Synonyms for lichtenau or Related words with lichtenau

hessisch              kamenz              jugenheim              hermsdorf              reichelsheim              kronach              leisnig              umstadt              neuenkirchen              ehingen              gunzenhausen              rinteln              geisingen              riedlingen              herbolzheim              treffurt              burladingen              hoyerswerda              tiengen              friedrichsthal              arnsberg              osterwieck              stadtoldendorf              homberg              neuwied              heppenheim              frankenberg              sulz              greifenstein              altenstadt              wittmund              sonneberg              reinheim              frauenstein              eichsfeld              wolfach              babenhausen              wunsiedel              edenkoben              ahrweiler              oelsnitz              stadthagen              kirchhain              lochau              biedenkopf              kyritz              badenweiler              dieburg              nienburg              gehrden             

Examples of "lichtenau"
The city of Lichtenau consists of Lichtenau (proper), Scherzheim, Ulm, Muckenschopf and Grauelsbaum.
Lichtenau Fortress () is a former fortification built by the Nuremberg castellans in the market town of Lichtenau in Middle Franconia.
Heilbronn: Heilbronn, Herbstmühle, Lichtenau, Metzlesberg, Rißmannschallbach, Wüstenweiler, Zumberg
Lichtenau (German: "light floodplain forest") may refer to:
The fortress of Lichtenau goes back to a medieval water castle. In 1406 Nuremberg purchased the village and the castle of Lichtenau from Frederick II of Heideck. Because of the location of Lichtenau as a tactical outpost of the Imperial City of Nuremberg within the territory of the margraves of Brandenburg-Ansbach there was frequently tension and destruction as a result of warlike conflicts.
Of these he treats as the most likely Franconian Lichtenau, because Nuremberg was a center of later (Renaissance-era) fencing, and Lichtenau in Upper Austria, because of the geographical provenance suggested by the members of the "Society of Liechtenauer".
Lichtenau is a ghost town in Coshocton County, in the U.S. state of Ohio.
Konrad of Lichtenau (died 1240) was a medieval German chronicler from Swabia.
Lichtenau is a market town in the district of Ansbach, Mittelfranken, Bavaria, Germany.
Lichtenau is a municipality in the district of Mittelsachsen, in Saxony, Germany.
After the local government reforms of 1975 Lichtenau consists of the following 15 districts:
In Lichtenau the Baden-Württemberg district reform of the 1970s took place in stages.
The city is part of the administrative district of "Rheinmünster-Lichtenau" with seat in Rheinmünster.
Lichtenau developed from a water castle that the Bishop of Strasbourg had built in the years 1293 to 1296, complete with defensive wall, ditch and parapet. In 1300 Lichtenau received its city charter and until its Slighting in 1686 it remained a fortress. After the line of the Counts of Hanau-Lichtenau ended the city became part of Hesse in 1736 and then was made part of Baden together with the "Hanauerland" in 1803.
These are Witzenhausen, Hessisch Lichtenau, Helsa, Bad Sooden-Allendorf and Berkatal.
Lichtenau is a municipality in the district of Paderborn, in North Rhine-Westphalia, Germany.
Lichtenau is a small town in Rastatt district in southwestern Baden-Württemberg, Germany.
From Madras Ehrenfels and his newly wed wife Mireielle Ehrenfels moved to Heidelberg in 1961. Together they went to do a last fieldwork in India in the mid 60s. Apart from a book in 1969 there is a great amount of unpublished material in the Lichtenau archive. After her husband's death Mireille Ehrenfels made Lichtenau her home. She made great efforts in restoring the Lichtenau and Rastbach castles after the damages during the war as well as organising the Ehrenfels Archive.
Heinrich von Lichtenau (1444–1517) was Prince-Bishop of Augsburg from 1505 to 1517.
His surname indicates he was from a place called "Liechtenau" (modern "Lichtenau").