Synonyms for gomadingen or Related words with gomadingen
Examples of "gomadingen"
Dettingen an der Erms, Bad Urach, Münsingen,
, Engstingen, Lichtenstein, Pfullingen, Eningen and Metzingen.
Since 1994 Klemens Betz is the mayor of
. He was reelected in 2002 and 2010.
Grafeneck is a castle-like property in Grafeneck, a part of the municipality of
Lichtenstein, St. Johann, Sonnenbühl,
, Trochtelfingen and Hohenstein. The municipality Engstingen teamed-up with the municipality Hohenstein to an Joint Management Community ("Verwaltungsgemeinschaft").
He is guest of number of international conferences: Hamburg (1981), Josefstal (1982), Wuppertal (1983), Montreux (1988), Durham (1989), Walberberg (1990), Tutzing (1990), Arhus (1991), Utrecht (1992), Pforzheim – Hohenwart (1993), Genf (1995), Bern (1996),
(1996), Genf (2004), Barcelona (2005).
Lauter (Donau) is a small river of the Swabian Alb, Baden-Württemberg, Germany. The German name is "Grosse Lauter". It's Karst spring is inside the walls of the former nunnery at "Offenhausen", a small settlement near
. The river merges the Danube after 42 km. The river has a long geological history since late Miocene. Although the Swabian Alb is heavily karstfied, this river's water runs aboveground all the way.
is a town in the district of Reutlingen in Baden-Württemberg in Germany. About 85% of its territory is located on the Swabian Alps. It's the district where the Grafeneck Castle is situated. During the II World War, the castle was home of the Grafeneck Euthanasia Centre (German: NS-Tötungsanstalt Grafeneck), one of the main Nazi Germany's killing centres part of their Action T4 programme.
The Public transport is guaranteed by the Verkehrsverbund Neckar-Alb-Donau (NALDO). The community is located in the comb 225. The Münsingen station, is located on the Reutlingen–Schelklingen railway. On Sundays and holidays from early April to late October regional trains and special trains bring mainly hikers and sightseers to their destination. In addition, throughout the year goes from Monday to Friday, some regional trains direction Ulm or direction
Christian Homburg was born in
, Germany in 1962. He studied business administration, economics and mathematics at the Karlsruhe Institute of Technology ("KIT", formerly known as Technical University of Karlsruhe) and completed his master's degree in 1986. He received his doctorate (Ph.D) in 1988 and habilitated at the University of Mainz in 1995. Prior to his academic career Christian Homburg was director of marketing, controlling and strategic planning in an globally operating industrial company (KSB AG).
Christian Homburg (born 1962 in
, Baden-Württemberg, Germany) is a German marketing researcher, director of the IMU – Institute for Market-oriented Management and chaired professor for Marketing at the University of Mannheim. His special subjects are market-oriented management, customer relationship management and sales management. Furthermore, from 2006 until the 2010, Homburg was the exclusive managing director of the Mannheim Business School. In addition to his academic position, he is chairman of the scientific advisory committee of Homburg & Partner, an international management consultancy firm.
The Marbach Stud, also known as Weil-Marbach, is Germany's oldest state stud farm for horse breeding, has a history that dates back over 500 years. It is located in southwest Germany near
in the Reutlingen district of Baden-Württemberg. The annual stallion parade is an internationally known attraction, and the stud hosts over 500,000 visitors per year. The stud also offers courses for those wishing to learn to ride or drive, as well as an instructor training program. Marbach is known for producing athletic horses with good temperaments, and has careful management practices, including that of allowing young, untrained horses the opportunity to grow in a natural setting conducive to their mental as well as their physical development.
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