town of Bayreuth. The population count of December 2006 was 7197 inhabitants. Show Bindlachon the map
BürgstadtBürgstadt is a market community in the Miltenberg district in the Regierungsbezirk of Lower Franconia (Unterfranken) in Bavaria, Germany and the seat of the (Administrative Community) of Erftal. Bürgstadt is a winegrowing community in the wine region of Franken. It has a population of around 4,300. Show Bürgstadton the map
AmlingstadtAmlingstadt 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. Show Amlingstadton the map
LaudenbachLaudenbach is a community in the Miltenberg district in the Regierungsbezirk of Lower Franconia (Unterfranken) in Bavaria, Germany and a member of the (Administrative Community) of Kleinheubach. Show Laudenbachon the map
WildpoldsriedWildpoldsried is a municipality in the district of Oberallgäu in Bavaria in Germany. The village has been recognized for its exceptional achievements in renewable energy production and in reducing its carbon footprint. Show Wildpoldsriedon the map
WiesthalWiesthal is a community in the Main-Spessart district in the Regierungsbezirk of Lower Franconia (Unterfranken) in Bavaria, Germany and a member of the (municipal association) of Partenstein. It has a population of around 1,300. Show Wiesthalon the map
SpeinshartSpeinshart is a municipality in the district of Neustadt (Waldnaab) in Bavaria in Germany. The municipality gained its name from the monastery Speinshart which was built between 1692 and 1697 by Wolfgang Dientzenhofer. Show Speinsharton the map
RüdenauRüdenau is a municipality in the Miltenberg district in the Regierungsbezirk of Lower Franconia (Unterfranken) in Bavaria, Germany and a member of the (Administrative Community) of Kleinheubach. Show Rüdenauon the map
TiefenhöchstadtTiefenhöchstadt is a small village located in Bavaria, Germany. It is in Upper Franconia, in the Bamberg district. Tiefenhöchstadt is a constituent community of Buttenheim. In 2007, the village had a population of 90. Show Tiefenhöchstadton the map
RetzstadtRetzstadt is a community in the Main-Spessart district in the Regierungsbezirk of Lower Franconia (Unterfranken) in Bavaria, Germany and a member of the (Administrative Community) of Zellingen. Show Retzstadton the map
WertachWertach is a small town in the Oberallgäu district, southern Bavaria, Germany, in the German Alps. It is situated on the river Wertach, southeast of Kempten. The town was the childhood home of the writer W. G. Sebald. Show Wertachon the map
Wasserburg am InnWasserburg am Inn is a town in Rosenheim district in Upper Bavaria, Germany. The historic centre is a peninsula formed by the meandering Inn River. Many Medieval structures remain intact, giving the city a unique air. Show Wasserburg am Innon the map
MittelsinnMittelsinn is a community in the Main-Spessart district in the Regierungsbezirk of Lower Franconia (Unterfranken) in Bavaria, Germany and a member of the (Administrative Community) of Burgsinn. Show Mittelsinnon the map
GeisenfeldGeisenfeld is a town in the district of Pfaffenhofen, in Bavaria, Germany. It is situated on the river Ilm, 16 km (9.94 mi) southeast of Ingolstadt. The town grew up around Geisenfeld Abbey, a convent founded in 1037. Show Geisenfeldon the map
GerolzhofenGerolzhofen is a town in the district of Schweinfurt, Bavaria, Germany. The town is the former center of the district of Gerolzhofen and has about 7,000 inhabitants. The mayor of Gerolzhofen is Thorsten Wozniak (CSU). Show Gerolzhofenon the map
MühldorfMühldorf am Inn is a town in Bavaria, Germany, and the capital of the district Mühldorf on the river Inn. It is located at 48°14′30″N 12°31′30″E / 48.24167°N 12.52500°E, and had a population of about 17,808 in 2005. Show Mühldorfon the map
Landsberg am LechLandsberg am Lech (Landsberg on the river Lech) is a town in southwest Bavaria, Germany, about 65 kilometers west of Munich and 35 kilometers south of Augsburg. It is the capital of the district of Landsberg am Lech. Show Landsberg am Lechon the map
RöllbachRöllbach is a municipality in the Miltenberg district in the Regierungsbezirk of Lower Franconia (Unterfranken) in Bavaria, Germany and a member of the (Administrative Community) of Mönchberg. Show Röllbachon the map
MistendorfMistendorf 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. Show Mistendorfon the map
Gemünden am MainGemünden am Main (officially Gemünden a.Main) is a town in the Main-Spessart district in the Regierungsbezirk of Lower Franconia (Unterfranken) in Bavaria, Germany and lies roughly 40 km down the Main from Würzburg. Show Gemünden am Mainon the map
DreuschendorfDreuschendorf 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. Show Dreuschendorfon the map
FellenFellen is a community in the Main-Spessart district in the Regierungsbezirk of Lower Franconia (Unterfranken) in Bavaria, Germany and a member of the (Administrative Community) of Burgsinn. Show Fellenon the map
HawangenHawangen is a municipality in the district of Unterallgäu in Bavaria, Germany, with about 1254 inhabitants. Hawangen is situated 5 km (3 mi) east of Memmingen. The town has a municipal association with Ottobeuren. Show Hawangenon the map
ReckendorfReckendorf is a community in the district of Bamberg, in Upper Franconia, Bavaria, Germany. With roughly 2,000 inhabitants, Reckendorf is a member of the administrative community of Baunach. Show Reckendorfon the map
OberammergauOberammergau (Bavarian: Obaammagau) is a municipality in the district of in Bavaria, Germany. The town is famous for its production of a Passion Play, its woodcarvers, and the NATO School. Show Oberammergauon the map
KirchweidachKirchweidach is a municipality in the district of Altötting in Bavaria in Germany. It is known for its high level of barn owls and is frequently visited by barn owl enthusiasts in search of their favourite birds. Show Kirchweidachon the map
Trostberg an der AlzTrostberg is a town in the district of Traunstein, in Bavaria, Germany. It is situated on the river Alz, 19 km northwest of Traunstein. As with other 'old towns' in the region, it is a popular local tourist spot. Show Trostberg an der Alzon the map
AltenkunstadtAltenkunstadt is a municipality in the district of Lichtenfels in Bavaria, Germany. It lies on the left or south bank of the river Main across the valley from Burgkunstadt which sits on the hillside to the north. Show Altenkunstadton the map
SelbSelb is a town in the district of Wunsiedel, in Upper Franconia, Bavaria, Germany. It is situated in the Fichtelgebirge, on the border with the Czech Republic, 20 km northwest of Cheb and 23 km southeast of Hof. Show Selbon the map
Röthenbach an der PegnitzRöthenbach an der Pegnitz is a municipality in the district Nürnberger Land, in Bavaria, Germany. It is situated on the Pegnitz River, 4 km southwest of Lauf an der Pegnitz, and 12 km east of Nuremberg (centre). Show Röthenbach an der Pegnitzon the map
SennfeldSennfeld is a municipality in the district of Schweinfurt in Bavaria, Germany. Historically, along with its neighboring village of Gochsheim, it had the rare situation of being a Reichsdorf or Imperial Village. Show Sennfeldon the map
SurbergSurberg is a municipality in the district of Traunstein in Bavaria, Germany. It is 90 km (55.7 miles) southeast of the Bavarian capitol of Munich, and 521 km (324 miles) south of the country's capitol of Berlin Show Surbergon the map
WertingenWertingen is a municipality in the district of Dillingen in Bavaria, Germany. It is located along the river Zusam in 13 km east of Dillingen, and 28 km northwest of Augsburg. The city is the seat of the municipal association Wertingen. Show Wertingenon the map
FüssenFüssen is a town in Bavaria, Germany, in the district of Ostallgäu, situated 5 kilometres (3.1 mi) north from the Austrian border. It has a population of 15,265. The town is known for its violinmaking industry, and as the closest transportation hub for the castles Neuschwanstein and Hohenschwangau. Show Füssenon the map
GrafrathGrafrath is a municipality in the district of Fürstenfeldbruck in Bavaria in Germany. It takes its name from Saint Rasso (Ratho), who was a count (Graf) who founded a Benedictine abbey here in the 10th century. Show Grafrathon the map
GochsheimGochsheim is a municipality in the district of Schweinfurt in Bavaria, Germany. Historically, along with its neighboring village of Sennfeld, it had the rare situation of being a Reichsdorf or Imperial Village. Show Gochsheimon the map
FrankendorfFrankendorf 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. Show Frankendorfon the map
BambergBamberg (German pronunciation: [ˈbambɛɐ̯k]) is a town in Upper Franconia, Germany, on the river Regnitz close to its confluence with the river Main. A large part of the town has been a UNESCO World Heritage Site since 1993. Show Bambergon the map
GeisfeldGeisfeld 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. Show Geisfeldon the map
WilhelmsthalWilhelmsthal is a municipality in the district of Kronach in Bavaria, Germany. The baroque Wilhelmsthal Palace was built for William VIII, Landgrave of Hesse-Kassel according to plans by François de Cuvilliés. Show Wilhelmsthalon the map
WeilheimWeilheim in Oberbayern (German: Weilheim in Oberbayern) is a town in Germany, the capital of the district Weilheim-Schongau in the south of Bavaria. Weilheim has an old city-wall, historic houses and a museum. Show Weilheimon the map
ScheßlitzScheßlitz (or Schesslitz) is a town in the Upper Franconian district of Bamberg and lies on the rise to the Franconian Switzerland on the A 70 between Bamberg and Bayreuth, lying 14 km northeast of the former. Show Scheßlitzon the map
SchönbrunnSchönbrunn im Steigerwald (officially: Schönbrunn i.Steigerwald) is a community in the Upper Franconian district of Bamberg and a member of the administrative community of Burgebrach. Show Schönbrunnon the map
KnetzgauKnetzgau is a municipality in the district of Haßberge in Bavaria in Germany. It consists of eight villages: Oberschwappach, Unterschwappach, Westheim, Hainert, Eschenau, Neuhaus, Zell am Ebersberg and Wohnau. Show Knetzgauon the map
PressathPressath is a municipality in the district of Neustadt (Waldnaab), in Bavaria, Germany. Pressath was founded in 1657. It is situated 20 km northwest of Weiden in der Oberpfalz and ca. 7 km north of Grafenwöhr. Show Pressathon the map
StadtsteinachStadtsteinach is a town in the district of Kulmbach, in Bavaria, Germany. It is situated in the Frankenwald, 8 km northeast of Kulmbach. It is known for its proximity to mountains, fields and nature reserves. Show Stadtsteinachon the map
MettenMetten is a municipality in the district of Deggendorf in Bavaria in Germany. The town grew up round Metten Abbey, founded in 766. Metten is also the birthplace of former Bayern Munich goalkeeper Sepp Maier. Show Mettenon the map
EmtmannsbergEmtmannsberg is a municipality in the district of Bayreuth in Bavaria in Germany. The Ölschnitz river begins near here at the confluence of the Laimbach and Bieberswöhrbach near Show Emtmannsbergon the map
ReichertsheimReichertsheim is a municipality in the district of Mühldorf in Bavaria in Germany. There is also a little village in this area called Ramsau.This little village has a “Landjugend“, a group of young people. Show Reichertsheimon the map
SchönseeSchönsee is a town in the district of Schwandorf, in Bavaria, Germany. It is situated near the border with the Czech Republic, 38 km northeast of Schwandorf, and 34 km southeast of Weiden in der Oberpfalz. Show Schönseeon the map
OberpframmernOberpframmern is a community in the Upper Bavarian district of Ebersberg and a member of the (administrative community) of Glonn. It lies roughly 24 kilometres southeast of Munich. Show Oberpframmernon the map
Schondorf am AmmerseeSchondorf am Ammersee is a municipality in the district Landsberg am Lech, Bavaria, Germany and is a member of the municipal association Schondorf am Ammersee The municipal association based in Schondorf. Show Schondorf am Ammerseeon the map
Jettingen-ScheppachJettingen-Scheppach is a market community in the Günzburg Landkreis in the Schwaben (Swabia) Regierungsbezirk in Bavaria. It lies between Ulm and Augsburg. Its population as of 1 December 2005 was 7,044. Show Jettingen-Scheppachon the map
HohenpeißenbergHohenpeißenberg is a municipality in the Weilheim-Schongau district, in Bavaria, Germany. Hohenpeißenberg is situated in the Bavarian Oberland, in the alpine uplan. It exists only as a local subdistrict. Show Hohenpeißenbergon the map
KleinbirkachKleinbirkach is a village located in Upper Franconia, Bavaria, Germany, and is a part of the town of Ebrach. It is most well known for its proximity to the Dreifrankenstein. Its current population is 29. Show Kleinbirkachon the map
RöthleinRöthlein is a municipality in the district of Schweinfurt in Bavaria, Germany. The village is located south of Schweinfurt, close to the Main valley. The quarters are Röthlein, Heidenfeld and Hirschfeld. Show Röthleinon the map
PinzbergPinzberg is a municipality in the district of Forchheim in Bavaria in Germany. Pinzberg lies in the region Upper Franconia west. The following districts exist: Dobenreuth, Gosberg, Pinzberg, Elsenberg. Show Pinzbergon the map
GroßhabersdorfGroßhabersdorf is a municipality in the district of Fürth, Bavaria, Germany. As of 2006 it had a population of 4,271. Großhabersdorf is twinned with Swieciechowa in Poland and Aixe-sur-Vienne in France. Show Großhabersdorfon the map
BurgbernheimBurgbernheim is a town in the Neustadt (Aisch)-Bad Windsheim district, in Bavaria, Germany. It is situated 9 km (6 mi) southwest of Bad Windsheim, and 13 km (8 mi) northeast of Rothenburg ob der Tauber. Show Burgbernheimon the map
GroßostheimGroßostheim (or Grossostheim) is a market community in the Aschaffenburg district in the Regierungsbezirk of Lower Franconia (Unterfranken) in Bavaria, Germany. The inhabitants call themselves Aistmer. Show Großostheimon the map
HolenbrunnHolenbrunn is a village In the Fichtelgebirge mountains. It is part of the town Wunsiedel In the north-east of the German state Bavaria. It has approximately 1000 inhabitants and an area of 10. 09 km2. Show Holenbrunnon the map
StackendorfStackendorf 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. Show Stackendorfon the map
MemmingerbergMemmingerberg is a municipality in the district of Unterallgäu in Bavaria, Germany. The town is seat of a municipal association with Benningen, Holzgünz, Lachen, Bavaria, Trunkelsberg and Ungerhausen. Show Memmingerbergon the map
EppishausenEppishausen is a municipality in the district of Unterallgäu in Swabia in Bavaria, Germany. It has a municipal association with Kirchheim in Schwaben, where the place of administration is centralized. Show Eppishausenon the map
ErlachErlach 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. Show Erlachon the map
LehelLehel is a Munich U-Bahn station located centrally in the Lehel quarter of Munich. It is on the U4 and U5 lines between Odeonsplatz to the west and Max-Weber-Platz to the east, and is also served at ground level by tram line 18. Show Lehelon the map
Simbach am InnSimbach am Inn (English: Simbach on the Inn) is a town on the Inn in the Rottal-Inn district of Bavaria, Germany. The Austrian city Braunau am Inn lies on the opposite side of the river from Simbach. Show Simbach am Innon the map
ZollingZolling is a municipality in the Bavarian district of Freising.Associated villages are: Anglberg, Flitzing, Thann, Palzing, Oberappersdorf, and Appersdorf. Zolling lies 6 km to the north of Freising. Show Zollingon the map
WallenfelsWallenfels is a town in the district of Kronach, in Bavaria, Germany. It is situated in the Frankenwald, 11 km east of Kronach, and 32 km west of Hof. Twin town of Bingham, Nottinghamshire, England. Show Wallenfelson the map
UntererthalUntererthal is a ward of the Bavarian town of Hammelburg in the Lower Franconian district of Bad Kissingen. The German Army's Infantry School (Infanterieschule) is located in neighboring Hammelburg. Show Untererthalon the map
HeideckHeideck is a town with full legal town charter in the district of Roth, in Bavaria, Germany. It is situated in the Metropolitan Area of Nuremberg and at the same time in the Franconian Lake District Show Heideckon the map
FreystadtFreystadt is a town in the district of Neumarkt in Bavaria, Germany. It is situated near the Rhine-Main-Danube Canal, 14 km southwest of Neumarkt in der Oberpfalz, and 33 km southeast of Nuremberg. Show Freystadton the map
PeitingThe German ski mountaineer Martin Echtler was born in Peiting. Show Peitingon the map
GreilingGreiling is a municipality in the district of Bad in Bavaria in Germany. It is the home of a Ontario Hockey League star, who currently plays for the Sault Ste. Marie Greyhounds Show Greilingon the map
BobingenBobingen (Swabian: Boobenge) is a town in Bavaria, Germany. It lies on the rivers Wertach and Singold, on the edge of the Augsburg-Westliche Wälder Nature Park, in Augsburg District, some 13 km south Augsburg itself. Show Bobingenon the map
FreihausenFreihausen is a small village in the municipality of Seubersdorf in the German state of Bavaria. It is in the Upper Palatinate, in the Neumarkt district. It has a total population of 230 people. Show Freihausenon the map
WaldmünchenWaldmünchen is a town in the district of Cham, in Bavaria, Germany. It is situated near the border with the Czech Republic, 18 km (11 mi) north of Cham, and 18 km (11 mi) southwest of Domažlice. Show Waldmünchenon the map
WeldenWelden is a community in the Augsburg district of Bavaria, Germany, and is the seat of the commune of Welden. Since the local government reform in 1978 it comprises Welden, Reutern and Ehgatten. Show Weldenon the map
LangenzennLangenzenn is a town in the district of Fürth, in Bavaria, Germany. It is situated 15 km west of Fürth.The town lies on the river Zenn and has a population of 10.339 people (31. December 2012). Show Langenzennon the map
Neumarkt-Sankt VeitNeumarkt-Sankt Veit is a municipality in the district of Mühldorf, in Bavaria, Germany. It is located on the river Rott, 10 kilometers north of Mühldorf, and 33 kilometers southeast of Landshut. Show Neumarkt-Sankt Veiton the map
MeitingenMeitingen is a market town in the district of Augsburg, in Bavaria, Germany. It is situated on the left bank of the Lech, 20 km (12 mi) south of Donauwörth, and 21 km (13 mi) north of Augsburg. Show Meitingenon the map
WilhermsdorfWilhermsdorf is a municipality in the district of Fürth in Bavaria in Germany. As of 2006 it has a population of 5,073. It is twinned with Feld am See in Austria and Jahnsdorf, also in Germany. Show Wilhermsdorfon the map
SamerbergSamerberg is a municipality in the district of Rosenheim in Bavaria in Germany. It consists of 78 hamlets and localities, none of them bearing the name Samerberg itself, the seat is in Törwang. Show Samerbergon the map
BrennhausenBrennhausen (German: Burg Brennhausen) is a castle in the municipality of Sulzdorf a.d.Lederhecke in the district of Rhön-Grabfeld in Bavaria in Germany. It is located the Haßberge Nature Park. Show Brennhausenon the map
BreitenloheBreitenlohe is a part of the city Burghaslach, Bavaria, Germany. Breitenlohe has about 100 inhabitants and is part of the administrative district Landkreis Neustadt an der Aisch-Bad Windsheim. Show Breitenloheon the map
MonheimMonheim is a municipality in the Donau-Ries district, in Bavaria, Germany. It is situated 15 km northeast of Donauwörth, and 27 km east of Nördlingen. It lies in the Regierungsbezirk Schwaben. Show Monheimon the map
OttingOtting is a municipality in the district of Donau-Ries in Bavaria in Germany. The village is located between Augsburg and Nuremberg, about 5 km east of Wemding and about 6 km west of Monheim. Show Ottingon the map
RotteneggRottenegg 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. Show Rotteneggon the map
Schönau an der BrendSchönau an der Brend is a municipality with 1378 inhabitants in the district of Rhön-Grabfeld in northern Bavaria, Germany. It consists of two villages: Schönau an der Brend and Burgwallbach. Show Schönau an der Brendon the map
WaldbüttelbrunnWaldbüttelbrunn is a municipality in the district of Würzburg in Lower Franconia, Bavaria, Germany. It is located about 8 km (5.0 mi) west of Würzburg. The population is 5055 (December 2008). Show Waldbüttelbrunnon the map
ViechtachViechtach is a town in the district of Regen in Bavaria in Germany. It is situated on the river Schwarzer Regen, 31 km northeast of Straubing, and it is known for the quartz mountains nearby. Show Viechtachon the map
GinhartGinhart is a German hamlet (Weiler) of the municipality of Mengkofen, Dingolfing-Landau district, Lower Bavaria, Bavaria. As of the last census of population, 1987, it had a population of 28. Show Ginharton the map
GeretsriedGeretsried is a town in the district Bad located in Bavaria, Germany. The town is the most populated town in the district, with 23,219 inhabitants as of 31 December 2012. Show Geretsriedon the map
GefreesGefrees is a town in the district of Bayreuth, in Bavaria, Germany. It is situated in the Fichtelgebirge, 21 km northeast of Bayreuth. It was the site a of battle during the Napoleonic Wars. Show Gefreeson the map
WasserburgWasserburg am Bodensee is one of the three Bavarian municipalities on the shores of Lake Constance. It is a well known resort, sought out for the supposedly healthy nature of its atmosphere. Show Wasserburgon the map
SchwarzachSchwarzach is a municipality in the district of Straubing-Bogen in Bavaria, Germany. It is the seat of the municipal association Schwarzach. The town is an officially recognised Resort town. Show Schwarzachon the map
BiberbachBiberbach is a municipality in the northern part of the district of Augsburg in Bavaria in Germany. A famous baroque pilgrimage church (Holy Cross) is located on the hill above the village. Show Biberbachon the map
Garching bei MünchenGarching bei München or Garching is a city in Bavaria, Germany near Munich. It is the home of several research institutes and university departments. It became a city on 14 September 1990. Show Garching bei Münchenon the map
Bad KötztingBad Kötzting (Northern Bavarian: Bad Ketzing) (before 2005: Kötzting) is a town in the district of Cham, in Bavaria, Germany, near the Czech border. It is situated in the Bavarian Forest, 15 km (9.3 mi) southeast of Cham. Show Bad Kötztingon the map
LeupoldsgrünLeupoldsgrün is a municipality in Upper Franconia. It can be found in the district of Hof, which is part of Bavaria, Germany. 2014 the 26 years old Annika Popp (CSU) ran for chief of town. Show Leupoldsgrünon the map
KohlbergKohlberg is a municipality in the district of Neustadt (Waldnaab) in Bavaria in Germany. It is situated ca. 17 km southwest of Weiden in der Oberpfalz and ca. 10 km northeast of Hirschau. Show Kohlbergon the map
StörnsteinStörnstein is a municipality in the district of Neustadt (Waldnaab) in Bavaria in Germany. Störnstein was also the name of a former County in the Holy Roman Empire in the Bavarian Circle. Show Störnsteinon the map
TittingTitting is a municipality in the district of Eichstätt in Bavaria in Germany. It is home to Brauerei Gutmann, which was founded in 1707 and takes special pride in its \"Gutes Hefeweizen\". Show Tittingon the map
UffenheimUffenheim is a city in the Middle Franconian district of Neustadt (Aisch)-Bad Windsheim, in Bavaria, Germany. It is situated 14 km west of Bad Windsheim, and 36 km southeast of Würzburg. Show Uffenheimon the map
MischelbachMischelbach a district of Pleinfeld in Bavaria, in the governmental district Central Franconia and administrative district The village has about 400 inhabitants. Show Mischelbachon the map
PfaffenhausenPfaffenhausen is a municipality in the district of Unterallgäu in Bavaria, Germany. The town is seat of a municipal association with Breitenbrunn, Swabia, Oberrieden, Bavaria and Salgen. Show Pfaffenhausenon the map
DorfprozeltenDorfprozelten is a municipality in the Miltenberg district in the Regierungsbezirk of Lower Franconia (Unterfranken) in Bavaria, Germany. It is one of the oldest settlements on the Lower Main. Sandstone quarrying was a major industry once. The village has also long been known as the home of people involved in inland (river) navigation. Today, Dorfprozelten has a population of close to 1,800. Show Dorfprozeltenon the map
BurgkunstadtBurgkunstadt is a town in the district of Lichtenfels, in northern Bavaria, Germany. It is situated on the right bank of the Main, 15 km west of Kulmbach, and 24 km southeast of Coburg. Show Burgkunstadton the map
HerbstadtHerbstadt is a municipality in the district of Rhön-Grabfeld in Bavaria in Germany. It includes the following villages: Breitensee, Herbstadt, Ottelmannshausen and a hamlet: Dörfleshof. Show Herbstadton the map
SpeichersdorfSpeichersdorf is a municipality in the district of Bayreuth in Bavaria in Germany. It is situated near the Fichtelgebirge, 18 km eastern of Bayreuth. It has a population of about 6,200. Show Speichersdorfon the map
NeusäßNeusäß (Swabian: Neisäß) is a municipality in the district Augsburg, Bavaria, Germany. The town lies on the Schmutter river and borders the city of Augsburg. As of 2002, the city had 21,914 inhabitants. Show Neusäßon the map
RiedenburgRiedenburg is a town in the district of Kelheim, in Bavaria, Germany. It is situated on the river Altmühl, 16 km (10 mi) northwest of Kelheim and 29 km (18 mi) northeast of Ingolstadt. Show Riedenburgon the map
Seehausen am StaffelseeSeehausen am Staffelsee is a municipality in the district of in Bavaria, Germany. The main village, Seehausen, lies on the eastern shore of the Staffelsee lake. Show Seehausen am Staffelseeon the map
Oettingen in BayernOettingen in Bayern is a town in the Donau-Ries district, in Swabia, Bavaria, Germany. It is situated 29 km (18 mi) northwest of Donauwörth, and 14 km (8.7 mi) northeast of Nördlingen. Show Oettingen in Bayernon the map
Neustadt bei CoburgNeustadt bei Coburg (also written Neustadt b. Coburg) is a town in the district of Coburg in northern Bavaria, Germany. It is situated 15 km northeast of Coburg, as its name indicates. Show Neustadt bei Coburgon the map
BurgwindheimBurgwindheim is a community with market rights in the west of the Upper Franconian district of Bamberg and a member of the administrative community of Ebrach. Show Burgwindheimon the map
BeilngriesBeilngries (German pronunciation: is a town in the district of Eichstätt, in Bavaria, Germany. It is situated on the river Altmühl and the Rhine-Main-Danube Canal, 30 km north of Ingolstadt. Show Beilngrieson the map
FrauenauFrauenau is a municipality in the district of Regen, in Bavaria, Germany. It is known for its artificial lake, which is used as a water supply of the area around Deggendorf and Passau. Show Frauenauon the map
AmbergAmberg (German pronunciation: [ˈambɛrk] (13px listen)) is a town in Bavaria, Germany. It is located in the Upper Palatinate, roughly halfway between Regensburg and Bayreuth. In 2013, over 41,000 people lived in the town. Show Ambergon the map
AholmingAholming is a municipality in the district of Deggendorf, Germany. Near Aholming there is a Deutsche Telekom AG long wave transmitter for transmitting the programs of Deutschlandfunk. Show Aholmingon the map
SeßlachSeßlach is a town in the district of Coburg, in northern Bavaria, Germany. It is situated 12 km southwest of Coburg and has a population close to 4,000. Seßlach is notable for its largely intact medieval town wall and overall historic appearance with few modern structures. Show Seßlachon the map
VagenVagen is a large village (Pfarrdorf) in the district of Rosenheim, in Bavaria, Germany. It is 2 km west of Bruckmühl. Vagen is administratively in municipality. Show Vagenon the map
ThierhauptenThierhaupten is a market town in south-central Germany in the district of Augsburg (district) in the Swabia administrative region of Bavaria, and is located at the Lech river valley. Show Thierhauptenon the map
ThannhausenStadion-Thannhausen was a county located in and around Thannhausen in western Bavaria, Germany. Stadion-Thannhausen was a partition of Stadion, and was mediatised to Bavaria in 1806. Show Thannhausenon the map
NailaNaila is a town in the Frankenwald hills, in the Hof district of Bavaria. Naila is situated some 18 km from the larger city of Hof. It is situated on both banks of the Selbitz river. Show Nailaon the map
MindelheimMindelheim is a town in Swabia, Bavaria, Germany. The town is the capital of the Unterallgäu district. At various points in history it was the chief settlement of an eponymous state. Show Mindelheimon the map
AbenbergAbenberg () is a town in the Middle Franconian district of Roth, in Bavaria, Germany. It is situated 9 km west of Roth bei Nürnberg and 25 km southwest of Nuremberg. Show Abenbergon the map
AinringAinring is a municipality in the district of Berchtesgadener Land, Upper Bavaria, Germany, near the border to Austria. After World War II it was the site of a displaced persons camp. Show Ainringon the map
AldersbachAldersbach is a municipality in the district of Passau in Bavaria in Germany. The former Cistercian Aldersbach Abbey, of which the Baroque church remains, is located in the village. Show Aldersbachon the map
GeisenhausenGeisenhausen is a municipality with market town status in the district of Landshut, in Bavaria, Germany. It is situated 14 km southeast of Landshut in the valley of the Kleine Vils. Show Geisenhausenon the map
HirschaidHirschaid is a community with market rights in the Upper Franconian district of Bamberg and lies roughly twelve kilometres south of Bamberg on the Regnitz and the Main-Danube Canal. Show Hirschaidon the map
Stockstadt am MainStockstadt am Main (officially: Stockstadt a.Main) is a market community in the Aschaffenburg district in the Regierungsbezirk of Lower Franconia (Unterfranken) in Bavaria, Germany. The settlement was established by the Romans who built a fort here in the 1st century AD. Stockstadt has a population of around 7,800 . Show Stockstadt am Mainon the map
KirchlauterKirchlauter is a municipality in the Bavarian Administrative Region of Lower Franconia in the district of Haßberge in Germany. It is a part of the Verwaltungsgemeinde of Ebelsbach. Show Kirchlauteron the map
ThiersheimThiersheim is a municipality in the district of Wunsiedel in Bavaria in Germany. Grafenreuth, now a part of Thiersheim, was the seat of the noble family Gravenreuth for centuries. Show Thiersheimon the map
WeitnauWeitnau is a municipality in the rural district Oberallgäu in Bavaria/Germany. Together with the neighboring municipality of Missen-Wilhams, Weitnau shares an administrative unit. Show Weitnauon the map
GrafenrheinfeldGrafenrheinfeld is a municipality in the district of Schweinfurt in Bavaria, Germany. The municipality is home to the nuclear power station, Grafenrheinfeld, which opened in 1982. Show Grafenrheinfeldon the map
GroßwalburGroßwalbur is a village in the municipality Meeder, district of Coburg, northern Bavaria, Germany. It is situated 16 km southeast of Hildburghausen, and 14 km northwest of Coburg. Show Großwalburon the map
FeldollingFeldolling is a village in the municipality in the district of Rosenheim, in Bavaria, Germany. It is 22 km west of Rosenheim and about 45 km south of Munich. Show Feldollingon the map
ZeegendorfZeegendorf is a small village located in Bavaria, Germany. It is in Oberfranken (Upper Franconia), in the Bamberg district. Zeegendorf is a constituent community of Strullendorf. Show Zeegendorfon the map
KönigsbrunnKönigsbrunn (Swabian: Kenigsbrunn) is a municipality and the largest town in the district of Augsburg, in Bavaria, Germany. It is situated on the left bank of the Lech, approx. 10 km south of Augsburg. Show Königsbrunnon the map
HöchheimHöchheim is a municipality in the district of Rhön-Grabfeld in Bavaria in Germany. Höchheim consists of the following villages: Gollmuthhausen, Höchheim, Irmelshausen, Rothausen. Show Höchheimon the map
Neunburg vorm WaldNeunburg vorm Wald is a municipality in the district of Schwandorf, in Bavaria, Germany. It is situated 21 km east of Schwandorf on the river Schwarzach, a tributary of the Naab. Show Neunburg vorm Waldon the map
LangenprozeltenLangenprozelten is an outlying centre (Stadtteil) of Gemünden am Main in the Main-Spessart district, in Bavaria, Germany. It lies on the river Main, 40 km northwest of Würzburg. Show Langenprozeltenon the map
StadelhofenStadelhofen is a community in the Upper Franconian (German: Oberfranken) district of Bamberg and a member of the administrative community of Steinfeld. Show Stadelhofenon the map
Sulzbach am MainSulzbach am Main (officially Sulzbach a.Main) is a market municipality in the Miltenberg district in the Regierungsbezirk of Lower Franconia (Unterfranken) in Bavaria, Germany. Show Sulzbach am Mainon the map
TaufkirchenTaufkirchen is a municipality in the district of Erding in Bavaria in Germany. Taufkirchen is the location of the Wasserschloss Taufkirchen, a moated castle over 700 years old. Show Taufkirchenon the map
VilsbiburgVilsbiburg (German pronunciation: is a town on the river Große Vils, 18 km southeast of Landshut, in the district of Landshut, in Bavaria, Germany. Vilsbiburg has 11,000 inhabitants. Show Vilsbiburgon the map
IlmmünsterIlmmünster is a municipality in the district of Pfaffenhofen in Bavaria in Germany. It is not quite known by many, but it has many interesting places to visit based on history. Show Ilmmünsteron the map
KrumbachKrumbach (also: Krumbach (Schwaben)) is a town with about 12,500 residents in the district Günzburg in Swabia, Bavaria, Germany. It is the second biggest town in the district. Show Krumbachon the map
RöttingenRöttingen is a town in the district of Würzburg, in Bavaria, Germany. It is situated 30 kilometres (19 mi) south of Würzburg, and 15 kilometres (9 mi) east of Bad Mergentheim. Show Röttingenon the map
ElfershausenElfershausen is a municipality in the district of Bad Kissingen in Bavaria in Germany. Elfershausen is a market town (Markt) or municipality that includes the following towns: \n* Elfershausen \n* Engenthal \n* Langendorf \n* Machtilshausen \n* Trimberg Show Elfershausenon the map
BurgebrachBurgebrach (German pronunciation: [ˈbʊʁk ˈeːbʁax]) is a market town in the Upper Franconian district of Bamberg and the seat of the administrative community of Burgebrach. Show Burgebrachon the map
PfreimdPfreimd is a town in the district of Schwandorf, in Bavaria, Germany. It is situated on the river Naab, 19 km north of Schwandorf, and 20 km south of Weiden in der Oberpfalz. Show Pfreimdon the map
VeldenVelden is a town in the district Nürnberger Land, in Bavaria, Germany. It is situated on the Pegnitz River, 16 km south of Pegnitz, and 36 km northeast of Nuremberg (centre). Show Veldenon the map
Kirchheim bei MünchenKirchheim bei München is a municipality in the district of Munich, in Bavaria, Germany. It is located 14 km east of Munich (centre). As of 2006 it has a population of 12,205. Show Kirchheim bei Münchenon the map
MünchbergMünchberg is a small town in Upper Franconia (Bavaria), Germany. It is sometimes referred to as the Textile Town of Bavaria. Its sister city is Jefferson City, Missouri, United States. Show Münchbergon the map
OberreuteOberreute is a municipality in the district of Lindau in Bavaria in Germany and member of the municipal association of Stiefenhofen. It is an acknowledged air health resort. Show Oberreuteon the map
NittendorfNittendorf is a municipality in the district of Regensburg in Bavaria in Germany. Loch Castle, a rare example of a Bavarian cave castle, is located within the municipality. Show Nittendorfon the map
WeibersbrunnWeibersbrunn is a community with a population of close to 2,000 in the Aschaffenburg district in the Regierungsbezirk of Lower Franconia (Unterfranken) in Bavaria, Germany. Show Weibersbrunnon the map
CadolzburgCadolzburg is a municipality in the district of Fürth, in Bavaria, Germany. It is situated 11 km (6.8 mi) west of Fürth. In the year 2007 Cadolzburg celebrated its 850th anniversary. Show Cadolzburgon the map
DirlewangDirlewang is a municipality in the district of Unterallgäu in Bavaria, Germany. The town is seat of a municipal association with Apfeltrach, Stetten, Bavaria and Unteregg. Show Dirlewangon the map
Karlstein am MainKarlstein am Main (officially Karlstein a.Main) is a municipality in the Aschaffenburg district in the Regierungsbezirk of Lower Franconia (Unterfranken) in Bavaria, Germany. Show Karlstein am Mainon the map
GrettstadtGrettstadt is a municipality in the district of Schweinfurt in Bavaria, Germany. It consists of the following villages: Dürrfeld, Grettstadt, Obereuerheim, Untereuerheim. Show Grettstadton the map
PleysteinPleystein is a municipality in the district of Neustadt (Waldnaab), in Bavaria, Germany. It is situated 18 km east of Weiden in der Oberpfalz, and 11 km west of Rozvadov. Show Pleysteinon the map
MarktleuthenMarktleuthen is a municipality in the district of Wunsiedel, in Bavaria, Germany. It is situated on the river Eger, 10 km north of Wunsiedel and 11 km southwest of Selb. Show Marktleuthenon the map
KastlKastl is a municipality in the district of Amberg-Sulzbach in Bavaria in Germany.A gem of the village is Kastl Abbey, one of the most beautiful monasteries in the area. Show Kastlon the map
SchillingsfürstSchillingsfürst is a municipality in the district of Ansbach, in Bavaria, Germany. It is situated 12 km southeast of Rothenburg ob der Tauber, and 23 km west of Ansbach. Show Schillingsfürston the map
EuerbachEuerbach is a municipality in the district of Schweinfurt in Bavaria, Germany. Its motto is \"Faszination Kultur und Natur\", meaning, \"Fascination of culture and nature.\" Show Euerbachon the map
EmskirchenEmskirchen is a municipality in the district of Neustadt (Aisch)-Bad Windsheim in Bavaria in Germany. Show Emskirchenon the map
StockdorfStockdorf is the largest district in the municipality of Gauting in the District of Starnberg in upper Bavaria, Germany and is inhabited by approximately 4,000 citizens. Show Stockdorfon the map
ScheyernScheyern is a municipality in the district of Pfaffenhofen in Bavaria in Germany. The Scheyern Abbey is located in Scheyern. The House of Wittelsbach derives from here. Show Scheyernon the map
SpaltSpalt is a town in the district of Roth, in Bavaria, Germany. It is situated 19 km southwest of Schwabach. The city of Spalt is famous for its growing of hops for beer. Show Spalton the map
SchnaittenbachSchnaittenbach is a town in the Amberg-Sulzbach district, in Bavaria, Germany. It is situated 16 km northeast of Amberg. The town is twinned with Buchberg, Switzerland. Show Schnaittenbachon the map
Neuburg an der DonauNeuburg an der Donau, literally Newcastle on the river Danube, is a town which is the capital of the district in the state of Bavaria in Germany. Show Neuburg an der Donauon the map
Nordheim vor der RhönNordheim vor der Rhön is a municipality in the district of Rhön-Grabfeld in Bavaria in Germany. It is located in the upper Streu valley, between Ostheim and Fladungen. Show Nordheim vor der Rhönon the map
ZusamaltheimZusamaltheim is a municipality in the district of Dillingen in Bavaria in Germany. The town is a member of the municipal association Wertingen. The local sports club - Show Zusamaltheimon the map
Schönau am KönigsseeSchönau am Königsee (Central Bavarian: Scheenau am Kenigssää) is a municipality in the district of Berchtesgadener Land in the German state of Bavaria. It is located at the northern end of the Königssee lake. Show Schönau am Königsseeon the map
EbrachEbrach is a community with market rights in the Upper Franconian district of Bamberg and the seat of the (municipal association) of Ebrach. Show Ebrachon the map
HappurgHappurg is a municipality in the district of Nürnberger Land in Bavaria in Germany. During World War II, a subcamp of Flossenbürg concentration camp was located here. Show Happurgon the map
WattendorfWattendorf is the smallest community in the Upper Franconian district of Bamberg and a member of the administrative community of Steinfeld. Show Wattendorfon the map
KirchenlamitzKirchenlamitz is a town in the district of Wunsiedel, in Bavaria, Germany. It is situated in the Fichtelgebirge, 13 km northwest of Wunsiedel and 19 km south of Hof. Show Kirchenlamitzon the map
MainburgMainburg is a town in the district of Kelheim, in Bavaria, Germany. It is situated on the river Abens, 30 km northwest of Landshut and 30 km southeast of Ingolstadt. Show Mainburgon the map
Obernburg am MainObernburg am Main (officially Obernburg a.Main) is a town in the Miltenberg district in the Regierungsbezirk of Lower Franconia (Unterfranken) in Bavaria, Germany. Show Obernburg am Mainon the map
Pfaffenhofen an der RothPfaffenhofen an der Roth is a municipality in the district of Neu-Ulm in Bavaria in Germany. Its most famous son is Hermann Köhl, an aviation pioneer of the 1920s. Show Pfaffenhofen an der Rothon the map
HerrngiersdorfHerrngiersdorf is a municipality in the district of Kelheim in Bavaria in Germany.The village is dominated by the large, square Schloss Herrngiersdorf, a brewery. Show Herrngiersdorfon the map
AbsbergAbsberg is a municipality in the district, in Bavaria, Germany. The Absberg family was named by this place and had their home castle there. Show Absbergon the map
GerhardshofenGerhardshofen is a municipality in the district of Neustadt (Aisch)-Bad Windsheim in the administrative region of Middle Franconia in northern Bavaria in Germany. Show Gerhardshofenon the map
Bad BrückenauBad Brückenau () is a spa town in Bad Kissingen district in northern Bavaria. It is situated in the Rhön Mountains, 30 kilometers south of Fulda. Show Bad Brückenauon the map
MitterteichMitterteich (Northern Bavarian: Miederdeich) is a municipality in the district of Tirschenreuth, in Bavaria, Germany. It is situated 10 km northwest of Tirschenreuth, and 17 km southwest of Cheb. Show Mitterteichon the map
TeublitzTeublitz is a town in the district of Schwandorf, in Bavaria, Germany. It is situated on the river Naab, 12 km south of Schwandorf, and 23 km north of Regensburg. Show Teublitzon the map
UnterföhringUnterföhring is a municipality in Upper Bavaria. It lies adjacent to the northeast side of Munich, and is one of the nearest suburbs to Munich's central district. Show Unterföhringon the map
VelburgVelburg is a town in the district of Neumarkt in Bavaria, Germany. It is situated 17 km southeast of Neumarkt in der Oberpfalz, and 39 km northwest of Regensburg. Show Velburgon the map
UnterschleißheimUnterschleißheim is a town in Bavaria, Germany. It is located about 17 km north of the city limits of Munich, and has a population of 28,697 (December 31, 2015). Show Unterschleißheimon the map
SchopflochSchopfloch is a municipality in the district of Ansbach in Bavaria in Germany. It is best known as the home of Lachoudisch, a rare Hebrew-infused German dialect. Show Schopflochon the map
SimbachMarkt Simbach is a municipality in the district of Dingolfing-Landau, Bavaria, Germany. As of 2002, it had a population of around 3,800 and an area of 51.24 km². Show Simbachon the map
Kahl am MainKahl am Main (officially Kahl a.Main) is a community in the Aschaffenburg district in the Regierungsbezirk of Lower Franconia (Unterfranken) in Bavaria, Germany. Show Kahl am Mainon the map
WaldershofWaldershof is a town in the district of Tirschenreuth, in Bavaria, Germany. It is situated 22 km northwest of Tirschenreuth, and 3 km southwest of Marktredwitz. Show Waldershofon the map
FürstenzellFürstenzell is a municipality in the district of Passau in Bavaria in Germany. Fürstenzell is the birthplace of former Bayern Munich defender Klaus Augenthaler. Show Fürstenzellon the map
AdelsbergAdelsberg is an outlying centre (Stadtteil) of Gemünden am Main in the Main-Spessart district, in Bavaria, Germany. It lies roughly 40 km northwest of Würzburg. Show Adelsbergon the map
AschheimAschheim is a municipality in the district of Munich in Bavaria in Germany. Aschheim is the location of BMW's test track which the manufacturer opened in 1972. Show Aschheimon the map
RepperndorfRepperndorf is a village in the rural district of Kitzingen, Regierungsbezirk Lower Franconia, Bavaria, Germany. Since 1977 it's part of the town of Kitzingen. Show Repperndorfon the map
KaufbeurenKaufbeuren (German pronunciation: is an independent town in the Regierungsbezirk of Swabia, Bavaria. The town is completely enclaved within the district of Ostallgäu. Show Kaufbeurenon the map
KauferingKaufering is a municipality in the district of Landsberg in Bavaria in Germany. During World War II, a subcamp of Dachau concentration camp was located there. Show Kauferingon the map
KonzenbergKonzenberg (498m above sea level) is located in Bavaria in Germany. It is a small village eastern in the valley of the river Mindel, which ends in the Danube. Show Konzenbergon the map
TyrlachingTyrlaching is a municipality in the district of Altötting in Bavaria, Germany. It is part of the municipal association Kirchweidach. Show Tyrlachingon the map
TeuschnitzTeuschnitz is a town in the district of Kronach, in Bavaria, Germany. It is situated in the Frankenwald, 19 km north of Kronach, and 15 km east of Sonneberg. Show Teuschnitzon the map
WolfratshausenWolfratshausen is a town of the district of Bad located in Bavaria, Germany. The town had a population of 18,122 as of 31 December 2014. Show Wolfratshausenon the map
UehlfeldUehlfeld is a municipality in the district of Neustadt (Aisch)-Bad Windsheim in the administrative region of Middle Franconia in northern Bavaria in Germany. Show Uehlfeldon the map
RöhrmoosRöhrmoos is a municipality in the district of Dachau in Bavaria in Germany. It is located ca. 25 km northwest of München. Röhrmoos has 14 lots (Gemarkungen): Show Röhrmooson the map
GroßheubachGroßheubach (or Grossheubach) is a market community in the Miltenberg district in the Regierungsbezirk of Lower Franconia (Unterfranken) in Bavaria, Germany. Show Großheubachon the map
HohenfeldHohenfeld is a village in the rural district of Kitzingen, in the Regierungsbezirk of Lower Franconia, Bavaria, Germany. It is part of the town of Kitzingen. Show Hohenfeldon the map
HaunsheimHaunsheim is a municipality in the district of Dillingen in Bavaria in Germany. The town is a member of the municipal association Gundelfingen an der Donau. Show Haunsheimon the map
GeiselhöringGeiselhöring is a town in the Straubing-Bogen district, in Bavaria, Germany. It is situated 14 km southwest of Straubing, and 30 km southeast of Regensburg. Show Geiselhöringon the map
Bächingen an der BrenzBächingen is a municipality in the district of Dillingen in Bavaria in Germany. The town is a member of the municipal association Gundelfingen an der Donau. Show Bächingen an der Brenzon the map
MedlingenMedlingen is a municipality in the district of Dillingen in Bavaria in Germany. The town is a member of the municipal association Gundelfingen an der Donau. Show Medlingenon the map
PappenheimPappenheim is a town in the district, in Bavaria, Germany. It is situated on the river Altmühl, 11 km south of Weißenburg in Bayern. Show Pappenheimon the map
RohrRohr is a small village in the municipality Rohrbach in the district Pfaffenhofen in Upper Bavaria in Bavaria, Germany and had a population of 160 in 2007. Show Rohron the map
SaldenburgSaldenburg is a municipality in the district of Freyung-Grafenau in Bavaria in Germany. The municipality comprises the following 30 villages and locations: Show Saldenburgon the map
SpielwangSpielwang is a small village within the municipality of Vachendorf in the district of Traunstein in Bavaria, Germany. It is not far away from the Chiemsee. Show Spielwangon the map
StegaurachStegaurach is a community in the Upper Franconian district of Bamberg and the seat of the administrative community of Stegaurach. Show Stegaurachon the map
WeismainWeismain is a town in the district of Lichtenfels, in northern Bavaria, Germany. It is situated 15 km west of Kulmbach, and 15 km southeast of Lichtenfels. Show Weismainon the map
Wörth am MainWörth am Main (officially Wörth a.Main) is a town in the Miltenberg district in the Regierungsbezirk of Lower Franconia (Unterfranken) in Bavaria, Germany. It has a population of around 4,700. Show Wörth am Mainon the map
Rottenburg an der LaaberRottenburg an der Laaber is a town in the district of Landshut, in Bavaria, Germany. It is situated on the river Große Laber, 21 km northwest of Landshut. Show Rottenburg an der Laaberon the map
GroßwallstadtGroßwallstadt (or Grosswallstadt) is a community in the Miltenberg district in the Regierungsbezirk of Lower Franconia (Unterfranken) in Bavaria, Germany. Show Großwallstadton the map
DollnsteinDollnstein is a municipality in the district of Eichstätt in Bavaria in Germany. The Name Dollnstein has its origins in Middle High German \"Tollunstein\". Show Dollnsteinon the map
PriesendorfPriesendorf is a community in the Upper Franconian district of Bamberg and a member of the administrative community of Lisberg. Show Priesendorfon the map
RaitenbuchRaitenburg is a town/village in the municipality of Lenzkirch. Raitenbuch is a municipality in the district, in Bavaria, Germany. Show Raitenbuchon the map
Wörth an der DonauWörth an der Donau is a town in the district of Regensburg, in Bavaria, Germany. It is situated on the left bank of the Danube, 22 km east of Regensburg. Show Wörth an der Donauon the map
OberasbachOberasbach is a municipality in the district of Fürth, in Bavaria, Germany. It is situated 6 km southwest of Fürth, and 10 km west of Nuremberg (centre). Show Oberasbachon the map
NersingenNersingen is a municipality in the District of Neu-Ulm in Bavaria, Germany. The neighbours are Neu-Ulm, Elchingen, Bibertal and Pfaffenhofen an der Roth. Show Nersingenon the map
LutzingenLutzingen is a municipality in the district of Dillingen in Bavaria in Germany. The town is a member of the municipal association Höchstädt an der Donau. Show Lutzingenon the map
KiefersfeldenKiefersfelden is a municipality with about 7000 inhabitants located in the district of Rosenheim in Bavaria in Germany on the border with Tyrol, Austria. Show Kiefersfeldenon the map
PentlingPentling is a municipality in the Regensburg district of Bavaria in Germany. Pope Benedict XVI has lived there since 1969; he still has his house there. Show Pentlingon the map
RödelseeRödelsee is a municipality in the district of Kitzingen, Lower Franconia, Bavaria, Germany. It's placed near the Schwanberg and famous for growing wine. Show Rödelseeon the map
FrontenhausenFrontenhausen is a municipality in the district of Dingolfing-Landau in Bavaria in Germany. Frontenhausen is the location for filming of Dampfnudelblues Show Frontenhausenon the map
SchwarzenfeldSchwarzenfeld is a municipality in the district of Schwandorf in Bavaria, Germany. The melodic death metal band Deadlock is based in this municipality. Show Schwarzenfeldon the map
TirschenreuthTirschenreuth is the capital city of the district of Tirschenreuth. It is located in the northeast of Bavaria, very close to the Czech-Bavarian border. Show Tirschenreuthon the map
UrsbergUrsberg is a municipality in the district of Günzburg in Bavaria in Germany. Nearby is Ursberg Abbey, a former Imperial Abbey of the Holy Roman Empire. Show Ursbergon the map
ReichmannshausenReichmannshausen in Unterfranken is a little village in the municipality of Schonungen, in Schweinfurt district, Bavaria. It has about 491 inhabitants. Show Reichmannshausenon the map
MantelMantel is a municipality in the district of Neustadt in Bavaria in Germany. Mantel offers several different activities especially during summer months; \n* Mantel is surrounded by several lakes. Swimming and fishing are the most common outdoor activities here but hiking and camping are not uncommon. \n* There are several trail to walk or ride bicycles on around and in the city. \n* There is a mini golf course on the eastern side of the city toward Weiden. \n* There are several bars and places to sit down and enjoy a drink and food. Show Mantelon the map
LitzendorfLitzendorf is a community in the Upper Franconian district of Bamberg. Owing to administrative reform it has been a unified community since 1 May 1978. Show Litzendorfon the map
PockingPocking is a town in the district of Passau, in Lower Bavaria, Germany. It is situated about 30 km south-west of Passau, close to the Austrian border. Show Pockingon the map
ErgoldingErgolding is a municipality in the district of Landshut, in Bavaria, Germany. It is situated on the left bank of the Isar, 5 km northeast of Landshut. Show Ergoldingon the map
HilpoltsteinHilpoltstein is a town in the district of Roth, in Bavaria, Germany. It is situated 10 km southeast of Roth bei Nürnberg and 30 km south of Nuremberg, close to the lake 'Rothsee. Show Hilpoltsteinon the map
EbermannstadtEbermannstadt is a town in the district of Forchheim, in Bavaria, Germany. It is situated 10 km northeast of Forchheim and 25 km southeast of Bamberg. Show Ebermannstadton the map
Bischofsheim an der RhönBischofsheim an der Rhön is a town in the district Rhön-Grabfeld, in Bavaria, Germany. It is situated in the Rhön Mountains, 29 km southeast of Fulda. Show Bischofsheim an der Rhönon the map
Burgkirchen an der AlzBurgkirchen an der Alz is a municipality in the district of Altötting, in Bavaria, Germany. It is situated on the river Alz, 8 km west of Burghausen. Show Burgkirchen an der Alzon the map
EußenheimEußenheim (or Eussenheim) is a community in the Main-Spessart district in the Regierungsbezirk of Lower Franconia (Unterfranken) in Bavaria, Germany. Show Eußenheimon the map
Egg an der GünzEgg an der Günz is a municipality in the district of Unterallgäu in Bavaria, Germany. The town has a municipal association with Babenhausen, Bavaria. Show Egg an der Günzon the map
GrassauGrassau is a market town in the district of Traunstein in Bavaria in Germany. It is located south of lake Chiemsee in the valley of the Tiroler Ache. Show Grassauon the map
AidhausenAidhausen is a municipality in the district of Haßberge in Bavaria in Germany, it is a member of the Hofheim in Unterfranken. Show Aidhausenon the map
WeisendorfWeisendorf is a municipality in the district of in Bavaria, Germany. It belongs to the administrative region of Middle Franconia. Show Weisendorfon the map
RaublingRaubling is a municipality in the district of Rosenheim, in Bavaria, Germany. It is situated on the western bank of the Inn, 7 km south of Rosenheim. Show Raublingon the map
PählPähl am Ammersee is a municipality in the Weilheim-Schongau district, in Bavaria, Germany. It is on the lake of Ammersee to the southwest of Munich. Show Pählon the map
MainleusMainleus is a municipality in the district of Kulmbach in Bavaria in Germany, the site of a post World War II American sector displaced person camp. Show Mainleuson the map
Weidhausen bei CoburgWeidhausen bei Coburg (officially: Weidhausen b. Coburg) is a municipality in the southeastern portion of the Coburg district of Bavaria in Germany. Show Weidhausen bei Coburgon the map
Bad StebenBad Steben is a market town in the district of Hof in Bavaria in Germany. In 2007 Bad Steben celebrated its 175th anniversary as Bavarian State Spa. Show Bad Stebenon the map
AulzhausenAulzhausen is a village in the municipality Affing near Augsburg (8 km) in the district of Aichach-Friedberg, in Swabia - Bavaria, southern Germany. Show Aulzhausenon the map
BetzensteinBetzenstein is a town in the district of Bayreuth, in Bavaria, Germany. It is situated in the Franconian Switzerland, 35 km northeast of Nuremberg. Show Betzensteinon the map
FriesenriedFriesenried is a municipality in the district of Ostallgäu in Bavaria in Germany. Friesenried is twinned with the town of North Walsham in Norfolk. Show Friesenriedon the map
ZirndorfZirndorf is a town, which is part of the district of Fürth. It is located in northern Bavaria, Germany in the Regierungsbezirk of Middle Franconia. Show Zirndorfon the map
KettershausenKettershausen is a municipality in the district of Unterallgäu in Bavaria, Germany. The town has a municipal association with Babenhausen, Bavaria. Show Kettershausenon the map
KirchhaslachKirchhaslach is a municipality in the district of Unterallgäu in Bavaria, Germany. The town has a municipal association with Babenhausen, Bavaria. Show Kirchhaslachon the map
OberschöneggOberschönegg is a municipality in the district of Unterallgäu in Bavaria, Germany. The town has a municipal association with Babenhausen, Bavaria. Show Oberschöneggon the map
WinterriedenWinterrieden is a municipality in the district of Unterallgäu in Bavaria, Germany. The town has a municipal association with Babenhausen, Bavaria. Show Winterriedenon the map
TodtenweisTodtenweis is a municipality in the district of Aichach-Friedberg in Bavaria in Germany. Todtenweis is just east of the lake Aindlinger Baggersee. Show Todtenweison the map
GredingGreding is a town in the district of Roth, in Bavaria, Germany. It is situated 28 km southeast of Roth bei Nürnberg and 32 km north of Ingolstadt. Show Gredingon the map
FröttmaningFröttmaning is an U-Bahn station in Munich on the U6 line of the Munich U-Bahn system. It serves the Allianz Arena and was opened on 30 June 1994. Show Fröttmaningon the map
BischofsmaisBischofsmais is a municipality in the district of Regen, in Bavaria, Germany. It is well known for winter sports, especially cross-country skiing. Show Bischofsmaison the map
Höhenkirchen-Siegertsbrunn is a municipality in Upper Bavaria, situated south of Munich. It is the municipality with the longest name in Germany. Show Höhenkirchen-Siegertsbrunnon the map
SugenheimSugenheim is a municipality in the district of Neustadt (Aisch)-Bad Windsheim in Bavaria in Germany.The municipality consists of eleven villages: Show Sugenheimon the map
SchönthalSchönthal is a municipality in the district of Cham in Bavaria in Germany. It was formerly the location of Schönthal Priory, secularised in 1802. Show Schönthalon the map
Vohburg an der DonauVohburg is a town in the district of Pfaffenhofen, in Bavaria, Germany. It is situated on the right bank of the Danube, 14 km east of Ingolstadt. Show Vohburg an der Donauon the map
WindischeschenbachWindischeschenbach is a town in the district of Neustadt (Waldnaab), in Bavaria, Germany. It is situated 14 km north of Weiden in der Oberpfalz. Show Windischeschenbachon the map
Schwarzach bei NabburgSchwarzach bei Nabburg is a municipality in the district of Schwandorf in Bavaria, Germany. The municipal is divided in 15 smaller settlements.: Show Schwarzach bei Nabburgon the map
NiederwinklingNiederwinkling is a municipality in the district of Straubing-Bogen in Bavaria, Germany. It is a member of the municipal association Schwarzach. Show Niederwinklingon the map
Aschau am InnAschau is a municipality in the district of Mühldorf in Bavaria in Germany. Pope Benedict XVI lived in Aschau with his family from 1932 to 1937. Show Aschau am Innon the map
KirchendemenreuthKirchendemenreuth is a municipality in the district of Neustadt (Waldnaab) in Bavaria in Germany. It includes the village (Dorf) of Steinreuth. Show Kirchendemenreuthon the map
MariaposchingMariaposching is a municipality in the district of Straubing-Bogen in Bavaria, Germany. It is a member of the municipal association Schwarzach. Show Mariaposchingon the map
Schwandorf in BayernThe town of Schwandorf is the seat of the district of Schwandorf in the Upper Palatinate, Bavaria in Germany. It is situated on the river Naab. Show Schwandorf in Bayernon the map
Schwarzenbach am WaldSchwarzenbach am Wald is a town in the district of Hof, in Bavaria, Germany. It is situated 21 km west of Hof, and 23 km northeast of Kulmbach. Show Schwarzenbach am Waldon the map
WaischenfeldWaischenfeld is a town in the district of Bayreuth, in Bavaria, Germany. It is situated in Franconian Switzerland, 20 km southwest of Bayreuth. Show Waischenfeldon the map
RegenstaufRegenstauf is a municipality in the district of Regensburg, in Bavaria, Germany. It is situated on the river Regen, 12 km north of Regensburg. Show Regenstaufon the map
RöthenbachRöthenbach (Allgäu) is a municipality in the administrative region of Swabia Lindau district and seat of the municipal association Röthenbach. Show Röthenbachon the map
LappersdorfLappersdorf is a municipality in the district of Regensburg, in Bavaria, Germany. It is situated on the river Regen, 4 km north of Regensburg. Show Lappersdorfon the map
MitterfelsMitterfels is a municipality in the district of Straubing-Bogen in Bavaria, Germany. It is the head of the Mitterfels. Show Mitterfelson the map
OberstaufenOberstaufen is a municipality in the district of Oberallgäu in Bavarian Swabia, Germany, situated on the B 308 road from Lindau to Immenstadt. Show Oberstaufenon the map
AltusriedAltusried is a municipality in the district of Oberallgäu in Bavaria in Germany. It is host to the open-air theatre Freilichtspiele Altusried. Show Altusriedon the map
GroßhaslachGroßhaslach is a village and a former municipality in the municipality of Petersaurach, in the district of Ansbach, Middle Franconia, Germany. Show Großhaslachon the map
GundremmingenGundremmingen is a municipality in the district of Günzburg in Bavaria in Germany. It is well known for the Gundremmingen Nuclear Power Plant. Show Gundremmingenon the map
FeldafingFeldafing is a municipality in Starnberg district, Bavaria, Germany, and is located on the west shore of Lake Starnberg, southwest of Munich. Show Feldafingon the map
ReichertshausenReichertshausen is a municipality in the district of Pfaffenhofen in Bavaria in Germany and is near the A9 and between Munich and Ingolstadt. Show Reichertshausenon the map
MaidbronnMaidbronn is a village in Bavaria, Germany, located about 7 kilometres (4.3 mi) northeast of Würzburg. It is part of the municipality Rimpar. Show Maidbronnon the map
KupferbergKupferberg is a municipality in the district of Kulmbach, in Bavaria, Germany. It is situated in the Frankenwald, 9 km northeast of Kulmbach. Show Kupferbergon the map
KarlskronKarlskron is a municipality in the district of in Bavaria in Germany. It is located within the Old Bavarian Donaumoos. Show Karlskronon the map
PeißenbergThe aeroclub flying at Paterzell airfield is rather successful in glider aerobatics: 2006 German National Champion Markus Feyerabend and Hans-Georg Resch are members of the German national glider aerobatics team. Show Peißenbergon the map
SchneebergSchneeberg is a market municipality in the Miltenberg district in the Regierungsbezirk of Lower Franconia (Unterfranken) in Bavaria, Germany. Show Schneebergon the map
TullingTulling is a village with about 500 inhabitants to the east of the bavarian capital Munich in the district (German \"Landkreis\") of Ebersberg. Show Tullingon the map
WindsbachWindsbach is a town in the district of Ansbach, in Bavaria, Germany. It is situated 20 km east of Ansbach, and 29 km southwest of Nuremberg. Show Windsbachon the map
ZapfendorfZapfendorf is a community with market rights in the Upper Franconian district of Bamberg in Bavaria, Germany with roughly 5,000 inhabitants. Show Zapfendorfon the map
LeutershausenLeutershausen is a municipality in the district of Ansbach, in Bavaria, Germany. It is situated on the river Altmühl, 12 km west of Ansbach. Show Leutershausenon the map
MödingenMödingen is a municipality in the district of Dillingen in Bavaria in Germany. The municipality includes the villages Bergheim and Mödingen. Show Mödingenon the map
GoldkronachGoldkronach is a town in the district of Bayreuth, in Bavaria, Germany. It is situated near the Fichtelgebirge, 12 km northeast of Bayreuth. Show Goldkronachon the map
GaustadtGaustadt is a district of Bamberg, Upper Franconia in Germany. In Gaustadt there is a brewery called Brauerei Kaiserdom (Brewery Kaiserdom). Show Gaustadton the map
BurgauBurgau is a town in the district of Günzburg in Swabia, Bavaria. Burgau lies on the river Mindel, and has a population of just under 10,000. Show Burgauon the map
BruckmühlBruckmühl is a market town in the district of Rosenheim, in Bavaria, Germany. It is situated on the river Mangfall, 16 km west of Rosenheim. Show Bruckmühlon the map
BuchbrunnBuchbrunn is a municipality in the district of Kitzingen, Lower Franconia, Bavaria, Germany. It's placed in the Bayrische Planungsregion 2. Show Buchbrunnon the map
HeimertingenHeimertingen is a municipality in the district of Unterallgäu in Bavaria, Germany. The town has a municipal association with Boos, Bavaria. Show Heimertingenon the map
GoldbachGoldbach is a market community in the Aschaffenburg district in the Regierungsbezirk of Lower Franconia (Unterfranken) in Bavaria, Germany. Show Goldbachon the map
NiederriedenNiederrieden is a municipality in the district of Unterallgäu in Bavaria, Germany. The town has a municipal association with Boos, Bavaria. Show Niederriedenon the map
PerasdorfPerasdorf is a municipality in the district of Straubing-Bogen in Bavaria, Germany. It is a member of the municipal association Schwarzach. Show Perasdorfon the map
OlchingOlching is a city in the district of Fürstenfeldbruck, in Bavaria, Germany. It is situated approximately 20 km (12 mi) northwest of Munich. Show Olchingon the map
MainstockheimMainstockheim is a municipality in the district of Kitzingen in Bavaria in Germany. It is famous for its choir, the Choir of Mainstockheim. Show Mainstockheimon the map
WeilbachWeilbach is a market municipality in the Miltenberg district in the Regierungsbezirk of Lower Franconia (Unterfranken) in Bavaria, Germany. Show Weilbachon the map
TrunkelsbergTrunkelsberg is a municipality in the district of Unterallgäu in Bavaria, Germany. The town has a municipal association with Memmingerberg. Show Trunkelsbergon the map
Töging am InnTöging am Inn is a town of 9,382 inhabitants in the district of Altötting, Oberbayern, Bavaria. The mayor of Töging am Inn is Horst Krebes. Show Töging am Innon the map
UngerhausenUngerhausen is a municipality in the district of Unterallgäu in Bavaria, Germany. The town has a municipal association with Memmingerberg. Show Ungerhausenon the map
KaisheimKaisheim is a municipality in the district of Donau-Ries in Bavaria in Germany. It was the location of the Imperial abbey, Kaisheim Abbey. Show Kaisheimon the map
HösbachHösbach is a market community and municipality in the Aschaffenburg district in the Regierungsbezirk of Lower Franconia (Unterfranken) in Bavaria, Germany. It has a population of around 13,000. Show Hösbachon the map
HergensweilerHergensweiler is a municipality in the district of Lindau in Bavaria in Germany. It is member of the municipal association of Sigmarszell. Show Hergensweileron the map
BurglengenfeldBurglengenfeld is a town in the district of Schwandorf, in Bavaria, Germany. It is situated on the river Naab, 22 km north of Regensburg. Show Burglengenfeldon the map
KirchzellKirchzell is a market community in the Miltenberg district in the Regierungsbezirk of Lower Franconia (Unterfranken) in Bavaria, Germany. Show Kirchzellon the map
JesenwangJesenwang is a municipality in the district of Fürstenfeldbruck in Bavaria in Germany. This municipality was established during the time. Show Jesenwangon the map
MindelstettenMindelstetten is a municipality in the district of Eichstätt in Bavaria in Germany. It is a center of veneration for Saint Anna Schäffer. Show Mindelstettenon the map
LaugnaLaugna is a municipality in the district of Dillingen in Bavaria in Germany. The town is a member of the municipal association Wertingen. Show Laugnaon the map
PlaneggPlanegg is a municipality in the district of Munich, in Bavaria, Germany. It is located on the river Würm, 13 km west of Munich (centre). Show Planeggon the map
WiedergeltingenWiedergeltingen is a municipality in the district of Unterallgäu in Bavaria, Germany. The town has a municipal association with Türkheim. Show Wiedergeltingenon the map
VorderschmidingVorderschmiding is a village in the district of Freyung-Grafenau in Bavaria in Germany. It is part of the municipality of Hinterschmiding Show Vorderschmidingon the map
OrnbauOrnbau is a walled city in the district of Ansbach, in Bavaria, Germany. It is situated on the river Altmühl, 15 km southeast of Ansbach. Show Ornbauon the map
WendelsteinWendelstein is a municipality in the district of Roth, in Bavaria, Germany, located about 12 kilometres (7.5 mi) southeast of Nuremberg. Show Wendelsteinon the map
KleinostheimKleinostheim is a community in the Aschaffenburg district in the Regierungsbezirk of Lower Franconia (Unterfranken) in Bavaria, Germany. Show Kleinostheimon the map
BenningenBenningen is a municipality in the district of Unterallgäu in Bavaria, Germany. The town has a municipal association with Memmingerberg. Show Benningenon the map
FellheimFellheim is a municipality in the district of Unterallgäu in Bavaria, Germany. The town has a municipal association with Boos, Bavaria. Show Fellheimon the map
BurgthannBurgthann is a municipality in the district Nürnberger Land, in Bavaria, Germany. It is situated 20 km southeast of Nuremberg (centre). Show Burgthannon the map
HolzgünzHolzgünz is a municipality in the district of Unterallgäu in Bavaria, Germany. The town has a municipal association with Memmingerberg. Show Holzgünzon the map
Lindenberg im AllgäuLindenberg im Allgäu is the second largest town of the district of Lindau in Bavaria, Germany. It is an acknowledged air health resort. Show Lindenberg im Allgäuon the map
MainaschaffMainaschaff is a community in the Aschaffenburg district in the Regierungsbezirk of Lower Franconia (Unterfranken) in Bavaria, Germany. Show Mainaschaffon the map
NiedernbergNiedernberg is a municipality in the Miltenberg district in the Regierungsbezirk of Lower Franconia (Unterfranken) in Bavaria, Germany. Show Niedernbergon the map
WaldaschaffWaldaschaff is a community in the Aschaffenburg district in the Regierungsbezirk of Lower Franconia (Unterfranken) in Bavaria, Germany. Show Waldaschaffon the map
SünchingSünching is a municipality in Germany. It is located in Bavaria, Oberpfalz (Upper Palatinate). It borders in the south to Niederbayern. Show Sünchingon the map
RothenbuchRothenbuch is a community in the Aschaffenburg district in the Regierungsbezirk of Lower Franconia (Unterfranken) in Bavaria, Germany. It has a population of around 1,700. Show Rothenbuchon the map
IllertissenIllertissen is a town in the district of Neu-Ulm in Bavaria. It is situated approximately 20 km south from Ulm nearby the river Iller. Show Illertissenon the map
EschauEschau is a market community in the Miltenberg district in the Regierungsbezirk of Lower Franconia (Unterfranken) in Bavaria, Germany. Show Eschauon the map
Dießen am AmmerseeDießen am Ammersee is a municipality in the district of Landsberg in Bavaria in Germany. It is located on the shores of Ammersee lake. Show Dießen am Ammerseeon the map
HollfeldHollfeld is a town in the district of Bayreuth, in Bavaria, Germany. It is situated 20 km west of Bayreuth, and 30 km east of Bamberg. Show Hollfeldon the map
GeiselbachGeiselbach is a community in the Aschaffenburg district in the Regierungsbezirk of Lower Franconia (Unterfranken) in Bavaria, Germany. Show Geiselbachon the map
Bad AbbachBad Abbach is a municipality in the district Kelheim, Bavaria, Germany. Due to its sulphurous springs it has the status of a spa town. Show Bad Abbachon the map
ApfeltrachApfeltrach is a municipality in the district of Unterallgäu in Bavaria, Germany. The town has a municipal association with Dirlewang. Show Apfeltrachon the map
GlattbachGlattbach is a community in the Aschaffenburg district in the Regierungsbezirk of Lower Franconia (Unterfranken) in Bavaria, Germany. Show Glattbachon the map
MömlingenMömlingen is a municipality in the Miltenberg district in the Regierungsbezirk of Lower Franconia (Unterfranken) in Bavaria, Germany. Show Mömlingenon the map
NabburgNabburg is a municipality in the district of Schwandorf, in Bavaria, Germany. It is situated on the river Naab, 23 km east of Amberg. Show Nabburgon the map
SalgenSalgen is a municipality in the district of Unterallgäu in Bavaria, Germany. The town has a municipal association with Pfaffenhausen. Show Salgenon the map
TragelhöchstädtTragelhöchstädt is a village in the municipality of Uehlfeld in the district of Neustadt (Aisch)-Bad Windsheim in Bavaria in Germany. Show Tragelhöchstädton the map
Zell im FichtelgebirgeZell im Fichtelgebirge, formerly Zell (official name until July 2007) is a market town in the district of Hof in Bavaria in Germany. Show Zell im Fichtelgebirgeon the map
LindbergLindberg is a municipality in the district of Regen in Bavaria in Germany in the immediate neighbourhood of the larger town Zwiesel. Show Lindbergon the map
LeidersbachLeidersbach is a community in the Miltenberg district in the Regierungsbezirk of Lower Franconia (Unterfranken) in Bavaria, Germany. Show Leidersbachon the map
LamerdingenLamerdingen is a municipality in the district of Ostallgäu in Bavaria in Germany. The town has a municipal association with Buchloe. Show Lamerdingenon the map
GermeringGermering is a city within the district of Fürstenfeldbruck, in Bavaria, Germany. It is situated approximately 15 km west of Munich. Show Germeringon the map
ForstForst in Unterfranken is a little village in the Schonungen township that lies in Schweinfurt county.It has about 1,000 inhabitants. Show Forston the map
HaagHaag is a village about four kilometers from Hemau in the Upper Palatinate, in Bavaria, Germany. It belongs to Landkreis Regensburg. Show Haagon the map
GrafengehaigGrafengehaig is a municipality in the district of Kulmbach in Bavaria in Germany. It is a part of the Franconian Forest nature park. Show Grafengehaigon the map
FaulbachFaulbach is a municipality in the Miltenberg district in the Regierungsbezirk of Lower Franconia (Unterfranken) in Bavaria, Germany. It has a population of around 2,600. Show Faulbachon the map
EichenbühlEichenbühl is a community in the Miltenberg district in the Regierungsbezirk of Lower Franconia (Unterfranken) in Bavaria, Germany. Show Eichenbühlon the map
BurghaslachBurghaslach is a municipality and a market town in the district of Neustadt (Aisch)-Bad Windsheim in Franconia in Bavaria, Germany. Show Burghaslachon the map
SailaufSailauf is a municipality in the Aschaffenburg district in the Regierungsbezirk of Lower Franconia (Unterfranken) in Bavaria, Germany. It has a population of around 3,600. Show Sailaufon the map
LaufachLaufach is a community in the Aschaffenburg district in the Regierungsbezirk of Lower Franconia (Unterfranken) in Bavaria, Germany. Show Laufachon the map
PlessPleß is a municipality in the district of Unterallgäu in Bavaria, Germany. The town has a municipal association with Boos, Bavaria. Show Plesson the map
UntereggUnteregg is a municipality in the district of Unterallgäu in Bavaria, Germany. The town has a municipal association with Dirlewang. Show Untereggon the map
SpiegelauSpiegelau is a municipality in the district of Freyung-Grafenau in Bavaria in Germany. It lies in the heart of the Bavarian Forest. Show Spiegelauon the map
RötzRötz is a town in the district of Cham, in Bavaria, Germany. It is situated 17 km northwest of Cham, and 30 km east of Schwandorf. Show Rötzon the map
AußernzellAußernzell is a municipality in the district of Deggendorf in Bavaria in Germany. It is part of the municipal union of Schöllnach. Show Außernzellon the map
DietfurtDietfurt is a town in the district of Neumarkt in Bavaria, Germany. It is situated on the river Altmühl, 38 km west of Regensburg. Show Dietfurton the map
Feldkirchen-Westerham is a municipality in the district of Rosenheim, in Bavaria, Germany. It is situated 22 km west of Rosenheim. Show Feldkirchen-Westerhamon the map
BöhenBöhen is a municipality in the district of Unterallgäu in Bavaria, Germany. The town has a municipal association with Ottobeuren. Show Böhenon the map
DorfenDorfen is a town in the district of Erding, in Bavaria, Germany. It is situated 50 km east of Munich and 29 km south of Landshut. Show Dorfenon the map
ScheideggScheidegg is a municipality in the district of Lindau in Bavaria in Germany and a licensed Kneipp cure spa and air health resort. Show Scheideggon the map
VorraVorra is a municipality in the district of Nürnberger Land in Bavaria in Germany. Show Vorraon the map
IchenhausenIchenhausen is a town in the district of Günzburg, in Bavaria, Germany. It is situated on the river Günz, 9 km south of Günzburg. Show Ichenhausenon the map
MiltenbergMiltenberg is a town in the Regierungsbezirk of Lower Franconia (Unterfranken) in Bavaria, Germany. It is the seat of the like-named district and has a population of over 9,000. Show Miltenbergon the map
Maxhütte-HaidhofMaxhütte-Haidhof is a municipality in the district of Schwandorf, in Bavaria, Germany. It is situated 21 km north of Regensburg. Show Maxhütte-Haidhofon the map
OberlangenstadtOberlangenstadt is a village in the municipality of Küps in Kronach district, Upper Franconia, in the state of Bavaria, Germany. Show Oberlangenstadton the map
UnterschäftlarnSchäftlarn Abbey (Kloster Schäftlarn) is a Benedictine monastery on the Isar in Schäftlarn, south of Munich in Bavaria, Germany. Show Unterschäftlarnon the map
SchonungenSchonungen is a municipality in the Schweinfurt district, Bavaria, Germany. The villages in this municipality are: \n* Schonungen \n* Forst (Unterfranken) \n* Abersfeld \n* Mainberg \n* Hausen \n* Marktsteinach \n* Loeffelsterz \n* Reichmannshausen and some more Show Schonungenon the map
SchwabmünchenSchwabmünchen (Swabian: Mingkchinga) is a regional centre in Bavaria in the administrative region of Swabia south of Augsburg in the Augsburg district. Show Schwabmünchenon the map
SchlehdorfSchlehdorf is a municipality in the district of Bad in Bavaria in Germany. Schlehdorf Abbey is located here. \n* Seestr. \n* Mittelstr. \n* Karpfseestr. \n* Kocheler Str. Show Schlehdorfon the map
RottenbuchRottenbuch is a municipality in the Weilheim-Schongau district, in Bavaria, Germany. It is the site of Rottenbuch Abbey church. Show Rottenbuchon the map
PürtenPurten is a municipality in Bavaria in Germany which was the site of a post World War II American sector displaced person camp. Show Pürtenon the map
JengenJengen is a municipality in the district of Ostallgäu in Bavaria in Germany. The town has a municipal association with Buchloe. Show Jengenon the map
Bayerisch EisensteinBayerisch Eisenstein (Czech: Bavorská Železná ruda) is a village and a municipality in the Regen district, in Bavaria, Germany. Show Bayerisch Eisensteinon the map
RieneckRieneck is a town in the Main-Spessart district in the Regierungsbezirk of Lower Franconia (Unterfranken) in Bavaria, Germany. Show Rieneckon the map
SalzwegSalzweg is a municipality in the district of Passau in Bavaria in Germany. It is located near the German border with Austria. Show Salzwegon the map
UstersbachUstersbach is a municipality in the district of Augsburg in Bavaria in Germany. It is situated approx. 20 km west of Augsburg Show Ustersbachon the map
WaalWaal is a municipality in the district of Ostallgäu in Bavaria in Germany. The town has a municipal association with Buchloe. Show Waalon the map
KetschendorfKetschendorf is a southern suburb of the city of Coburg in the county of Upper Franconia, in the state of Bavaria in Germany. Show Ketschendorfon the map
LallingLalling is a municipality in the Lower Bavarian district of Deggendorf in Germany. It is a nationally recognized resort town. Show Lallingon the map
MemmelsdorfMemmelsdorf is a community in the Upper Franconian district of Bamberg bordering in the west directly on the city of Bamberg. Show Memmelsdorfon the map
KümmersbruckKümmersbruck is a municipality in the Amberg-Sulzbach district, in Bavaria, Germany. It is situated 3 km southeast of Amberg. Show Kümmersbruckon the map
MaitenbethMaitenbeth is a municipality in the district of Mühldorf in Bavaria in Germany. Maitenbeth consists of 58 official communes.: Show Maitenbethon the map
DiedorfDiedorf is a municipality in the district of Augsburg, in Bavaria, Germany. It is situated 9 km west of Augsburg city centre. Show Diedorfon the map
Engelbrechtsmünster is a village in Bavaria, Germany, now part of the municipality of Geisenfeld. It lies near the Ilm river. Show Engelbrechtsmünsteron the map
GaimersheimGaimersheim is a municipality in the district of Eichstätt, in Bavaria, Germany. It is situated 7 km northwest of Ingolstadt. Show Gaimersheimon the map
LeonrodLeonrod is a village in the borough of the market town of Dietenhofen in the district of Ansbach, Middle Franconia, Germany. Show Leonrodon the map
LeupoldsdorfLeupoldsdorf is a village in the municipality of Tröstau in the district of Wunsiedel im Fichtelgebirge in Bavaria, Germany. Show Leupoldsdorfon the map
Markt WaldMarkt Wald is a municipality in the district of Unterallgäu in Bavaria, Germany. Christoph Scheiner was born in Markt Wald. Show Markt Waldon the map
TreuchtlingenTreuchtlingen is a town in the district, in Bavaria, Germany. It has a population of around 12,000. Show Treuchtlingenon the map
ZornedingZorneding is a community in the Upper Bavarian district of Ebersberg. It lies some 20 km east of Munich, Bavaria’s capital. Show Zornedingon the map
GungoldingGungolding is a German village and hamlet (Ortsteil) of the municipality of Walting, in the District of Eichstätt, Bavaria. Show Gungoldingon the map
Bad BockletBad Bocklet is a municipality in the district of Bad Kissingen in Bavaria in Germany. It is a market town and a health spa. Show Bad Bockleton the map
BurgheimBurgheim is a municipality in the district in the state of Bavaria in Germany. It is a market town. Show Burgheimon the map
EssenbachEssenbach is a municipality in the district of Landshut, in Bavaria, Germany. It is situated 9 km northeast of Landshut. Show Essenbachon the map
HennenbachHennenbach is a district of the town of Ansbach in Bavaria, Germany. It forms a small part of the north-east of Ansbach. Show Hennenbachon the map
MünchsteinachMünchsteinach is a municipality in the district of Neustadt (Aisch)-Bad Windsheim in Middle Franconia, Bavaria, Germany. Show Münchsteinachon the map
Kirchdorf am InnKirchdorf am Inn (English: Kirchdorf on the Inn) is a municipality in the district of Rottal-Inn in Bavaria in Germany. Show Kirchdorf am Innon the map
Höchstadt an der AischHöchstadt an der Aisch, commonly known as Höchstadt, is a town in the Erlangen-Höchstadt district, in Bavaria, Germany. Show Höchstadt an der Aischon the map
TürkenfeldTürkenfeld (German literally: “Turkfield”) is a municipality in the district of Fürstenfeldbruck in Bavaria in Germany. Show Türkenfeldon the map
UntermühlhausenUntermühlhausen is a village in the district of Landsberg in Bavaria, Germany. It is part of the municipality Penzing. Show Untermühlhausenon the map
RinchnachRinchnach is a municipality in the Lower Bavarian district of Regen, of Germany. As of 2000, the population was 3,261. Show Rinchnachon the map
NiederalteichNiederalteich is a village on the Danube in Bavaria. Germany. It is best known as the location of Niederaltaich Abbey. Show Niederalteichon the map
DiepoltskirchenDiepoltskirchen is a village in the municipality of Falkenberg, situated in the Lower Bavarian district of Rottal-Inn. Show Diepoltskirchenon the map
AltdorfAltdorf is a municipality in the district of Landshut, in Bavaria, Germany. It is situated 4 km northwest of Landshut. Show Altdorfon the map
AttenkirchenAttenkirchen is a municipality in the district of Freising in Bavaria in Germany. Some people called it \"Attenchurch\". Show Attenkirchenon the map
NeblingNebling is a small village in the municipality of Untergriesbach in the District of Passau in Lower Bavaria, Germany. Show Neblingon the map
NeuschönauNeuschönau is a municipality in the district of Freyung-Grafenau, in the Lower Bavaria region of Bavaria, in Germany. Show Neuschönauon the map
PidingPiding is an approved climatic spa in Bavaria near to the border of Austria close to Bad Reichenhall and Freilassing. Show Pidingon the map
HallstadtHallstadt is a town in the Upper Franconian district of Bamberg on the left bank of the Main, 4 km north of Bamberg. Show Hallstadton the map
GlonnGlonn is a market town in the Ebersberg district in Upper Bavaria, Germany, about 30 km (19 mi) southeast of Munich. Show Glonnon the map
RödentalRödental is a town in the district of Coburg, in northern Bavaria, Germany. It is situated 7 km northeast of Coburg. Show Rödentalon the map
PressigPressig is a municipality in the district of Kronach, administrative region Upper Franconia, in Bavaria in Germany. Show Pressigon the map
WasserlosenWasserlosen is a municipality in the Schweinfurt district, Bavaria, Germany. The villages in this municipality are: \n* Wasserlosen \n* Greßthal \n* Rütschenhausen \n* Schwemmelsbach \n* Brebersdorf \n* Kaisten \n* Wülfershausen \n* Burghausen Show Wasserlosenon the map
ZoggendorfZoggendorf is a part of Heiligenstadt in Oberfranken at the Oberfranken Landkreis Bamberg and counts 110 habitats. Show Zoggendorfon the map
Inning am AmmerseeInning is a municipality in Bavaria, Germany, in the district of Starnberg, in the Regierungsbezirk of Oberbayern. Show Inning am Ammerseeon the map
HaidhausenHaidhausen is a quarter of Munich, Germany. It is now part of the borough —or stadtbezirk— number 5 Au-Haidhausen. Show Haidhausenon the map
ErgoldsbachErgoldsbach is a municipality in Bavaria, about 20 km north of Landshut and 80 km northeast of Munich in Germany. Show Ergoldsbachon the map
IrmelshausenIrmelshausen is a village in the municipality of Höchheim in the district of Rhön-Grabfeld in Bavaria in Germany. Show Irmelshausenon the map
ZiegelsteinZiegelstein is a Nuremberg U-Bahn station, located on the U2. It is also the terminus for the \"booster\" line U21. Show Ziegelsteinon the map
ObertraublingObertraubling is a municipality in Bavaria, Upper Palatinate (German: Oberpfalz), in the district of Regensburg. Show Obertraublingon the map
HerkheimHerkheim is a part of the municipality of Nördlingen in Germany, about one hundred kilometres east of Stuttgart. Show Herkheimon the map
GrabenstättGrabenstätt is a municipality in the district of Traunstein in Bavaria, Germany, famous for its friendly locals. Show Grabenstätton the map
DenklingenDenklingen is a municipality in the district of Landsberg (also called Landsberg am Lech) in Bavaria in Germany. Show Denklingenon the map
Bruck in der OberpfalzBruck in der Oberpfalz is a market town in the district of Schwandorf in the Upper Palatinate, Bavaria, Germany. Show Bruck in der Oberpfalzon the map
DingolfingDingolfing is a town in Southern Bavaria, Germany. It is the seat of the Landkreis (district) Dingolfing-Landau. Show Dingolfingon the map
FeuchtwangenFeuchtwangen is a city in Ansbach district in the administrative region of Middle Franconia in Bavaria, Germany. Show Feuchtwangenon the map
AlbachingAlbaching (locally also known as \"Oibich\") is a municipality in the district of Rosenheim in Bavaria in Germany. Show Albachingon the map
Bad TölzBad Tölz (Central Bavarian: Däiz) is a town in Bavaria, Germany and the administrative center of the district of Bad Show Bad Tölzon the map
WeißenhornWeißenhorn is a town in the district of Neu-Ulm in Bavaria. Weißenhorn is located about 22 km southeast of Ulm. Show Weißenhornon the map
UnterhachingUnterhaching (German pronunciation: is the second largest municipality in the district of Munich in Bavaria, Germany. Show Unterhachingon the map
RütschenhausenRütschenhausen in Lower Franconia is a little village in the commune Wasserlosen.It has about 200 inhabitants. Show Rütschenhausenon the map
BurghausenBurghausen in Lower Franconia is a little village in the commune of Wasserlosen. It has about 300 inhabitants. Show Burghausenon the map
RoßtalRoßtal is a market town in the district of Fürth, Bavaria, Germany. As of 2003 it had a population of 10,010. Show Roßtalon the map
Zell am MainZell am Main is a municipality in the district of Würzburg in Bavaria in Germany, situated on the river Main. Show Zell am Mainon the map
Neuhof an der ZennNeuhof an der Zenn is a municipality in the district of Neustadt (Aisch)-Bad Windsheim in Bavaria in Germany. Show Neuhof an der Zennon the map
Neukirchen bei Sulzbach-RosenbergNeukirchen bei Sulzbach-Rosenberg is a municipality in the district of Amberg-Sulzbach in Bavaria in Germany. Show Neukirchen bei Sulzbach-Rosenbergon the map
LangdorfLangdorf is a municipality in the district of Regen in Bavaria in Germany. It was formerly known as Dorfmuri. Show Langdorfon the map
ReischachReischach is a municipality in the district of Altötting in Bavaria in Germany and marginal to Niederbayern. Show Reischachon the map
Markt TaschendorfMarkt Taschendorf is a municipality in the district of Neustadt (Aisch)-Bad Windsheim in Bavaria in Germany. Show Markt Taschendorfon the map
ReisbachReisbach is the name of a municipality in Bavaria. It belongs to the administrative region of Niederbayern. Show Reisbachon the map
MariensteinMarienstein is a village in the municipality of Waakirchen in the west Upper Bavarian district of Miesbach. Show Mariensteinon the map
KellmünzKellmünz (official: Kellmünz a.d.Iller) is a municipality in the district of Neu-Ulm in Bavaria in Germany. Show Kellmünzon the map
AyingAying is a municipality in the district of Munich in Bavaria, Germany. It is known for the Ayinger Brewery. Show Ayingon the map
GarsGars is a municipality in the district of Mühldorf in Bavaria in Germany.It is the location of Gars Abbey. Show Garson the map
Grafing bei MünchenGrafing bei München (officially: Grafing b.München) is a town in the Upper Bavarian district of Ebersberg. Show Grafing bei Münchenon the map
KulmainKulmain is a municipality in the district of Tirschenreuth located north of Kemnath in Bavaria in Germany. Show Kulmainon the map
WaltramsWaltrams is a village located outside the town of Weitnau, in the Oberallgäu district of Bavaria, Germany. Show Waltramson the map
OberickelsheimOberickelsheim is a municipality in the district of Neustadt (Aisch)-Bad Windsheim in Bavaria in Germany. Show Oberickelsheimon the map
OberscheinfeldOberscheinfeld is a municipality in the district of Neustadt (Aisch)-Bad Windsheim in Bavaria in Germany. Show Oberscheinfeldon the map
Markt NordheimMarkt Nordheim is a municipality in the district of Neustadt (Aisch)-Bad Windsheim in Bavaria in Germany. Show Markt Nordheimon the map
GallmersgartenGallmersgarten is a municipality in the district of Neustadt (Aisch)-Bad Windsheim in Bavaria in Germany. Show Gallmersgartenon the map
AichkirchenAichkirchen is a village in the Upper Palatinate, Bavaria, Germany. It is part of the municipality Hemau. Show Aichkirchenon the map
Gstadt am ChiemseeGstadt am Chiemsee is a civil parish in the rural district of Rosenheim. It is located on lake Chiemsee. Show Gstadt am Chiemseeon the map
Markt ErlbachMarkt Erlbach is a municipality in the district of Neustadt (Aisch)-Bad Windsheim in Bavaria in Germany. Show Markt Erlbachon the map
LangenaltheimLangenaltheim is a municipality in the Middle Franconian district of in Germany. Show Langenaltheimon the map
KirchensurKirchensur is a village in the municipality of Amerang in the district of Rosenheim in Bavaria, Germany. Show Kirchensuron the map
TrautskirchenTrautskirchen is a municipality in the district of Neustadt (Aisch)-Bad Windsheim in Bavaria in Germany. Show Trautskirchenon the map
SchönbergSchönberg is a municipality in the district of Mühldorf in the Upper Bavaria region of Bavaria, Germany. Show Schönbergon the map
SimmershofenSimmershofen is a municipality in the district of Neustadt (Aisch)-Bad Windsheim in Bavaria in Germany. Show Simmershofenon the map
Markt BibartMarkt Bibart is a municipality in the district of Neustadt (Aisch)-Bad Windsheim in Bavaria in Germany. Show Markt Bibarton the map
GutenstettenGutenstetten is a municipality in the district of Neustadt (Aisch)-Bad Windsheim in Bavaria in Germany. Show Gutenstettenon the map
HagenbüchachHagenbüchach is a municipality in the district of Neustadt (Aisch)-Bad Windsheim in Bavaria in Germany. Show Hagenbüchachon the map
HemmersheimHemmersheim is a municipality in the district of Neustadt (Aisch)-Bad Windsheim in Bavaria in Germany. Show Hemmersheimon the map
DietersheimDietersheim is a municipality in the district of Neustadt (Aisch)-Bad Windsheim in Bavaria in Germany. Show Dietersheimon the map
MarktbergelMarktbergel is a municipality in the district of Neustadt (Aisch)-Bad Windsheim in Bavaria in Germany. Show Marktbergelon the map
LudwigsstadtLudwigsstadt is a town in the district of Kronach, in the Upper Franconian region of Bavaria, Germany. Show Ludwigsstadton the map
RattelsdorfRattelsdorf is a community with market rights in the Upper Franconian district of Bamberg. Show Rattelsdorfon the map
SchauensteinSchauenstein is a town in the district of Hof, in Bavaria, Germany. It is situated 13 km west of Hof. Show Schauensteinon the map
BernriedBernried am Starnberger See is a municipality in the Weilheim-Schongau district, in Bavaria, Germany. Show Bernriedon the map
BaudenbachBaudenbach is a municipality in the district of Neustadt (Aisch)-Bad Windsheim in Bavaria in Germany. Show Baudenbachon the map
AmmerndorfAmmerndorf is a municipality in the district of Fürth in Bavaria in Germany. It has 2192 inhabitants. Show Ammerndorfon the map
GollhofenGollhofen is a municipality in the district of Neustadt (Aisch)-Bad Windsheim in Bavaria in Germany. Show Gollhofenon the map
ObernzennObernzenn is a municipality in the district of Neustadt (Aisch)-Bad Windsheim in Bavaria in Germany. Show Obernzennon the map
MammendorfMammendorf is a municipality in Bavaria, Germany. It is located halfway between Munich and Augsburg. Show Mammendorfon the map
IppesheimIppesheim is a municipality in the district of Neustadt (Aisch)-Bad Windsheim in Bavaria in Germany. Show Ippesheimon the map
Neustadt an der WaldnaabNeustadt an der Waldnaab is a municipality in Bavaria, capital of the district Neustadt (Waldnaab). Show Neustadt an der Waldnaabon the map
DiespeckDiespeck is a municipality in the district of Neustadt (Aisch)-Bad Windsheim in Bavaria in Germany. Show Diespeckon the map
Neuhaus an der PegnitzNeuhaus an der Pegnitz is a municipality in the district of Nürnberger Land in Bavaria in Germany. Show Neuhaus an der Pegnitzon the map
MarktschellenbergMarktschellenberg is a municipality in the district of Berchtesgadener Land in Bavaria in Germany. Show Marktschellenbergon the map
ReichersbeuernReichersbeuern is a municipality in the district of Bad in Bavaria in Germany. Show Reichersbeuernon the map
PettstadtPettstadt is a community in the Upper Franconian district of Bamberg with about 1,900 inhabitants. Show Pettstadton the map
IpsheimIpsheim is a municipality in the district of Neustadt (Aisch)-Bad Windsheim in Bavaria in Germany. Show Ipsheimon the map
TrockauTrockau is a village in the district of Bayreuth, in Bavaria, Germany, with about 550 inhabitants. Show Trockauon the map
GelbelseeGelbelsee is a north Bavarian village described in historical texts dating from the 13th century. Show Gelbelseeon the map
Bad HeilbrunnBad Heilbrunn is a municipality in the district of Bad in Bavaria in Germany. Show Bad Heilbrunnon the map
GleiritschGleiritsch is a municipality in the district of Schwandorf in Bavaria, Germany. Show Gleiritschon the map
Bayerisch GmainBayerisch Gmain is a municipality in the district of Berchtesgadener Land in Bavaria in Germany. Show Bayerisch Gmainon the map
ÜchtelhausenÜchtelhausen is a municipality and community in the district of Schweinfurt in Bavaria, Germany. Show Üchtelhausenon the map
WaldsassenWaldsassen is a town in the district of Tirschenreuth in the Upper Palatinate region of Bavaria. Show Waldsassenon the map
RennertshofenRennertshofen is a municipality in the district of in Bavaria in Germany. Show Rennertshofenon the map
OrtenburgOrtenburg is a municipality and old market town in the district of Passau in Bavaria in Germany. Show Ortenburgon the map
PasingPasing is a district in the city of Munich, Germany, and part of the borough Pasing-Obermenzing. Show Pasingon the map
Markt BerolzheimMarkt Berolzheim is a municipality in the district, in Bavaria, Germany. Show Markt Berolzheimon the map
NiederraunauNiederraunau is a quarter of the town Krumbach in Günzburg (district), Swabia, Bavaria, Germany. Show Niederraunauon the map
ObermaiselsteinObermaiselstein is a municipality in the district of Oberallgäu in the German state of Bavaria. Show Obermaiselsteinon the map
Neunkirchen am SandNeunkirchen am Sand is a municipality in the district of Nürnberger Land in Bavaria in Germany. Show Neunkirchen am Sandon the map
MuggendorfMuggendorf is a village in municipality Wiesenttal in Franconian Switzerland, Bavaria, Germany. Show Muggendorfon the map
KirchenthumbachKirchenthumbach is a municipality in the district of Neustadt (Waldnaab) in Bavaria in Germany. Show Kirchenthumbachon the map
KonradsreuthKonradsreuth is a municipality in Upper Franconia in the district of Hof in Bavaria in Germany. Show Konradsreuthon the map
SpatzenhausenSpatzenhausen is a municipality in the district of in Bavaria, Germany. Show Spatzenhausenon the map
WackersbergWackersberg is a municipality in the district of Bad in Bavaria in Germany. Show Wackersbergon the map
VestenbergsgreuthVestenbergsgreuth is a municipality in the district of in Bavaria, Germany. Show Vestenbergsgreuthon the map
BischofswiesenBischofswiesen (Central Bavarian: Bischofswiesn) is a municipality in the district of Berchtesgadener Land in Bavaria in Germany. Show Bischofswiesenon the map
HelmstadtHelmstadt is a municipality in the Lower Franconian district of Würzburg in Bavaria in Germany. Show Helmstadton the map
HirschauHirschau is a municipality in the Amberg-Sulzbach district, Upper Palatinate, Bavaria, Germany. Show Hirschauon the map
Viereth-TrunstadtViereth-Trunstadt is a community in the Upper Franconian district of Bamberg lying on the Main. Show Viereth-Trunstadton the map
Berg im GauBerg im Gau is a municipality in the district of in Bavaria in Germany. Show Berg im Gauon the map
BayersoienBad Bayersoien is a German municipality in the district of in Bavaria. Show Bayersoienon the map
Seeon-SeebruckSeeon-Seebruck is a municipality in the district of Traunstein in southern Bavaria in Germany. Show Seeon-Seebruckon the map
ErpftingErpfting is a borough of Landsberg am Lech in the district of Landsberg in Bavaria in Germany. Show Erpftingon the map
SachsenkamSachsenkam is a municipality in the district of Bad in Bavaria in Germany. Show Sachsenkamon the map
SchneizlreuthSchneizlreuth is a municipality in the district of Berchtesgadener Land in Bavaria in Germany. Show Schneizlreuthon the map
SchlammersdorfSchlammersdorf is a municipality in the district of Neustadt (Waldnaab) in Bavaria in Germany. Show Schlammersdorfon the map
LangenmosenLangenmosen is a municipality in the district of in Bavaria in Germany. Show Langenmosenon the map
Luhe-WildenauLuhe-Wildenau is a municipality in the district of Neustadt (Waldnaab) in Bavaria in Germany. Show Luhe-Wildenauon the map
KirchensittenbachKirchensittenbach is a municipality in the district of Nürnberger Land in Bavaria in Germany. Show Kirchensittenbachon the map
OberkotzauOberkotzau is a municipality in Upper Franconia in the district of Hof in Bavaria in Germany. Show Oberkotzauon the map
RohrenfelsRohrenfels is a municipality in the district of in Bavaria in Germany. Show Rohrenfelson the map
Redwitz an der RodachRedwitz an der Rodach is a municipality in the district of Lichtenfels in Bavaria in Germany. Show Redwitz an der Rodachon the map
WeicheringWeichering is a municipality in the district of in Bavaria in Germany. Show Weicheringon the map
WerneckWerneck is a market town in the district of Schweinfurt in Lower Franconia, Bavaria, Germany. Show Werneckon the map
GachenbachGachenbach is a municipality in the district of in Bavaria in Germany. Show Gachenbachon the map
FeilitzschFeilitzsch is a municipality in Upper Franconia in the district of Hof in Bavaria in Germany. Show Feilitzschon the map
HinterschmidingHinterschmiding is a municipality in the district of Freyung-Grafenau in Bavaria in Germany. Show Hinterschmidingon the map
Breitbrunn am ChiemseeBreitbrunn am Chiemsee is a municipality in the district of Rosenheim in Bavaria in Germany. Show Breitbrunn am Chiemseeon the map
WeiherhammerWeiherhammer is a municipality in the district of Neustadt (Waldnaab) in Bavaria in Germany. Show Weiherhammeron the map
TachertingTacherting is a municipality in the north of the district of Traunstein in Bavaria, Germany. Show Tachertingon the map
SchlüsselfeldSchlüsselfeld is a town on the southwestern edge of the Upper Franconian district of Bamberg Show Schlüsselfeldon the map
OberschweinbachOberschweinbach is a municipality in the district of Fürstenfeldbruck in Bavaria in Germany. Show Oberschweinbachon the map
Pfaffenhofen an der GlonnPfaffenhofen an der Glonn is a municipality in the district of Dachau in Bavaria in Germany. Show Pfaffenhofen an der Glonnon the map
PüchersreuthPüchersreuth is a municipality in the district of Neustadt (Waldnaab) in Bavaria in Germany. Show Püchersreuthon the map
Rettenbach am AuerbergRettenbach am Auerberg is a municipality in the district of Ostallgäu in Bavaria in Germany. Show Rettenbach am Auerbergon the map
NiederviehbachNiederviehbach is a municipality in the district of Dingolfing-Landau in Bavaria in Germany. Show Niederviehbachon the map
JachenauJachenau is a municipality in the district of Bad in Bavaria in Germany. Show Jachenauon the map
KarlshuldKarlshuld is a municipality in the district of in Bavaria in Germany. Show Karlshuldon the map
IrchenriethIrchenrieth is a municipality in the district of Neustadt (Waldnaab) in Bavaria in Germany. Show Irchenriethon the map
OberleichtersbachOberleichtersbach is a municipality in the district of Bad Kissingen in Bavaria in Germany. Show Oberleichtersbachon the map
NennslingenNennslingen is a municipality in the district, in Bavaria, Germany. Show Nennslingenon the map
States, regions, administrative units in Bavaria
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RimbachRimbach is a municipality in the district of Cham (district) in the Upper Palatinate in Bavaria in Germany. Rimbach is a beautiful little vacation village at the foot of the Hoher Bogen Wiki (German) (a seven-peaked mountain ridge in the Northern Bavarian Forest National Park). In the village is the Baroque 'Church of Saint Michael' built in 1719. The church had a major expansion in 1970 but preserved the wonderful Baroque carvings on the main altar and side altars. Within the church grounds is the ‘Old Church’, built in 1438 with its famous carvings and altars. And is still used for small services (it seats about 36 individuals).Show on map
RainRain (also: Rain (Lech)) is a municipality in the Donau-Ries district, in Bavaria, Germany. It is situated on the river Lech, close to its confluence with the Danube, 11 km east of Donauwörth. Rain is on the B16 road and served by the Danube Valley Railway (Donautalbahn), both of which run between Ulm and Regensburg. Rain was founded for economic and strategic reasons. The town protected Bavaria from the northwest and collected customs from its bridge over the river Lech. Rain is twinned with Tougan, capital of the province of Sourou in Burkina Faso.Show on map
Kreisfreie Stadt HofHof is a town located on the banks of the Saale in the northeastern corner of the German state of Bavaria, in the Franconian region, at the Czech border and the forested Fichtelgebirge and Frankenwald upland regions. The town of Hof is enclosed by, but does not belong to the Bavarian district of Hof; it is nonetheless the district's administrative seat.Show on map
BavariaBavaria (/bəˈvɛəriə/; German: Freistaat Bayern [ˈfʁaɪʃtaːt ˈbaɪɐn]; Czech: Bavorsko) is a federal state of Germany. In the southeast of the country with an area of 70,548 square kilometres (27,200 sq mi), it is the largest state, making up almost a fifth of the total land area of Germany, and, with 12.6 million inhabitants, Germany's second most populous state. Munich, Bavaria's capital and largest city, is the third largest city in Germany. Modern Bavaria also includes parts of the historical regions of Franconia, Upper Palatinate and Swabia.Show on map
Kreisfreie Stadt MemmingenMemmingen is a town in Swabia, Bavaria, Germany. It is the economic, educational and administrative centre of the Danube-Iller region. To the west the town is flanked by the Iller, the river that marks the Baden-Württemberg border. To the north, east and south the town is surrounded by the district of Unterallgäu (Lower Allgäu).Show on map
RaetiaRaetia (/ˈriːʃə/ or /ˈriːʃiə/, Latin: [rajtia], also spelled Rhaetia) was a province of the Roman Empire, named after the Rhaetian (Raeti or Rhaeti) people. It bordered on the west with the country of the Helvetii, on the east with Noricum, on the north with Vindelicia, on the west with Transalpine Gaul and on south with Venetia et Histria. It thus comprised the districts occupied in modern times by eastern and central Switzerland (containing the Upper Rhine and Lake Constance), southern Bavaria and the Upper Swabia, Vorarlberg, the greater part of Tirol, and part of Lombardy. Later Vindelicia (today south-eastern Wuerttemberg and south-western Bavaria) formed part of Raetia. The northern border of Raetia during the times of Augustus and Tiberius was the River Danube. Later the Limes GermaShow on map
Kreisfreie Stadt AnsbachAnsbach (/ˈænzbæk/; German pronunciation: [ˈansbax] (13px listen)) is a city in the German state of Bavaria. It is the capital of the administrative region of Middle Franconia. Ansbach is 25 miles (40 km) southwest of Nuremberg and 90 miles (140 km) north of Munich, on the Fränkische Rezat (Rezat River), a tributary of the Main river. In 2004, its population was 40,723. The city has connections via autobahn A6 and highways B13 and B14. Ansbach station is on the and railways and is the terminus of line S4 of the Nuremberg S-Bahn.Show on map
Kreisfreie Stadt AugsburgAugsburg (lit. Augustborough) [German pronunciation: [ˈʔaʊ̯ksbʊʁk] (13px listen)] (Bavarian: Augschburg) is a city in Swabia, Bavaria, Germany. It was a Free Imperial City for over 500 years. It is a university town and home of the Regierungsbezirk Schwaben and the Bezirk Schwaben. Augsburg is an urban district and home to the institutions of the Landkreis Augsburg. It is the third-largest city in Bavaria (after Munich and Nuremberg) with a population of 286,000 citizens. After Neuss and Trier, Augsburg is Germany's third oldest city, being founded by the Romans as Augusta Vindelicorum, named after the Roman emperor Augustus.Show on map
AugsburgAugsburg (lit. Augustborough) [German pronunciation: [ˈʔaʊ̯ksbʊʁk] (13px listen)] (Bavarian: Augschburg) is a city in Swabia, Bavaria, Germany. It was a Free Imperial City for over 500 years. It is a university town and home of the Regierungsbezirk Schwaben and the Bezirk Schwaben. Augsburg is an urban district and home to the institutions of the Landkreis Augsburg. It is the third-largest city in Bavaria (after Munich and Nuremberg) with a population of 286,000 citizens. After Neuss and Trier, Augsburg is Germany's third oldest city, being founded by the Romans as Augusta Vindelicorum, named after the Roman emperor Augustus.Show on map
Kreisfreie Stadt IngolstadtIngolstadt (German pronunciation: (13px listen); Austro-Bavarian is a city in the Free State of Bavaria, in the Federal Republic of Germany. It is located along the banks of the River Danube, in the centre of Bavaria. As of 31 December 2014, Ingolstadt had 131,002 citizens. It is part of the Munich Metropolitan Area, which has a total population of more than 5 million. The Illuminati, a Bavarian secret society, was founded in Ingolstadt in the late 18th century.Show on map
SchwangauSchwangau is a municipality in the district of Ostallgäu in Bavaria, Germany. The village lies 4 km from the larger town of Füssen and just 1.5 km from Hohenschwangau, a collection of tourist-oriented facilities adjacent to the major tourist attractions of Schloss Neuschwanstein and Schloss Hohenschwangau. Schwangau has no railway station, but is served by buses connecting to Füssen, Hohenschwangau, and other nearby Alpine towns. It is the next-to-last town on the Romantic Road tourist route that terminates in Füssen.Show on map
Kreisfreie Stadt SchwabachSchwabach is a German town of about 40,000 inhabitants near Nuremberg in the centre of the region of Franconia in the North of Bavaria. The city is an autonomous administrative district (kreisfreie Stadt). Schwabach is also the name of a river, which runs through the city prior joining the Rednitz. Schwabach is famous for its crafts made of gold, particularly gold foil. In 2004, Schwabach celebrated this tradition with an anniversary festival, marking \"500 years gold foil in Schwabach\".Show on map
Kreisfreie Stadt RegensburgRegensburg (German pronunciation: (13px listen); Latin: Castra-Regina, English: Ratisbon) is a city in south-east Germany, situated at the confluence of the Danube, Naab and Regen rivers. With over 140,000 inhabitants, Regensburg is the fourth-largest city in the State of Bavaria after Munich, Nuremberg and Augsburg. The city is the political, economic and cultural centre of Eastern Bavaria and the capital of the Bavarian administrative region Upper Palatinate.Show on map
Kreisfreie Stadt ErlangenErlangen (German pronunciation: [ˈɛrlaŋən] (13px listen); East Franconian: Erlang) is a Middle Franconian city in Bavaria, Germany. It is located north-west of Nuremberg at the confluence of the river Regnitz and its large tributary, the Schwabach. Erlangen has more than 100,000 inhabitants. Felix Klein's Erlangen program of 1872, considering the future of research in mathematics, is so called because Klein then taught at the University of Erlangen-Nuremberg.Show on map
GrünwaldGrünwald (German for green forest) is a municipality in the district of Munich, in Bavaria, Germany. It is located on the right bank of the Isar, 12 km southwest of Munich (centre). As of 31 December 2011 it had a population of 11,109. Grünwald is best known for its medieval castle Grünwald (Burg Grünwald), for the Bavaria Film Studios (one of Europe's biggest and most famous movie production studios), and as a domicile for many prominent and rich people (Grünwald is the wealthiest municipality in Germany). The castle today houses a branch of the Bavarian Archaeological Museum.Show on map
WilhelmsdorfWilhelmsdorf is a village in the district of Neustadt (Aisch)-Bad Windsheim in Bavaria in Germany. Wilhelmsdorf was established by Huguenots. The village was named after the sovereign ruler George William, Margrave of who refuged them. The Huguenot tradition is still a part of the village history. Sermons in the local Lutheran church were held in French until around 1900. Wilhelmsdorf should not be mistaken for Wilhermsdorf, a village 15 km away.Show on map
BogenBogen (English: Bow) is a town in the district of Straubing-Bogen in Bavaria, Germany. It has a population of 10,105. Bogen is located between the southern slopes of the Bavarian Forest and the River Danube. The town lies at the foot of the Bogenberg, a hill immediately on the Danube. The pilgrimage church of St. Mary of the Ascension (Mariä Himmelfahrt) on the Bogenberg is the destination of one of the oldest pilgrimages for Saint Mary in Bavaria (first mentioned in 1103). This was also the seat of power of the Counts of Bogen, who died out in 1242, before the fief passed over to the Wittelsbachs. Since 1958, the German army has been based at the Graf-Aswin-Kaserne in Bogen. The barracks are home to army engineers and are used for training medics.Show on map
Aubing-Lochhausen-Langwiedis the 22nd borough of the German city of Munich. The districts Aubing, Lochhausen and Langwied were incorporated together in 1992, thus forming the largest borough of the city at 3,400 hectares, yet having the lowest density of population with 37,352 residents as of 2002. This large borough still accommodates many vast agricultural and forest areas that together with the Aubinger Lohe and the Langwieder lake district, fulfill the balance of nature in the area and offer recreational facilities to all of western Munich.Show on map
ValleyValley (German pronunciation: [faˈlaɪ̩]) is a municipality in the district of Miesbach in Bavaria in Germany. The municipality of Valley holds, as of 2006, 2949 inhabitants. Valley is also the name of a village of this municipality. In the village of Valley is located the castle Schloss Valley, property of the Counts of Arco, which holds a Museum of Culture and Organs. Valley is also locally renowned for the brewery Gräfliche Brauerei Arco-Valley, which brews the Graf Arco beer. In 2002, the village played host to the 1st Extreme Ironing World Championships.Show on map
Kirchheim i.Schw., MarktKirchheim or Kirchheim in Schwaben (engl. Kirchheim in Swabia) is a municipality and a market town in the district of Unterallgäu in the region of Swabia (Schwaben) in the south-west of Bavaria, Germany.The town was greatly influenced by the Fugger family. North-east of the town lies the Augsburg Western Woods Nature Park. Besides the town of Kirchheim, the municipality encompasses the villages of Derndorf, Hasberg, Spöck und Tiefenried. The town has a municipal association with Eppishausen of which it is the capital and place of administration.Show on map
AschaffenburgAschaffenburg (German pronunciation: (13px listen)) is a city in northwest Bavaria, Germany. The town of Aschaffenburg is not considered part of the district of Aschaffenburg, but is the administrative seat.Show on map
Kreisfreie Stadt AschaffenburgAschaffenburg (German pronunciation: (13px listen)) is a city in northwest Bavaria, Germany. The town of Aschaffenburg is not considered part of the district of Aschaffenburg, but is the administrative seat.Show on map
Landkreis RothRoth is a district in Mittelfranken, Bavaria, Germany. It is bounded by (from the northeast and clockwise) the districts of Nürnberger Land, Neumarkt, Eichstätt, Ansbach and Fürth, and the cities of Schwabach and Nürnberg. In medieval times the area was ruled by many lords. Brandenburg-Ansbach and Nürnberg owned possessions in the territory, and other parts were the property of clerical states. When these clerical states were dissolved in 1803, the territory fell to Bavaria.Show on map
Kreisfreie Stadt NürnbergNuremberg German: Nürnberg; pronounced (13px listen)) is a city on the river Pegnitz and the Canal in the German state of Bavaria, in the administrative region of Middle Franconia, about 170 kilometres (110 mi) north of Munich. It is the second-largest city in Bavaria (after Munich), and the largest in Franconia (Franken). The population as of February 2015, is 517,498, which makes it Germany's fourteenth-largest city. The urban area also includes Fürth, Erlangen and Schwabach with a total population of 763,854. The \"European Metropolitan Area Nuremberg\" has ca. 3.5 million inhabitants.Show on map
Kreisfreie Stadt WürzburgWürzburg (German pronunciation: (13px listen); Main-Franconian: Wörtzburch) is a city in the region of Franconia, northern Bavaria, Germany. Located on the Main River, it is the capital of the Regierungsbezirk of Lower Franconia. The regional dialect is Franconian. Würzburg lies about equidistant from Frankfurt am Main and from Nuremberg (each about 120 kilometers or 75 miles away). Although the city of Würzburg is not part of the Landkreis Würzburg, (i.e. district of Würzburg), it is the seat of the district's administration. The city has a population of around 124,000 people.Show on map
Upper FranconiaUpper Franconia (German: Oberfranken) is a Regierungsbezirk (administrative [Regierungs] region [bezirk]) of the state of Bavaria, southern Germany. It forms part of the historically significant region of Franconia (See also: Middle Franconia and Lower Franconia), all now part of the German Federal State of Bayern (Bavaria). With more than 200 independent breweries which brew approximately 1000 different types of beer, Upper Franconia has the worlds highest brewery-density per capita. A special Franconian beer route (Fränkische Brauereistraße) leads along popular breweries.Show on map
Kreisfreie Stadt PassauPassau (German pronunciation: [ˈpasaʊ]) is a town in Lower Bavaria, Germany. It is also known as the Dreiflüssestadt or \"City of Three Rivers,\" because the Danube is joined at Passau by the Inn from the south and the Ilz from the north. Passau's population is 50,415, of whom about 11,000 are students at the local University of Passau. The university, founded in the late 1970s, is the extension of the Institute for Catholic Studies Fakultät) founded in 1622. It is renowned in Germany for its institutes of economics, law, theology, computer science and Cultural Studies.Show on map
Kreisfreie Stadt FürthFürth (German pronunciation: [fʏʁt] (13px listen); East Franconian: Färdd; Yiddish: פיורדא‎, Fiurda) is a city located in northern Bavaria, Germany, in the administrative division (Regierungsbezirk) of Middle Franconia. It is now contiguous with the larger city of Nuremberg, the centres of the two cities being only 7 km apart. Fürth is one of 23 \"major centres\" in Bavaria. Fürth, Nuremberg, Erlangen and some smaller towns form the \"Middle Franconian Conurbation\", which is one of the 11 German metropolitan regions.Show on map
PappenheimPappenheim was a German statelet in western Bavaria, Germany, located on the Altmühl river between Treuchtlingen and Solnhofen, and south of Weißenburg.Show on map
KissingKissing is a municipality in the Aichach-Friedberg district, in Bavaria, Germany. It is located just 10 km south of Augsburg and has about 11,200 inhabitants (2007). Kissing was first mentioned in a document in 1050 AD as Chissingin, it was a minor regional centre of rule and jurisdiction called a Hofmark (German article). In even earlier times, around 500, there was a thing hill nearby, which was later swept away by the floods of the river Lech. The surname Kissinger (as in Henry Kissinger) means inhabitant of Kissing or Kissingen.Show on map
Landkreis FreisingFreising is a district in Bavaria, Germany. Following a recent ranking of the German magazine FOCUS MONEY comparing all German districts it is number one concerning economic growth abilities. It is bounded by (from the north and clockwise) the districts of Kelheim, Landshut, Erding, Munich, Dachau and Pfaffenhofen.The district is located north of the Munich metropolitan area. The Isar and Amper rivers run in parallel from southwest to northeast. North of the rivers there is the Hallertau, a hilly region mainly used for hop growing.Show on map
BaiernBaiern is a community in the district of Ebersberg, Upper Bavaria, Germany. It is a member of the administrative community of Glonn. The community's name is pronounced the same way as the German name for Bavaria (\"Bayern\"), although it is spelt differently. This is most likely derived from the old way of spelling Bavaria in German (\"Baiern\"). The constituent communities of Antholing, Berganger and Netterndorf are to be found within Baiern, as is the Jugenddorf Piusheim (\"Youth Village of Piusheim\").Show on map
Au i.d.Hallertau, MarktThe Hallertau or Holledau is an area in Bavaria, Germany. With an area of 178 km², it is listed as the largest continuous hop-planting area in the world. According to the International Hop Growing Convention, Germany produces roughly one third of the world's hops (used as flavoring and stabilizers during beer brewing), over 80% of which are grown in the Hallertau. Hallertau is roughly located between the cities of Ingolstadt, Kelheim, Landshut, Moosburg, Freising and Schrobenhausen.It is divided into several seal districts:Show on map
Landkreis Neu-UlmNeu-Ulm is a district in Swabia, Bavaria, Germany. It is bounded by (from the east and clockwise) the districts of Günzburg and Unterallgäu and the state of Baden-Württemberg (districts Biberach and Alb-Donau, city of Ulm). The district was established in 1972 by merging the former districts of Neu-Ulm and Illertissen with the previously district-free city of Neu-Ulm. The district includes the eastern metropolitan area of the city of Ulm. The Danube and its tributary, the Iller, form the western border of the district.Show on map
ErdingErding is a town in Bavaria, Germany, and capital of the district Erding. It had a population of 34,122 in 2004. It is twinned with Bastia in Corsica. The original Erdinger Weissbier is a well-known Bavarian specialty. Grünbacher is one of the better-known local brands. Erding is located around 45 kilometers northeast of central Munich, about a 40-minute drive by car.Regular S-Bahn trains connect to Munich and beyond. Tariffs and times may be found on the Munich Transportation and Tariff Website (MVV).Show on map
HainsfarthHainsfarth is a municipality in the district of Donau-Ries in Bavaria in Germany. From as early as the 13th century until 1941, Hainsfarth was home to a sometimes large Jewish community, accounting for up to 40 percent of the village's population in 1810. From 1710 to 1938 the village also had a functioning synagogue, which was partly destroyed by the Nazis but renovated and reopened in 1996. The village also has an intact Jewish cemetery, which was desecrated during the Nazi era but also restored.Show on map
Marktl, MarktMarktl, or often unofficially called Marktl am Inn (\"Little market on the river Inn\"), is a village and historic market municipality in the state of Bavaria, Germany, near the Austrian border, in the Altötting district of Upper Bavaria. The most notable neighbouring town is Altötting. Marktl has approximately 2,700 inhabitants. Marktl is the birthplace of former Pope Benedict XVI (before Cardinal Joseph Aloisius Ratzinger), who succeeded Pope John Paul II as the 265th head of the Roman Catholic Church. In 2013 he abdicated and is succeeded by Pope Francis.Show on map
Kreisfreie Stadt RosenheimThe independent city of Rosenheim (Central Bavarian: Rousnam) is located in the centre of the district of Rosenheim (Upper Bavaria), and is also the seat of administration of this region. It is located on the west bank of the Inn at the confluence of the rivers Inn and Mangfall, in the Bavarian Alpine Foreland. It is the third largest city in Upper Bavaria with over 61,000 inhabitants and one of 23 administrative centres in Bavaria. Rosenheim is therefore the economic centre and the busiest place in the region.Show on map
Landkreis AnsbachAnsbach is a district in Bavaria, Germany. It surrounds - but does not include - the city of Ansbach; nonetheless the administrative seat of the district is in Ansbach. It is the district with the biggest area in Bavaria. The district is bounded by (from the west and clockwise) the districts Ostalbkreis, Schwäbisch Hall and Main-Tauber (all in the state of and the districts of Neustadt (Aisch)-Bad Windsheim, Fürth, Roth, and Donau-Ries.Show on map
RiedbachRiedbach is a municipality in the district of Haßberge in Bavaria in Germany. It is situated 20 km northeast of Schweinfurt and 8 km north of Haßfurt. The municipality was created in 1978. It encompasses the villages of Humprechtshausen, Kleinmünster, Kleinsteinach, Kreuzthal and Mechenried, and derives its name from the Riedbach creek that flows through Humprechtshausen, Kleinsteinach and Mechenried. The population of Riedbach is about 1600 people. Its mayor is Birgit Bayer.Show on map
EurasburgEurasburg is a municipality in Oberbayern (Upper Bavaria). It is situated about 40 kilometres (25 miles) south of the Bavarian state capital, Munich, in the county of Bad Since the redistricting reforms of 1978, the municipality of Eurasburg has had an area of 40.9 square kilometres (15.8 sq mi), which includes 52 communities. The two largest communities are Eurasburg and Beuerberg. The municipality has a population of about 4,400.Show on map
Kreisfreie Stadt BayreuthBayreuth (German pronunciation: [baɪˈʁɔʏt] (13px listen); Upper Franconian: [ba(ː)ˈɾaɪ̯t]) is a sizeable town in northern Bavaria, Germany, on the Red Main river in a valley between the Franconian Jura and the Fichtelgebirge Mountains. The town's roots date back to 1194. In the early 21st century, it is the capital of Upper Franconia and has a population of 72,576 (2009). It is world-famous for its annual Bayreuth Festival, at which performances of operas by the 19th-century German composer Richard Wagner are presented.Show on map
Landkreis RosenheimRosenheim is a Kreis (district) in the south of Bavaria, Germany.Neighboring districts are, clockwise from the west, Miesbach, Munich, Ebersberg, Mühldorf, and Traunstein, with the Austrian province Tirol across the southern border.The district entirely surrounds the city of Rosenheim, which is independently administered but hosts the district's administration; both the city and the district share the \"RO\" designation for their license plates.Show on map
Gundelfingen a.d.DonauGundelfingen an der Donau is a municipality in the Bavarian district Dillingen in Swabia. Gundelfingen is located at the river Danube (Donau), between Stuttgart, Munich and Augsburg (latitude 48° 33\" 15' and longitude: 10° 22\" 9'). It has some 8,000 inhabitants and still resembles the town of the Middle Ages. The town is the seat of the municipal association Gundelfingen an der Donau, which includes the towns Bächingen, Haunsheim and MedlingenShow on map
Landkreis Straubing-BogenStraubing-Bogen is a Kreis (district) in the eastern part of Bavaria, Germany. Neighboring districts are (from the north clockwise) Cham, Regen, Deggendorf, Dingolfing-Landau, Landshut and Regensburg. The independent town of Straubing is surrounded by the district. The seat of the government of the district (Landratsamt) is located in Straubing. The only towns within the district itself are Bogen and Geiselhöring.Show on map
Thalkirchen-Obersendling- Forstenried-Fürstenried-Sollnis the 19th borough of Munich, Germany, comprising the extreme southern part of the city on the west bank of the river Isar. After the administrative reform, the boroughs and Solln were incorporated, thus forming the new borough. It comprises 17.7525 square kilometres and has a population of 79,147 residents (as of 2005).Show on map
PegnitzPegnitz is a town in the Bayreuth district in Upper Franconia, Bavaria, Germany, with a population of approximately 15,000 inhabitants. It is also the source of the river Pegnitz. The city Bayreuth is about 27 km to the north. The villages (Ortsteile) in Pegnitz are: Annual events are the Christmas market, the Open-Air Rock Festival Waldstock, and above all, the seasonal strong-beer festival called Flinderer.Show on map
TheilenhofenTheilenhofen is a municipality in the district, in Bavaria, Germany. An important part of the local history is the Roman Castle Iciniacum, near the Limes Germanicus. This fortification and Roman village was erected around 100 AD and destroyed c. 260 AD by the Germanic people of the Alamannen. Today you can see only the Roman Military Bath in this area. It was first found in 1820.Show on map
GuttenbergGuttenberg is a municipality in the district of Kulmbach in Bavaria in Germany. The town is closely tied to House of Guttenberg, who have been associated with the locality since the Middle Ages and still own most of the land in the area. A landmark in the municipality is the Guttenberg Castle (de), the seat of the Guttenberg family. The municipality's coat of arms is derived from the Guttenberg family's.Show on map
SendlingSendling is a borough of Munich. It is located south-west of the city centre and spans of the city boroughs Sendling and Sendling-Westpark. Sendling is sub-divided into Obersendling, Mittersendling and Untersendling. Unter- and Mittersendling are located in the borough of Sendling, Obersendling is located in the borough ofShow on map
EckentalEckental is a municipality in the district of in Bavaria, Germany. It is situated 14 km east of Erlangen, and 16 km northeast of Nuremberg. It contains 17 districts: Benzendorf, Brand, Brandermühle, Büg, Ebach, Eckenhaid, Eckenmühle, Eschenau, Forth, Frohnhof, Herpersdorf, Illhof, Marquardsburg, Mausgesees, Oberschöllenbach, Oedhof, and Unterschöllenbach.Show on map
Landkreis UnterallgäuUnterallgäu is a Kreis (district) in Swabia, Bavaria, Germany. Neighboring districts are (from the north clockwise) Neu-Ulm, Günzburg, Augsburg, Ostallgäu, Oberallgäu, and the districts Ravensburg und Biberach in Baden-Württemberg. The district-free city Memmingen in the west of the district is nearly surrounded by the district. The capital of the district is Mindelheim.Show on map
Landkreis Neustadt an der Aisch-Bad WindsheimNeustadt (Aisch)-Bad Windsheim (German: Landkreis Neustadt an der Aisch-Bad Windsheim, official Landkreis Neustadt a.d.Aisch-Bad Windsheim) is a district in Bavaria, Germany. It is bounded by (from the west and clockwise) the districts of Würzburg, Kitzingen, Bamberg, Fürth and Ansbach, and by the state of Baden-Württemberg (district Main-Tauber).Show on map
HiltenfingenHiltenfingen is a municipality in the district of Augsburg in Bavaria in is a German municipality located in the district of Augsburg in the administrative region of Swabia in the state of Bavaria. Also part of the of Langerringen. It is located about 30 km south of Augsburg and one kilometer southwest of Schwabmünchen.Show on map
Kreisfreie Stadt MünchenMunich (German: Landkreis München) is a district in Bavaria, Germany. It borders (from the north and clockwise) the districts of Dachau, Freising, Erding, Ebersberg, Rosenheim, Miesbach, Bad Starnberg, Fürstenfeldbruck, and almost encircles (except for the west and northwest sides) district-free city Munich itself, which is the district seat.Show on map
Landkreis MünchenMunich (German: Landkreis München) is a district in Bavaria, Germany. It borders (from the north and clockwise) the districts of Dachau, Freising, Erding, Ebersberg, Rosenheim, Miesbach, Bad Starnberg, Fürstenfeldbruck, and almost encircles (except for the west and northwest sides) district-free city Munich itself, which is the district seat.Show on map
PettingPetting is a municipality in the district Traunstein, Bavaria, Germany. It is located on the shore of the Waginger See, a diluvial lake. The first mention of the municipality was in 1048 with the name Pettinga; however, it is possible that the settlement already existed at the time of the Roman Empire. In 1180 it came into the ownership of the monastery St. Zeno.Show on map
Landkreis HofHof is a district in Bavaria, Germany. It is bounded by (from the south and clockwise) the districts of Wunsiedel, Bayreuth, Kulmbach and Kronach, the states of Thuringia (district of Saale-Orla) and Saxony (district of Vogtlandkreis), and the Czech Republic. The city of Hof is an enclave within the district, as well as being the district's administrative seat.Show on map
Untergiesing-Harlachingis the 18th borough of Munich, Germany, mostly the districts of Untergiesing and Harlaching. The borough's western border is the river Isar, in the south in borders on Grünwald and the Perlacher Forst (Perlach Forest), to the north-west on the Munich borough of Obergiesing and to the north on the borough of Au-Haidhausen.Show on map
OberhausenOberhausen is a municipality in the district in the state of Bavaria in Germany. Oberhausen combines historic Oberhausen, Unterhausen, Sinning and Kreut. Neighboring communities include Rennertshofen, Burgheim, Ehekirchen, Rohrenfels, Königsmoos and Neuburg an der Donau. Bahnhof Unterhausen is the local train station.Show on map
Landkreis OberallgäuOberallgäu is a district in Swabia, Bavaria, Germany. It is bounded by (from the north and clockwise) the districts of Unterallgäu and Ostallgäu, the Austrian states Tyrol and Vorarlberg, the district of Lindau, and the state of Baden-Württemberg (district Ravensburg). The city of Kempten is enclosed by, but not belonging to the district.Show on map
Landkreis WürzburgWürzburg is a Kreis (district) in the northwestern part of Bavaria, Germany.Neighboring districts are (from the north, clockwise) Main-Spessart, Schweinfurt, Kitzingen, Neustadt (Aisch)-Bad Windsheim, and the district Main-Tauber in Baden-Württemberg. The city Würzburg is not part of the district, although it is completely enclosed by it.Show on map
Ludwigsvorstadt-Isarvorstadtis one of the boroughs of Munich. It consists of the districts Ludwigsvorstadt, located south of Munich Hauptbahnhof and east of the Theresienwiese, and Isarvorstadt, which is situated north-west of the River Isar and southeast of Munich's Old Town. The Lindwurmstraße serves as a divider for the two districts.Show on map
BogenhausenBogenhausen is the 13th borough of Munich, Germany. It is the geographically largest borough of Munich and comprises the city's north-eastern quarter, reaching from the Isar on the eastern side of the Englischer Garten to the city limits, bordering on Unterföhring to the north, Aschheim to the east and the Haidhausen borough to the south.Show on map
Landkreis Erlangen-HöchstadtErlangen-Höchstadt is a district in Bavaria, Germany. It is bounded by (from the south and clockwise) the districts of Fürth, Neustadt (Aisch)-Bad Windsheim, Bamberg, Forchheim and Nürnberger Land, and by the cities of Nuremberg and Erlangen. The city of Erlangen is not part of the district, but nonetheless its administrative seat.Show on map
GrafenauGrafenau is a town in the Freyung-Grafenau district, in Bavaria, Germany. 32 km north of Passau, the town is situated in the Bavarian Forest and is the base of the Bavarian Forest National Park Authority. Grafenau is a holiday destination with a variety of kinds of accommodation from self-catering apartments to a \"holiday village\".Show on map
Landkreis MiltenbergMiltenberg is an administrative district in Bavaria, Germany. It is bounded by (from the north and clockwise) the city of Aschaffenburg, the districts of Aschaffenburg and Main-Spessart, and the states of Baden-Württemberg (districts of Main-Tauber and Neckar-Odenwald) and Hesse (districts of Odenwaldkreis and Darmstadt-Dieburg).Show on map
Landkreis Donau-RiesDonau-Ries (Danube-Ries) is a district in Swabia, Bavaria, Germany. It is bounded by (from the north and clockwise) the districts of Ansbach, Eichstätt, Aichach-Friedberg, Augsburg and Dillingen, and by the state of Baden-Württemberg (districts of Heidenheim and Ostalbkreis).Show on map
Landkreis AugsburgAugsburg is a district in Swabia, Bavaria, Germany. It is bounded by (from the east and clockwise) the city of Augsburg and the districts of Aichach-Friedberg, Landsberg, Ostallgäu, Unterallgäu, Günzburg, Dillingen and Donau-Ries. The city of Augsburg is not part of the district, but nonetheless is its administrative seat.Show on map
AndechsAndechs is a municipality in the district of Starnberg in Bavaria in Germany. It is renowned in Germany and beyond for Andechs Abbey, a Benedictine monastery that has brewed beer since 1455. The monastery brewery offers tours to visitors. The 20th-century German composer Carl Orff is buried in the chapel of Andechs Abbey.Show on map
Landkreis RegensburgRegensburg is an administrative district (German: Landkreis) in Bavaria, Germany. It is bounded by (from the north and clockwise) the districts of Schwandorf, Cham, Straubing-Bogen, Kelheim and Neumarkt. The city of Regensburg is enclosed by, but does not belong to the district; it is nonetheless its administrative seat.Show on map
SeefeldSeefeld is a municipality in the district of Starnberg in Bavaria, Germany. The town lies on the western shore of the Pilsensee (\"Pilsen Lake\"). It is connected to the Bavarian capital city of Munich by the S-Bahn line S8. Seefeld is notable for the Seefeld Castle (c. 1302), a seat of the Toering noble family of Bavaria.Show on map
Landkreis OstallgäuOstallgäu is a district in Swabia, Bavaria, Germany. It is bounded by (from the west and clockwise) the districts of Oberallgäu, Unterallgäu, Augsburg, Landsberg, Weilheim-Schongau and and by the Austrian state of Tyrol. The city of Kaufbeuren is enclosed by but does not belong to the district.Show on map
SendenThe town of Senden is the second-largest town of the district of Neu-Ulm in Bavaria and is located at the border to Baden-Württemberg. The town belongs to the Senden's neighbours are Neu-Ulm in the north, Weißenhorn in the west, Vöhringen in the south and Illerkirchberg in the west.Show on map
Kreisfreie Stadt LandshutLandshut is a district in Bavaria, Germany. It is bounded by (from the north and clockwise) the districts of Kelheim, Straubing-Bogen, Dingolfing-Landau, Rottal-Inn, Mühldorf, Erding and Freising. The city of Landshut is enclosed by, but does not belong to the district. It is nonetheless its administrative seat.Show on map
Landkreis LandshutLandshut is a district in Bavaria, Germany. It is bounded by (from the north and clockwise) the districts of Kelheim, Straubing-Bogen, Dingolfing-Landau, Rottal-Inn, Mühldorf, Erding and Freising. The city of Landshut is enclosed by, but does not belong to the district. It is nonetheless its administrative seat.Show on map
Landkreis Neustadt an der WaldnaabNeustadt an der Waldnaab is a district in Bavaria, Germany. It is bounded by (from the south and clockwise) the districts of Schwandorf, Amberg-Sulzbach, Bayreuth and Tirschenreuth, and by the Czech Republic (Plzeň Region). The city of Weiden in der Oberpfalz is enclosed by, but not belonging to the district.Show on map
Landkreis StarnbergStarnberg is a Kreis (district) in the southern part of Bavaria, Germany. Neighboring districts are (from the north clockwise) Fürstenfeldbruck, Munich, Bad Weilheim-Schongau and Landsberg. Starnberg and the Hochtaunuskreis regularly compete for the title of Germany's wealthiest district.Show on map
Landkreis LindauLindau is a Landkreis or rural district in Swabia, Bavaria, Germany; its capital is the city of Lindau. It is bounded by (from the east and clockwise) the district of Oberallgäu, Austria (federal state of Vorarlberg), Lake Constance and the state of Baden-Württemberg (districts of Bodensee and Ravensburg).Show on map
Landkreis TraunsteinTraunstein is a Kreis (district) in the southeastern part of Bavaria, Germany. Neighboring districts are (from the north clockwise) Mühldorf, Altötting, the Austrian states Upper Austria and Salzburg, the district Berchtesgadener Land, the Austrian states of Salzburg and Tyrol, and the district Rosenheim.Show on map
Kreisfreie Stadt KemptenKempten is the largest town of Allgäu, in Swabia, Bavaria, Germany. The population was approximately 64,000 in 2012. The area was possibly settled originally by Celts, but was later taken over by the Romans, who called the town Cambodunum. Kempten is the oldest urban settlement (town) in Germany.Show on map
Landkreis BambergBamberg is a district in Bavaria, Germany. It surrounds but does not include the town of Bamberg. The district is bounded by the districts of (from the north and clockwise) Lichtenfels, Bayreuth, Forchheim, Neustadt (Aisch)-Bad Windsheim, Kitzingen, Schweinfurt and Haßberge.Show on map
Landkreis BayreuthBayreuth is a district in Bavaria, Germany. It surrounds, but does not include the city of Bayreuth. The district is bounded by (from the north and clockwise) the districts of Kulmbach, Hof, Wunsiedel, Tirschenreuth, Neustadt/Waldnaab, Amberg-Sulzbach, Nürnberger Land, Forchheim and Bamberg.Show on map
GattendorfGattendorf is a municipality in Upper Franconia in the district of Hof in Bavaria in Germany. The distinctive swan coat-of-arms of the municipality of Gattendorf was adopted as municipal coat-of-arms in 1974 after the extinction, in 1944, of the local noble family von Schmidt auf Altenstadt.Show on map
Kreisfreie Stadt CoburgCoburg is a district in Bavaria, Germany. It is bounded by (from the east and clockwise) the districts of Kronach, Lichtenfels, Bamberg and Haßberge, and by the state of Thuringia (districts Hildburghausen and Sonneberg). The district surrounds, but does not include the city of Coburg.Show on map
Landkreis SchweinfurtSchweinfurt is a Kreis (district) in the northwestern part of Bavaria, Germany. Neighboring districts are (from the north clockwise) Bad Kissingen, Rhön-Grabfeld, Haßberge, Bamberg, Kitzingen, Würzburg and Main-Spessart. The district-free city Schweinfurt is surrounded by the district.Show on map
Landkreis CoburgCoburg is a district in Bavaria, Germany. It is bounded by (from the east and clockwise) the districts of Kronach, Lichtenfels, Bamberg and Haßberge, and by the state of Thuringia (districts Hildburghausen and Sonneberg). The district surrounds, but does not include the city of Coburg.Show on map
SulzfeldSulzfeld is a municipality in the district of Rhön-Grabfeld in Bavaria in Germany. It contains the following villages: Kleinbardorf, Leinach, Sulzfeld, Sulzfelder Forst. The large regional Jewish cemetery, Jewish Cemetery (Kleinbardorf) is also located in the municipality.Show on map
Kreisfreie Stadt StraubingStraubing is an independent city in Lower Bavaria, southern Germany. It is seat of the district of Straubing-Bogen. Annually in August the Gäubodenvolksfest, the second largest fair in Bavaria, is held. The city is located on the Danube forming the centre of the Gäuboden.Show on map
Schwabing-FreimannSchwabing is a borough in the northern part of Munich, the capital of the German state of Bavaria. It is divided into the city borough 4 (Schwabing-West) and the city borough 12 For further information on the Munich boroughs, see: Boroughs of Munich.Show on map
Schwabing-WestSchwabing is a borough in the northern part of Munich, the capital of the German state of Bavaria. It is divided into the city borough 4 (Schwabing-West) and the city borough 12 For further information on the Munich boroughs, see: Boroughs of Munich.Show on map
Baar (Schwaben)Baar is a municipality in Aichach-Friedberg district, in Bavaria, southern Germany. The municipality covers an area of 16.94 km².Of the total population of 589 are male, and 580 are female (Dec 31, 2003).The population density of the community is 68 inhabitants per km².Show on map
RüsselbachRüsselbach is a part of the municipality of Igensdorf in Upper Franconia in Bavaria, Germany, and consists of the districts Unterrüsselbach, Mittelrüsselbach, Kirchrüsselbach and Oberrüsselbach as well as of the hamlets Lindenhof, Lindenmühle, Weidenbühl and Weidenmühle.Show on map
Landkreis Rhön-GrabfeldRhön-Grabfeld is a district in Bavaria, Germany. It is bounded by (from the southeast and clockwise) the districts of Hassberge, Schweinfurt and Bad Kissingen, and the states of Hesse (district Fulda) and Thuringia (districts and Hildburghausen).Show on map
Landkreis GünzburgGünzburg is a district in Swabia, Bavaria, Germany. It is bounded by (from the north and clockwise) the districts of Dillingen, Augsburg, Unterallgäu and Neu-Ulm, and by the state of Baden-Württemberg (districts Alb-Donau and Heidenheim). For the capital, see Günzburg.Show on map
RoggenburgRoggenburg is a municipality in the district of Neu-Ulm in Bavaria in Germany. Roggenburg is known for the Roggenburg Abbey, which is used today by the Premonstratensians. An environment and culture center with an overregional commuting area is located near the abbey.Show on map
Regierungsbezirk MittelfrankenMiddle Franconia (German: Mittelfranken) is one of the three administrative regions of Franconia in Bavaria, Germany. It is in the west of Bavaria and adjoins the state of Baden-Württemberg. The administrative seat is Ansbach but the most populated city is Nuremberg.Show on map
Neuhausen-NymphenburgNeuhausen and Nymphenburg are boroughs of Munich, the capital of the German state of Bavaria. They had been merged into the borough 09 - (German: Stadtbezirk 09) in 1992. For further information on the Munich boroughs, see: Boroughs of Munich.Show on map
GröbenzellGröbenzell is a municipality near Munich in the district Fürstenfeldbruck, in Bavaria, Germany. It was founded in 1952, and has a population of 19,202. Gröbenzell is often called a garden city, which is also illustrated by the two flowers in the coat of arms.Show on map
Landkreis AschaffenburgAschaffenburg is a district in Bavaria, Germany. It is bounded by (from the west and clockwise) the districts of Darmstadt-Dieburg, Offenbach, Main-Kinzig (all in the state of Hesse), the districts Main-Spessart and Miltenberg, and the town of Aschaffenburg.Show on map
Landkreis Aichach-FriedbergAichach-Friedberg is a district in Bavaria, Germany. It is bounded by (from the northwest and clockwise) the districts of Augsburg, Donau-Ries, Pfaffenhofen, Dachau, Fürstenfeldbruck and Landsberg, as well as by the city of Augsburg.Show on map
MaxvorstadtMaxvorstadt is a central borough of Munich, Bavaria, Germany and forms the Stadtbezirk 3 Maxvorstadt. Since 1992, this borough comprises the former boroughs 5, 6 and 7 andShow on map
Landkreis Rottal-InnRottal-Inn is a Kreis (district) in the southeastern part of Bavaria, Germany. Neighboring districts are (from the south clockwise) Altötting, Mühldorf, Landshut, Dingolfing-Landau and Passau. To the southeast is the Austrian state Upper Austria (Braunau).Show on map
Landkreis Wunsiedel im FichtelgebirgeWunsiedel (German: Landkreis Wunsiedel i. Fichtelgebirge) is a Kreis (district) in the northeastern part of Bavaria, Germany. Neighbouring districts are (from the south clockwise) Tirschenreuth, Bayreuth, Hof, and to the west the Czech Karlovy Vary Region.Show on map
AhorntalAhorntal is a municipality in the district of Bayreuth in the state (Bundesland) of Bavaria in Germany. Ahorntal is known for its generally temperate weather. The town focuses on environmental conservation. Tourism provides revenue for the local economy.Show on map
Neustadt am KulmNeustadt am Kulm is a municipality in the district of Neustadt (Waldnaab), in Bavaria, Germany. It is situated 29 km northwest of Weiden in der Oberpfalz, and 23 km southeast of Bayreuth. Neustadt am Kulm is situated directly west of the Rauher Kulm.Show on map
HaarHaar is a municipality in the district of Munich, in Bavaria, Germany. It is 12 km east of Munich (centre). As of 2014 it has a population of some 20,000. It is home to the Haar Disciples, a team in the first division of German's Baseball Bundesliga.Show on map
Landkreis PassauPassau is a district (Kreis) in the southeast of Bavaria. It encloses the city of Passau geographically from two sides. Neighboring districts are (from the east clockwise) Rottal-Inn, Deggendorf, Freyung-Grafenau. To the south it borders Austria.Show on map
TriefensteinMarkt Triefenstein is a market community in the Main-Spessart district in the Regierungsbezirk of Lower Franconia (Unterfranken) in Bavaria, Germany. It was created in 1978 out of the villages Homburg am Main, Lengfurt, Rettersheim and Trennfeld.Show on map
WaidhofenWaidhofen is a municipality in the district of in Bavaria in Germany. The former farmstead Hinterkaifeck, site of six murders in 1922, falls within this municipality and within the formerly existing municipality of Wangen.Show on map
Landkreis TirschenreuthTirschenreuth (Northern Bavarian: Landgreis Tirschenreith) is a Kreis (district) in the northeastern part of Bavaria, Germany. Neighboring districts are (from the south, clockwise) Neustadt (Waldnaab), Bayreuth and Wunsiedel. To the east are the Czech districts of Tachov (Plzeň) and Cheb (Karlovy Vary).Show on map
Landkreis EichstättEichstätt is a district in Bavaria, Germany. It is bounded by (from the south and clockwise) the districts of Donau-Ries, Roth, Neumarkt, Kelheim and Pfaffenhofen, and by the city of Ingolstadt.Show on map
Landkreis Amberg-SulzbachAmberg-Sulzbach is a district in Bavaria, Germany. It surrounds but does not include the city of Amberg. It is bounded by (from the north and clockwise) the districts of Neustadt (Waldnaab), Schwandorf, Neumarkt, Nürnberger Land and Bayreuth.Show on map
BurghausenBurghausen is the largest town in the Altötting district of Oberbayern in Germany. It is situated on the Salzach river, near the border with Austria. Burghausen Castle rests along a ridgeline, and is the longest castle in the world (1,043 m).Show on map
Landkreis KronachKronach is a district in Bavaria, Germany. It is bounded by (from the east and clockwise) the districts of Hof, Kulmbach, Lichtenfels and Coburg, and the state of Thuringia (districts of Sonneberg, Saalfeld-Rudolstadt and Saale-Orla).Show on map
VöhringenVöhringen is a town in the district of Neu-Ulm in Bavaria, Germany. It is located on the Iller, approximately 18 km south of Ulm and 40 km north of Memmingen. It is in the Donau-Iller Region in Central Swabia (part of Upper Swabia).Show on map
WalsdorfWalsdorf is a community in the Upper Franconian district of Bamberg and a member of the administrative community of Stegaurach. It lies in the valley of the Aurach roughly ten kilometres west of Bamberg.Show on map
WeitramsdorfWeitramsdorf is a municipality in the district of Coburg in Bavaria in Germany. It consists of the following villages: Weitramsdorf, Gersbach, Schlettach, Altenhof, Hergramsdorf, Tambach, Neundorf, Weidach and Weidach-Vogelherd. The castle (and former monastery) of Tambach is owned by the counts of Ortenburg since 1806.Show on map
AlfeldAlfeld is a municipality in the district of Nürnberger Land in Bavaria in Germany. Alfeld has around 1100 inhabitants (2013) and is famous for their traditional Kermesse which the people celebrate at the end of August every year.Show on map
Kreisfreie Stadt SchweinfurtSchweinfurt (in German literally 'swine ford') is a city in the Lower Franconia region of Bavaria in Germany on the right bank of the navigable Main River, which is spanned by several bridges here, 27 km northeast of Würzburg.Show on map
WesterngrundWesterngrund is a community in the Aschaffenburg district in the Regierungsbezirk of Lower Franconia (Unterfranken) in Bavaria, Germany, and a member of the (Administrative Community) of Schöllkrippen. Since 2013, the geodetic centre of the European Union has been located within the community's boundaries.Show on map
BirkenfeldBirkenfeld is a community in the Main-Spessart district in the Regierungsbezirk of Lower Franconia (Unterfranken) in Bavaria, Germany and a member of the (Administrative Community) of Marktheidenfeld.Show on map
Landkreis Pfaffenhofen an der Ilmis a district in Bavaria, Germany. It is bounded by (from the south and clockwise) the districts of Eichstätt, Kelheim, Freising, Dachau and and the city of Ingolstadt.Show on map
Nürnberger LandNürnberger Land is a district in Bavaria, Germany. It is bounded by (from the north and clockwise) the districts of Forchheim, Bayreuth, Amberg-Sulzbach, Neumarkt, Roth and and by the city of Nuremberg.Show on map
Kreisfreie Stadt Weiden in der OberpfalzWeiden in der Oberpfalz (official name: Weiden i.d.OPf.) is a district-free city in Bavaria, Germany. It is located 100 km east of Nuremberg and 35 km west of the Czech border. A branch of the German Army is located here.Show on map
Milbertshofen-Am HartMilbertshofen, Am Riesenfeld and Am Hart are three boroughs situated in the north of Munich in Germany. Jointly, they form the city district 11 Milbertshofen-Am Hart. As of August 2016, the three boroughs had 75.776 inhabitants.Show on map
KrombachKrombach is a community in the Aschaffenburg district in the Regierungsbezirk of Lower Franconia (Unterfranken) in Bavaria, Germany and a member of the (Administrative Community) of Schöllkrippen.Show on map
NeuendorfNeuendorf is a community in the Main-Spessart district in the Regierungsbezirk of Lower Franconia (Unterfranken) in Bavaria, Germany and a member of the (Administrative Community) of Lohr am Main.Show on map
Landkreis HaßbergeHaßberge is a district in Bavaria, Germany. It is bounded by (from the northeast and clockwise) the districts of Coburg, Bamberg, Schweinfurt and Rhön-Grabfeld, and by the state of Thuringia (district of Hildburghausen).Show on map
NeuhüttenNeuhütten is a community in the Main-Spessart district in the Regierungsbezirk of Lower Franconia (Unterfranken) in Bavaria, Germany and a member of the (municipal association) of Partenstein. It has a population of around 1,100.Show on map
RodenRoden is a community in the Main-Spessart district in the Regierungsbezirk of Lower Franconia (Unterfranken) in Bavaria, Germany and a member of the (Administrative Community) of Marktheidenfeld.Show on map
WiesenWiesen is a community in the Aschaffenburg district in the Regierungsbezirk of Lower Franconia (Unterfranken) in Bavaria, Germany and a member of the (municipal association) of Schöllkrippen. It has around 1,000 inhabitants.Show on map
HausenHausen is a community in the Miltenberg district in the Regierungsbezirk of Lower Franconia (Unterfranken) in Bavaria, Germany and a member of the (Administrative Community) of Kleinwallstadt.Show on map
Landkreis Dillingen an der DonauDillingen is a district in Swabia, Bavaria, Germany. It is bounded by (from the north and clockwise) the districts of Donau-Ries, Augsburg and Günzburg, and by the state of Baden-Württemberg (district of Heidenheim).Show on map
Landkreis SchwandorfSchwandorf is a Kreis (district) in the east part of Bavaria, Germany. Neighboring districts are (from the east clockwise) Cham, Regensburg, Neumarkt, Amberg-Sulzbach, Neustadt (Waldnaab), and the Czech Plzeň Region.Show on map
Landkreis FürthFürth is a district in Bavaria, Germany. It is bounded by (from the east and clockwise) the cities of Fürth and Nuremberg, and by the districts of Roth, Ansbach, Neustadt (Aisch)-Bad Windsheim andShow on map
Landkreis Garmisch-Partenkirchenis a district in Bavaria, Germany. It is bounded by (from the west and clockwise) the districts of Ostallgäu, Weilheim-Schongau and Bad and by the Austrian state of Tyrol.Show on map
WörthseeWörthsee is a municipality in the district of Starnberg in Bavaria, Germany.It is located on the northeastern shore of the lake called Wörthsee, and is about 15 kilometers northwest of the county town of Starnberg.Show on map
Landkreis Bad KissingenBad Kissingen is a district in Bavaria, Germany. It is bounded by (from the northwest and clockwise) the district Main-Kinzig and Fulda in Hesse, and the districts of Rhön-Grabfeld, Schweinfurt and Main-Spessart.Show on map
Landkreis Neuburg-Schrobenhausenis a district in Bavaria, Germany. It is bounded by (from the east and clockwise) the districts of Pfaffenhofen, Aichach-Friedberg, Donau-Ries and Eichstätt, and by the city of Ingolstadt.Show on map
Landkreis Weilheim-SchongauWeilheim-Schongau is a Kreis (district) in the south of Bavaria, Germany. Neighboring districts are (from the north clockwise) Landsberg, Starnberg, Bad and Ostallgäu.Show on map
LisbergLisberg is a community in Bavaria, Germany. It is in the Upper Franconian district of Bamberg and a member of the administrative community of Lisberg, lying in the Steigerwald (forest).Show on map
Kreisfreie Stadt BambergBamberg (German pronunciation: [ˈbambɛɐ̯k]) is a town in Upper Franconia, Germany, on the river Regnitz close to its confluence with the river Main. A large part of the town has been a UNESCO World Heritage Site since 1993.Show on map
BreitenthalBreitenthal is a municipality in the district of Günzburg in Bavaria in Germany. The Oberrieder Weiher, a in the region Mittelschwaben popular greenbelt recreation area, is in the municipal area of Breitenthal.Show on map
SchongauSchongau is a small town in Bavaria, near the Alps. It is located along the Lech, between Landsberg am Lech and Füssen. It has about 12,000 inhabitants. Schongau has a well-preserved old wall around the center.Show on map
Landkreis Bad Tölz-WolfratshausenBad is a district in Bavaria, Germany. It is bounded by (from the south and clockwise) Austria and the districts of Weilheim-Schongau, Starnberg, Munich and Miesbach.Show on map
Landkreis DachauDachau is a district in Bavaria, Germany. It is bounded by (from the south and clockwise) the districts of Fürstenfeldbruck, Aichach-Friedberg, Pfaffenhofen, Freising and Munich, and by the city of Munich.Show on map
ObergiesingObergiesing is a borough of Munich, about 3 miles south-east of the city center. The larger part is residential or a mix of business and residential, but there are also a number of recreational facilities.Show on map
DormitzDormitz is a Bavarian municipality in the district of Forchheim (Upper Franconia), and the administrative headquarters of the Dormitz community, which includes the parishes of Kleinsendelbach and Hetzles.Show on map
Landkreis RegenRegen is a district in Bavaria, Germany. It is bounded by (from the south and clockwise) the districts of Freyung-Grafenau, Deggendorf, Straubing-Bogen and Cham, and by the Czech Republic (Plzeň Region).Show on map
Landkreis Landsberg am LechLandsberg is a district in Bavaria, Germany. It is bounded by (from the north and clockwise) the districts of Aichach-Friedberg, Fürstenfeldbruck, Starnberg, Weilheim-Schongau, Ostallgäu and Augsburg.Show on map
Landkreis FürstenfeldbruckFürstenfeldbruck is a district in Bavaria, Germany. It is bounded by (from the east and clockwise) the city of Munich and the districts of Munich, Starnberg, Landsberg, Aichach-Friedberg and Dachau.Show on map
ThannhausenThannhausen is a town in the district of Günzburg, in Bavaria, Germany. It is situated on the river Mindel, 24 kilometres (15 mi) southeast of Günzburg, and 33 kilometres (21 mi) west of Augsburg.Show on map
Landkreis Neumarkt in der OberpfalzNeumarkt is a district in Bavaria, Germany. It is bounded by (from the north and clockwise) the districts of Nürnberger Land, Amberg-Sulzbach, Schwandorf, Regensburg, Kelheim, Eichstätt and Roth.Show on map
Landkreis DeggendorfDeggendorf is a district in Bavaria, Germany. It is bordered by (from the north and clockwise) the districts of Regen, Freyung-Grafenau, Passau, Rottal-Inn, Dingolfing-Landau and Straubing-Bogen.Show on map
Landkreis ErdingErding (German: Erding, Bavarian: Arrdeng) is a district in Bavaria, Germany. It is bounded by (from the north and clockwise) the districts of Landshut, Mühldorf, Ebersberg, Munich and Freising.Show on map
FeldkirchenFeldkirchen is a municipality in the district of Munich, Bavaria, Germany. It is located 10 km east of Munich and has 5,987 inhabitants. Feldkirchen was first mentioned in a document dated 853.Show on map
Landkreis MiesbachMiesbach is a district in Bavaria, Germany. It is bounded by (from the west and clockwise) the districts of Bad Munich and Rosenheim, and by the Austrian state of Tyrol.Show on map
SchönwaldSchönwald is a municipality in the district of Wunsiedel, in Bavaria, Germany. It is situated near the border with the Czech Republic, five km northwest of Selb and 18 km southeast of Hof. Schönwald is famous for its porcelain industry.Show on map
PoppenhausenPoppenhausen is a municipality in the district of Schweinfurt in Bavaria, Germany. It consists of the following six localities: Hain, Kronungen, Kützberg, Maibach, Pfersdorf, Poppenhausen.Show on map
Landkreis Mühldorf am InnMühldorf is a district in Upper Bavaria, Germany. It is bounded by (from the north and clockwise) the districts of Landshut, Rottal-Inn, Altötting, Traunstein, Rosenheim, Ebersberg and Erding.Show on map
Landkreis ChamCham is a district in Bavaria, Germany. It is bounded by (from the south and clockwise) the districts of Regen, Straubing-Bogen, Regensburg and Schwandorf and by the Czech Plzeň Region.Show on map
Kreisfreie Stadt AmbergAmberg (German pronunciation: [ˈambɛrk] (13px listen)) is a town in Bavaria, Germany. It is located in the Upper Palatinate, roughly halfway between Regensburg and Bayreuth. In 2013, over 41,000 people lived in the town.Show on map
LichtenbergLichtenberg is a town in northeastern Bavaria, lying in the district of Hof in Upper Franconia. It lies on a hill above the valley of the river Selbitz, in the Frankenwald nature park.Show on map
Landkreis Freyung-GrafenauFreyung-Grafenau is a district in Bavaria, Germany. It is bounded by (from the south and clockwise) the districts of Passau, Deggendorf, Regen, the Czech Republic and by Austria.Show on map
BoosBoos is a municipality in the district of Unterallgäu in Bavaria in Germany. The town is the seat of the municipal association with Fellheim, Heimertingen, Niederrieden and Pleß.Show on map
Landkreis Main-SpessartMain-Spessart is a district in the northwest of Bavaria, Germany. It is located in Lower Franconia and derives its name from the river Main and the wooded hills of the Spessart.Show on map
Landkreis KitzingenKitzingen is a district in Bavaria, Germany. It is bounded by (from the north and clockwise) the districts of Schweinfurt, Bamberg, Neustadt (Aisch)-Bad Windsheim and Würzburg.Show on map
JulbachJulbach is a village and municipality in the district of Rottal-Inn in Bavaria in Germany. In addition to the village of Julbach the municipality includes 16 other settlements.Show on map
BrunnFor other places of the same name, see Brunn (disambiguation). Brunn is a municipality in the Upper Palatinate (Oberpfalz) in the administrative district Landkreis Regensburg.Show on map
Landkreis Weißenburg-Gunzenhausenis a Kreis (district) in the west of Bavaria, Germany with au population of 95.000. Neighboring districts are (from the north clockwise) Ansbach, Roth, Eichstätt and Donau-Ries. It is located in the south of Middle Franconia, 50 kilometers south of Nuremberg. Largest city and the administrative center is Weißenburg in Bayern.Show on map
Landkreis Dingolfing-LandauDingolfing-Landau is a district in Bavaria, Germany. It is bounded by (from the north and clockwise) the districts of Straubing-Bogen, Deggendorf, Rottal-Inn and Landshut.Show on map
LichtenfelsLichtenfels is a town in the Upper Franconian region of Bavaria, Germany, the administrative seat of Lichtenfels district. It is chiefly known as the German \"Basket City\".Show on map
JohannesbergJohannesberg is a community in the Aschaffenburg district in the Regierungsbezirk of Lower Franconia (Unterfranken) in Bavaria, Germany. It has around 3,900 inhabitants.Show on map
Regierungsbezirk UnterfrankenLower Franconia (German: Unterfranken) is one of seven districts of Bavaria, Germany. The districts of Lower, Middle and Upper Franconia make up the region of Franconia.Show on map
Landkreis ForchheimForchheim is a district in Bavaria, Germany. It is bounded by (from the north and clockwise) the districts of Bamberg, Bayreuth, Nürnberger Land andShow on map
HaibachHaibach is a community in the Aschaffenburg district in the Regierungsbezirk of Lower Franconia (Unterfranken) in Bavaria, Germany. It has a population of around 8,300.Show on map
Hausen b.WürzburgHausen bei Würzburg is a municipality in the district of Würzburg in Bavaria in Germany. Hausen was founded in 1194, and has a total population of about 800 residents.Show on map
SchwanstettenSchwanstetten is a municipality in the district of Roth, in Bavaria, Germany. Schwanstetten is located 15 km south of Nuremberg. Population is about 7,500 (Dec. 2006).Show on map
Landkreis AltöttingAltötting is a district in Bavaria, Germany. It is bounded by (from the east and clockwise) Austria and the Bavarian districts of Traunstein, Mühldorf and Rottal-Inn.Show on map
Landkreis KelheimKelheim is a district in Bavaria, Germany, bound (from the north and clockwise) by the regions Regensburg, Landshut, Freising, Pfaffenhofen, Eichstätt and Neumarkt.Show on map
Landkreis LichtenfelsLichtenfels is a district in Bavaria, Germany. It is bounded by (from the north and clockwise) the districts of Coburg, Kronach, Kulmbach, Bayreuth and Bamberg.Show on map
Kreisfreie Stadt KaufbeurenKaufbeuren (German pronunciation: is an independent town in the Regierungsbezirk of Swabia, Bavaria. The town is completely enclaved within the district of Ostallgäu.Show on map
ArzbergArzberg () is a town in the district of Wunsiedel, in Bavaria, Germany. It is situated 13 km west of Cheb and 10 km northeast of Marktredwitz.Show on map
GräfenbergGräfenberg is a Franconian town in the district of Forchheim, in Bavaria, Germany. It is situated 16km southeast of Forchheim and 25km northeast of Nuremberg.Show on map
KastlKastl is a municipality in the district of Altötting in Bavaria in Germany. It is the result of a merger of Oberkastl, Unterkastl and Forstkastl in the 1960s.Show on map
HolzheimHolzheim is a municipality in the district of Donau-Ries in Bavaria in Germany. The community had 1,012 inhabitants in 1970, 1,006 in 1987, and 1,145 in 2000.Show on map
PollingPolling is a municipality in the Weilheim-Schongau district, in Bavaria, Germany. It is the birthplace of the 12th century theologian Gerhoh of Reichersberg.Show on map
SchwenningenSchwenningen is a municipality in the district of Dillingen in Bavaria in Germany. The town is a member of the municipal association Höchstädt an der Donau.Show on map
RothRoth (formerly Roth bei Nürnberg) is a town in Bavaria, Germany, the capital of the district (Landkreis) Roth. It is located about 25 km south of Nuremberg.Show on map
BruckbergBruckberg is a municipality in the district of Landshut in Bavaria in Germany. Until 30 April 1978 it belonged to the upper bavarian district of Freising.Show on map
KönigsfeldKönigsfeld is a community in the Upper Franconian district of Bamberg and a member of the administrative community of Steinfeld.Show on map
EmmeringEmmering is a community in the Upper Bavarian district of Ebersberg. It is a member of the administrative community of Aßling.Show on map
TheresTheres is a municipality in the district of Haßberge in Bavaria in Germany. It was once the site of Theres Abbey, but the church was demolished in 1809.Show on map
StockheimStockheim is a municipality in the district of Rhön-Grabfeld in Bavaria in Germany. It is located in the Streu valley between Ostheim and Mellrichstadt.Show on map
EgmatingEgmating is a community in the Upper Bavarian district of Ebersberg. It is a member of the administrative community of Glonn.Show on map
MoosachMoosach is a municipality in the Upper Bavarian district of Ebersberg and a member of the (administrative community) of Glonn.Show on map
AiterhofenAiterhofen is a municipality in the district of Straubing-Bogen in Bavaria, Germany. It is located about 5 km southeast of Straubing in the Gäuboden.Show on map
StammhamStammham is the smallest municipality in the district of Altötting in Bavaria in Germany. It is close to Marktl, the birthplace of Pope Benedict XVI.Show on map
Landkreis EbersbergEbersberg is a district in Bavaria, Germany. It is bounded by (from the north and clockwise) the districts of Erding, Mühldorf, Rosenheim and Munich.Show on map
Landkreis KulmbachKulmbach is a district in Bavaria, Germany. It is bounded by (from the north and clockwise) the districts of Kronach, Hof, Bayreuth and Lichtenfels.Show on map
BruckBruck is a community in the Upper Bavarian district of Ebersberg. It is a member of the administrative community of Glonn.Show on map
LauterLauter is a community in the Upper Franconian district of Bamberg and a member of the administrative community of Baunach.Show on map
SteinStein is a municipality in the district of Fürth, in Bavaria, Germany. It is situated 7 km south of Fürth, and 7 km southwest of Nuremberg (centre).Show on map
ArnsteinArnstein () is a town in the Main-Spessart district in the Regierungsbezirk of Lower Franconia (Unterfranken) in Bavaria, Germany.Show on map
ErgersheimErgersheim is a municipality in the Middle Franconian district of Neustadt (Aisch)-Bad Windsheim. Administrative offices are located in Uffenheim.Show on map
LautertalLautertal is a municipality in the district of Coburg in Bavaria in Germany. Near Lautertal, there was between 1952 and 1992 a DECCA-transmitter.Show on map
PottensteinPottenstein is a town in the district of Bayreuth, in Bavaria, Germany. It is situated 23 km southwest of Bayreuth, and 26 km east of Forchheim.Show on map
KönigsmoosKönigsmoos is a municipality in the district of in Bavaria in Germany. It is located within the Old Bavarian Donaumoos.Show on map
FreyungFreyung is a town in Bavaria, Germany, capital of the Freyung-Grafenau district. It is situated in the Bavarian Forest mountain range, near the border with Austria and the Czech Republic.Show on map
VillenbachVillenbach is a municipality in the district of Dillingen in Bavaria in Germany. The town is a member of the municipal association Wertingen.Show on map
MühlhausenMühlhausen is a municipality in the district of Neumarkt in Bavaria in Germany. The commune of Mühlhausen includes the following localities:Show on map
FreudenbergFreudenberg is a municipality in the Amberg-Sulzbach district, in Bavaria, Germany. It is situated approximately 10 km north-east of Amberg.Show on map
BreitenbrunnBreitenbrunn is a municipality in the district of Unterallgäu in Bavaria, Germany. The town has a municipal association with Pfaffenhausen.Show on map
Upper PalatinateThe Upper Palatinate (German: Oberpfalz) is one of the seven administrative districts of Bavaria, Germany, located in the east of Bavaria.Show on map
OberriedenOberrieden is a municipality in the district of Unterallgäu in Bavaria, Germany. The town has a municipal association with Pfaffenhausen.Show on map
Lower BavariaLower Bavaria (German: Niederbayern) is one of the seven administrative regions of Bavaria, Germany, located in the east of the state.Show on map
LeinachLeinach is a municipality in the district of Würzburg in Bavaria in Germany. It includes the villages of Unterleinach and Oberleinach.Show on map
BessenbachBessenbach is a community in the Aschaffenburg district in the Regierungsbezirk of Lower Franconia (Unterfranken) in Bavaria, Germany.Show on map
LachenLachen is a municipality in the district of Unterallgäu in Bavaria, Germany. The town has a municipal association with Memmingerberg.Show on map
FrauenneuhartingFrauenneuharting is a community in the district of Ebersberg in Upper Bavaria and a member of the administrative community of Aßling.Show on map
RiegseeRiegsee is a municipality in the district of in Bavaria, Germany. The town lies on a lake of the same name.Show on map
WesterheimWesterheim is a municipality in the district of Unterallgäu in Bavaria, Germany. The town has a municipal association with Erkheim.Show on map
CollenbergCollenberg is a community in the Miltenberg district in the Regierungsbezirk of Lower Franconia (Unterfranken) in Bavaria, Germany. It has a population of about 2,400.Show on map
RammingenRammingen is a municipality in the district of Unterallgäu in Bavaria, Germany. The town has a municipal association with Türkheim.Show on map
StettenStetten is a municipality in the district of Unterallgäu in Bavaria, Germany. The town has a municipal association with Dirlewang.Show on map
KammlachKammlach is a municipality in the district of Unterallgäu in Bavaria, Germany. The town has a municipal association with Erkheim.Show on map
ÜberseeÜbersee is a municipality in the rural district of Traunstein, in Bavaria, Germany. It lies on the south shore of lake Chiemsee.Show on map
WörnitzWörnitz is a municipality in the district of Ansbach, in Bavaria, Germany. It is situated on the river Wörnitz, west of Ansbach.Show on map
Berchtesgadener LandBerchtesgadener Land is a district in Bavaria, Germany. It is bounded by the district of Traunstein and by the state of Austria.Show on map
AmbergAmberg is a municipality in the district of Unterallgäu in Bavaria, Germany. The town has a municipal association with Türkheim.Show on map
Altstadt-LehelAltstadt and Lehel are districts of the German city of Munich. Together they form the first borough of the city: Altstadt-Lehel.Show on map
FrankenwinheimFrankenwinheim is a village in the district of Schweinfurt in Bavaria, Germany and part of Gerolzhofen.Show on map
LaubenLauben is a municipality in the district of Unterallgäu in Bavaria, Germany. The town has a municipal association with Erkheim.Show on map
AdelshofenAdelshofen is a municipality in the district of Ansbach in Bavaria in Germany. It is also the birthplace of Amina J. Mohammed.Show on map
OberaurachOberaurach is a municipality in the district of Haßberge in Bavaria in Germany. There are 8 quarters belonging to Oberaurach: \n* Dankenfeld and Seesbühl \n* Fatschenbrunn \n* Kirchaich and Nützelsbach \n* Neuschleichach \n* Oberschleichach \n* Tretzendorf \n* Trossenfurt and Hummelmarter \n* UnterschleichachShow on map
ElchingenElchingen is a municipality about 7 km east of Ulm–Neu-Ulm in the district of Neu-Ulm in Bavaria, Germany Municipality parts: \n* Thalfingen: 4 211 residents, 8.83 km² \n* Oberelchingen: 3 024 residents, 7.31 km² \n* Unterelchingen: 2 863 residents, 8.76 km²Show on map
PoingPoing is a municipality in the Upper Bavarian district of Ebersberg, lying 18 kilometres (11 mi) east of central Munich.Show on map
Au-HaidhausenAu-Haidhausen is the 5th borough of the German city of Munich, Bavaria. It is formed by the Au and Haidhausen districts.Show on map
MerkendorfMerkendorf is a municipality in the district of Ansbach, in Bavaria, Germany. It is situated 14 km southeast of Ansbach.Show on map
FichtelbergFichtelberg is a municipality in the district of Bayreuth in Bavaria in Germany. It is a state-recognised climatic spa.Show on map
HollenbachHollenbach is a municipality in the district of Aichach-Friedberg in Bavaria in Germany. It has about 2400 inhabitants.Show on map
CastellCastell is a municipality in the district of Kitzingen in Bavaria in Germany. It was the seat of the Counts of Castell. Today it is part of the municipal association Wiesentheid. It has around 800 inhabitants.Show on map
BergBerg is a municipality in the district of Starnberg in Bavaria, Germany.It is most famous for the royal Berg Castle.Show on map
KirchhamKirchham (literally Churcham) is a municipality in the district of Passau in Bavaria in Germany. Kirchham has 27 Ortsteile (subdivisions):Show on map
RohrdorfRohrdorf is a municipality in the district of Rosenheim in Upper Bavaria, Germany. It is located in the Inn valley.Show on map
HofstettenHofstetten is a municipality in the district of Landsberg in Bavaria in Germany. It has 1759 inhabitants.Show on map
Trudering-RiemTrudering-Riem is the 15th borough of Munich, Bavaria, consisting of the districts Trudering and Riem.Show on map
WeigenheimWeigenheim is a municipality in the district of Neustadt (Aisch)-Bad Windsheim in Bavaria in Germany.Show on map
LangenfeldLangenfeld is a municipality in the district of Neustadt (Aisch)-Bad Windsheim in Bavaria in Germany.Show on map
BergheimBergheim is a municipality in the district of the state of Bavaria in Germany.Show on map
Upper BavariaUpper Bavaria (German: Oberbayern) is one of the seven administrative districts of Bavaria, Germany.Show on map
ChamCham (German pronunciation: [ˈkaːm] (13px listen)) is the capital of the district of Cham in the Upper Palatinate in Bavaria in Germany.Show on map
TrainTrain is one of the many municipalities of Germany in the district of Kelheim in Bavaria in Germany.Show on map
Sankt Oswald-RiedlhütteSankt Oswald-Riedlhütte is a municipality in the district of Freyung-Grafenau in Bavaria in Germany.Show on map
SchwanthalerhöheSchwanthalerhöhe is an Munich U-Bahn station in Munich on the U4 and U5 of the Munich U-Bahn system.Show on map
Rohrbachis a municipality in the district of Pfaffenhofen in Bavaria in Germany.Show on map
Höchstädt i.FichtelgebirgeHöchstädt im Fichtelgebirge is a municipality in the district of Wunsiedel in Bavaria in Germany.Show on map
Saaldorf-SurheimSaaldorf-Surheim is a municipality in the district of Berchtesgadener Land in Bavaria in Germany.Show on map
Pasing-ObermenzingPasing is a district in the city of Munich, Germany, and part of the borough Pasing-Obermenzing.Show on map
SelbitzSelbitz is a town in the district of Hof, in Bavaria, Germany. It is situated 12 km west of Hof.Show on map
ItzgrundItzgrund (valley of the Itz) is a municipality in the district of Coburg in Bavaria in Germany.Show on map
KönigsdorfKönigsdorf is a municipality in the district of Bad in Bavaria in Germany.Show on map
SchwarzenbachSchwarzenbach is a municipality in the district of Neustadt (Waldnaab) in Bavaria in Germany.Show on map
AuerbachAuerbach (German pronunciation: [ˈaʊ̯ɐˌbax] (13px listen)) is a municipality in the district of Deggendorf in Bavaria in Germany.Show on map
EdlingEdling is a village and a municipality in the district of Rosenheim in Bavaria in Germany.Show on map
BrunnenBrunnen is a municipality in the district of in Bavaria in Germany.Show on map
Rieden am ForggenseeRieden am Forggensee is a municipality in the district of Ostallgäu in Bavaria in Germany.Show on map
KottgeiseringKottgeisering is a municipality in the district of Fürstenfeldbruck in Bavaria in Germany.Show on map
MittelstettenMittelstetten is a municipality in the district of Fürstenfeldbruck in Bavaria in Germany.Show on map
SwabiaSwabia (German: Schwaben) is one of the seven administrative regions of Bavaria, Germany.Show on map
ThurmansbangThurmansbang is a municipality in the district of Freyung-Grafenau in Bavaria in Germany.Show on map
TrogenTrogen is a municipality in Upper Franconia in the district of Hof in Bavaria in Germany.Show on map
PetersdorfPetersdorf is a municipality in the district of Aichach-Friedberg in Bavaria in Germany.Show on map
WestheimWestheim is a municipality in the district, in Bavaria, Germany.Show on map
Schwarzach am MainSchwarzach am Main is a municipality in the district of Kitzingen in Bavaria in Germany.Show on map
Asbach-BäumenheimAsbach-Bäumenheim is a municipality in the district of Donau-Ries in Bavaria in Germany.Show on map
WessobrunnWessobrunn is a municipality in the district of Weilheim-Schongau in Bavaria in Germany.Show on map
HattenhofenHattenhofen is a municipality in the district of Fürstenfeldbruck in Bavaria in Germany.Show on map
AdelshofenAdelshofen is a municipality in the district of Fürstenfeldbruck in Bavaria in Germany.Show on map
Staudach-EgerndachStaudach-Egerndach is a municipality in the district of Traunstein in Bavaria, Germany.Show on map
AurachtalAurachtal is a municipality in the district of in Bavaria, Germany.Show on map
SteindorfSteindorf is a municipality in the district of Aichach-Friedberg in Bavaria in Germany.Show on map
FurthFurth bei Landshut is a municipality in the district of Landshut in Bavaria in Germany.Show on map
EurasburgEurasburg is a municipality in the district of Aichach-Friedberg in Bavaria in Germany.Show on map
HartensteinHartenstein is a municipality in the district of Nürnberger Land in Bavaria in Germany.Show on map
OffenhausenOffenhausen is a municipality in the district of Nürnberger Land in Bavaria in Germany.Show on map
RückersdorfRückersdorf is a municipality in the district of Nürnberger Land in Bavaria in Germany.Show on map
AltendorfAltendorf is a community in the Upper Franconian district of Bamberg, Bavaria, Germany.Show on map
AdelsdorfAdelsdorf is a municipality in the district of in Bavaria, Germany.Show on map
GroßenseebachGroßenseebach is a village in the district of Erlangen-Höchstadt in Bavaria in Germany.Show on map
AngerAnger is a municipality in the district of Berchtesgadener Land in Bavaria in Germany.Show on map
HirschbachHirschbach is a municipality in the district of Amberg-Sulzbach in Bavaria in Germany.Show on map
BergenBergen is a municipality in the district, in Bavaria, Germany.Show on map
Nordheim a.MainNordheim am Main is a municipality in the district of Kitzingen in Bavaria in Germany.Show on map
BernriedBernried is a municipality in the district of Deggendorf in Bavaria in Germany.Show on map
OberottmarshausenOberottmarshausen is a municipality in the district of Augsburg in Bavaria in Germany.Show on map
EmmeringEmmering is a municipality in the district of Fürstenfeldbruck in Bavaria in Germany.Show on map
SindelsdorfSindelsdorf is a municipality in the Weilheim-Schongau district, in Bavaria, Germany.Show on map
RodingRoding is a town in the district of Cham, in Bavaria, Germany, near the Czech border.Show on map
FeldkirchenFeldkirchen is a municipality in the district of Straubing-Bogen in Bavaria, Germany.Show on map
RehlingRehling is a municipality in the district of Aichach-Friedberg in Bavaria in Germany.Show on map
OberreichenbachOberreichenbach is a town in the district of in Bavaria, Germany.Show on map
KirchenpingartenKirchenpingarten is a municipality in the district of Bayreuth in Bavaria in Germany.Show on map
KleinsendelbachKleinsendelbach is a municipality in the district of Forchheim in Bavaria in Germany.Show on map
NeukirchenNeukirchen is a municipality in the district of Straubing-Bogen in Bavaria, Germany.Show on map
RattenbergRattenberg is a municipality in the district of Straubing-Bogen in Bavaria, Germany.Show on map
Bad Grönenbach, MarktBad Grönenbach is a municipality in the district of Unterallgäu in Bavaria, Germany.Show on map
KleinrinderfeldKleinrinderfeld is a municipality in the district of Würzburg in Bavaria in Germany.Show on map
BirglandBirgland is a municipality in the district of Amberg-Sulzbach in Bavaria in Germany.Show on map
OberhausenOberhausen is a municipality in the Weilheim-Schongau district, in Bavaria, Germany.Show on map
AltenstadtAltenstadt is a municipality in the Weilheim-Schongau district, in Bavaria, Germany.Show on map
HohenauHohenau is a municipality in the district of Freyung-Grafenau in Bavaria in Germany.Show on map
KlosterlechfeldKlosterlechfeld is a municipality in the district of Augsburg in Bavaria in Germany.Show on map
RödelmaierRödelmaier is a municipality in the district of Rhön-Grabfeld in Bavaria in Germany.Show on map
MittelneufnachMittelneufnach is a municipality in the district of Augsburg in Bavaria in Germany.Show on map
UntermeitingenUntermeitingen is a municipality in the district of Augsburg in Bavaria in Germany.Show on map
ObermeitingenObermeitingen is a municipality in the district of Landsberg in Bavaria in Germany.Show on map
WildsteigWildsteig is a municipality in the Weilheim-Schongau district, in Bavaria, Germany.Show on map
IngenriedIngenried is a municipality in the Weilheim-Schongau district, in Bavaria, Germany.Show on map
PullenreuthPullenreuth is a municipality in the district of Tirschenreuth in Bavaria, Germany. \n* town hall \n* churchShow on map
HaselbachHaselbach is a municipality in the district of Straubing-Bogen in Bavaria, Germany.Show on map
FriedenfelsFriedenfels is a municipality in the district of Tirschenreuth in Bavaria, Germany.Show on map
EnsdorfEnsdorf is a municipality in the district of Amberg-Sulzbach in Bavaria in Germany.Show on map
SteinachSteinach is a municipality in the district of Straubing-Bogen in Bavaria, Germany.Show on map
RiedRied is a municipality in the district of Aichach-Friedberg in Bavaria in Germany.Show on map
EberfingEberfing is a municipality in the Weilheim-Schongau district, in Bavaria, Germany.Show on map
HuglfingHuglfing is a municipality in the Weilheim-Schongau district, in Bavaria, Germany.Show on map
RaistingRaisting is a municipality in the Weilheim-Schongau district, in Bavaria, Germany.Show on map
TagmersheimTagmersheim is a municipality in the district of Donau-Ries in Bavaria in Germany.Show on map
KleinaitingenKleinaitingen is a municipality in the district of Augsburg in Bavaria in Germany.Show on map
SandbergSandberg is a municipality in the district of Rhön-Grabfeld in Bavaria in Germany.Show on map
WollbachWollbach is a municipality in the district of Rhön-Grabfeld in Bavaria in Germany.Show on map
ScherstettenScherstetten is a municipality in the district of Augsburg in Bavaria in Germany.Show on map
Sankt WolfgangSankt Wolfgang is a municipality in the district of Erding in Bavaria in Germany.Show on map
UnterdießenUnterdießen is a municipality in the district of Landsberg in Bavaria in Germany.Show on map
ReimlingenReimlingen is a municipality in the district of Donau-Ries in Bavaria in Germany.Show on map
BurggenBurggen is a municipality in the Weilheim-Schongau district, in Bavaria, Germany.Show on map
SyrgensteinSyrgenstein is a municipality in the district of Dillingen in Bavaria in Germany.Show on map
GermaringenGermaringen is a municipality in the district of Ostallgäu in Bavaria in Germany.Show on map
RauhenebrachRauhenebrach is a municipality in the district of Haßberge in Bavaria in Germany.Show on map
StubenbergStubenberg is a municipality in the district of Rottal-Inn in Bavaria in Germany.Show on map
HaibachHaibach is a municipality in the district of Straubing-Bogen in Bavaria, Germany.Show on map
FalkenbergFalkenberg is a municipality in the district of Rottal-Inn in Bavaria in Germany.Show on map
OberpleichfeldOberpleichfeld is a municipality in the district of Würzburg in Bavaria, Germany.Show on map
WeilersbachWeilersbach is a municipality in the district of Forchheim in Bavaria in Germany.Show on map
Dörfles-EsbachDörfles-Esbach is a municipality in the district of Coburg in Bavaria in Germany.Show on map
LeutenbachLeutenbach is a municipality in the district of Forchheim in Bavaria in Germany.Show on map
LeonbergLeonberg is a municipality in the district of Tirschenreuth in Bavaria, Germany.Show on map
DenkendorfDenkendorf is a municipality in the district of Eichstätt in Bavaria in Germany.Show on map
RöttenbachRöttenbach is a town in the district of in Bavaria, Germany.Show on map
BayerbachBayerbach is a municipality in the district of Rottal-Inn in Bavaria in Germany.Show on map
WitzmannsbergWitzmannsberg is a municipality in the district of Passau in Bavaria in Germany.Show on map
MottenMotten is a municipality in the district of Bad Kissingen in Bavaria in Germany.Show on map
HausenHausen is a municipality in the district of Rhön-Grabfeld in Bavaria in Germany.Show on map
GeorgenbergGeorgenberg is a municipality in the district of Neustadt in Bavaria in Germany.Show on map
Oberndorf a.LechOberndorf is a municipality in the district of Donau-Ries in Bavaria in Germany.Show on map
WiesenttalWiesenttal is a municipality in the district of Forchheim in Bavaria in Germany.Show on map
HeldensteinHeldenstein is a municipality in the district of Mühldorf in Bavaria in Germany.Show on map
MaihingenMaihingen is a municipality in the district of Donau-Ries in Bavaria in Germany.Show on map
FensterbachFensterbach is a municipality in the district of Schwandorf in Bavaria, Germany.Show on map
MunningenMunningen is a municipality in the district of Donau-Ries in Bavaria in Germany.Show on map
TaufkirchenTaufkirchen is a municipality in the district of Mühldorf in Bavaria in Germany.Show on map
PaunzhausenPaunzhausen is a municipality in the district of Freising in Bavaria in Germany.Show on map
SteinkirchenSteinkirchen is a municipality in the district of Erding in Bavaria in Germany.Show on map
ApfeldorfApfeldorf is a municipality in the district of Landsberg in Bavaria in Germany.Show on map
HeretsriedHeretsried is a municipality in the district of Augsburg in Bavaria in Germany.Show on map
BonstettenBonstetten is a municipality in the district of Augsburg in Bavaria in Germany.Show on map
WestendorfWestendorf is a municipality in the district of Augsburg in Bavaria in Germany.Show on map
BreitbrunnBreitbrunn is a municipality in the district of Haßberge in Bavaria in Germany.Show on map
HaldenwangHaldenwang is a municipality in the district of Günzburg in Bavaria in Germany.Show on map
RettenbachRettenbach is a municipality in the district of Günzburg in Bavaria in Germany.Show on map
WinterbachWinterbach is a municipality in the district of Günzburg in Bavaria in Germany.Show on map
MettenheimMettenheim is a municipality in the district of Mühldorf in Bavaria in Germany.Show on map
BuchdorfBuchdorf is a municipality in the district of Donau-Ries in Bavaria in Germany.Show on map
WiesenbachWiesenbach is a municipality in the district of Günzburg in Bavaria in Germany.Show on map
EmmertingEmmerting is a municipality in the district of Altötting in Bavaria in Germany.Show on map
TiefenbachTiefenbach is a municipality in the district of Landshut in Bavaria in Germany.Show on map
MistelbachMistelbach is a municipality in the district of Bayreuth in Bavaria in Germany.Show on map
GlashüttenGlashütten is a municipality in the district of Bayreuth in Bavaria in Germany.Show on map
WolfseggWolfsegg is a municipality in the district of Regensburg in Bavaria in Germany.Show on map
SchwabhausenSchwabhausen is a municipality in the district of Dachau in Bavaria in Germany.Show on map
ReichenbachReichenbach is a municipality in the district of Kronach in Bavaria in Germany.Show on map
VierkirchenVierkirchen is a municipality in the district of Dachau in Bavaria in Germany.Show on map
BergkirchenBergkirchen is a municipality in the district of Dachau in Bavaria in Germany.Show on map
AltendorfAltendorf is a municipality in the district of Schwandorf in Bavaria, Germany.Show on map
TrausnitzTrausnitz is a municipality in the district of Schwandorf in Bavaria, Germany.Show on map
StammhamStammham is a municipality in the district of Eichstätt in Bavaria in Germany.Show on map
WiesentWiesent is a municipality in the district of Regensburg in Bavaria in Germany.Show on map
BeutelsbachBeutelsbach is a municipality in the district of Passau in Bavaria in Germany.Show on map
BreitenbergBreitenberg is a municipality in the district of Passau in Bavaria in Germany.Show on map
RimbachRimbach is a municipality in the district of Rottal-Inn in Bavaria in Germany.Show on map
RainRain is a municipality in the district of Straubing-Bogen in Bavaria, Germany.Show on map
KirchheimKirchheim is a municipality in the district of Würzburg in Bavaria in Germany.Show on map
WettringenWettringen is a municipality in the district of Ansbach in Bavaria in Germany.Show on map
WonnebergWonneberg is a municipality in the district of Traunstein in Bavaria, Germany.Show on map
HummeltalHummeltal is a municipality in the district of Bayreuth in Bavaria in Germany.Show on map
MünsterMünster (Central Bavarian: Minschda am Leech) is a municipality in the district of Donau-Ries in Bavaria in Germany.Show on map
KammeltalKammeltal is a municipality in the district of Günzburg in Bavaria in Germany.Show on map
FuchstalFuchstal is a municipality in the district of Landsberg in Bavaria in Germany.Show on map
RöglingRögling is a municipality in the district of Donau-Ries in Bavaria in Germany.Show on map
PfaffingPfaffing is a municipality in the district of Rosenheim in Bavaria in Germany.Show on map
PremPrem is a municipality in the Weilheim-Schongau district, in Bavaria, Germany.Show on map
HundingHunding is a municipality in the district of Deggendorf in Bavaria in Germany.Show on map
KünzingKünzing is a municipality in the district of Deggendorf in Bavaria in Germany.Show on map
KirchdorfKirchdorf is a municipality in the district of Mühldorf in Bavaria in Germany.Show on map
ThainingThaining is a municipality in the district of Landsberg in Bavaria in Germany.Show on map
BellenbergBellenberg is a municipality in the district of Neu-Ulm in Bavaria in Germany.Show on map
SalzSalz is a municipality in the district of Rhön-Grabfeld in Bavaria in Germany.Show on map
HolzheimHolzheim is a municipality in the district of Dillingen in Bavaria in Germany.Show on map
SontheimSontheim is a municipality in the district of Unterallgäu in Bavaria, Germany.Show on map
BuxheimBuxheim is a municipality in the district of Unterallgäu in Bavaria, Germany.Show on map
MehringMehring is a municipality in the district of Altötting in Bavaria in Germany.Show on map
PenzingPenzing (German pronunciation: [ˈpɛnʦɪŋ] (13px listen)) is a municipality in the district of Landsberg in Bavaria in Germany.Show on map
JettenbachJettenbach is a municipality in the district of Mühldorf in Bavaria, Germany.Show on map
FinningFinning is a municipality in the district of Landsberg in Bavaria in Germany.Show on map
KienbergKienberg is a municipality in the district of Traunstein in Bavaria, Germany.Show on map
LaubenLauben is a municipality in the district of Oberallgäu in Bavaria in Germany.Show on map
BibertalBibertal is a municipality in the district of Günzburg in Bavaria in Germany.Show on map
AltertheimAltertheim is a municipality in the district of Würzburg in Bavaria, Germany.Show on map
RoßbachRossbach is a municipality in the district of Rottal-Inn in Bavaria, Germany.Show on map
TiefenbachTiefenbach is a municipality in the district of Passau in Bavaria in Germany.Show on map
ErlbachErlbach is a municipality in the district of Altötting in Bavaria in Germany.Show on map
HaimingHaiming is a municipality in the district of Altötting in Bavaria in Germany.Show on map
KirchdorfKirchdorf is a municipality in the district of Kelheim in Bavaria in Germany.Show on map
BruckbergBruckberg is a municipality in the district of Ansbach in Bavaria in Germany.Show on map
TröstauTröstau is a municipality in the district of Wunsiedel in Bavaria in Germany.Show on map
BrandBrand is a municipality in the district of Tirschenreuth in Bavaria, Germany.Show on map
KastlKastl is a municipality in the district of Tirschenreuth in Bavaria, Germany.Show on map
PuschendorfPuschendorf is a municipality in the district of Fürth in Bavaria in Germany.Show on map
StockheimStockheim is a municipality in the district of Kronach in Bavaria in Germany.Show on map
BuxheimBuxheim is a municipality in the district of Eichstätt in Bavaria in Germany.Show on map
PoxdorfPoxdorf is a municipality in the district of Forchheim in Bavaria in Germany.Show on map
HausenHausen is a municipality in the district of Forchheim in Bavaria in Germany.Show on map
WeidingWeiding is a municipality in the district of Schwandorf in Bavaria, Germany.Show on map
FraunbergFraunberg is a municipality in the district of Erding in Bavaria in Germany.Show on map
KürnachKürnach is a municipality in the district of Würzburg in Bavaria in Germany.Show on map
KirchbergKirchberg is a municipality in the district of Erding in Bavaria in Germany.Show on map
KröningKröning is a municipality in the district of Landshut in Bavaria in Germany.Show on map
EisenheimEisenheim is a municipality in the district of Würzburg in Bavaria, Germany.Show on map
IglingIgling is a municipality in the district of Landsberg in Bavaria in Germany.Show on map
PollingPolling is a municipality in the district of Mühldorf in Bavaria in Germany.Show on map
HolzheimHolzheim is a municipality in the district of Neu-Ulm in Bavaria in Germany.Show on map
EhingenEhingen is a municipality in the district of Augsburg in Bavaria in Germany.Show on map
RiedenRieden is a municipality in the district of Ostallgäu in Bavaria in Germany.Show on map
MoosMoos is a municipality in the district of Deggendorf in Bavaria in Germany.Show on map
GrabenGraben is a municipality in the district of Augsburg in Bavaria in Germany.Show on map
GlöttGlött is a municipality in the district of Dillingen in Bavaria in Germany.Show on map
TiefenbachTiefenbach is a municipality in the district of Cham in Bavaria in Germany.Show on map
BergenBergen is a municipality in the district of Traunstein in Bavaria, Germany.Show on map
NeuchingNeuching is a municipality in the district of Erding in Bavaria in Germany.Show on map
EisingenEisingen is a municipality in the district of Würzburg in Bavaria, Germany.Show on map
HohenwarthHohenwarth is a municipality in the district of Cham in Bavaria in Germany.Show on map
RettenbachRettenbach is a municipality in the district of Cham in Bavaria in Germany.Show on map
SchorndorfSchorndorf is a municipality in the district of Cham in Bavaria in Germany.Show on map
EchingEching is a municipality in the district of Landshut in Bavaria in Germany.Show on map
BockhornBockhorn is a municipality in the district of Erding in Bavaria in Germany.Show on map
EhingenEhingen is a municipality in the district of Ansbach in Bavaria in Germany.Show on map
NagelNagel is a municipality in the district of Wunsiedel in Bavaria in Germany.Show on map
Sachsen b.AnsbachSachsen is a municipality in the district of Ansbach in Bavaria in Germany.Show on map
RöttenbachRöttenbach is a municipality in the district of Roth, in Bavaria, Germany.Show on map
AurachAurach is a municipality in the district of Ansbach in Bavaria in Germany.Show on map
BiburgBiburg is a municipality in the district of Kelheim in Bavaria in Germany.Show on map
WeilWeil is a municipality in the district of Landsberg in Bavaria in Germany.Show on map
NeuriedNeuried is a municipality in the district of Munich in Bavaria in Germany.Show on map
WangWang is a municipality in the district of Freising in Bavaria in Germany.Show on map
EllgauEllgau is a municipality in the district of Augsburg in Bavaria, Germany.Show on map
KötzKötz is a municipality in the district of Günzburg in Bavaria in Germany.Show on map
KistKist is a municipality in the district of Würzburg in Bavaria in Germany.Show on map
HaagHaag is a municipality in the district of Bayreuth in Bavaria in Germany.Show on map
Neumarkt in der OberpfalzBerg is a municipality in the district of Neumarkt in Bavaria in Germany.Show on map
AhornAhorn is a municipality in the district of Coburg in Bavaria in Germany.Show on map
WeidingWeiding is a municipality in the district of Cham in Bavaria in Germany.Show on map
LohbergLohberg is a municipality in the district of Cham in Bavaria in Germany.Show on map
BurkBurk is a municipality in the district of Ansbach in Bavaria in Germany.Show on map
WörthWörth is a municipality in the district of Erding in Bavaria in Germany.Show on map
KutzenhausenKutzenhausen is a municipality in Augsburg district, Bavaria in Germany.Show on map
GundelsheimGundelsheim is a community in the Upper Franconian district of Bamberg.Show on map
RegenRegen is a town in Bavaria, Germany, capital of the district of Regen.Show on map
ZellZell is a municipality in the district of Cham in Bavaria in Germany.Show on map
HadernHadern is the 20th borough of the Bavarian city of Munich in Germany.Show on map
Allach-UntermenzingAllach-Untermenzing is the 23rd borough of Munich, Bavaria, Germany.Show on map
RohrRohr is a municipality in the district of Roth, in Bavaria, Germany.Show on map
OberhaidOberhaid is a community in the Upper Franconian district of Bamberg.Show on map
BergBerg is a municipality in the district of Hof in Bavaria in Germany.Show on map
Berg am LaimBerg am Laim is a southeastern borough of Munich, Bavaria, Germany.Show on map
Vilshofen an der DonauVilshofen an der Donau is a town in the German district of Passau.Show on map
EchingShow on map
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KaltentalKaltental is a district of Stuttgart in Swabia in Germany.Show on map
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Sendling-WestparkSendling-Westpark is the 7th borough of Munich.Show on map
LaimOriginally its own independent locality, Laim was in existence before Munich. It was first documented between 1047 and 1053 as loco leima (in Leim village). The municipality was formed in 1818 and consolidated into Munich on 1 January 1900. At that time the village centre was Laim meadow, which was inaugurated on its return to the people on 1 and 2 July 2000, with festivities celebrating the 100 year incorporation of Laim into Munich. Opposite the meadow is the Catholic St. Ulrich-Kirche (St. Ulrich's Church). The name Leim comes from the German word Lehm meaning clay and Lehmboden meaning clay soil. Earlier Laim used the 21 series post code, however nowadays the codes 80686 - 80689 are utilised.Show on map
Different buildings in Bavaria
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OktoberfestOktoberfest (German pronunciation: is the world's largest Volksfest (beer festival and travelling funfair). Held annually in Munich, Bavaria, Germany, it is a 16- to 18-day folk festival running from mid or late September to the first weekend in October, with more than 6 million people from around the world attending the event every year. Locally, it is often called the Wiesn, after the colloquial name for the fairgrounds (Theresienwiese). The Oktoberfest is an important part of Bavarian culture, having been held since 1810. Other cities across the world also hold Oktoberfest celebrations that are modelled after the original Munich event.Show on map
Wies ChurchThe Pilgrimage Church of Wies (German: Wieskirche) is an oval rococo church, designed in the late 1740s by Dominikus Zimmermann, who lived nearby for the last eleven years of his life. It is located in the foothills of the Alps, in the municipality of Steingaden in the Weilheim-Schongau district, Bavaria, Germany. The Wieskirche was added to the UNESCO World Heritage List in 1983 and underwent extensive restoration between 1985 and 1991.Show on map
Allianz ArenaThe Allianz Arena [ʔaˈli̯ants ʔaˌʁeːnaː] (13px listen) is a football stadium in Munich, Bavaria, Germany with a 75,000 seating capacity. Widely known for its exterior of inflated ETFE plastic panels, it is the first stadium in the world with a full colour changing exterior. Located at 25 at the northern edge of Munich's Schwabing-Freimann borough on the Fröttmaning Heath, it is the second largest arena in Germany behind only Signal Iduna Park in Dortmund.Show on map
Botanischer Garten München-NymphenburgThe Botanischer Garten (21.20 hectares) is a botanical garden and arboretum located at Menzinger Str. 65, Munich, Bavaria, Germany. It is open daily, except on 24 and 31 December; an admission fee is charged. Munich's first botanical garden, now called the \"old botanical garden\", was established in 1809 to designs by Friedrich Ludwig von Sckell near Karlsplatz, where its remains are still visible. The garden also maintains an external station, the Alpengarten auf dem Schachen (1,860 m altitude).Show on map
Riem ArcadenThe Riem Arcaden is the third largest shopping mall in Munich after the and the Einkaufs-Center Neuperlach – pep. It was built according to the design of Allmann Sattler Wappner in the Riem Messestadt district at the Willy-Brandt-Platz and opened on 10 March 2004. Made up of three floors and 46,500 m2 retail space, and well known store chains are represented in about 120 stores. The Riem Arcaden include a parking garage with 2,700 parking spaces, 30,000 m2 of office space, 62 apartments and a hotel with 250 rooms.Show on map
Hellabrunn ZooHellabrunn Zoo (or Tierpark Hellabrunn in German) is a 36-hectare (89-acre) zoological garden in the Bavarian capital of Munich. The zoo is situated on the right bank of the river Isar, in the southern part of Munich near the quarter of Thalkirchen. As the groundwater level here is rather high and the water is of very good quality, the zoo can cover its needs for freshwater by using its own wells.Show on map
Sankt BartholomäSt. Bartholomew's (German: St. Bartholomä) is a Roman Catholic pilgrimage church in the Berchtesgadener Land district of Bavaria in Germany. It is named after Saint Bartholomew the Apostle (Bartholomäus in German), patron of alpine farmers and dairymen. The church is located at the western shore of the Königssee lake, on the Hirschau peninsula. It can only be reached by ship or after a long hike across the surrounding mountains.Show on map
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Audi Museum MobileAudi AG (pronounced [ˈʔaʊ̯dɪ ʔaːˈgeː] (13px listen)) is a German automobile manufacturer that designs, engineers, produces, markets and distributes luxury vehicles. Audi oversees worldwide operations from its headquarters in Ingolstadt, Bavaria, Germany. Audi-branded vehicles are produced in nine production facilities worldwide.Show on map
Kraftwerk IrschingIrsching Power Station is close to the city of Vohburg, Germany, and is operated as a so-called peak load power station. From the original three units only unit 3 with a capacity of 415 MW is operated, the other two units, with a capacity of 151 MW (unit 1) and 312 MW (unit 2), are in cold reserve. The power station can be operated with light fuel oil and with natural gas. The owner and operator of the units 3 and 4 is E.ON Kraftwerke, a subsidiary of E.ON Energy, while Unit 5 is owned by Irsching, a joint venture of E.ON Kraftwerke, N-ERGIE, Mainova and HEAG Südhessische Energie, and operated by E.ON Kraftwerke.Show on map
KarlstorKarlstor in Munich (called Neuhauser Tor until 1791) is one of what used to be Munich's famed city wall from the medieval ages till late into the 18th century. It served as a major defensive fortification and checkpoint.Show on map
SchneefernerhausThe Schneefernerhaus is a former hotel in the Alps, that is now used as an environmental research station. It lies immediately below the summit of the Zugspitze at a height of 2,650 m and was opened on 20 June 1931. It used to house the top station of the Bavarian Zugspitze Railway as well as a tourist hotel. There was then a cable car from the Schneefernerhaus to the Zugspitze summit. In 1938 a gallery for pedestrians was opened from the ridge station of the Tyrolean Zugspitze Cable Car to the Schneefernerhaus. From 1945 to 1952 the hotel was commandeered for use as a \"recreation facility\" by the US Forces.Show on map
Munich International AirportMunich Airport (IATA: MUC, ICAO: EDDM), German: Flughafen München, is a major international airport near Munich, the capital of Bavaria. It is the second busiest airport in Germany in terms of passenger traffic behind Frankfurt Airport, and the seventh busiest airport in Europe, handling 40,9 million passengers in 2015. It is the world's 15th busiest airport in terms of international passenger traffic, and was the 34th busiest airport worldwide in 2015. As of March 2015, the airport features flights to 228 destinations in 66 countries. Munich Airport serves as the secondary hub for Lufthansa including Lufthansa Regional and its Star Alliance partners besides Frankfurt.Show on map
Pumpspeicherkraftwerk LangenprozeltenThe Langenprozelten Pumped Storage Station is a pumped storage power station near Gemünden am Main at the Main in the under-Frankish district Main Spessart (Bavaria), which went in service in 1976. The hydro-electric power plant has an output of 180 megawatts (240,000 hp). It uses two Francis turbines. The reservoirs are connected by 1.3 kilometres (0.81 mi) long pipes. The maximum head is 320 metres (1,050 ft). The upper reservoir has a capacity of approximately 1.5 million cubic metres (1,200 acre·ft). The maximum energy store ability amounts to 950 megawatt-hours (3,400 GJ).Show on map
Fernmeldeturm NürnbergThe Fernmeldeturm Nürnberg, the tallest structure in Bavaria, is a telecommunication tower in Nuremberg, southern Germany. Also called the Nürnberger Ei (\"Egg of Nuremberg\") because of its egg-shaped tower basket in a height of 185 metres, it is 292 metres high and was built between 1977 and 1980 according to blueprints by architect Erwin Heinle. Since July 2009 a 360° Panoramacamera shows the view over Nuremberg from 194 metres.Show on map
Sender ErchingThe Erching transmitter was a longwave broadcasting facility of the Voice of America, established in 1953 near Erching, Bavaria, Germany. The transmitter used a 256 metre high mast aerial, at the time of its inauguration the most powerful radio station in the world with a transmitting power of 1000 kilowatts A new transmitter site was consequently placed at Aholming in 1985. After the completion of this new transmitter, Erching tower was shut down and dismantled. Presently, the property is privately owned and let for film and photography.Show on map
Münchner ResidenzThe Munich Residenz (Münchner Residenz, Munich Residence) is the former royal palace of the Bavarian monarchs of the House of Wittelsbach in the centre of the city of Munich, Germany. The Residenz is the largest city palace in Germany and is today open to visitors for its architecture, room decorations, and displays from the former royal collections.Show on map
MaximilianeumThe Maximilianeum, a palatial building in Munich, was built as the home of a gifted students' foundation and has also housed the Bavarian Landtag (state parliament) since 1949. The principal was King Maximilian II of Bavaria, who started the project in 1857. The leading architect was Friedrich Bürklein. The building is situated on the bank of river Isar before the Maximilian Bridge and marks the eastern end of the Maximilianstrasse, one of Munich's royal avenues which is framed by neo-Gothic palaces influenced by the English Perpendicular style. Due to statical problems the construction was only completed in 1874 and the facade of the Maximilianeum which was originally planned also in neo-Gothic style had to be altered in renaissance style under the influence of Gottfried Semper. The facadShow on map
Dom zu Unserer Lieben FrauThe Frauenkirche (Full name: German: Dom zu Unserer Lieben Frau, English: Cathedral of Our Dear Lady) is a church in the Bavarian city of Munich that serves as the cathedral of the Archdiocese of Munich and Freising and seat of its Archbishop. It is a landmark and is considered a symbol of the Bavarian capital city. Although called \"Münchner Dom\" (Munich Cathedral) on its website and URL, the church is always referred to as \"Frauenkirche\" by locals.Show on map
Schloss NeuschwansteinNeuschwanstein Castle (German: Schloss Neuschwanstein, pronounced English: \"New Swanstone Castle\") is a nineteenth-century Romanesque Revival palace on a rugged hill above the village of Hohenschwangau near Füssen in southwest Bavaria, Germany. The palace was commissioned by Ludwig II of Bavaria as a retreat and as a homage to Richard Wagner. Ludwig paid for the palace out of his personal fortune and by means of extensive borrowing, rather than Bavarian public funds.Show on map
Memmingen AirportMemmingen Airport (IATA: FMM, ICAO: EDJA), also known as Allgäu-Airport Memmingen, is an international airport in the town of Memmingerberg near Memmingen, in the Swabia region of Germany. It is the smallest of the three commercial airports in Bavaria after Munich Airport and Nuremberg Airport and has the highest altitude of any commercial airport in Germany. It is operated by Allgäu Airport GmbH & Co. KG, a limited partnership of 71 mostly local, medium-sized companies with only minor public shares.Show on map
München HauptbahnhofMünchen Hauptbahnhof (German for Munich main railway station) is the main railway station in the city of Munich, Germany. It is one of the three long distance stations in Munich, the others being München-Pasing and München Ost. München Hauptbahnhof sees about 450,000 passengers a day, which puts it on par with other large stations in Germany, such as Hamburg Hauptbahnhof and Frankfurt Hauptbahnhof. It is one of 21 stations classified by Deutsche Bahn as a category 1 station. The mainline station is a terminal station with 32 platforms. The subterranean S-Bahn with 2 platforms and U-Bahn stations with 6 platforms are through stations.Show on map
Funkturm RottenbuchThe Rottenbuch Radio Tower is a transmitting tower of the Vodafone company, sited between Peiting and Rottenbuch in southern Bavaria, Germany. The framework tower, a glued girder binder construction made from European Douglas fir timber, is 66 meters high. The structure is held together by steel pegs. As of January 2013, the Rottenbuch Radio Tower is possibly the second highest wooden tower in Germany and nowadays probably the fourth tallest existing wooden construction in the world (the Gliwice Radio Tower being the highest).Show on map
Bahnhof München-SüdMünchen Süd (Munich South station) is a disused railway station and a railway goods station in the Munich borough of Train service stopped on July 1, 1985, the last buildings were demolished in 2005 to make room for office buildings. Plans to rebuild the station were briefly considered in connection with a new Stammstrecke (main railway line) through central Munich. However, these plans were shelved in favour of a tunnel solution.Show on map
Festung MarienbergMarienberg Fortress (German: Festung Marienberg) is a prominent landmark on the left bank of the Main river in Würzburg, in the Franconia region of Bavaria, Germany. The mighty Fortress Marienberg is a symbol of Würzburg and served as a home of the local prince-bishops for nearly five centuries. It has been a fort since ancient times. Most of the current structures originally were built in Renaissance and Baroque styles between the 16th and 18th centuries. After Gustavus Adolphus of Sweden conquered the area in 1631 during the Thirty Years' War, the castle was reconstructed as a Baroque residence. After it ceased to serve as residence of the Bishops of Würzburg, the fortress saw repeated action in the wars of the late 18th and 19th centuries. Festung Marienberg was severely damaged by BritShow on map
Englischer GartenThe Englischer Garten, German for \"English Garden\", is a large public park in the centre of Munich, Bavaria, stretching from the city centre to the northeastern city limits. It was created in 1789 by Sir Benjamin Thompson (1753–1814), later Count Rumford (Reichsgraf von Rumford), for Prince Charles Theodore, Elector of Bavaria. Thompsons' successors, Reinhard von Werneck (1757–1842) and Friedrich Ludwig von Sckell (1750–1823), advisers on the project from its beginning, both extended and improved the park.Show on map
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Bahnhof Regensburg-Prüfeningstation is one of the three railway stations in the German city of Regensburg used for passenger services; the others being Regensburg Hauptbahnhof and It is located in the west of the city on Prüfeninger Schloßstrasse. In front of the station the track divides into the line to Nuremberg and the Danube Valley railway to Ingolstadt Hauptbahnhof and Ulm. This crosses the line to Nuremberg shortly after Prüfening station. There are railway services to:Show on map
Olympiaturm MünchenThe Olympic Tower (German: Olympiaturm) in the Olympic Park, Munich was built for the 1972 Summer Olympics. It has an overall height of 291 m and a weight of 52,500 tons. At a height of 190 m there is an observation platform as well as a small rock and roll museum housing various memorabilia, which is signposted as \"Rock Museum\" outside the entrance. Since its opening in 1968, the tower has registered over 35 million visitors (as of 2004). At a height of 182 m there is a revolving restaurant, which seats 230 people. A full revolution takes 53 minutes. The tower also serves as a broadcast tower, and has one Deutsche Telekom maintenance elevator with a speed of 4 m/s, as well as two visitor lifts with a speed of 7 m/s which have a capacity of about 30 people per car. The travel time is aboutShow on map
WalhallaThe Walhalla is a hall of fame that honors laudable and distinguished people in German history – \"politicians, sovereigns, scientists and artists of the German tongue\"; thus the celebrities honored are drawn from a wider area than today's Germany. The hall is a neo-classical building above the Danube River, east of Regensburg in Bavaria. The memorial displays some 65 plaques and 130 busts covering 2,000 years of history, beginning with Arminius, victor at the Battle of the Teutoburg Forest in 9 AD.Show on map
SchulerlochThe runic inscription of debated authenticity discovered in the Kleines Schulerloch cave that was found in 1937, Altmühltal (near Essing, Bavaria) was not noticed until the 1950s. It reads birg : leub : selbrade, probably meaning \"Birg, beloved of Selbrad\", next to a drawing of an ibex or stag scratched into the stone from perhaps the same time, but whose the authenticity is also debated. The inscription was generally considered to be fake shortly after its discovery. The discovery of a parallel inscription in grave 172 of the \"Unterer Stollen\" cemetery in Bad Krozingen in 2001, readingShow on map
OstfriedhofThe Ostfriedhof (\"East(ern) Cemetery\") in Munich, situated in the district of Obergiesing, was established in 1821 and is still in use. It contains an area of more than 30 hectares and approximately 34,700 burial plots.Show on map
Städtische Galerie im LenbachhausThe Lenbachhaus in Munich contains an art museum and is part of Munich's \"Kunstareal\" (the \"art area\").Show on map
Bahnhof EisensteinBayerisch Ruda-Alžbětín station (German: Bahnhof Bayerisch Eisenstein, Czech: Nádraží Železná Ruda-Alžbětín) is a railway station on the border of southeast Germany and the Czech Republic. It forms the junction between the Bavarian Forest railway from Plattling to Bayerisch Eisenstein, which was started in 1874 by the Bavarian Eastern Railway Company (or Bavarian Ostbahn) and completed by the Royal Bavarian State Railways, and the Pilsen–Markt Eisenstein (today: Plzeň-Železná Ruda) railway built by the railway in what was then Bohemia. The national border between Germany and the Czech Republic runs through the middle of the station building.Show on map
Universität AugsburgThe University of Augsburg (German: Universität Augsburg) is a university located in the section of Augsburg, Germany. It was founded in 1970 and is organized in 7 Faculties. The University of Augsburg is a relatively young campus university with approx. 18,000 students in Oct 2012. About 14% of its students come from foreign countries, a larger percentage than at comparable German universities. In October 2011 Sabine Doering Manteuffel succeeded Alois Loidl as rector of the university. She is the first female rector of a Bavarian university.Show on map
Fürstenfeldbruck Air BaseFürstenfeldbruck Air Base (German: \"Fliegerhorst now \"Flugplatz is a German Air Force airfield near the town of Fürstenfeldbruck in Bavaria, near Munich, Germany. Fürstenfeldbruck became famous first as the main training base for the German Luftwaffe during World War II, then as the site of the Munich massacre of nine Israeli athletes and coaches (two were killed earlier) and one German police officer at the 1972 Summer Olympics. It is currently inactive for German Air Force flight operations, but remains the home of the German Air Force Officer Training School. Currently Maisach BMW driver training facility.Show on map
Botanischer Garten AugsburgThe Botanischer Garten Augsburg (10 hectares) is a municipal botanical garden located at Dr.-Ziegenspeck-Weg 10, Augsburg, Bavaria, Germany. It is open daily; an admission fee is charged. Today the garden contains a large Japanese garden, a medicinal plant garden, rose garden, and a crop garden. All told, it includes over 3100 species and varieties of perennials, wild herbs, grasses, and ferns, with 280 species and varieties of roses, about 1200 species and varieties of plants under glass, and more than one million onion plants. Other points of interest include cacti, euphorbia, and succulents, as well as a sage garden and climbing plants.Show on map
Schloß StaufeneckThe Palace Staufeneck (Schloss Staufeneck in German) is in the municipality of Piding in Berchtesgaden. The fortress was built in the 12th century by Burggrafen von Staufeneck. In the year 1307 the castle went into the ownership of the Erzstift Salzburg, under whom it served as one of the maintenance courts in Rupertiwinkel from 1365 to 1805. In 1503, the castle was under Archbishop Leonhard von Keutschach who fundamentally transformed it, giving it its present appearance. Since 1894, the castle has been under private ownership. In the 20th ceuntry, the castle housed a museum. After a complete renovation, it is once again inhabited.Show on map
ViktualienmarktThe Viktualienmarkt is a daily food market and a square in the center of Munich, Germany. The Viktualienmarkt developed from an original farmers' market to a popular market for gourmets. In an area covering 22,000 m2 (240,000 sq ft), 140 stalls and shops offer flowers, exotic fruit, game, poultry, spices, cheese, fish, juices and so on.Show on map
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Augsburg HauptbahnhofAugsburg Hauptbahnhof is the main railway station in the Bavarian city of Augsburg, situated in southern Germany. It is classified by Deutsche Bahn as a category 2 station and has 12 platform tracks. The station has one of the oldest still existing station halls in Germany, which was built from 1843 to 1846 after plans by architect Eduard Rüber. It was reconstructed in 1869 according to Friedrich Bürklein's plans. The station today serves as the central railway hub for the Augsburg metropolitan area and Bavarian Swabia. It is currently being modernised and an underground tram station is being built under it.Show on map
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Deutsches Museum von Meisterwerken der Naturwissenschaft und TechnikThe Deutsches Museum (German Museum) (or das Deutsche Museum) in Munich, Germany is the world's largest museum of science and technology, with approximately 1.5 million visitors per year and about 28,000 exhibited objects from 50 fields of science and technology. The museum was founded on June 28, 1903, at a meeting of the Association of German Engineers (VDI) as an initiative of Oskar von Miller. Its official name is Deutsches Museum von Meisterwerken der Naturwissenschaft und Technik (English: German Museum of Masterpieces of Science and Technology). It is the largest museum in Munich.Show on map
Nuremberg AirportNuremberg Airport (IATA: NUE, ICAO: EDDN), German: Albrecht Dürer Flughafen Nürnberg, is the international airport of the Franconian metropolitan area of Nuremberg and the second-busiest airport in Bavaria after Munich Airport. With about 3.3 million passengers handled in 2013, it is Germany's 10th biggest airport. It is located approximately 5 km north of Nuremberg's city centre and offers flights within Germany as well as to European metropolitan and leisure destinations, especially along the Mediterranean Sea, on the Canary Islands and in Egypt.Show on map
Schloß HerrenchiemseeHerrenchiemsee is a complex of royal buildings on Herreninsel, an island in the Chiemsee, Bavaria's largest lake, 60 km south east of Munich. Together with the neighbouring island of Frauenchiemsee and the uninhabited Krautinsel it forms the municipality of Chiemsee. After being purchased by King Ludwig II of Bavaria the former Herrenchiemsee monastery was converted into a royal residence known as the Old Palace (Altes Schloss), while the king built Herrenchiemsee Palace also known as the New Palace (Neues Schloss), the largest of his palaces.Show on map
KnorrhütteThe Knorr Hut is a mountain hut belonging to the German Alpine Club and located in the Wetterstein Mountains at a height of 2,052 m. Its lies right on the edge of the Zugspitzplatt where it drops into the Reintalanger in a location with scenic views and is an important base for hikers who can climb up to it on the normal route from the town of through the Reintal valley to Germany’s highest mountain, the Zugspitze. The Knorr Hut is rated as category I, and belongs to the Munich Section of the German Alpine Club (DAV).Show on map
FrauenkircheThe Frauenkirche (\"Church of Our Lady\") is a church in Nuremberg, Germany. It stands on the eastern side of the main market. An example of brick Gothic architecture, it was built on the initiative of Charles IV, Holy Roman Emperor between 1352 and 1362. The church contains many sculptures, some of them heavily restored. Numerous works of art from the Middle Ages are kept in the church, such as the so-called Tucher Altar (c. 1440, originally the high altar of the Augustinian church of St. Vitus), and two monuments by Adam Kraft (c. 1498).Show on map
GKK EtzenrichtGKK Etzenricht, abbreviation for Etzenricht, that means Etzenricht HVDC-back-to-back station was an HVDC back-to-back facility near Etzenricht in the district of Neustadt in Bavaria, Germany. It was built up on area of Etzenricht substation, a 380 kV/220 kV/110 kV-substation, which went in service in 1970 and expanded afterwards several times. The operator of this facility, which was used between 1993 and 1995 for exchange of power between Germany and Czech was Bayernwerk AG (now E.ON Netz GmbH).Show on map
Großhesselohe IsartalbahnhofGroßhesselohe Isartalbahn station (German: Großhesselohe Isartalbahnhof) is a station on the Isar Valley Railway from Munich to Bichl in the German state of Bavaria. Since 1981, it has been a station of the Munich S-Bahn. The station is located in the municipality of Pullach, which also contains the stations of Pullach and Höllriegelskreuth. It is classified by Deutsche Bahn as a category 5 station and has two platform tracks. The station building is registered as a historic building on the List of Bavarian Monuments.Show on map
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MühldorfMühldorf (Oberbayern) station is a railway junction and station in the district town of Mühldorf in the German state of Bavaria. The station has seven platform tracks and is classified by Deutsche Bahn as a category 4 station. The station is served by 105 passenger trains each day operated by the Südostbayernbahn and frequented by about 10,000 travellers. It is also the central station of the “Bavarian Chemical Triangle” (Bayerisches Chemiedreieck). About 800 freight wagons are dispatched from it daily.Show on map
Munich-Riem AirportMunich-Riem Airport (German: Flughafen München-Riem) was the international airport of Munich, the third-largest city of Germany. It was closed down on 16 May 1992, the day before the new Munich Airport commenced operations. It was located near the old village of Riem in the borough of Trudering-Riem in the east of Munich. The area has been redeveloped into Messestadt Riem, a new borough consisting of housing projects, a shopping mall, recreation areas and the new convention center Munich Trade Fair.Show on map
Nürnberger BurgNuremberg Castle (German: Nürnberger Burg) is a historical building on a sandstone rock in the north of the historical city of Nuremberg in Bavaria, Germany. It comprises three sections: the Imperial castle (Kaiserburg), some buildings of the Burgraves of Nuremberg (Burggrafenburg), and the municipal buildings of the Imperial City at the eastern site (Reichsstädtische Bauten). The castle, together with the city walls, is considered to be one of Europe's most formidable medieval fortifications.Show on map
Bahnhof Augsburg-OberhausenAugsburg-Oberhausen station is a station in the northwest of the central Augsburg in the suburb of Oberhausen in the German state of Bavaria. It is the second most important station in the city. It is classified by Deutsche Bahn as a category 4 station. The current station building was built south of the old Oberhauser station in 1931/32, in the New Objectivity style. There is a large tram and bus stop in front of the station building, the exterior of which has recently been renovated.Show on map
Lokwelt FreilassingThe Freilassing Locomotive World (Lokwelt Freilassing) is a railway museum in the Berchtesgadener Land, which is operated with the cooperation of the town of Freilassing and the Deutsches Museum. The museum is located on the site of the former Freilassing locomotive shed which belongs to the Deutsche Bahn AG and houses part of the Deutsches Museum's railway collection. The second part of the collection is in the transport centre of the Deutsches Museum on the Theresienhöhe in Munich.Show on map
Bahnhof DachauDachau station (German: Dachau Bahnhof) is a station in the Bavarian town of Dachau on the Munich S-Bahn network. It is classified by Deutsche Bahn as a category 3 station and it has five platform tracks. It is served daily by about 190 trains operated by Deutsche Bahn, including 150 S-Bahn trains. Dachau station is on the Nuremberg–Munich high-speed railway and is the beginning of the railway. Dachau Stadt (town) station is on the Railway.Show on map
Augsburg Town HallThe Town Hall of Augsburg (German: Augsburger Rathaus) is the administrative centre of Augsburg, Bavaria, Germany, and one of the most significant secular buildings of the Renaissance style north of the Alps. It was designed and built by Elias Holl, Stadtbaumeister (Master Builder of the town), in 1615–1624. Due to its historic and cultural importance, it is protected by the Hague Convention for the Protection of Cultural Property in the Event of Armed Conflict.Show on map
WalchenseekraftwerkThe Walchensee Power Plant (German: is a hydroelectric power station in Bavaria Germany. It is a storage power station that is fed water from the Walchensee Lake which is then released into the Kochelsee Lake. The original installed output was 124 MW. The power plant is located south of Kochelsee, about 14 kilometres (8.7 mi) from the village of Walchensee, and generated 300 MW as of 2010. It is one of the largest of its kind in Germany.Show on map
Hofbrauhaus MünchenThe Hofbräuhaus am Platzl is a beer hall in Munich, Germany, originally built in 1589 by Bavarian Duke Maximilian I as an extension of the Staatliches Hofbräuhaus in München brewery. The general public was admitted in 1828 by Ludwig I. The building was completely remodeled in 1897 by Max Littmann when the brewery moved to the suburbs. All of the rooms except the historic beer hall (\"Schwemme\") were destroyed in the World War II bombings. The reopening of the Festival Hall in 1958 marked the end of the post-war restoration work.Show on map
Fachhochschule AugsburgHochschule Augsburg — University of Applied Sciences (German: Hochschule Augsburg – University of Applied Sciences or simply Hochschule Augsburg) is a German university located in Augsburg. It was founded in 1971, but its institutional roots as an art academy go back to 1670. With more than 4,300 students the Augsburg University of Applied Sciences is one of the largest institutions of its kind in Bavaria. 127 Professors as well as 242 lecturers in 7 faculties are employed there. Currently 36 undergraduate and 12 master courses are offered.Show on map
Universität PassauThe University of Passau (Universität Passau in German) is a public research university located in Passau, Lower Bavaria, Germany. Founded in 1973, it is the youngest university in Bavaria and consequently has the most modern campus in the state. Nevertheless, its roots as the Institute for Catholic Studies date back some hundreds of years. Today it is home to four faculties and 38 different undergraduate and postgraduate degree programmes.Show on map
Schloß HohenschwangauHohenschwangau Castle or Schloss Hohenschwangau (lit: Upper Swan County Palace) is a 19th-century palace in southern Germany. It was the childhood residence of King Ludwig II of Bavaria and was built by his father, King Maximilian II of Bavaria. It is located in the German village of Hohenschwangau near the town of Füssen, part of the county of Ostallgäu in southwestern Bavaria, Germany, very close to the border with Austria.Show on map
Schloss JohannisburgSchloss Johannisburg is a schloss in the town of Aschaffenburg, in Franconia in the state of Bavaria, Germany. It was erected between 1605 and 1614 by the architect Georg Ridinger for Johann Schweikhard von Kronberg, Prince Bishop of Mainz. Until 1803, it was the second residence of the Prince Bishop of Mainz. It is constructed of red sandstone, the typical building material of the Spessart, the hills near Aschaffenburg.Show on map
Lechfeld Air BaseLechfeld Air Base (IATA: RBM, ICAO: ETSL) is a German Air Force (Luftwaffe) base located 1 km east of Lagerlechfeld in Bavaria, about 20 km south of Augsburg on the Bundestrasse 17. It is the home of Training Division A of the School of Management Assistance, and of 32 Fighter Bomber Wing 32), part of the Luftwaffe's 1st Air Division. The two squadrons based there fly the Panavia Tornado.Show on map
Schloß WeißensteinSchloss Weißenstein is a Schloss or palatial residence in Pommersfelden, Bavaria, southern Germany. It was designed for Lothar Franz von Schönborn, Prince-Bishop of Bamberg and Archbishop of Mainz, to designs by Johann Dientzenhofer and Johann Lukas von Hildebrandt. Weißenstein, built as a private summer residence, remains in the Schönborn family. It is considered a masterwork of Baroque art.Show on map
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Ottobeuren AbbeyOttobeuren is a Benedictine abbey, located in Ottobeuren, near Memmingen in the Bavarian Allgäu, Germany. For part of its history Ottobeuren Abbey was one of the 40-odd self-ruling imperial abbeys of the Holy Roman Empire and, as such, was a virtually independent state. At the time of its dissolution in 1802, the imperial abbey covered 266 square kilometers and had about 10,000 subjects.Show on map
Bahnhof Nürnberg-NordostThe station Nürnberg Nordost (translates from German as Nuremberg North East), colloquial form Nordostbahnhof, is a railway station in Nuremberg, Germany.It is a terminal station, providing a link to Gräfenberg, as the line to Gräfenberg has no connection to Nürnberg Hauptbahnhof, the city's main station. The station has an interchange with the U2 and U21 lines of the Nuremberg U-Bahn.Show on map
GlyptothekThe Glyptothek is a museum in Munich, Germany, which was commissioned by the Bavarian King Ludwig I to house his collection of Greek and Roman sculptures (hence γλυπτο- glypto- \"sculpture\", from the Greek verb γλύφειν glyphein \"to carve\"). It was designed by Leo von Klenze in the Neoclassical style, and built from 1816 to 1830. Today the museum is a part of the Kunstareal.Show on map
KarlsplatzStachus is a large square in central Munich, southern Germany. The square was officially named Karlsplatz in 1797 after the unpopular Charles Theodore, Elector of Bavaria. Munich natives seldom use that name, calling the square instead Stachus, after the pub Beim Stachus, once owned by Eustachius Föderl, that was located there until construction work for Karlsplatz began. Even the U-Bahn and S-Bahn announcements use the unofficial name.Show on map
BMW MuseumThe BMW Museum is an automobile museum of BMW history located near the Olympiapark in Munich, Germany. The museum was established in 1973, shortly after the Summer Olympics opened. From 2004 to 2008, it was renovated in connection with the construction of the BMW Welt, directly opposite. The museum reopened on June 21, 2008.Show on map
Schloß ElmauSchloss Elmau, built by Carl Sattler in the style of Reformarchitektur during WW1 between 1914 and 1916, is a two-story listed monument with hipped roof, tower and porch, situated between and Mittenwald in Bavaria, Germany. It lies at the foot of the Wetterstein mountains in a Naturschutzgebiet (nature reserve), belonging to the Krün municipality.Show on map
Kernkraftwerk KahlThe Kahl plant was the first nuclear power plant ever to be built in Germany. It was located in Karlstein am Main and was an (at the time) experimental boiling water reactor. It was built by General Electric and supplied by Siemens. At the end of 2008, the demolition works had been finished. The station was the subject of the 1961 short documentary film, Kahl.Show on map
BMW WeltBMW Welt (English – BMW World) is a multi-use exhibition center used for meetings and promotional events, and where buyers take delivery of BMW vehicles. It is in district Am Riesenfeld in Munich, Germany, next to the BMW Headquarters and the Olympiapark.Show on map
Kitzingen AirportKitzingen Airport (IATA: KZG, ICAO: ETIN) is a general aviation airport located in Germany, about 3 kilometres north-east of Kitzingen, Bavaria. The airport was opened as a private, general aviation facility after the closure of the United States Army Kitzingen Army Airfield in March 2007. It offers private aircraft and charter operations.Show on map
HöllentalangerhütteThe Höllentalanger Hut (1,381 m) is a managed hut owned by the German Alpine Club in the Wetterstein Mountains of Bavaria, in the district of The hut lies in a narrow defile between the Höllental-Blassen and crest and is open from the end of May to mid-October. It has more than 80 bedspaces.Show on map
SchönbuschSchönbusch is a historic park and Schloss near the town of Aschaffenburg in the Franconia region of Bavaria, Germany. The park was designed in the late 18th century as an English landscape garden for an Archbishop of Mainz. Various Neoclassical buildings, including the Schloss are scattered across the park. It is open to the public.Show on map
Bahnhof Augsburg-HochzollAugsburg-Hochzoll station is a station in the Hochzoll district east of central Augsburg in the German state of Bavaria. Directly west of the station the Paar Valley Railway separates from the Munich–Augsburg railway running from Augsburg Central Station (Hauptbahnhof). It is classified by Deutsche Bahn as a category 3 station.Show on map
Kernkraftwerk GrafenrheinfeldThe Grafenrheinfeld nuclear power plant (German: Kernkraftwerk Grafenrheinfeld) is a now-offline facility near Grafenrheinfeld, south of Schweinfurt at the river Main. The plant operated from 1981 to June 28, 2015, when it was taken offline as part of the phase out policy for nuclear power in Germany.Show on map
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Trausnitz CastleTrausnitz Castle is a medieval castle situated in Landshut, Bavaria in Germany. It was the home of the Wittelsbach dynasty, and it served as their ducal residence for Lower Bavaria from 1255–1503, and later as the seat of the hereditary rulers of the whole of Bavaria. The castle was founded in 1204 by Duke Ludwig I.Show on map
Volksschule AltomünsterVolksschule Altomünster is a school (Volksschule) in Altomünster in Bavaria (Germany). About 37 teachers are teaching pupils in form 1 to 9. In a stairway of the school there is an art gallery from the Pop-art-artist Walter Gaudnek who is professor at University of Central Florida (College of Arts and Humanities).Show on map
Neues RathausThe New Town Hall (German: Neues Rathaus) is a town hall at the northern part of Marienplatz in Munich, Bavaria, Germany. It hosts the city government including the city council, offices of the mayors and part of the administration. In 1874 the municipality had left the Old Town Hall for its new domicile.Show on map
Burg HoheneckHoheneck Castle is a medieval castle above Ipsheim and also a district of the municipality of Ipsheim in the Landkreis Neustadt (Aisch)-Bad Windsheim in Middle Franconia in Bavaria, Germany. Since 1984, the youth castle serves as an educational institution of the Youth Council of the city of Nuremberg.Show on map
LandsbergLandsberg-Lech Air Base (German: Fliegerhorst Landsberg/Lech, ICAO: ETSA) is a German Air Force base located near the town of Landsberg am Lech in Bavaria. Landsberg is used as a transport base. It is home of the Air Transport Wing 61. Aircraft at the base are C-160 Transall and UH-1D Huey helicopters.Show on map
Schloß MespelbrunnMespelbrunn Castle is a moated castle on the territory of the town of Mespelbrunn, between Frankfurt and Würzburg, built in a tributary valley of the Elsava valley, within the Spessart forest. It is a popular tourist attraction and has become a famous Spessart landmark.Show on map
Unterwerk DonauwörthDonauwörth station is a railway station in southern Germany. It is located south-west of the city of Donauwörth in Bavaria. The station is at the intersection of the line and the Danube Valley Railway from Ulm to Regensburg. The Ries Railway also runs from Donauwörth to Aalen.Show on map
Museum Fünf KontinenteThe Museum Five Continents (German: Museum Fünf Kontinente) in Munich, Germany is a museum for Non-European artworks and objects of cultural value. It was renamed on September 9, 2014 and was known as Bavarian State Museum of Ethnology (German: Staatliches Museum für Völkerkunde) before.Show on map
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Sendlinger TorThe Sendlinger Tor (translated: Sendling Gate) is a city gate at the southern extremity of the historic old town area of Munich. It served as a fortification for the defence and is one of Munich's three remaining gothic town gates (the other two being the Isartor and the Karlstor).Show on map
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Technische Universität MünchenShow on map
KönigsplatzKönigsplatz (King's Square) is a square in Munich, Germany. Built in the style of European Neo-Classicism in the 19th century, it is a center of cultural life. The area around Königsplatz is today the home to the Kunstareal, Munich's gallery and museum quarter.Show on map
Schloss NymphenburgThe Nymphenburg Palace (German: Schloss Nymphenburg), i. e., \"Castle of the Nymph (or Nymphs)\", is a Baroque palace in Munich, Bavaria, southern Germany. The palace is the main summer residence of the former rulers of Bavaria of the House of Wittelsbach.Show on map
Sendemast ThurnauThurnau is a municipality in the district Kulmbach, Germany. It is known for golfing as well as its potteries. Thurnau is known for transmitter Thurnau, the medium wave transmission site for Deutschlandfunk, a German national information radio station.Show on map
GiebelstadtGiebelstadt Airport (IATA: GHF, ICAO: EDQG) is a general aviation airport located in Germany, southwest of Giebelstadt in Bavaria. The airport is the only public-use airfield in the Würzburg region. It offers private aircraft and charter operations.Show on map
Altes Rathaus MünchenThe Old Town Hall (German Altes Rathaus), until 1874 the domicile of the municipality, serves today as a building for representative purposes for the city council in Munich. The Old Town Hall bounds the central square Marienplatz on its east side.Show on map
Straubing Wallmühle AirportStraubing Wallmühle Airport (IATA: RBM, ICAO: EDMS) is a minor German regional airport, located about 3 miles north-northwest of Straubing in Bavaria. It is used for general aviation.Show on map
Herzogenaurach AirportHerzogenaurach Airport (ICAO: EDQH) is a regional airport in Germany, about 3 miles (5 km) north of Herzogenaurach (Bavaria); about 230 miles (370 km) southwest of Berlin It supports general aviation with no commercial airline service scheduled.Show on map
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ReichsparteitagsgeländeThe Nazi party rally grounds (German: Literally: Reich Party Congress Grounds) covered about 11 square kilometres in the southeast of Nuremberg, Germany. Six Nazi party rallies were held there between 1933 and 1938.Show on map
PerlachturmThe 70-metre-tall Perlachturm is a tower in the central district of Augsburg, Germany. Originally built as a watchtower in the 10th century, it is nowadays part of an ensemble with the City Hall of Augsburg, a landmark of the Reichsstadt.Show on map
Schloß LinderhofLinderhof Palace (German: Schloss Linderhof) is a Schloss in Germany, in southwest Bavaria near Ettal Abbey. It is the smallest of the three palaces built by King Ludwig II of Bavaria and the only one which he lived to see completed.Show on map
Hof–Plauen AirportHof–Plauen Airport (German: Flughafen Hof–Plauen) (IATA: HOQ, ICAO: EDQM) is a regional airport serving Hof, a city in the German state of Bavaria. The airport is located 3.2 nautical miles (6 km) southwest of Hof.Show on map
AltenburgThe Altenburg is a castle that sits on the tallest of the seven hills of Bamberg, southern Germany, overlooking the town. It is located in Upper Franconia, a region in the state of Bavaria, and dates back to at least 1109.Show on map
Kloster BanzBanz Abbey (German: Kloster Banz), now known as Banz Castle (German: Schloss Banz), is a former Benedictine monastery, since 1978 a part of the town of Bad Staffelstein north of Bamberg, Bavaria, southern Germany.Show on map
Bad KissingenBad Kissingen Airport (ICAO: EDFK) is a regional airport in Germany, located about 1 mile north of Bad Kissingen in Bavaria. It supports general aviation and light aircraft up to by planes of up to 3,000 kg.Show on map
WillibaldsburgThe Willibaldsburg is a spur castle, built around the year 1353, in Eichstätt in Upper Bavaria. Until the middle of the 18th century it was the representative castle and seat of Eichstätt's prince-bishops.Show on map
Haus der KunstThe Haus der Kunst (literally House of Art) is a non-collecting art museum in Munich, Germany. It is located at 1 at the southern edge of the Englischer Garten, Munich's largest park.Show on map
Augsburg AirportAugsburg Airport is a regional airport in Affing, 7 km northeast of the city of Augsburg, the third largest city in the German state of Bavaria. It is used for business and general aviation with very little passenger airline trafficShow on map
Ingolstadt Manching AirportIngolstadt Manching Airport, or Fliegerhorst Ingolstadt/Manching in German (IATA: IGS, ICAO: ETSI), is a military airbase with civil usage located in Manching near Ingolstadt, Germany.Show on map
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BayreuthBindlacher Berg Airport (IATA: BYU, ICAO: EDQD), or Verkehrslandeplatz Bayreuth in German, is a regional airport in Bindlach, Bavaria 5 km northeast of the city of Bayreuth.Show on map
MarienplatzMarienplatz (en: Mary's Square, i.e. St. Mary, Our Lady's Square) is a central square in the city centre of Munich, Germany. It has been the city's main square since 1158.Show on map
Unterwerk RosenheimRosenheim station is the largest railway station between Munich and Salzburg / Innsbruck and is located in the centre of the city of Rosenheim in Upper Bavaria, Germany.Show on map
Rosenheim Railway StationRosenheim station is the largest railway station between Munich and Salzburg / Innsbruck and is located in the centre of the city of Rosenheim in Upper Bavaria, Germany.Show on map
Bahnhof München-FeldmochingShow on map
Ebrach abbeyEbrach Abbey (German: Kloster Ebrach) is a former Cistercian monastery in Ebrach in Oberfranken, Bavaria, Germany, now used as a young offenders' institution.Show on map
Burghausen CastleBurghausen Castle in Burghausen, Upper Bavaria, is the longest castle complex in the world (1051 m), confirmed by the Guiness World Record company.Show on map
Bahnhof München-TruderingShow on map
Bayerische StaatsoperThe Bavarian State Opera (German: Bayerische Staatsoper) is an opera company based in Munich, Germany. Its orchestra is the Bavarian State Orchestra.Show on map
Schloss PossenhofenPossenhofen Castle (German: Schloss Possenhofen) is located in the town of Possenhofen on the western shore of Lake Starnberg in Bavaria, Germany.Show on map
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Schloß BlutenburgBlutenburg Castle is an old ducal country seat in the west of Munich, Germany, on the banks of river Würm.Show on map
PropyläenThe Propylaea (German:Propyläen) is a city gate in Munich at the west side of Königsplatz.Show on map
Fernmeldeturm SchöngeisingSchöngeising is a municipality in the district of Fürstenfeldbruck in Bavaria in Germany.Show on map
Unterwerk PlattlingPlattling station is a central railway hub in eastern Lower Bavaria in southern Germany.Show on map
Sendemast MeederMeeder is a municipality in the district of Coburg in Bavaria in Germany.Show on map
Stadion FC KemptenFC Kempten is German association football club based in Kempten, Bavaria.Show on map
Bahnhof Nürnberg-MögeldorfMögeldorf is a Nuremberg S-Bahn station, located on the S1.Show on map
SchambachSchambach is a river of Bavaria, Germany.Show on map
Lakes, rivers, streams and other bodies of water in Bavaria
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Hachinger BachThe Hachinger Bach is a river in Bavaria, Germany. It flows southwards of Munich, through the townships of Oberhaching, Taufkirchen, Unterhaching and Unterbiberg, and enters the Munich city area in Perlach. It is twelve kilometers long. Like almost all waterways in Germany, the Hachinger Bach was regulated in the past, and had its course altered to suit current requirements, for example being routed around Neubiberg air base. In the meantime, long sections of the riverbed were restored, for example in the Hachinger Tal landscape park at the location of the previous airfield.Show on map
KönigsseeThe Königssee is a natural lake in the extreme southeast Berchtesgadener Land district of the German state of Bavaria, near the Austrian border. Most of the lake is within the Berchtesgaden National Park.Show on map
Tegernsee LakeThe Tegernsee is a Zungenbecken lake in the Bavarian Alps in southern Germany. The lake is the centre of a popular recreation area 50 kilometres (31 mi) south-east of Munich. Resorts on the lake include the eponymous Tegernsee, as well as Bad Wiessee, Kreuth, Gmund, and Rottach-Egern. The buildings of the former Benedictine monastery of Tegernsee Abbey lie on the banks of the lake. Now in private hands, they are now known as Schloss Tegernsee.Show on map
RegenThe Regen (German pronunciation: [ˈʁeːɡən]; Czech: Řezná) is a river in Bavaria, Germany, and a left tributary of the Danube, at Regensburg, Germany. The source of its main headstream, the Großer Regen (\"Big Regen\"), is in the Bohemian Forest on the territory of the Czech Republic, near Železná Ruda. The river crosses the border after a few kilometres, at Bayerisch Eisenstein. The name in German evolved from the name in Latin, but its meaning is unknown. The Romans called the river variously Regana (feminine gender), Reganus (masculine), and Reganum (neuter).Show on map
WeitseeWeitsee is a small lake on between Reit im Winkl and Ruhpolding with an area of 63.60 ha and a maximum depth of 9.30 m. The lake itself is separated in a shallow western and a deeper eastern part by a mountain halfisland. It is the first lake in the Dreiseengebiet (Three Lake Area) followed by the Mittersee and Lödensee. The lakes are located in the valley between the Gurnwandkopf und Dürrnbachhorn next to the Deutsche Alpenstraße B305 (German Alpine Street). Only a few small tributary bring water to the lake most of the water comes from a 5 m deep spring which is located at the nearrowest part of the lake. All the watter from the outflow of the lake ends in seepage at the end of the Lödensee after it has gone through Mittersee. Geological research showed that the water find its way under@en .Show on map
AmmerseeAmmersee (English: Lake Ammer) is a Zungenbecken lake in Upper Bavaria, Germany, southwest of Munich between the towns of Herrsching and Dießen am Ammersee. With a surface area of approximately 47 square kilometres (18 sq mi), it is the sixth largest lake in Germany. The lake is at an elevation of 533 metres (1,749 ft), and has a maximum depth of 81 metres (266 ft). Like other Bavarian lakes, Ammersee developed as a result of the ice age glaciers melting. Ammersee is fed by the River Ammer, which flows as the Amper out of the lake. Like neighbouring Lake Starnberg, which is similar in size and shape, it is a popular location for watersports.Show on map
IllerThe (ancient name Ilargus) is a river in Bavaria and Baden-Württemberg in Germany. It is a right tributary of the Danube, 147 kilometres (91 mi) long. The source is near Oberstdorf in the Allgäu region of the Alps, close to the Austrian border. From there it runs northwards, passing the towns of Sonthofen, Immenstadt, and Kempten. Between Lautrach near Memmingen and Ulm it forms the border between the two German States Bavaria and Baden-Württemberg for about 50 kilometres (31 mi). The river flows into the Danube in the city of Ulm.Show on map
Starnberger SeeLake Starnberg (German: Starnberger See) — called Lake Würm (German Würmsee) until 1962, and also known as Fürstensee — is Germany's fifth largest freshwater lake in terms of area and, due to its great average depth, the second largest in terms of water volume. The lake and its surroundings are an unincorporated area within the rural district of Starnberg; the lake itself is the property of the state of Bavaria and is administered by the Bavarian Administration of State-Owned Palaces, Gardens and Lakes.Show on map
ForggenseeForggensee is a lake located north of Füssen in the district of Ostallgäu in Bavaria, Germany. One of many lakes in the region around Hohenschwangau and Neuschwanstein castles, Forggensee is the fifth-largest lake in Bavaria, with a surface area of 15.2 km². The River Lech flows through it. Forggensee is known primarily as a tourist destination for aquatic sports and recreation. The lake provides ideal conditions for surfing, sailing, fishing and boating. The lake is stocked with pike, trout and eel. Two ships navigate the lake on two different routes.Show on map
LeibiThe Leibi is a tributary of the Danube in the district of Neu-Ulm, Bavaria, Germany. The source of the Leibi is in the west of an industrial area in Weißenhorn. The river is 21.9 km long. At first the Leibi crosses the industrial area from South to North and the fields north of it. Then the river briefly turns west along a forest area. After that it flows again to north, past the hamlet Hirbishofen (a part of Pfaffenhofen an der Roth), Holzheim and Steinheim (part of the city of Neu-Ulm). Afterwards the Leibi flows twice under the Bundesautobahn 7 and changes its way to northeast. The river traverses a part of Nersingen also named Leibi and flows finally, after a few hundred meters through the forest Auwald, into the Danube.Show on map
KochelseeKochelsee or Lake Kochel is located 70 kilometres (43 mi) south of Munich on the edge of the Bavarian Alps. The western third of the lake lies within the borders of the town of Schlehdorf, while the rest belongs to Kochel am See. The southern edge of the lake lies up against the mountains and the northern shore is bordered by bog lands. The history of the settlement of Kochel (previously Quochcalun) begins with Birg bei Altjoch, a rock extrusion on the shore of the lake. The name Kochel is derived from the Latin cocula meaning head or cone.Show on map
RegnitzThe Regnitz is a river in Bavaria, Germany. It is a left tributary of the Main and is 59 km (37 mi) in length. The river is formed by the confluence of the rivers Rednitz and Pegnitz, which meet in the city of Fürth. From there the Regnitz runs northwards through the cities of Erlangen and Forchheim. It finally meets the Main near the city of Bamberg. Small portions of the Regnitz near Bamberg are incorporated into a canal connecting the Main with the Danube: the Rhine-Main-Danube Canal, which runs parallel most of the way from Bamberg to Fürth.Show on map
HopfenseeHopfensee is a lake in Bayerisch Schwaben, Bavaria, Germany. At an elevation of 783.8 m, its surface area is 194 ha. The maximum length of the lake is 2.1 km, and its circumference is 6.8 km. It lies north of Füssen in Ostallgäu. Its maximum depth is 10 m. It was formed by the Lechtal glacier and is one of the remains of a larger Fuessener See. The Hopfensee-Ach flows out of the lake and into the Forggensee. The north shore has a spectacular view of the Allgäu Alps.Show on map
AlzThe Alz is a river in Bavaria, southern Germany, the only discharge of the Chiemsee. Its origin is on the northern shore near Seebruck. It is a right tributary of the Inn, into which it flows in Marktl. Other towns on the Alz are Altenmarkt an der Alz, Trostberg, Garching an der Alz and Burgkirchen an der Alz. The Alz is divided into the Obere Alz (upper Alz) and the Untere Alz (lower Alz). The section from the Chiemsee up to Altenmarkt is called the Obere Alz. The section from Altenmarkt to the mouth in Marktl is called the Untere Alz.Show on map
AlpseeThe Alpsee is a lake in the Ostallgäu district of Bavaria, Germany, located about 4 kilometres southeast of Füssen. It is close to the Neuschwanstein and Hohenschwangau castles. The lake has just under five kilometres of shoreline and a depth of up to 62 metres. It is a popular tourist attraction, given its proximity to the castles and the wild swans that inhabit the lake. Boats are available for rent and there is a wide variety of hiking trails in the vicinity. A circular path leads around the shore, and the \"Fürstenstrasse\" (Princes' Road) leads from Hohenschwangau over the Schwarzenberg ridge and down to Pinswang in the Lechtal.Show on map
Roter MainThe Red Main (German: Roter Main) is a river in southern Germany. It is the southern, left headstream of the River Main. It rises in the hills of Franconian Switzerland, near Haag and flows generally northwest through the towns Creußen, Bayreuth, Heinersreuth and Neudrossenfeld. It merges with the White Main near Kulmbach to form the Main. The Red Main is 55 kilometres (34 mi) long and descends a total of 283 metres (928 ft).Show on map
StaffelseeThe Staffelsee is a lake in the district of Bavaria, Germany. The settlements of Murnau, Seehausen and Uffing lie on its shores. Within its 7 km2 (2.7 sq mi) area lie seven major islands, the largest of which is Wörth. Boat trips aboard the MS Seehausen (built 2009) connect the landing stages of Seehausen, Uffing and Achele (Murnau) between April and October. The surface of the lake is, on average, 649 metres (2,129 ft) above sea level, and at its deepest it is around 40 metres (130 ft) deep.Show on map
AmperThe Amper (known in its upper reaches as the Ammer) is a river in southern Bavaria, Germany – the largest tributary of the Isar river. The Amper flows in a generally north-eastwards direction, reaching the Isar in Moosburg, 185 kilometres (115 mi) from its source in the Ammergau Alps, with a flow of 45 m³/s. It runs through the Ammersee; upstream of the Ammersee it is known as the Ammer. Its major tributaries are the Glonn (located near Augsburg), the Würm (the outflow of Lake Starnberg), and the Maisach.Show on map
SchlierseeSchliersee is a natural lake in Upper Bavaria in the Bavarian Alps. It is located next to the small town of Schliersee in the Miesbach district. The lake has a surface of 2.241 square kilometres (0.865 sq mi) at an elevation of 777 metres (2,549 ft) AMSL, expanding 2.3 kilometres (1.4 mi) by 1.3 kilometres (0.81 mi) maximum. The average depth is 20 metres (66 ft) The maximum depth is 40 metres (130 ft). The only island is Wörth island, located almost in the middle of the lake.Show on map
PegnitzThe Pegnitz is a small river in Franconia in the German federal state of Bavaria. The Pegnitz has its source in the city of the same name at an altitude of 425 m (1,394 ft) and meets the Rednitz at 283 m (928 ft) in Fürth. From that point on the river is called Regnitz. But often esp. by local people the 23 km long Fichtenohe is regarded as upper course of the Pegnitz. The Fichtenohe source is in Lindenhardt Forest north of Pegnitz town. The Pegnitz is about 79 km (49 mi) long, with Fichtenohe 102 km The river is inhabited by numerous ducks, coots, swans, and gulls.Show on map
EibseeEibsee is a lake in Bavaria, Germany, 9 km southwest of and roughly 100 km southwest of Munich. At an elevation of 973.28 m, its surface area is 177.4 ha. Eibsee lies at the base of the Zugspitze (2950 meters above sea level), Germany's highest mountain. As of May 2010, trains from Munich to leave roughly once an hour and the trip takes about an hour and a half. Buses travel regularly from the train station in to Eibsee. A valid train ticket can often be used to ride the bus.Show on map
Therme Bad WörishofenTherme Bad Wörishofen is a spa complex in Bad Wörishofen, Germany (near Munich). It is called Therme despite not having a Roman Bath. The complex is divided into two parts: the Thermenparadies (in English the \"Thermae Paradise\") and the SaunaOase (in English the \"Sauna Oasis\"). The Thermenparadies houses the main swimming pools, including jacuzzis and showers. In the SaunaOase there are saunas, showers, swimming pools and a solarium. It is affiliated with the more famous Therme Erding in the nearby town of Erding, east of Munich Airport.Show on map
MindelThe Mindel is a river in Bavaria, southern Germany. The Mindel originates west of Kaufbeuren, in the Allgäu region, and flows generally north. It flows into the Danube (right tributary) in Gundremmingen, east of Günzburg. The towns Mindelheim, Burgau and Thannhausen lie along the Mindel. The Mindel gave its name to the Mindel Glaciation in the Alps. This glacial period (approx. 350,000 - 250,000 years before present) is called Elsterian Stage (Elster / Elserian Glaciation) in northern Europe, and Anglian Stage in United Kingdom.Show on map
ChiemseeChiemsee (German pronunciation: [ˈkiːmzeː]) is a freshwater lake in Bavaria, Germany, near Rosenheim. It is often called the Bavarian Sea. The rivers Tiroler Achen and Prien flow into the lake from the South; the river Alz, out towards the north. The Alz flows into the Inn which then merges with the Danube. The Chiemsee is divided into the bigger, north section, in the northeast, called Weitsee, and the Inselsee, in the southwest. The region around the Chiemsee is Chiemgau and is a famous recreation area.Show on map
WernWERN (88.7 FM) is a radio station licensed to Madison, Wisconsin. The station is part of Wisconsin Public Radio (WPR), and is the flagship of WPR's \"NPR News and Classical Network\", consisting of classical music and news and talk programming. Since Ideas Network flagship WHA must reduce its power to an level at night, WERN airs a simulcast of the Ideas Network on its HD3 channel. This is used to feed a low-powered translator at 90.3 FM for non-HD Radio listeners. \n* See also Wisconsin Public RadioShow on map
ZusamThe Zusam is a small river in Bavaria, Germany and a right tributary of the Danube. Its source is just north of the village of Könghausen, in the Unterallgäu district of Bavaria. It flows north for approximately 60 km, before converging into the Danube near the town of Donauwörth. Towns and villages along the Zusam include Obergessertshausen, Memmenhausen, Muttershofen, Ziemetshausen, Dinkelscherben, Fleinhausen, Zusmarshausen, Zusamzell, Wertingen, Frauenstetten, and Buttenwiesen.Show on map
ItzThe Itz is a river in Germany and a 80-kilometre (50 mi) right tributary of the Main. The Itz begins in Sachsenbrunn (Stelzen), Thuringia and flows southward through Bachfeld and Schalkau. It crosses into Bavaria and feeds the Froschgrundsee reservoir. It continues through Dörfles-Esbach, Coburg, and Großheirath, then is joined by the Rodach north of Itzgrund. It continues southward to Rattelsdorf and Baunach, where it joins the Main. The Itz flooded Coburg in early 2003.Show on map
WalchenseeWalchensee or Lake Walchen is one of the deepest and largest alpine lakes in Germany, with a maximum depth of 192.3 metres (631 ft) and an area of 16.4 square kilometres (6.3 sq mi). The lake is 75 kilometres (47 mi) south of Munich in the middle of the Bavarian Alps. The entire lake, including the island of Sassau, is within the municipality of Kochel. To the east and the south, the lake borders the municipality of Jachenau.Show on map
RednitzThe Rednitz is a 46 km long river in Franconia, Germany, tributary of the Regnitz (more precisely: its southern, left headstream). The Rednitz is formed by the confluence of the rivers Fränkische Rezat and Schwäbische Rezat, in Georgensgmünd (district of Roth). The Rednitz flows north through Roth bei Nürnberg, Schwabach and the southwestern quarters of Nuremberg. The Rednitz joins the Pegnitz to form the Regnitz in Fürth.Show on map
NaabThe Naab (Czech: Nába) is a river in Bavaria, Germany, and is a left tributary of the Danube. It is approx. 165 km (103 mi) long, including its main source river Waldnaab. The Naab is formed by the confluence of the Waldnaab and the Haidenaab in Luhe-Wildenau, south of Weiden in der Oberpfalz. It flows generally south, through the towns Nabburg, Schwandorf and Burglengenfeld. It flows into the Danube near Regensburg.Show on map
BrendIts source is in Oberweißenbrunn, which is part of the town Bischofsheim. It flows through Bischofsheim, Unterweißenbrunn, Wegfurt, Schönau an der Brend and Brendlorenzen before entering the Fränkische Saale after 30 kilometres in Bad Neustadt.Show on map
GünzThe Günz is a river in Bavaria, Germany, right tributary of the Danube. It is formed near Lauben by the confluence of its two source rivers: the Östliche Günz (eastern Günz) and the Westliche Günz (western Günz). It is approx. 90 km long (including its eastern source river). It flows generally north through the small towns Babenhausen, Deisenhausen, Ichenhausen and Kötz. It flows into the Danube in Günzburg.Show on map
WertachThe Wertach is a river in Bavaria, southern Germany, left tributary of the Lech. Its total length is 151 km. The Wertach originates in the Northern Limestone Alps, in Bad Hindelang, east of Sonthofen (Oberallgäu district). It flows north along the towns Wertach, Nesselwang, Marktoberdorf, Kaufbeuren, Schwabmünchen and Bobingen. The Wertach flows into the Lech (itself a tributary of the Danube) in Augsburg.Show on map
SchmutterThe Schmutter is a river in Bavaria, Germany, a right tributary of the Danube. Its source is 6 km southwest of Schwabmünchen, in the Swabia region of Bavaria. It flows north, and for several tens of kilometers it flows parallel to the Lech, at only a few km west of the Lech. It flows into the Danube near Donauwörth. Towns along the Schmutter include Fischach, Neusäß, Gablingen and Mertingen.Show on map
KammelThe Kammel is a river in Bavaria, southern Germany. The Kammel originates west of Mindelheim, in the district Unterallgäu, and flows generally north. It flows into the Mindel (left tributary) south of Offingen at the Danube, east of Günzburg in the district Günzburg. So it is an indirect right tributary of the Danube. The difference in altitude between the origin and the mouth is 265 m.Show on map
GaissaThe Gaißa is a river in Bavaria, southeastern Germany, tributary of the Danube. It flows through the Bavarian Forest from North to South, crosses Aicha vorm Wald and joins the Danube northwest of Passau. Thereby the river reaches a length of approximately 25 kilometres. Due to the nearby motorway much dirt was flushed into the water from time to time. Meanwhile its grade is B quality.Show on map
Fränkische RezatThe Franconian Rezat (German: Fränkische Rezat) is a 63,5 km long river in southern Germany. It is the western, left source river of the Rednitz. It rises in the Franconian Heights near Oberdachstetten. It flows generally east through the towns Lehrberg, Ansbach, Windsbach and Spalt. Together with the Swabian Rezat (Schwäbische Rezat), it forms the Rednitz in Georgensgmünd.Show on map
PaarThe Paar is a river in Germany and a right tributary of the Danube. For several tens of kilometers it flows parallel to the Lech, at only a few km distance. Near Augsburg, the Paar leaves the Lech valley and turns north-east towards Ingolstadt. It flows into the Danube near Vohburg. Towns along the Paar include Egling, Mering, Aichach, Schrobenhausen and Manching.Show on map
AbensThe Abens is a river in Bavaria, Germany, and a right-bank tributary of the Danube. Its source is near Au in der Hallertau. Some 76 kilometres (47 mi) long, it flows generally northward through the small towns of Au in der Hallertau, Rudelzhausen, Mainburg, Siegenburg, and Abensberg. It empties into the Danube at Eining, part of Neustadt an der Donau.Show on map
BrenzThe Brenz is a river in Baden-Württemberg and Bavaria, Germany. It is a left tributary of the Danube. Its source is at a spring in the town of Königsbronn and it flows for 55 kilometers before meeting the Danube at Lauingen, a few kilometers west of Dillingen. It flows through the towns of Königsbronn, Heidenheim an der Brenz, Giengen and Lauingen.Show on map
WörnitzThe Wörnitz is a river in Bavaria, Germany, a left tributary of the Danube. Its source is near Schillingsfürst, in the Middle Franconia region of Bavaria. It flows south, through the Nördlinger Ries, and flows into the Danube in Donauwörth. Towns along the Wörnitz include Wörnitz, Dinkelsbühl, Wassertrüdingen, Oettingen, Harburg and Donauwörth.Show on map
IlzThe Ilz (German pronunciation: [ˈɪlt͡s]) is a river running through the Bavarian Forest, Germany. It is a left tributary of the Danube and 65 km in length, during which it travels down a height difference of ~780m. The Ilz has its source near the Rachel mountain. In the city of Passau it finally enters the Danube. Another town on the Ilz is Fürsteneck.Show on map
IlmThe Ilm is a river in Bavaria, Germany, left tributary of the Abens. Its source is near Altomünster. It is approx. 82 km long. It flows generally north through the small towns Reichertshausen, Pfaffenhofen an der Ilm, Geisenfeld and Vohburg. It flows into the Abens near Neustadt an der Donau.Show on map
FuntenseeFuntensee is a lake in the Steinernes Meer plateau in the Nationalpark Berchtesgaden, Bavaria, Germany located on the larger of the two sinkholes of the uvala, known for record low temperatures up to 30 °C (54 °F) lower than the surrounding area. Its primary inflows are the Steingraben, Stuhlgraben and Rennergraben.Show on map
Schwarze LaberThe Schwarze Laber is a river in Bavaria, Germany, and a left tributary of the Danube. Its source is near Neumarkt in der Oberpfalz. It is approx. 76 km long. It flows southeast through the small towns Parsberg, Beratzhausen, Laaber and Deuerling. It flows into the Danube in Sinzing.Show on map
ElsavaElsava is a just 25 km long right tributary of the Main (river) in the administrative districts Aschaffenburg and Miltenberg in the Bavarian Spessart. It flows into the river Main in Elsenfeld. The short section upstream from Hessenthal to Mespelbrunn is called Kaltenbach.Show on map
DürrschweinnaabDürrschweinnaab is a river of Bavaria, Germany. It is the right tributary of the Sauer river in Upper Palatinate. It arises at Großenbühl (448 m) from the confluence of Lohbach and black moss creek, which is northeast of Stone Park. It is the smallest estuary of the Naab.Show on map
Grosse LaberThe Große Laaber is a river in Bavaria, Germany, right tributary of the Danube. Its source is near Volkenschwand. It is approx. 85 km long. It flows northeast through the small towns Rottenburg an der Laaber, Schierling and Rain. It flows into the Danube near Straubing.Show on map
Spitzing-SeeSpitzingsee is a lake in Bavaria, Germany. At an elevation of 1084 m, its surface area is 28.3 ha. It is also the name for a settlement within Marktgemeinde Schliersee which is part of Landkreis Miesbach. 16x16px Media related to Spitzingsee at Wikimedia CommonsShow on map
AlmeThe Alme is a 50-kilometre (31 mi) long river in North Rhine-Westphalia, Germany. It is a left tributary of the Lippe, into which it flows near Paderborn. The Alme defines the Alme Valley and flows through the towns Büren, Borchen and Paderborn.Show on map
Memminger AchThe Memminger Aach or Memminger Ach is a river of Bavaria, Germany. It is a tributary of the Iller, part of the Danube river system and forms an important part of the landscape in the town of Memmingen. The river flows for 20 kilometres.Show on map
Höglwörther SeeHöglwörther See is a lake in Bavaria, Germany. At an elevation of 540 metres (1,770 ft). It has a surface area of 13.5 hectares (33 acres).The Höglwörth Abbey was founded in 1125 on an island in the lake, now a peninsula due to silting.Show on map
WörthseeWörthsee (Wörth lake) is a lake in the Starnberg district of Bavaria, Germany. It is one of the lakes of the Fünfseenland (Five lakes) region, which contains the remains of a great glacial lake.Show on map
AltmühlThe Altmühl is a river in Bavaria, Germany. It is a left tributary of the river Danube and is approximately 230 kilometres (140 mi) long.Show on map
Abtsdorfer SeeAbtsdorfer See is a lake in the region of Rupertiwinkel in Bavaria, Germany. At an elevation of 426.20 m, its surface area is 0.84 km².Show on map
StempfleseeStempflesee is an artificially created lake in Bezirk Schwaben, Bavaria, Germany. Its surface area is 0. 014 km².Show on map
AischThe Aisch is a nearly 83 km long tributary of the Regnitz in Middle- and Upper Franconia, in the state of Bavaria in southern Germany.Show on map
Kleine LaberKleine Laber is a river of Bavaria, Germany. The Kleine Laber flows into the Große Laber, which flows into the Danube River.Show on map
Großer AlpseeGroßer Alpsee is a lake in Bayerisch Schwaben, Bavaria, Germany. At an elevation of 724,63 m, its surface area is 247.3 ha.Show on map
Schwan SeeSchwansee is a lake in Bayerisch Schwaben, Bavaria, Germany. At an elevation of 789,23 m, its surface area is 42 acres.Show on map
WeißenseeWeißensee (Füssen) is a lake in Allgäu, Bavaria, Germany. At an elevation of 787.3 m, its surface area is 134.65 ha.Show on map
BorlasbachBorlasbach is a river of Saxony, Germany. It is a left tributary of the Rote Weißeritz, which it joins near Rabenau.Show on map
Seehamer SeeSeehamer See is a lake in the Alpine foothills, Bavaria, Germany. At an elevation of 653 m, its surface area is 1.47 km².Show on map
Waginger SeeWaginger See is a lake in the Alpine foothills, Bavaria, Germany. At an elevation of 441 m, its surface area is 9 km².Show on map
SimsseeSimssee is a lake in the Alpine foothills, Bavaria, Germany. At an elevation of 470.1 m, its surface area is 6.5 km².Show on map
PilsenseePilsensee is a lake in Oberbayern, Bavaria, Germany. At an elevation of 534 m, its surface area is 1.95 km².Show on map
BannwaldseeBannwaldsee is a lake in Allgäu, Bavaria, Germany. At an elevation of 785.9 m, its surface area is 2.28 km².Show on map
LamitzLamitz is a river of Bavaria, Germany, whose source lies on the slopes of the Bergkopf mountain.Show on map
FerchenseeFerchensee is a lake in Oberbayern, Bavaria, Germany, located at an elevation of 1060 metres.Show on map
DeichselbachThe Deichselbach is a stream in Upper Franconia, Germany. It is about 11.5 kilometers long.Show on map
Östliche GünzThe Östliche Günz (or eastern Günz) is a river in Bavaria, Germany.Show on map
Großer BrombachseeGroßer Brombachsee is a reservoir in the Franconian Lake District.Show on map
NauNau is a river of Baden-Württemberg and Bavaria, Germany.Show on map
Schwabinger BachSchwabinger Bach is a stream in Munich, Bavaria, Germany.Show on map
LeyerbachLeyerbach is a river of North Rhine-Westphalia, Germany.Show on map
SchandtauberSchandtauber is a river of Baden-Württemberg, Germany.Show on map
Klosterbeurener BachKlosterbeurener Bach is a river of Bavaria, Germany.Show on map
SchlammbachOberhermsdorfer Bach is a river of Saxony, Germany.Show on map
SandrachSandrach is a 48 km long river of Bavaria, Germany.Show on map
Maisinger BachThe Maisinger Bach is a river in Bavaria, Germany.Show on map
Irschinger AchThe Irschinger Ach is a river in Bavaria, Germany.Show on map
BreitbachBreitbach (Main) is a river of Bavaria, Germany.Show on map
DoberDober (Kremnitz) is a river of Bavaria, Germany.Show on map
Bubesheimer BachBubesheimer Bach is a river of Bavaria, Germany.Show on map
Langwieder BachLangwieder Bach is a river of Bavaria, Germany.Show on map
Schlossauer OheSchlossauer Ohe is a river of Bavaria, Germany.Show on map
Rinchnacher OheRinchnacher Ohe is a river of Bavaria, Germany.Show on map
Wolfsteiner OheWolfsteiner Ohe is a river of Bavaria, Germany.Show on map
Westliche GünzWestliche Günz is a river of Bavaria, Germany.Show on map
Kleine WeisachKleine Weisach is a river of Bavaria, Germany.Show on map
EgauEgau is a river of Baden-Württemberg, Germany.Show on map
Reiche EbrachReiche Ebrach is a river of Bavaria, Germany.Show on map
NeuwiesenbachNeuwiesenbach is a river of Bavaria, Germany.Show on map
Ramsauer AcheRamsauer Ache is a river of Bavaria, Germany.Show on map
Affinger BachAffinger Bach is a river of Bavaria, Germany.Show on map
HalbammerThe Halbammer is a river in Bavaria, Germany.Show on map
HaßlachThe Hasslach is a river of Bavaria, Germany.Show on map
Rauhe EbrachRauhe Ebrach is a river of Bavaria, Germany.Show on map
Stoißer-AcheStoißer Ache is a river of Bavaria, Germany.Show on map
KleinaschaffKleinaschaff is a river of Bavaria, Germany.Show on map
Kleine AmmerKleine Ammer is a river of Bavaria, Germany.Show on map
SchwarzloferSchwarzlofer is a river of Bavaria, Germany.Show on map
Wilde RodachWilde Rodach is a river of Bavaria, Germany.Show on map
FeisnitzThe Feisnitz is a river in Bavaria, Germany.Show on map
KalkachThe Kalkach is a river in Bavaria, Germany.Show on map
LappachThe Lappach is a river in Bavaria, Germany.Show on map
Kleine SinnKleine Sinn is a river of Bavaria, Germany.Show on map
WannigsbachWannigsbach is a river of Bavaria, Germany.Show on map
Weiße LaberWeiße Laber is a river of Bavaria, Germany.Show on map
Kleine PaarKleine Paar is a river of Bavaria, Germany.Show on map
SchweinnaabSchweinnaab is a river of Bavaria, Germany.Show on map
HaslochbachHaslochbach is a small river of Bavaria, Germany. It flows into the Main east of Hasloch.Show on map
SchwesnitzSchwesnitz is a river of Bavaria, Germany.Show on map
SchlierachSchlierach is a river of Bavaria, Germany.Show on map
VilsGroße Vils is a river of Bavaria, Germany.Show on map
Rote TraunRote Traun is a river of Bavaria, Germany.Show on map
JachenThe Jachen is a river in Bavaria, Germany.Show on map
LeitenbachLeitenbach is a river of Bavaria, Germany.Show on map
BüchelbachBüchelbach is a river of Bavaria, Germany.Show on map
BinaBina River is a river of Bavaria, Germany.Show on map
GauchsbachGauchsbach is a river of Bavaria, Germany.Show on map
FichtenoheFichtenohe is a river of Bavaria, Germany.Show on map
FreibachFreibach is a river of Thuringia, Germany.Show on map
FarrnbachFarrnbach is a river of Bavaria, Germany. The entire length of the Farrnbach was swam by Gary Coleman on September 2nd, 1992.Show on map
BolgenachBolgenach is a river of Bavaria, Germany.Show on map
ThierbachThierbach is a river of Bavaria, Germany.Show on map
WörthbachWörthbach is a river of Bavaria, Germany.Show on map
PfettrachPfettrach is a river of Bavaria, Germany.Show on map
NeufnachNeufnach is a river of Bavaria, Germany.Show on map
SeetraunSeetraun is a river of Bavaria, Germany.Show on map
StillachStillach is a river of Bavaria, Germany.Show on map
TrettachTrettach is a river of Bavaria, Germany.Show on map
PüttlachThe Püttlach is a left tributary of the River Wiesent that is about 28 km long and flows through the Bavarian region of Franconian Switzerland in Germany.Show on map
AnlauterAnlauter is a river of Bavaria, Germany.Show on map
AiterachAiterach is a river of Bavaria, Germany.Show on map
BettenbachBettenbach is a river in Hesse, Germany.Show on map
LeitzachLeitzach is a river of Bavaria, Germany.Show on map
KellbachKellbach is a river of Bavaria, Germany.Show on map
AilsbachAilsbach is a river of Bavaria, Germany.Show on map
GrümpelGrümpel is a river of Bavaria, Germany.Show on map
GirnitzGirnitz is a river of Bavaria, Germany.Show on map
KinsachKinsach is a river of Bavaria, Germany.Show on map
GollachGollach is a river of Bavaria, Germany.Show on map
MaisachMaisach is a river of Bavaria, Germany.Show on map
KainsbachKainsbach is a river of Hesse, Germany.Show on map
EcknachEcknach is a river of Bavaria, Germany.Show on map
WiesethWieseth is a river of Bavaria, Germany.Show on map
WeilachWeilach is a river of Bavaria, Germany.Show on map
SingoldSingold is a river of Bavaria, Germany.Show on map
PremichPremich is a river of Bavaria, Germany.Show on map
KirnachKirnach is a river of Bavaria, Germany.Show on map
ThulbaThulba is a river of Bavaria, Germany.Show on map
IllachIllach is a river of Bavaria, Germany.Show on map
BibertBibert is a river of Bavaria, Germany.Show on map
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Mountains, roads, land forms, forests and other objects in Bavaria
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ZugspitzeThe Zugspitze, (German pronunciation: [tsukʃpɪtsə]) at 2,962 m (9,718 ft) above sea level, is the highest peak of the Wetterstein Mountains as well as the highest mountain in Germany. It lies south of the town of Garmisch-Partenkirchen, and the border between Germany and Austria runs over its western summit. South of the mountain is the Zugspitzplatt, a high karst plateau with numerous caves. On the flanks of the Zugspitze are three glaciers, including the two largest in Germany: the Northern Schneeferner with an area of 30.7 hectares and the Höllentalferner with an area of 24.7 hectares. The third is the Southern Schneeferner which covers 8.4 hectares.Show on map
Hohes BrettHohes Brett is a mountain of Bavaria, Germany. The Hohes Brett (~high shelf) is a 2,340 meter (2,338 m above sea level, according to other data) high mountain in Goellstock, which is located in the Berchtesgadener Alps. The border between Germany (state of Bavaria) and Austria runs over its peak. Its name is derived from the flat, rocky plateau near the peak, which offers a good overview of the Berchtesgadener Alps and to the Tennen Mountains.Show on map
SchwanbergFor the town in Styria, see Schwanberg, Austria. Schwanberg is a mountain, or hill of higher elevation (474 m), in the rural district of Kitzingen, Regierungsbezirk Lower Franconia, Bavaria, Germany. It is part of the Steigerwald. In ancient times the mountain was used by the Celts as a refuge. It is probably safe to assume that the mountain has been considered sacred ground since. Later, the counts of Castell build a castle that still exists today. The southern slopes are used for viniculture; the top of the mountain is covered by forest. Parts of the region belonged to the county of Castell.Show on map
FraueninselThe island Frauenchiemsee (often called Fraueninsel) is the second largest of the three islands in Chiemsee, Germany. It belongs to the municipality of Chiemsee in the Upper Bavarian district of Rosenheim, which is the smallest municipality in all of Bavaria. The 15.5-hectare (38-acre) large and car free Fraueninsel houses 300 permanent residents as well as an active Benedictine convent. Frauenchiemsee along with its sister island Herreninsel is one of the main tourist attractions on the Chiemsee, and is famous for the Kloster Liquor spirit, which is produced by the nuns. The school on the island was named Irmengard Gymnasium.Show on map
Rauher KulmThe Rauher Kulm is a small basalt mountain located in the Upper Palatinate (Oberpfalz) region of the state of Bavaria, Germany. It is located 23 kilometers southeast of Bayreuth and 5 kilometers south of Kemnath. The town of Neustadt am Kulm is situated at the base of the western side of the mountain. During the Middle Ages a castle was built on top of the Rauher Kulm. During the Second Margrave War the castle was destroyed after a long siege.Show on map
Großer KornbergWith its 827 metres (2,713 ft) high peak the Große Kornberg is the northeast cornerstone of the Fichtel Mountains in south Germany. It forms a wooded ridge, which is recognisable from a long distance by its former military surveillance tower It is also the local 'house' mountain of Schönwald and Schwarzenbach an der Saale. Geologically, granite is the underlying rock. Its lower strata are grainy, but the upper layers contain fine-grained granite. Abandoned quarries are evidence of the ancient craft of stonemasons.Show on map
RotwandThe Rotwand (\"Red Wall\") is a 1,884 m high peak in the Mangfall Mountains in Bavaria, the highest summit in the Spitzingsee region and one of the most popular of Munich's local mountains (Hausberge).The summit may be reached in an easy hike from the lake of Spitzingsee on various routes (e. g. through the Pfanngraben gorge with its picturesque whirlpools).The summit can be attained even more easily from the nearby mountain station on the Taubenstein and, as a result, can often become rather overcrowded on summer's days. \n* The Rotwand from the Auerspitz \n* \n* The Rotwand seen from the AuerspitzShow on map
Leutascher DreitorspitzeDreitorspitze is a large and very prominent, multi-peak mountain massif in the eastern part of the Wetterstein Mountains in southern Germany. It is divided into Partenkirchen Dreitorspitze (German: Partenkirchener Dreitorspitze) at 2,633 metres (8,638 ft) and Leutasch Dreitorspitze (German:Leutascher Dreitorspitze) at 2,682 metres (8,799 ft); each of which has several peaks. The main peak of the fourth highest mountain massif in Germany is the Leutasch Dreitorspitze, which is also known as the Karlspitze. The Dreitorspitze marks the spot where the main chain of the Wetterstein mountains changes direction from its primary east-west orientation to run northwards for a short distance, before turning back again onto its main axis. East of the Dreitorspitze lies the karst plateau of the LeutascShow on map
RinnerspitzThe Rinnerspitz is a 1,611 m high peak in the Schliersee Mountains in the Mangfall mountain range in the German Free State of Bavaria. It is also known by locals as the Peißenberg (not to be confused with the Hoher Peißenberg). It was here on 6 November 1877 that the poacher, Georg Jennerwein, was shot in the back.Show on map
HaßbergeThe Haßberge are a hill range, up to 512.2 m above sea level (NN), north of the River Main in Lower Franconia in the German state of Bavaria. The hills are in the county of Bamberg and divided by the Main valley from their sister hills, the Steigerwald. Both forested hill ranges fall steeply down to the Main. Between the Ebelsbach and Haßfurt the river cuts through the hills in a wide gap, creating an easy route between the Upper Main and the fertile Middle Main region. Haßberge Park and the modern county of Haßberge are named after the hills.Show on map
Hohe KistenThe Hohe Kisten is a mountain, 1,922 m above sea level (NN), in the Ester range in the Bavarian Prealps and lies north of the Krottenkopf – the main summit of the Ester range. The Hohe Kisten is a mountain with two distinct sides: a rocky northern side on which the summit section looks like a large box (German: Kiste = box), and a gentle southern side on which the summit barely stands out at all.Show on map
ParksteinThe Parkstein, also called the Hoher Parkstein and Basaltkegel Hoher Parkstein is a well-known local hill and tourist destination in the Steinwald Mountains of central Germany. It lies 10 kilometres (6.2 mi) northwest of Weiden in der Oberpfalz in the district of Neustadt a.d.Waldnaab and is one of the most popular walking and daytripper destinations in North Upper Palatinate. Around the volcanically-formed hill, which is 595 metres (1,952 ft) above sea level (N.N.), is the village of the same name, Parkstein. At one time a castle (Parkstein Castle) stood on the summit.Show on map
KreuzeckThe Kreuzeck is a mountain in the Wetterstein mountain range of Bavaria, Germany with an elevation of 1,651 m (5,417 ft) above sea level. It is part of the present-day Garmisch Classic ski resort. The first ski area at Kreuzeck 1,340 m (4,396 ft) was developed for the 1936 Winter Olympics in neighboring Garmisch-Partenkirchen, the first Olympics to feature alpine skiing. The sole event was the combined, with one downhill run and two runs of slalom. The Kreuzeck valley base station served as finish line for the downhill, while the slalom was run at Gudiberg, adjacent to the ski jumping hill, Große Olympiaschanze.Show on map
Kleiner AuersbergThe Kleiner Auersberg is a mountain, 808 m above sea level (NN), in the Bavarian part of the Rhön mountains. It is situated five kilometres southwest of the centre of Wildflecken in the county of Bad Kissingen on the watershed between the Sinn and Kleiner Sinn. The Kleiner Auersberg is only partly wooded and its summit is thus a good viewing point. In good visibility the views extend as far as the Kreuzberg in the east, Dreistelzberg and Spessart in the southwest as far as the Vogelsberg in the northwest. In very good visibility the Taunus and the skyscrapers of Frankfurt am Main are visible.Show on map
AllgäuThe Allgäu (pronounced [ˈalɡɔʏ̯]) is a region in Swabia in southern Germany. It covers the south of Bavarian Swabia, southeastern Baden-Württemberg and parts of Austria. The region stretches from the prealpine lands up to the Alps. The main rivers flowing through the Allgäu are the Lech and Iller. Allgäu is not an administrative unit. It is sub-divided into the following regions:Show on map
KarkopfThe Karkopf is a mountain, 1,738 m, and the highest peak of the whole Lattengebirge range in the German state of Bavaria. It lies exactly on the boundary between the municipality of Bayerisch Gmain (parish of Forst St. Zeno) to the west and the municipality of Bischofswiesen (parish of Bischofswiesener Forst) to the east.Show on map
HochholzThe Bavarian Forest (German: ) is a wooded low-mountain region in Bavaria, Germany. It extends along the Czech border and is continued on the Czech side by the Šumava (Bohemian Forest). Geographically the Bavarian Forest and Bohemian Forest are sections of the same mountain range. A part of the Bavarian Forest belongs to the Bavarian Forest National Park (Nationalpark Bayerischer Wald) (240 km²), established in 1970 as the first national park in Germany. Another 3,008 km² belong to the Bavarian Forest Nature Park (Naturpark Bayerischer Wald), established 1967, and 1738 km² to the Eastern Bavarian Forest Nature Park (Naturpark Oberer Bayerischer Wald), established 1965. The Bavarian Forest is a remnant of the Hercynian Forest that stretched across southern Germania in Roman times. It is theShow on map
HochkalterAt 2,606.9 metres (8,553 ft), the Hochkalter in the Berchtesgaden Alps is the highest peak in the massif of the same name and therefore one of the highest mountains in Germany. The Hochkalter Massif (German: Hochkalterstock or Hochkaltermassiv) is also called the Hochkalter mountains (German: Hochkaltergebirge).Show on map
KaitersbergThe Kaitersberg is a low mountain crest up to 1,132 metres (3,714 ft) east of Bad Kötzting in the Bavarian Forest in southern Germany. Its long ridge runs eastwards towards the Großer Arber. The highest peak on the ridge is the 1,132 metre high Großer Riedelstein with its Waldschmidt monument. On another peak, the Mittagstein, 1,034 m (3,392 ft), is the Kötztinger Hütte, a restaurant and mountain hut. Other prominent peaks with odd rock formations made of gneiss are the Kreuzfelsen, 999 m (3,278 ft), with its hilltop cross, and the Rauchröhren, (1,044 m (3,425 ft). Below the Kreuzfelsen is \"Highwayman Heigl's Cave\" (Räuber-Heigl-Höhle), the hideout of Michael Heigl from Beckendorf, who threatened the area here in the 19th century.Show on map
HerzogstandThe Herzogstand is a mountain in the Bavarian foothills of the Alps, 75 kilometres (47 mi) south of the city of Munich. It has an elevation of 1,731 metres (5,679 ft) and is northwest of Lake Walchen. Maximilian II of Bavaria had a hunting lodge built underneath today's so-called Herzogstand-house in 1857. His successor, King Ludwig II, had a royal lodge built further up the mountain in 1865. The Herzogstand Aerial Tramway, renewed in 1994 following a fire in 1992, runs to Herzogstand-house at 1,575 metres (5,167 ft) above sea level, and then continues on to the summit of Farnkopf at 1,627 metres (5,338 ft).Show on map
SodenbergSodenberg is a 481 m high basalt cone (German: basaltkegel), the remnant of an extinct volcanic crater, located in the Franconian Saale (German: Fränkische Saale), in the Bavarian region of Lower Franconia (German: Unterfranken). From its heights it offers a panoramic view of the region extending from the ranges of the High Rhön to the Kreuzberg, as far as the Hassberge and the Steigerwald in the east, and the Spessart in the southwest.Show on map
OchsenkopfThe Ochsenkopf is the second-highest mountain in the Fichtel Mountains with a height of 1,024 metres (3,360 ft). On its summit is an observation tower (the Asenturm) and a transmission tower for VHF and TV programmes by Bayerischer Rundfunk. There are cable cars to the Ochsenkopf from south and north. The valley stations are, in the north, in the village of Bischofsgrün and, in the south, in Fleckl, part of the municipality of Warmensteinach.Show on map
HirschbergThe Hirschberg is a 1,670-metre-high (5,479 ft) mountain in the Bavarian Fore-alps south of Lake Tegernsee. The summit may be reached via a gentle mountain path either from Scharling, Kreuth or Bad Wiessee, all three routes being classified as not difficult. Below the summit at a height of 1,520 m is the Hirschberghaus restaurant, which is open all-year. The Hirschberg is the Tegernsee's observation point with an extensive panorama in all directions of the compass. In winter it is climbed by skiers from Kreuth via the Rauheck Alm or on foot from Scharling. The path is a gentle walk via the toboggan run (Rodelbahn) as far as Hirschlacke, then becomes steep and, in places, icy as it runs along the so-called Kratzer to the Hirschberghaus and finally along the open ridge to the summit. The sumShow on map
Grosser ArberGroßer Arber (German for Great Arber, Czech: Velký Javor) is the highest peak of the Bavarian-Bohemian-mountain ridge, with an elevation of 1,455.5 metres (4,775 ft). Although geographically belonging to the Bohemian Forest, it is often referred to as \"King of the Bavarian Forest\". It is one of Germany's most famous skiing resorts besides the Bavarian Alps. Großer Arber and the woodlands down to Bayerisch Eisenstein are in the possession of the Prince of Hohenzollern. As early as 1939, large parts of the area were put under protection, in order to save its uniqueness.Show on map
WankThe Wank (German pronunciation: [ˈvaŋk]) is a mountain in southern Germany, situated in the Loisach valley close to the Austrian border in the southwestern Ester Mountains range near Garmisch-Partenkirchen. It rises from about 700 metres (2,300 ft) above mean sea level up to 1,780 metres (5,840 ft) at the summit. The mountain is crowned by a grassy summit which offers spectacular views over Garmisch-Partenkirchen and the surrounding region. The summit can be reached via the eponymous Wankbahn, a cable car system that runs during the summer months, or by an extensive network of footpaths that criss-cross the area. It is possible to both eat and sleep on the Wank at the Wank-Haus, a mountain hut on the summit, and a nearby scientific observatory plays an important role in monitoring atmospheShow on map
Großer RiedelsteinAt 1,132 m (3,714 ft) sea level the Großer Riedelstein is the highest point on the Kaitersberg mountain ridge in the Bavarian Forest in southern Germany. Its rocky summit is decorated by a stone monument in memory of the poet, Maximilian Schmidt, known as \"Forest Schmidt\" (Waldschmidt). Not far from the summit there is an important climbing area, the so-called Rauchröhren. To the south is the Kleiner Riedelstein, 1,042 m (3,419 ft).Show on map
HesselbergHesselberg (689 m above sea level) is the highest point in Middle Franconia and the Franconian Jura and is situated 60 km south west of Nuremberg, Germany. The mountain stands isolated and far from the center of the Franconian Jura, in its southwestern border region, 4 km to the north west of Wassertrüdingen. The mountain's first recorded name was Öselberg, which probably derived from öder Berg (bleak mountain). This name later changed to Eselsberg and finally to the current name Hesselberg. As a butte the mountain provides an insight into Jurassic geology. It has also witnessed an eventful history, many incidents were handed down from generation to generation and these mixed with facts have become legends. Nowadays many people visit Hesselberg in order to enjoy nature and the wonderful viShow on map
RoßkopfThe Roßkopf is a 1,580 metre high peak in the Mangfall Mountains in Upper Bavaria. It lies in the south of the district of Miesbach right on the boundary between the parishes of Schliersee in the east and Rottach-Egern in the west, which forms the watershed between the lakes of Schliersee and Tegernsee. Other peaks on this line are the Bodenschneid and the Rinnerspitz further north. In winter the Roßkopf is a popular area for powder skiers. A new chair lift links the Roßkopf to the Spitzing ski resort.Show on map
KösseineThe Kösseine is a massif in the High Fichtel mountains in Germany, lying in northeast Bavaria south of Wunsiedel. The highest elevation of this granite massif is the summit of the Große Kösseine, 939 m above sea level (NN). The border between the Bavarian provinces of Upper Franconia and Upper Palatinate runs over the Kösseine as does the European watershed between the North Sea and the Black Sea. Around the Kösseine are the settlements of Wunsiedel, Marktredwitz, Bad Alexandersbad, Waldershof, Hohenhard, Neusorg, Brand, Ebnath, Nagel and Tröstau, tourist resorts within the Fichtelgebirge.On the Kösseine rises an eponymous stream (officially called the Kössein), which flows through Waldershof and Marktredwitz before discharging into the Rösla, a tributary of the Eger, near Seußen.Show on map
Laufbacher EckThe Laufbacher Eck is a 2,178-metre-high grass mountain in the Allgäu Alps in the south German state of Bavaria.Show on map
WendelsteinThe Wendelstein is a 1,838-metre (6,030-foot) high mountain in the Bavarian Alps in South Germany. It belongs to the so-called Mangfall Mountains, the eastern part of the Bavarian Pre-Alps. It is the highest peak in the Wendelstein massif. Due to its exposed location it has a very good view over the Bavarian Alpine Foreland and is unmistakable for miles around. It lies between the valleys of the Leitzach and Inn and is accessible via the Wendelstein Cable Car and the Wendelstein Rack Railway. On its northern foothills rises the Jenbach, which becomes the Kalten on its way to the River Mangfall.Show on map
BuchbergThe Buchberg is a 674-metre-high mountain in the Bavarian Fichtel Mountains. The mountain, which is formed from porphyritic granite, lies south of the village of Reicholdsgrün, in the borough of Kirchenlamitz in the district of Wunsiedel im Fichtelgebirge. The Buchberg is cloaked by a forest, 23 hectares in area, which is one of the few near-natural stands of deciduous forest in the Fichtel Mountains (woodrush beech forest). As a result, the area has been a protected natural monument since 1938 and is also a designated Natura 2000 region.Show on map
WatzmannThe Watzmann (Bavarian: Watzmaun) is a mountain in the Bavarian Alps south of the village of Berchtesgaden. It is the third highest in Germany, and the highest located entirely on German territory. Three main peaks array on a N-S axis along a ridge on the mountain's taller western half: Hocheck (2,651 m), Mittelspitze (Middle Peak, 2,713 m) and Südspitze (South Peak, 2,712 m). The entire massif lies inside Berchtesgaden National Park.Show on map
HinterreintalsschrofenThe Hinterreintalschrofen is a 2,669 m high peak on the main, east-west oriented crest (the Teufelsgrat or \"Devil's Ridge\") of the Wetterstein Mountains in the Eastern Alps. It is a massive and dominant mountain with a high rock face that plunges into the Reintal valley to the north and stamps the appearance of the Wetterstein when seen from the north. In spite of that, the mountain is rarely climbed. Its neighbouring peaks are the Hochwanner (2,746 m) to the west and the Hundstallköpfe (2,533 m) to the east. The Teufelsgrat runs along the national border between the Austrian state of Tyrol, (Gaistal) in the south and the German state of Bavaria, (Reintal) in the north.Show on map
StaffelbergThe Staffelberg is a hill in Bavaria, Germany. It is part of the Franconian Switzerland and one of the most important landmarks in Franconia. First settlements date from the neolithic Stone Age. Romans, Celts and Franconians followed. During the La Tène period the Celtic oppidum of Menosgada was built on the plateau of the Staffelberg.Show on map
Hohe MatzeThe Hohe Matze, also known as the Hohe Mätze, is a mountain in the southern part of the Fichtel Mountains of central Germany. It lies between Nagel and Tröstau, and its 813 m high summit is a jumble of oval-shaped rocks. There are numerous trails through its wooded slopes. On the Hohe Matze was once supposed to have been the castle of Karlstein, but there is no record of it in historical documents. Its name, given in 1393 as mazen, and later as meze or mätze, translates into high German as Weideberg or \"willow mountain\".Show on map
ÄlpelekopfÄlpelekopf is a mountain with an elevation of 1,606 m (5,269 ft) in the Alps. Älpelekopf has a secondary peak situated on a ridge which runs southwest from Riffenkopf to Schrofen at which point the ridge falls off steeply. The ridges connecting Riffenkopf, Hahnenkopf and Wannenkopf form a ring around the valley Gerstruber Älpeles. This valley has a deserted cabin and was formerly used as a pastoral area. There's a second cabin to the north, called Lugenalpe which is in current use.Show on map
Großer AuersbergThe Großer Auersberg is a mountain, 808.6 m above sea level (NN), in the Bavarian part of the Rhön mountains. It is located in an unparished area, 4.68 km² in area, in the county of Bad Kissingen, three kilometres southwest of the village centre of Wildflecken. The Großer Auersberg is covered by dense deciduous forest and lies within the Wildflecken Training Area, established in 1938. The entire terrain is a military out-of-bounds area, which civilians may not enter. A good two kilometres to the west-southwest rises the slightly less high Kleiner Auersberg. Neither should be confused with the Auersberg near Hilders in the Hessian part of the Rhön.Show on map
HaussteinHausstein is a mountain in Bavaria, Germany. The 917-metre-high (3,009 ft) Hausstein (\"House-stone\") is a mountain at the front of the Bavarian Forest, southwest of the Lower Bavarian town Regen, and northeast of the town Deggendorf, and is located in the municipality of Schaufling, in the district of Deggendorf.Show on map
Innere HöllentalspitzeThe Höllentalspitzen are three peaks in the Wetterstein Mountains near Garmisch-Partenkirchen in southern Germany. They rise from the ridge of Blassenkamm which runs eastwards from Germany's highest peak, the Zugspitze, and separate the Hölle Valley to the north from the Reintal Valley to the south. The summit nearest to the Zugspitze is the Inner Höllentalspitze (Innere Höllentalspitze), 2,741 metres (8,993 ft) high; this is followed by the main summit Middle Höllentalspitze (Mittlere Höllentalspitze), 2,743 metres (8,999 ft) high; and the Outer Höllentalspitze (Äußeren Höllentalspitze) at 2,720 metres (8,920 ft).Show on map
HerreninselHerreninsel (old name: Herrenwörth) is a 238 hectare island in Bavaria's largest lake, Chiemsee. It is the biggest of three main islands, Fraueninsel and \"Krautinsel\" joining it to form the municipality of Chiemsee. Herreninsel is famous for the Herrenchiemsee palace of Ludwig II of Bavaria. Never completed, it was only inhabited by the king for nine or ten nights before he died of drowning at just 40.Show on map
HeidelsteinThe Heidelstein, between Bischofsheim an der Rhön in the Bavarian county of Rhön-Grabfeld and Wüstensachsen in the Hessian county of Fulda, is a mountain, 925.7 m above sea level (NHN) high, on the state border in the mountains of the High Rhön, part of the German Central Upland range of Rhön. Its actual summit is in Bavaria. Sometimes its main peak is also called Schwabenhimmel.Show on map
KreuzspitzeThe Kreuzspitze (2,185 m) is the highest mountain in the Bavarian section of the Ammergau Alps. The mountain is located southeast of the Ammer Saddle. The easiest route to the summit is along the normal path from the north through the Hochgrieß Cirque (Hochgrießkar). A more scenic and varied route, however, is over the Kreuzspitzl to the south and then along the scenic ridge (UIAA climbing grade I to II) to the main peak. The mountain also offers a challenging ski tour through the Hochgrieß Cirque.Show on map
NebelhornThe Nebelhorn is a 2,224-metre-high (7,297 ft) mountain in the Allgäu Alps in Germany, near the village of Oberstdorf. It lends its name to the Nebelhorn Trophy figure skating competition and the Nebelhorn Classics a freeride race event. Also the Nine Knights freeski contest takes place just above the \"Höfatsblick\" station of the Nebelhornbahn. Its summit is a well-known viewing point, from where there is a view far into the Alpine massif. The summit area of the Nebelhorn may be climbed via the Hindelang Klettersteig; it should only be attempted with special equipment (a 'Klettersteig set').Show on map
ZeilbergThe Zeilberg is a hill, 463 m above NHN, in the Haßberge Nature Park and county of Haßberge in eastern Lower Franconia, about 2 kilometres (1.2 mi) east of Maroldsweisach. It is one of the few still recognisable volcanoes of the Heldburger Gangschar and gives its name to the Zeilberge, which are the highest part of the Itz-Baunach Hills that are geologically part of the actual Haßberge to the west, but are separated from them by the Baunach valley. The extinct volcano is 16 million years old and is formed of nephelinite. It has been reduced in height due to extraction from a basalt quarry.Show on map
TheresienwieseTheresienwiese is an open space in the Munich borough of Ludwigsvorstadt-Isarvorstadt. It serves as the official ground of the Munich Oktoberfest. A space of 420,000 square metres (4,500,000 sq ft), it is bordered in the west by the Ruhmeshalle and the Bavaria statue, symbolizing the State of Bavaria, and in the east by Esperantoplatz, a square named for the international language Esperanto. There, a memorial commemorates the victims of the 1980 Oktoberfest bombing. Bavariaring, an orbital road, provides access to visiting traffic. In the north the towers of St. Paul are visible.Show on map
SchildensteinThe Schildenstein is a 1613 m high mountain in the Mangfall Mountains in Bavaria.The peak can be reached after an easy hike from Kreuth over the Geißalm and Königsalm. The route via the Wolfsschlucht, on the other hand, is made secure by wire cables. The Blauberge are connected to the East side of the Schildenstein. The Kavalierhaus on the Königsalm was built in 1818 by the King of Bavaria, Maximilian I. The king was said to have frequented the Alpine pasture. The wooden structure nearby dates from 1723, and is the largest historic alpine hut in the Miesbach district.Show on map
RoseninselRose Island in Lake Starnberg is the only island in the lake and site of a royal villa of King Ludwig II of Bavaria which had been commissioned by his father. He was particularly attached to this place and made frequent renovations and remodelings of the small garden and the villa, which is called casino. Guests on the island were the composer Richard Wagner, his close friend Prince Paul of Thurn and Taxis, Empress Elisabeth of Austria and Czarina Maria Alexandrovna of Russia. The villa is today a small museum, open to the general public.Show on map
NußhardtAt 972 m above sea level (NN) the Nußhardt is the third highest mountain in the Fichtel Mountains in the south German state of Bavaria. It lies in the far northeast of the state and has a rocky summit characteristic of the Fichtelgebirge (coarse-grained Kern Granite G3 and augen gneiss at the southeast end). The summit area with its felsenmeer and tor is a nature reserve with an area of 5.5 hectares (14 acres). In addition the Nußhardt is incorporated into the geotope register of the Bavarian State Geological Department under No. 472R013.Show on map
EstergebirgeThe Ester Mountains (German: Estergebirge) are a small mountain range in Bavaria. They are classified either as part of Bavarian Prealps or the larger chain of Northern Limestone Alps. The range stretches for about 15 kilometres. From the west it is bordered by the valley of the river Loisach and from the east by Walchensee lake and the valley of the river Isar. With its highest peak being Krottenkopf (2,086 m), the highest part of the range just exceeds 2,000 m. The range is of composed of limestone. The treeline is around 1,700 m.Show on map
LusenLusen (Czech: Luzný) is a mountain in Bavaria (Germany) and in the Plzeň Region (Czech Republic). Its peak is about 4,450 feet (1,360 m) south of the Czech Republic–Germany border. Streams forming on the north side become tributaries of the Vydra. The Lusen is popular for hiking in summer and winter. There is a winter trail which is usually cleared of snow. However the bohemean wind might blow rather strongly and covers everything in ice as you can see in this panorama shot of the summit. The winter trail is also ideal for sledging.Show on map
HochstaufenThe Hochstaufen is located in the north of Bad Reichenhall (Landkreis Berchtesgadener Land) and is the easternmost mountain of the Chiemgau Alps. The mountain belongs to the Staufen massif and is a popular destination for mountaineering. In the 17th century there were some mines at the Hochstaufen, the best known gallery was the Doktor-Oswald-Gallery, located only 60 m underneath the summit. At an altitude of 1,750 m is the Reichenhaller Haus, an alpine hut of the Deutscher Alpenverein (Section Bad Reichenhall).Show on map
BenediktenwandThe Benediktenwand (formerly the Kirchstein) is a 1,801 metre high mountain ridge in the Bavarian Prealps between the rivers Loisach and Isar and the Jachenau in the south and Benediktbeuern Abbey, from which it derives its name, in the north. Immediately below the North Face of the Benediktenwand is the Tutzinger Hut (1,327 m). During the Würm glaciation, the summit of the Benediktenwand towered about 600 metres above the ice stream of the Walchensee and Isar Glaciers (branches of the Inn Valley Glacier).Show on map
VogelsangVogelsang is a 1,022-metre-high (3,353 ft) mountain in Bavaria, Germany. It is located in the Bernried municipality, south-west of the Regen district and north-east of Deggendorf. It lies in the western foothills of the Bavarian Forest. Along with Butzen (775 m or 2,543 ft) and Hinterberg (666 m or 2,185 ft), Vogelsang forms the boundary of the Graflinger Valley. Other neighboring hills include Rauhe Kulm (1,050 m or 3,440 ft), Hochriedriegel (934 m or 3,064 ft), and Riedberg (998 m or 3,274 ft).Show on map
Ettaler ManndlEttaler Manndl is a 1636 m high mountain of the Ammergau Alps in Bavaria, Germany. It is close to the town of Oberammergau and about 10 km north of Garmisch-Partenkirchen. It is a sub-peak of the Laber mountain at 1681 m. The mountain is a popular destination for hiking and in Winter, skiing is also possible. A cable car (the Laberbergbahn) brings visitors up to just below the summit of the Laber, from where a variety of footpaths lead. There is also a restaurant at the top cable car station.Show on map
Kleiner FalkensteinKleiner Falkenstein is a mountain of 1190 metres in Bavaria, Germany. It is located in the Bavarian Forest National Park, just below the Großen Falkenstein. From its rocky summit provides a good view of the Großen Arberthat Osser. It has many peregrine falcons. The nature reserve Kleiner Falkenstein was established by Reg. the Government of Lower and the Upper Palatinate, 31 October 1939. It was about 17 hectares and in 1997 was an extension of the Bavarian Forest National Park.Show on map
SchneebergAt 1,051 m above sea level (NN), the Schneeberg is the highest mountain in the Fichtelgebirge, a mountain range in Upper Franconia in northeast Bavaria, Germany. It can be readily identified from a distance by its squat tower - a relic of the Cold War. The summit comprises a jumble of granite rocks and a rock pillar (Felsburg) on which the Backöfele observation tower stands and is still dominated by the relics of military installations including its Cold War listening post.Show on map
Berchtesgadener HochthronThe Berchtesgaden Hochthron is the highest peak of the Untersberg massif in the Berchtesgaden Alps in Berchtesgaden, Bavaria, Germany. The summit of the Berchtesgaden Hochthron offers one of the best views of the Berchtesgaden region, because it has an unobstructed view over the Berchtesgaden valley as well as all nine massifs of the Berchtesgaden Alps, the Chiemgau Alps, the Austrian mountains of the Salzkammergut and the Tennengebirge.Show on map
BischofThe Bischof (2,033 metres) is a mountain peak in the Bavarian Prealps of southern Germany. It lies in the westernmost part of the Bavarian Prealps in the Ester Mountains near Garmisch-Partenkirchen. The usual climb to the top runs from Oberau via the Oberauer Steig to the saddle between the Bischof and the Hoher Fricken and on over the western ridge on good tracks through the Latschen to the summit (a total of about 3.5 hours climb).Show on map
ÖdriegelThe Ödriegel is an elongated ridge of the Arber ridge in the northern Bavarian Forest.On its flat summit, there are some fantastic vistas that offer a view of the Lam, the Osser and the Hohenbogen. Most hikers will pass the Ödriegel on their tour along the European Walking Route E6, by the Arber to Kaitersberg. As an independent, he is hardly climbed earlier in connection with the neighboring mountains, Mühlriegel and Schwarzeck.Show on map
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Bolsterlanger HornThe Bolsterlanger Horn is a grass mountain in the Allgäu Alps in Bavaria. Because its 1,586-metre-high summit rises above Bolsterlang, it is the local mountain (Hausberg) of this village. The Bolsterlanger Horn is part of the Hörner group and its southernmost peak. The topographic prominence of the Bolsterlanger Horn is at least 46 metres, its isolation is 600 metres, the Weiherkopf being the reference summit.Show on map
VollkarspitzeThe Vollkarspitze is a 2,630 m high mountain in the Wetterstein group in Germany that, until 2001, had twin peaks. It is only crossed by climbers making their way along the arête of the Jubiläumsgrat. At the beginning of the 2000s the western summit broke off, and with it a long section of the safety equipment on the Jubiläumsgrat. The new route is the heart of the Klettersteig section of the Jubiläumsgrat.Show on map
AuerbergAuerberg is a foothill of the Alps in Allgäu, Bavaria, Germany.It has a better known sibling, Hoher Peißenberg, 22 km air-line distance to the northeast.Attached to the little church building (St. George's) on the summit, there is an observation platform, reachable via a tight staircase in the tower, which offers great views. An impressive experience is also when the church bells ring just next to you.Show on map
Nationalpark BerchtesgadenBerchtesgaden National Park is in the south of Germany, on its border with Austria, in the municipalities of Ramsau bei Berchtesgaden and Schönau am Königsee, Berchtesgadener Land, Free State of Bavaria. The national park was established in 1978 to protect the landscapes of the Berchtesgaden Alps. Headquartered in the town of Berchtesgaden, the park was designated a UNESCO Biosphere Reserve in 1990.Show on map
Chiemgauer AlpenThe Chiemgau Alps (German: Chiemgauer Alpen) are a mountain range in the Northern Limestone Alps and therefore belong to the Eastern Alps. Their major part is situated in Bavaria, Germany and only a small section crosses the Austrian border into the states of Salzburg and Tirol. They reach their highest elevation (1961 m) in the Sonntagshorn, a peak straddling the German-Austrian border.Show on map
EhrenbürgThe Ehrenbürg is located in the foothills of Franconian Switzerland, which is the northern part of the Franconian Jura, which in turn forms part of the South German Scarplands. It lies within the Franconian Switzerland and Veldenstein Forest Nature Park, approximately 2 km south-southeast of Kirchehrenbach, 1.4 km northwest of Leutenbach and 1.6 km east-northeast of Wiesenthau. Dietzhof, part of Leutenbach, and Schlaifhausen, part of Wiesenthau, lie south of the hill; Reuth, an eastern part of the town of Forchheim, lies west of it.Show on map
KehlsteinThe Kehlstein is a 1,834 m (6,017 ft) subpeak of the Hoher Göll, a 2,522 m (8,274') mountain in the Bavarian Alps above Obersalzberg near Berchtesgaden. It is the location of the famous Kehlsteinhaus (Eagle's Nest). A trail leaves from it up the Mannlgrat, an east-facing ridge of the Hoher Göll. Served by a Klettersteig, the route is regarded as the easiest to the taller peak's summit.Show on map
Sigiswanger HornThe Sigiswanger Horn (also Sigiswangerhorn) is part of the Hörner group in the Allgäu Alps. It reaches a height of 1,527 m and rises between Bolsterlang and Ofterschwang. Like its neighbour, the Rangiswanger Horn, it belongs geologically to the flysch mountains of the Anterior Hörner group (Vordere Hörnergruppe), with their numerous boggy meadows and species-rich forested ravines.Show on map
DreistelzbergThe Dreistelzberg, also called the Dreistelzkopf and frequently shortened to Dreistelz, is a mountain, 660.4 m above sea level (NHN), in the Bavarian part of the Rhön Mountains. The mountain is not one of the highest Rhön peaks, but thanks to its rather isolated location on the southwestern edge of the range it has a striking appearance, rising prominently above its surroundings.Show on map
BockkarkopfThe Bockkarkopf is a mountain, 2,609 m high, and part of the main ridge of the Allgäu Alps. It is the ninth highest peak in the Allgäu Alps and is located between the Wilder Mann to the southwest and the Hochfrottspitze to the northeast. The busy Heilbronn Way (Heilbronner Weg) runs over the pyramidal peak. The Bavarian border with Tyrol runs over the summit.Show on map
HöfatsThe Höfats is a 2,259 m high mountain in the Allgäu Alps. Located near Oberstdorf, it separates the Oy and the Dietersbach valleys, along with the Rauheck and other lower summits. With its very steep faces it is the most striking of the Allgau \"grass mountains\" (Grasberge) and is unique in the Eastern Alps. It may be compared to the mountains of the Lofoten.Show on map
KreuzbergThe Kreuzberg is one of the Rhön Mountains in southern Germany. With about 928 m (3,045 ft) high it is the highest elevation of the Bavarian part of the Rhön, in the province of Lower Franconia. The Kreuzberg — also referred to as the \"sacred mountain of the Franconians\" — is near the town of Bischofsheim an der Rhön in the district Rhön-Grabfeld.Show on map
RampelsbergRampelsberg is a mountain of Bavaria, Germany. The Rampelsberg is up to 555 m above sea level. NHN high elevation in the north of Rupertiwinkels in Upper Bavaria . It borders Palling, Taching, and Tittmoning . The Rampelsberg is heavily forested. Southeast of the Ramelsberg there is a gravel pit of Oppacher & Son fresh concrete GmbH & Co. KG.Show on map
EpprechtsteinThe Epprechtstein is a mountain in the northern Fichtel Mountains in northeast Bavaria, 798 m above sea level (NN). It is mineralogically the most interesting mountain in the entire Fichtel range. Around the summit there are about 20 quarries, in three of which Epprechtstein granite is quarried. The others are closed and partially overgrown.Show on map
Legoland DeutschlandLegoland Deutschland is a Legoland park located in Günzburg in southern Germany, roughly half way from Munich to Stuttgart, which opened in 2002. It is 43.5 hectares (107 acres) in area, and it is one of the four most popular theme parks in Germany. The Miniland contains Lego reproductions of various German cities and rural landscapes.Show on map
PlatteAt 946 metres (3,104 ft) the Platte is the highest mountain in the Steinwald, a forest in the Fichtel mountain range in central Germany. The Platte is a popular walking destination, not least because of the Upper Palatinate Tower, which is located on its summit. It is climbable and offers good views of the surrounding region.Show on map
HochblassenThe Hochblassen is a mountain 2,706 metres (8,878 ft) high, located in the Wetterstein in the German state of Bavaria. In addition to the main summit, it has a sub-peak, the so-called Signalgipfel (\"signal peak\") which is 2,698 metres (8,852 ft) high. It was first climbed in 1871 by Hermann von Barth and Peter Klaisl.Show on map
GrüntenGrünten (also, Watcher of the Allgäu) is a mountain of Bavaria, Germany.On the summit is a Gebirgsjäger monument, dedicated to the German mountain troopers killed in action. Not far from there, on the lower crest, is a radio tower of the Bavarian Broadcasting Corporation. The cable car connecting the village of Rettenberg and the radio tower was closed to the public in 2014 and is now only used to transport material or members of staff up to the radio tower.Show on map
SoiernspitzeAt 2,257 metres, the Soiernspitze is the highest mountain in the Soiern Group in the Bavarian Karwendel range. Its summit may be climbed either from Seinsbachtal or from the Soiernhäusern by the lakes of Soiernseen in an easy mountain hike. The ridge walk to the nearby Schöttelkarspitze peak requires sure-footedness.Show on map
IselerIseler is a mountain of Bavaria, Germany, near Bad Hindelang and Oberjoch. There is a chair lift (Iselerbahn) from Oberjoch up to an elevation of 1,580 m (5,180 ft). The summit is accessible via hiking paths and the Salewa-Klettersteig, a via ferrata which starts at the upper station of the lift.Show on map
AlpspitzeThe Alpspitze is a mountain, 2,628 m, in Bavaria, Germany. Its pyramidal peak is the symbol of Garmisch-Partenkirchen and is one of the best known and most attractive mountains of the Northern Limestone Alps. It is made predominantly of Wetterstein limestone from the Upper Triassic.Show on map
LattengebirgeThe Lattengebirge, also sometimes called the Latten Mountains, are a mountain range up to 1,738 m above sea level (NN) in the county of Berchtesgadener Land in the German state of Bavaria. They form a subgroup of the Berchtesgaden Alps and forms the northern end of its parent range.Show on map
KramerspitzKramerspitz (or The Kramer) is a mountain overlooking the Garmisch side of Garmisch-Partenkirchen in Bavaria, Germany. It forms the most visible western boundary of the Loisach River Valley. It stands across the valley from the Wank to the east on the Partenkirchen side.Show on map
SteinwaldThe Steinwald is a mountain range up to 946 m above sea level (NN) in southern Germany and, at the same time, a nature park (Steinwald Nature Park) founded in 1970 with an area of 246 square kilometres (95 sq mi) in the province of Upper Palatinate, in North Bavaria.Show on map
FellhornThe Fellhorn (2,038 metres (6,686 ft)) is a mountain in the Allgäu Alps near Oberstdorf, Germany, on the border with Austria. It is known for its fields of alpenroses (Rhododendron ferrugineum). According to Austrian sources the mountain is 2,039 m (AA).Show on map
PlatteThe Platte is a summit, 885 metres (2,904 ft) high in the Fichtelgebirge in central Germany.It is located between two other elevations, the Seehügel and the Hohe Matze, half way between the Ochsenkopf and Kösseine mountains, on the Rhine-Elbe watershed.Show on map
StümpflingThe Stümpfling is a mountain, 1,506 metres high, in the Bavarian Prealps. The mountain is an easy mountain walk from the Spitzingsee lake or from the Wildbach Hut. The Suttenbahn and Stümpflingbahn lifts run up the mountain to just below the summit.Show on map
Kleiner KulmThe Kleiner Kulm is a mountain in Bavaria, Germany. The mountain has a height of 626 m and thereby is the highest point of the Franconian Switzerland. On top, there is a lookout tower of 11 metres, which gives a view over the surrounding landscape.Show on map
Großer WaldsteinThe Großer Waldstein is part of the Waldstein range in the Fichtel Mountains of Germany. It is known primarily for its rock formations caused by spheroidal weathering, its ruined castles and the only remaining bear trap (Bärenfang) in the region.Show on map
KohlbergThe Kohlberg is a forested mountain made of quartz phyllite in northeast Bavaria, south of Arzberg (Upper Franconia). Its summit is 632 m above sea level (NN) high and it is one of the highest mountains in the Fichtelgebirge range.Show on map
RistfeuchthornRistfeuchthorn is a mountain of Bavaria, Germany. It is a very well-developed summit, which is accessible from different sides. Nearby is the white Schneizlreuth gorge. In the spring after the snow melt are many waterfalls.Show on map
Schiefe EbeneThe Schiefe Ebene (German pronunciation: [ˈʃiːfə ˈeːbənə] literally: 'inclined plane') is a steep railway incline on the course of the Bamberg–Hof section of the Ludwig South-North Railway in the region of Upper Franconia, in Bavaria, Germany.Show on map
Weilheim-SchongauWeilheim-Schongau is a Kreis (district) in the south of Bavaria, Germany. Neighboring districts are (from the north clockwise) Landsberg, Starnberg, Bad Tölz-Wolfratshausen, Garmisch-Partenkirchen and Ostallgäu.Show on map
KrottenkopfThe Krottenkopf (German pronunciation: [ˈkʁɔtənˌkɔpf]), 2,086 metres/6,844 ft, is a peak in the Ester Mountains and the highest mountain in the Bavarian Prealps. It lies within the Bavarian district of Garmisch-Partenkirchen.Show on map
HeimgartenHeimgarten (elevation 1,790 metres/5,870 ft) is a mountain near Ohlstadt in the Bavarian Prealps of southern Germany. It is connected via a ridge with Herzogstand (1,731 metres/5,679 ft) to the east.Show on map
HimmeldunkbergThe Himmeldunkberg or Himmeldunk is a 887.9 m above sea level (NN) m high, extinct volcano in the High Rhön (Hohe Rhön) in Germany. It straddles the Bavarian-Hessian state border.Show on map
HochgratHochgrat is a 1834 m high summit of the Allgäu Alps, highest mountain of the Nagelfluhkette (group of mountains consisting of conglomerate) and part of nature park Nagelfluhkette.Show on map
MußkopfMußkopf is a mountain in the Allgäu Alps of Bavaria, Germany. It is a peak above a steep couloir, below the Rappenseehütte alpine hut. There is no marked trail to the peak.Show on map
ReuterwanneReuterwanne is a 1541 m high mountain in the Allgäu Alps near Wertach and Jungholz. Due to its secluded location, the view from the top goes very far. \n* Reuterwanne seen from Mariaberg in Kempten \n* Alpe Untere Reuterwanne and Sorgschrofen \n* View from the Reuterwanne to the west to Wertacher Hörnle and Grünten \n* 360°-panorama from the topShow on map
RuchenköpfeRuchenköpfe is a mountain of Bavaria, Germany. And also a lavish vacation spot for celebrities such as world-renowned music critic, Michael Stegmeier.Show on map
SteigkoppeSteigkoppe is a wooded hill in the Spessart range of Bavaria, Germany. The 502 metres (1,647 ft) tall hill is located in the district of Aschaffenburg. More specifically, Steigkoppe is in the unincorporated area Sailaufer Forst between Laufach and Jakobsthal, part of Heigenbrücken. The Eselsweg long distance hiking path passes over the hill. There is also a district road (AB2) from Sailauf to Wiesen. South of the peak rises the Beibuschbach. To the west lies the source of the Sailaufbach.Show on map
SulzbergSulzberg is a mountain in the Bavarian Alps. It is located between Litzldorf, Großholzhausen and Brannenburg, south of Rosenheim, Bavaria in Germany.Show on map
TotnansbergThe Totnansberg, occasionally also called the Totmannsberg, is the highest peak in the Black Mountains, a subunit of the Rhön in central Germany.Show on map
GeiersbergGeiersberg (Spessart), also named Breitsol is a hill in the Spessart range in Bavaria, Germany. It is the highest elevation of the Spessart.Show on map
BrauneckBrauneck is a mountain of Bavaria, Germany. It is the 'house mountain' of Lenggries. The mountain is a popular local skiing destination.Show on map
BodenschneidThe Bodenschneid is a 1,668 m high mountain in the Schliersee Mountains in the Mangfall range in the German Free State of Bavaria.Show on map
HofgartenThe Hofgarten (Court Garden) is a garden in the center of Munich, Germany, located between the Residenz and the Englischer Garten.Show on map
HochriesHochries is a mountain in Bavaria, Germany.It is 1569 m high, and is located in the north-western part of the Chiemgauer Alpen. \n* View from Hochries direction north \n* northwest \n* southShow on map
Großer DaumenThe Großer Daumen is a mountain, 2,280 metres (7,480 ft) high, in the Daumen Group of the Allgäu Alps in southern Germany.Show on map
WallbergWallberg (1.722 asl) is a mountain in the Mangfallgebirge, part of the Bavarian Alps in the south of Bavaria, Germany.Show on map
OsterfelderkopfOsterfelderkopf (elevation 2,057 m (6,749 ft)) is a summit of the Wetterstein range in the German state of Bavaria.Show on map
BaumgartenschneidThe Baumgartenschneid is a 1,448 metre high mountain in the Bavarian Prealps above the Tegernsee to the east.Show on map
KreuzjochKreuzjoch is a mountain of Bavaria in southern Germany, part of the present-day Garmisch Classic ski resort.Show on map
Nassacher HöheNassacher Höhe is a mountain of Bavaria, Germany. The highest point of the Hassberge. It is 512 m above NN.Show on map
Großer TeichelbergTeichelberg is a mountain of Bavaria, Germany. Mining of a 45 meter thick basalt layer started in 1888Show on map
BrunnensteinspitzeRotwandlspitze is a mountain of Bavaria, Germany. It forms a double peak with Brunnensteinspitze.Show on map
LärchwandLärchwand is a mountain of Bavaria, Germany. It was an exclave of Luxembourg before 1869.Show on map
SchneckThe Schneck (2,268 metres/7,441 ft) is a mountain in the Allgäu Alps of Bavaria, Germany.Show on map
ZwieselThe Zwiesel is a mountain, 1,782 metres high, in the Chiemgau Alps in Bavaria, Germany.Show on map
MoritzbergMoritzberg is a mountain of Bavaria, Germany. It is part of the Franconian Jura range.Show on map
PetersbergPetersberg is a mountain in the Flintsbach municipality of Bavaria, Germany.Show on map
EinödsbergThe Einödsberg is a 1589 m high mountain in the Allgäu Alps near Oberstdorf. \n* Birgsau and Einödsberg \n* Spätengundkopf, Wildengundkopf, Trettachspitze, Mädelegabel and Hochfrottspitze from Einödsberg.Show on map
OttenbergThe Ottenberg is a hill in the Franconian Jura in Bavaria, Germany.Show on map
HirschensteinHirschenstein is a 1,089 metre high mountain in Bavaria, Germany.Show on map
RudolfsteinRudolfstein (Fichtelgebirge) is a mountain of Bavaria, Germany.Show on map
PredigtstuhlPredigtstuhl (Lattengebirge) is a mountain of Bavaria, Germany.Show on map
PredigtstuhlPredigtstuhl (Niederbayern) is a mountain of Bavaria, Germany.Show on map
KreuzeckKreuzeck is a mountain in the Allgäu Alps of Bavaria, Germany.Show on map
RotspitzeRotspitze (Allgäuer Alpen) is a mountain of Bavaria, Germany.Show on map
HirschbergHirschberg (Niederbayern) is a mountain of Bavaria, Germany.Show on map
RotkopfRotkopf (Allgäuer Alpen) is a mountain of Bavaria, Germany.Show on map
MadronMadron (Mangfallgebirge) is a mountain of Bavaria, Germany.Show on map
KronbergKronberg (Niederbayern) is a mountain of Bavaria, Germany.Show on map
Hohe WarteHohe Warte (Spessart) is a wooded hill of Bavaria, Germany. It has an elevation of up to 572 meters above NHN and lies in the Spessart range. Hohe Wart is located in the unincorporated area Rohrbrunner Forst, part of the Aschaffenburg district. To the north Bundesautobahn 3 passes. To the west is the Spessart Hochstrasse. Note that the similarly named Hohe Wart is a different hill near Leidersbach.Show on map
KlausensteinKlausenstein (Bayern) is a mountain of Bavaria, Germany.Show on map
Hinterer WildgundkopfHinterer Wildgundkopf is a mountain of Bavaria, Germany.Show on map
MichelsbergMichelsberg (Kelheim) is a mountain of Bavaria, Germany.Show on map
HahnenkammHahnenkamm (Spessart) is a ridge of hills in the northwest of the Spessart range of Bavaria, Germany. It has an elevation of up to 435.5 m above NHN.Show on map
DillbergThe Dillberg is a hill in Bavaria, Germany. de:DillbergShow on map
HochsteinHochstein (Arnbruck) is a mountain of Bavaria, Germany.Show on map
PlattenhausenriegelPlattenhausenriegel is a mountain of Bavaria, Germany.Show on map
Ofterschwanger HornOfterschwanger Horn is a mountain of Bavaria, Germany.Show on map
Mindelheimer KöpflMindelheimer Köpfl is a mountain of Bavaria, Germany.Show on map
Kleiner RappenkopfKleiner Rappenkopf is a mountain of Bavaria, Germany.Show on map
Großer FalkensteinGroßer Falkenstein is a mountain of Bavaria, Germany.Show on map
DreisesselbergThe Dreisesselberg is a mountain in Bavaria, Germany.Show on map
EisbergEisberg (Moosbach) is a mountain of Bavaria, Germany.Show on map
Hoher BogenHoher Bogen is a mountain range of Bavaria, Germany.Show on map
SechszinkenspitzeSechszinkenspitze is a mountain of Bavaria, Germany.Show on map
Großer RiesenkopfGroßer Riesenkopf is a mountain of Bavaria, Germany.Show on map
Emmeringer LeiteEmmeringer Leite is a mountain of Bavaria, Germany.Show on map
Wertacher HörnleWertacher Hörnle is a mountain of Bavaria, Germany.Show on map
WaldhäuserriegelWaldhäuserriegel is a mountain of Bavaria, Germany.Show on map
DreitannenriegelDreitannenriegel is a mountain of Bavaria, Germany.Show on map
BrecherspitzThe Brecherspitz is a mountain in Bavaria, Germany. \n* View from the top \n* Cows being brought down from the mountainsShow on map
Großer TraithenGroßer Traithen is a mountain of Bavaria, Germany.Show on map
BrotjacklriegelBrotjacklriegel is a mountain of Bavaria, Germany.Show on map
BreitenauriegelBreitenauriegel is a mountain of Bavaria, Germany.Show on map
WagensonnriegelWagensonnriegel is a mountain of Bavaria, Germany.Show on map
Kleiner SeekopfKleiner Seekopf is a mountain of Bavaria, Germany.Show on map
RiedbergerhornRiedberger Horn is a mountain of Bavaria, Germany.Show on map
SteinfleckbergSteinfleckberg is a mountain of Bavaria, Germany.Show on map
SchwarzeckThe Schwarzeck is a mountain in Bavaria, Germany.Show on map
Siplinger KopfSiplinger Kopf is a mountain of Bavaria, Germany.Show on map
SchellschlichtSchellschlicht is a mountain of Bavaria, Germany.Show on map
IbergIberg (Allgäu) is a mountain of Bavaria, Germany.Show on map
Großer SeekopfGroßer Seekopf is a mountain of Bavaria, Germany.Show on map
Kleiner DaumenKleiner Daumen is a mountain of Bavaria, Germany.Show on map
FuchskarspitzeFuchskarspitze is a mountain of Bavaria, Germany.Show on map
Kleiner RachelKleiner Rachel is a mountain of Bavaria, Germany.Show on map
Hoher FilzbergHoher Filzberg is a mountain of Bavaria, Germany.Show on map
Hoher FrickenHoher Fricken is a mountain of Bavaria, Germany.Show on map
Großer WilderGroßer Wilder is a mountain of Bavaria, Germany.Show on map
MittagsplatzlMittagsplatzl is a mountain of Bavaria, Germany.Show on map
GiebelThe Giebel is the northeastern corner of the mountain chain that branches off to the northeast at the Laufbacher Eck. It has a height of 1,949 metres and belongs to the Allgäu grass mountains. Northeast of the Giebel lies the Alpine hut of Giebelhaus, which may be reached on a road from Hinterstein that is not open to the public. From the Giebel there are impressive views down to the Giebelhaus. The botany of the Giebel is similar to that of the more famous Höfats or Schneck.Show on map
Grosser RachelGroßer Rachel is a mountain of Bavaria, Germany.Show on map
Kleiner ArberKleiner Arber is a mountain of Bavaria, Germany.Show on map
Wiedemer KopfWiedemer Kopf is a mountain of Bavaria, Germany.Show on map
SpechtenköpfeSpechtenköpfe is a mountain of Bavaria, Germany.Show on map
Rother KuppeRother Kuppe is a mountain in Bavaria, Germany.Show on map
TeufelstischTeufelstisch is a mountain of Bavaria, Germany.Show on map
GangolfsbergGangolfsberg is a mountain of Bavaria, Germany.Show on map
LindenstumpfLindenstumpf is a mountain of Bavaria, Germany.Show on map
GsengetsteinGsengetstein is a mountain of Bavaria, Germany.Show on map
NotkarspitzeNotkarspitze is a mountain of Bavaria, Germany.Show on map
Gieseler WandGieselerwand is a mountain of Bavaria, Germany.Show on map
BlankensteinPlankenstein is a mountain of Bavaria, Germany.Show on map
BreitensteinBreitenstein is a mountain of Bavaria, Germany.Show on map
HochzellbergHochzellberg is a mountain of Bavaria, Germany.Show on map
HennenkobelHennenkobel is a mountain of Bavaria, Germany.Show on map
HochsalwandHochsalwand is a mountain of Bavaria, Germany.Show on map
KesselspitzeKesselspitz is a mountain of Bavaria, Germany.Show on map
EinödriegelEinödriegel is a mountain of Bavaria, Germany.Show on map
BerggächtleBerggächtle is a mountain of Bavaria, Germany.Show on map
Friesener WarteFriesener Warte is a hill in Bavaria, Germany.Show on map
WeigelsbergWeigelsberg is a mountain of Bavaria, Germany.Show on map
AschensteinAschenstein is a mountain of Bavaria, Germany.Show on map
GeiselsteinGeiselstein is a mountain of Bavaria, Germany.Show on map
SeebergkopfSeebergkopf is a mountain of Bavaria, Germany.Show on map
EierhauckbergEierhauckberg is a mountain of Hesse, Germany.Show on map
GeigelsteinGeigelstein is a mountain of Bavaria, Germany.Show on map
FürschießerFürschießer is a mountain of Bavaria, Germany.Show on map
FockensteinFockenstein is a 1,564-metre-high (5,131 ft) mountain in Bavaria, Germany. It is located in what is called the Bavarian Prealps, west of the lake Tegernsee.Show on map
SchwarzkopfSchwarzkopf is a mountain of Bavaria, Germany.Show on map
WildalpjochWildalpjoch is a mountain of Bavaria, Germany.Show on map
SeekarkreuzSeekarkreuz is a mountain of Bavaria, Germany.Show on map
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RindalphornRindalphorn is a mountain of Bavaria, Germany.Show on map
Rauher KulmRauher Kulm is a mountain of Bavaria, Germany.Show on map
RechelkopfRechelkopf is a mountain of Bavaria, Germany.Show on map
SeilhenkerSeilhenker is a mountain of Bavaria, Germany.Show on map
Teisenberg-KopfTeisenberg is a mountain of Bavaria, Germany.Show on map
WildbarrenWildbarren is a mountain of Bavaria, Germany.Show on map
ZabelsteinZabelstein is a mountain of Bavaria, Germany.Show on map
WaxensteinWaxenstein is a mountain of Bavaria, Germany.Show on map
TaubenbergTaubenberg is a mountain of Bavaria, Germany.Show on map
RauschbergRauschberg is a mountain of Bavaria, Germany.Show on map
SattelkopfSattelkopf is a mountain of Bavaria, Germany.Show on map
EschenbergEschenberg is a mountain of Bavaria, Germany.Show on map
HühnerbergHühnerberg is a mountain of Bavaria, Germany.Show on map
GeigersteinGeierstein is a mountain of Bavaria, Germany.Show on map
GeißlsteinGeißlstein is a mountain of Bavaria, Germany.Show on map
GeißleiteGeissleite is a mountain of Bavaria, Germany.Show on map
MettermichMettermich is a mountain of Bavaria, Germany.Show on map
MühlriegelMühlriegel is a mountain of Bavaria, Germany.Show on map
PürschlingPürschling is a mountain of Bavaria, Germany.Show on map
GeißriegelGeißriegel is a mountain of Bavaria, Germany.Show on map
BirkenbergBirkenberg is a mountain of Bavaria, Germany.Show on map
HahnenkopfHahnenkopf is a mountain of Bavaria, Germany.Show on map
HimmelhornHimmelhorn is a mountain of Bavaria, Germany.Show on map
KampenwandKampenwand is a mountain of Bavaria, Germany.Show on map
HochplatteHochplatte is a mountain of Bavaria, Germany.Show on map
JännerThe Jenner is a mountain in Bavaria, Germany.Show on map
BrünnsteinBrünnstein is a mountain of Bavaria, Germany.Show on map
AiplspitzAiplspitz is a mountain of Bavaria, Germany.Show on map
KäsplatteKäsplatte is a mountain of Bavaria, Germany.Show on map
DöbrabergDöbraberg is a mountain of Bavaria, Germany.Show on map
HeugstattHeugstatt is a mountain of Bavaria, Germany.Show on map
AlzenbergAlzenberg is a mountain of Bavaria, Germany.Show on map
EiersbergEiersberg is a mountain of Bavaria, Germany.Show on map
SöllereckSöllereck is a mountain of Bavaria, Germany.Show on map
ArmesbergArmesberg is a mountain of Bavaria, Germany.Show on map
KugelhornKugelhorn is a mountain of Bavaria, Germany.Show on map
GöschbergGöschberg is a mountain of Bavaria, Germany.Show on map
HochfellnHochfelln is a mountain of Bavaria, Germany.Show on map
EntenbilEntenbühl is a mountain of Bavaria, Germany.Show on map
SteinbergSteinberg is a mountain of Bavaria, Germany.Show on map
TegelbergTegelberg is a mountain of Bavaria, Germany. It is a part of the Ammergau Alps. The nearest city is Füssen. Neuschwanstein Castle and Hohenschwangau Castle are about 2 km away. The Tegelberg has been a Hang gliding area since the 1970ies and a Paragliding area since this adventure sport became popular in Germany. The FAI Hanggliding World Championship 1983 took place there.Show on map
RadspitzeRadspitze is a mountain of Bavaria, Germany.Show on map
KiesruckKiesruck is a mountain of Bavaria, Germany.Show on map
SulzbergSulzberg is a mountain of Bavaria, Germany.Show on map
GeisbergThe Geisberg is a hill in Bavaria, Germany.Show on map
GeisskopfGeißkopf is a mountain of Bavaria, Germany.Show on map
HochgernHochgern is a mountain of Bavaria, Germany.Show on map
SchochenSchochen is a mountain of Bavaria, Germany.Show on map
ArnsbergArnsberg is a mountain of Bavaria, Germany.Show on map
RubihornRubihorn is a mountain of Bavaria, Germany.Show on map
ReisbergThe Reisberg is a hill in Bavaria, Germany.Show on map
SeehügelSeehügel is a mountain of Bavaria, Germany.Show on map
GundkopfGundkopf is a mountain of Bavaria, Germany.Show on map
IlkahöheIlkahöhe is a mountain of Bavaria, Germany.Show on map
BuchbergBuchberg is a mountain of Bavaria, Germany.Show on map
SaloberSalober is a mountain of Bavaria, Germany.Show on map
KlupperKlupper is a mountain of Bavaria, Germany.Show on map
ArzbergThe Arzberg is a hill in Bavaria, Germany.Show on map
BlenderBlender is a mountain of Bavaria, Germany.Show on map
KratzerKratzer is a mountain in Bavaria, Germany.Show on map
AlmbergAlmberg is a mountain of Bavaria, Germany.Show on map
PröllerPröller is a mountain of Bavaria, Germany.Show on map
SteinkopfSteinkopf is a mountain of Hesse, Germany.Show on map
StaffelStaffel is a mountain of Bavaria, Germany.Show on map
StuibenStuiben is a mountain of Bavaria, Germany.Show on map
SpieserSpieser is a mountain of Bavaria, Germany.Show on map
ZeigerZeiger is a mountain of Bavaria, Germany.Show on map
KotzenKotzen is a mountain of Bavaria, Germany.Show on map
PontenPonten is a mountain in Bavaria, Germany.Show on map
ÖlrainÖlrain is a mountain of Bavaria, Germany.Show on map
BeslerBesler is a mountain of Bavaria, Germany.Show on map
HaidelHaidel is a mountain of Bavaria, Germany.Show on map
Großer OsserOsser is a mountain of Bavaria, Germany.Show on map
KnoglKnogl is a mountain of Bavaria, Germany.Show on map
OspisOspis is a mountain of Bavaria, Germany.Show on map