Synonyms for burladingen or Related words with burladingen

gersdorf              bisingen              stadtlengsfeld              treffurt              gomadingen              schrozberg              trochtelfingen              freystadt              rastenberg              volkach              geisingen              kipfenberg              friedrichsthal              herzogtum              kranichfeld              loxstedt              thedinghausen              oelsnitz              winningen              brensbach              lichtenau              wilhelmsdorf              oldisleben              wasungen              bassum              rodach              herbolzheim              hartmannsdorf              wilkau              neusorg              umstadt              neidenstein              frauenstein              kreuzburg              grosselfingen              breitenbrunn              hessisch              altenstadt              nabburg              vatterode              leisnig              westerstede              kobern              lenningen              leichlingen              obersontheim              uchte              dorndorf              rietheim              abenberg             

Examples of "burladingen"
Pfullingen, Lichtenstein, Engstingen, Trochtelfingen, Burladingen¹, Mössingen² and Reutlingen.
Burladingen is the seat of Germanys biggest T-shirt and tennis clothing manufacturer Trigema. It is the only clothing enterprise left in the city, although Burladingen was a centre of textile industry in Germany.
Kissin’ Dynamite is a German heavy metal band from Burladingen and Münsingen, consisting of five members.
Pfronstetten (Reutlingen (district)) Langenenslingen ( Biberach (district)) Hettingen, Neufra, Burladingen (Zollernalbkreis), Trochtelfingen (Reutlingen (district)).
Also in April 2014, a naturally conceived and healthy geep was born in Burladingen-Starzeln in Zollernalbkreis, Germany.
Burladingen is a town in the Zollernalbkreis district, in Baden-Württemberg, Germany. It is situated 24 km southwest of Reutlingen.
Neighboring towns and villages include Bitz in the West; Burladingen and Gauselfingen in the northwest; Gammertingen and Bronnen to the north and east; Hettingen in the southeast; Veringenstadt to the south; and Harthausen auf der Scher in the southwest.
Theater Lindenhof is a theatre in Baden-Württemberg, Germany. It was founded in 1981 in Melchingen, a swabian village near Burladingen. Up to now the theatre is said to be the first and only regional theatre of Germany.
The following cities and municipalities adjoin the city Mössingen and belong to district of Tübingen¹ or the Reutlingen county² and the Zollernalbkreis³ (starting clockwise from the north): Nehren¹, Gomaringen¹, Reutlingen², Sonnenbühl², Burladingen³, Hechingen³, Bodelshausen¹ and Ofterdingen¹.
Kornbühl is a mountain of Baden-Württemberg, Germany. It belongs to the Swabian Jura and is located in Zollernalbkreis near Burladingen. On its top the "Salmendinger Kapelle" is located.
The film was shot in Canada (Sarnia, Ottawa, Toronto, ON and Saskatoon, SK), the United States (Memphis, TN, Midland, MI, and Washington DC), The Netherlands (Amsterdam), France (Agen, Paris), Italy (Bologna), Germany (Weilheim, Frankfurt, Bad Neihum, Burladingen, Tübingen), Belgium (Brussels), England (London, Hemel Hempstead), and Northern Ireland (Coleraine).
Leitner's father Erwin Feldberger (born 1943) comes from the Baden-Württemberg town of Burladingen. His mother, born Leitner, comes from Austria. Erwin Feldberger was also a footballer settled down in the Munich area after retirement. Leitner was then born in 1992 as one of two children in Munich and grew up in the suburb of Oberföhring.
On 6 December 1908, the railway was extended from Burladingen to Gammertingen, which is still the location of the HzL’s operating center with its main workshop, and it continued to the southeast via Hanfertal to Bingen, where it connected with the existing line to Sigmaringendorf on the Danube Valley Railway.
Tübingen is one of the 299 single member constituencies used for the German parliament, the Bundestag. One of thirty eight districts covering the state of Baden-Württemberg, it contains the county of Tübingen and, from the county of Zollernalbkreis, the collective municipalities of Bisingen, Burladingen, Grosselfingen, Hechingen, Jungingen and Rangendingen. The constituency elects one representative under the mixed member proportional representation (MMP) system. Under the current constituency numbering system, it is designated as constituency 290.
The width, length and favourable east-west direction in the middle and lower valley make the Kinzig Valley important for infrastructure. The Romans maintained a road that traversed the valley. The "Kinzigtalstraße" was a military road built under Emperor Vespasian in 73/74 AD from Offenburg through the Kinzig Valley into the Roman Rottweil (Arae Flaviae) and on to Tuttlingen. The main purpose of the road was to shorten the strategically important connection between Mainz and Augsburg. Until this road was built, the connection took troops via the Rhine bend at Basel and during the revolt of the Batavers in 69/70 AD, this had proved to be a problem. During construction of the road, several Castelles were built. In addition to Rottweil, the rest areas in Offenburg-Rammersweier, Offenburg-Zunsweier, Waldmössingen, Sulz and Geislingen-Häsenbühl, were augmented by part of the Alb Limes fortifications in Frittlingen, Lautlingen and Burladingen-Hausen. All of them were located in Upper Germanic country except for Burladingen which was in Rhaetian territory. The surprising discovery of the fortification in Frittlingen in 1992 only a few kilometers southeast of Rottweil shows that the "Kinzigtalstraße" was secured and covered with a tight net of military fortifications. The suggestion that the Kinzig Valley itself was home to another fortification has thus gained credibility. Until then, it was supposed that there must have been one or two more yet to be discovered fortifications merely on the basis that the distance between the known ones in Offenburg and Waldmössingen was very big. Another fortification is assumed in Rottenburg by the end of the 1st century however, it is not clear whether it existed as early as 73/74 AD or not until later in 98 AD.