Tiefenbach may refer to:
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Erlenbach may refer to several places:
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Stetten is a common German place name, literally meaning places or sites, with Stätten being the proper German language word, while Städte means cities. Over 60 locations are named Stetten in Southern Germany alone, with many more ending in -stetten.
The Jagst is a right tributary of the Neckar in northern Baden-Württemberg. It is 190 km long. Its source is in the hills east of Ellwangen, close to the Bavarian border. It winds through the towns Ellwangen, Crailsheim, Kirchberg an der Jagst, Langenburg, Krautheim, Möckmühl and Neudenau. Near Bad Wimpfen the Jagst flows into the Neckar, a few km downstream from the mouth of the river Kocher, that flows more or less parallel to the Jagst.
Lauter may refer to:
Sulzbach or Sülzbach may refer to:
Rohrbach or Röhrbach may refer to:
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Wiesbach may refer to following places, rivers and streams in Germany:
Hüttenbach may refer to:
Alte Burg, Alteburg or Burgstall Alte Burg refers to the name or nickname of various castles, castle ruins, castle sites and hillforts or ringworks:
Floßbach may refer to the following streams or river in Germany:
Otterbach is a municipality in Rhineland-Palatinate, Germany.
Rotenbach or Rötenbach may refer to:
Brombach may refer to: