Synonyms for freinsheim or Related words with freinsheim
Examples of "freinsheim"
The Historic Toy Museum in
") in Germany is a private collection of old toys.
is a "Verbandsgemeinde" ("collective municipality") in the district of Bad Dürkheim, Rhineland-Palatinate, Germany. The seat of the "Verbandsgemeinde" is in
fosters partnerships with the following places:
consists of the following "Ortsgemeinden" ("local municipalities"):
station is a station in
in the German state of Rhineland-Palatinate. It is at the junction of the Palatinate Northern Railway and the
–Frankenthal railway. The station is one of the most important railway junction in the Palatinate. It is classified by Deutsche Bahn as a category 4 station.
station is at the junction of the "Pfälzische Nordbahn" (Bad Dürkheim–Grünstadt) and the
–Frankenthal railway line, affording direct links towards Neustadt, Frankenthal and, by way of Grünstadt, to Monsheim or Ramsen.
–Grünstadt section is also part of route 666, which it addition to this section runs on the
–Frankenthal line and the Eis Valley line to Ramsen and Eiswoog.
As seat of the "Verbandsgemeinde" of
is home to its administration. Belonging to the "Verbandsgemeinde" are the municipalities of Bobenheim am Berg, Dackenheim, Erpolzheim, Herxheim am Berg, Kallstadt, Weisenheim am Berg and Weisenheim am Sand.
Clockwise from the north, these are Laumersheim, Gerolsheim, Weisenheim am Sand,
It is part of the "Verbandsgemeinde" of
, whose seat is in the like-named town.
In the 15th century,
passed to the Electorate of the Palatinate, under whose care the existing fortifications were completed. The town wall’s most recent building work is the "äußeres Eisentor" (“outer iron gate”), finished in 1514. In 1689,
sustained heavy destruction in the Nine Years' War (known in Germany as the "Pfälzischer Erbfolgekrieg", or War of the Palatine Succession); only foundations were left standing. In the 18th century came reconstruction. Administrative functions within the Electorate of the Palatinate (such as the institution of an "Unteramt") helped bring about an economic upswing. After the French Revolution and the Congress of Vienna,
passed to the Kingdom of Bavaria along with the rest of the Palatinate on the Rhine’s left bank. Until 1818,
belonged to a "Ganerbschaft" (joint inheritance), which comprised the Leiningen villages of Leistadt, Herxheim am Berg and Kallstadt as well as the Electorate of the Palatinate villages of
and Weisenheim am Sand.
The boundary between the collective municipalities of
(south) and Grünstadt-Land (north) runs over the hill.
Ludwig Emrich / Wolfgang Best: Dackenheim - Bausteine einer Chronik,
2004, 215 S. (Kleinauflage, erhältlich beim Ortsvorsteher von Dackenheim)
There is a private collection of Bing products in the Historic Toy Museum at
Together with Johann
he published an edition of the works of the Latin poet Publius Annius Florus in 1632.
The station is located on the western outskirts of
. To the south of the station is the junction of the
–Frankenthal line with the Palatine Northern Railway. The station has an important function as a node in the Palatinate due to its central location in the Frankenthal-Grünstadt-Bad Dürkheim triangle.
After the Second World War,
belonged to the newly founded federal state of Rhineland-Palatinate. It has been seat of the "Verbandsgemeinde" since 1972. With effect from 23 June 1979, given its historical importance, the Rhineland-Palatinate "Landtag" bestowed the title "Stadt" (“town”) upon
station is served exclusively by local services. The two lines are operated mainly by class 628 electric multiple units. Services run between Neustadt and
every half hour on week days. Once an hour these continue to Grünstadt. Trains from Frankenthal end in Ramsen on weekdays; they only continue to Eiswoog on Sundays and public holidays.
was born at Ulm on November 16, 1608, and after studying at several universities: Marburg, Giessen and Strassburg, he visited France, where he remained for three years.
Green cross: from
via Weidenthal to Johanniskreuz, then via Münchweiler an der Rodalb and Pirmasens-Ruhbank to the Erlenkopf hill.
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