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Lauragais

The Lauragais is a former county in the south-west of France. It covers a large area, on both sides of the Canal du Midi, between the cities of Toulouse in the north-west and Carcassonne in the south-east, and between Castres in the north-east an ...

                                               

Pic de Nore

The pic de Nore at 1211 metres is the highest point in the Montagne Noire, on the border of the Aude and Tarn departments, near to the Parc naturel regional du Haut-Languedoc in southern France. The Arnette and Clamoux rivers both have their sour ...

                                               

Gare de Bouaye

Bouaye is a railway station in Bouaye, Pays de la Loire, France. The station is located on the Nantes–La Roche-sur-Yon railway. The station is served by TER services operated by the SNCF.

                                               

Gare de Port-Saint-Pere-Saint-Mars

Port-Saint-Pere-Saint-Mars is a railway station in Saint-Mars-de-Coutais, Pays de la Loire, France. The station is located on the Nantes–La Roche-sur-Yon railway. The station is served by TER services operated by the SNCF.

                                               

Gare de Reze-Pont-Rousseau

Reze-Pont-Rousseau is a railway station in Reze, Pays de la Loire, France. The station is located on the Nantes–La Roche-sur-Yon railway. The station is served by TER services operated by the SNCF. The station is also served by Nantes Tramway line 2.

                                               

Gare de Saint-Nazaire

The Gare de Saint-Nazaire is the passenger railway station serving the French town and port of Saint-Nazaire. Designed by Noel Le Maresquier with a functional and maritime style, it was built in 1995 in anticipation of the arrival of the TGV Atla ...

                                               

Gare de Sainte-Pazanne

Sainte-Pazanne is a railway station in Sainte-Pazanne, Pays de la Loire, France. The station is located on the Nantes–La Roche-sur-Yon railway and Sainte-Pazanne–Pornic railway. The station is served by TER services operated by the SNCF.

                                               

Gare dAntibes

Antibes is a railway station located in Antibes, Alpes-Maritimes, southern France. The station is located on the Marseille–Ventimiglia railway. The train services are operated by SNCF.

                                               

Gare dAvignon TGV

Avignon TGV is a railway station located in Avignon, France. It was opened on 10 June 2001 and is located on the LGV Mediterranee high-speed line and Avignon-Centre–Avignon TGV railway. The train services are operated by the SNCF. The station is ...

                                               

Canjuers

Situated in the departement of the Var in the Prealps of Castellane, on the south of the Verdon Gorge and to the north of Draguignan. With a median altitude of 800 m, the Plan of Canjuers is a desertic and arid plateau.

                                               

Jewish cemetery of LIsle-sur-la-Sorgue

The Jewish cemetery of LIsle-sur-la-Sorgue is one of the important Jewish sites of the Department of Vaucluse. Since 30 June 2008 it is listed as a historic Monument.

                                               

Chateau-Arnoux-Saint-Auban

Chateau-Arnoux-Saint-Auban is a commune in the department of Alpes-de-Haute-Provence in the region of Provence-Alpes-Cote dAzur in southeastern France.

                                               

Lake of Sainte-Croix

The Lake of Sainte-Croix is a man-made lake that was formed by the construction, between 1971 and 1974 of a reinforced-concrete arch dam by the name of Dam of Sainte-Croix. The reservoir holds a maximum of 761 million cubic metres of water. The d ...

                                               

Massif de lEsterel

The Massif de lEsterel is a Mediterranean coastal mountain range in the departments of Var and Alpes-Maritimes in Provence, south-east France. Neighbouring cities are Mandelieu and Cannes on the east, and Saint-Raphael and Frejus on the west. The ...

                                               

Gare de Nice CP

Gare de Nice CP is a small railway station in Nice, France which was opened in December 1991. It is the terminus of the metre gauge Chemins de Fer de Provence line from Digne-les-Bains to Nice, replacing the old Gare du Sud station which was buil ...

                                               

Roquefort-les-Pins

Shops: grocery stores, hair salons, office, pharmacies, newsagents, hardware, nursery. Industry: personal services. Hotels and restaurants. Petrol stations. Real estate agencies, expert surveyor. Medical center, dentist, podiatrist, speech therap ...

                                               

Roux Graineterie of Carpentras

The Roux Graineterie of Carpentras, founded in 1907, at 34 rue Bel Air Carpentras in Vaucluse, France is an outstanding example of this industry, which now has five such institutions in France of which only two are classified as historical monume ...

                                               

Arboretum Freiburg-Gunterstal

The Arboretum Freiburg-Gunterstal is an arboretum maintained by the University of Freiburg. It is located in Gunterstal in the Stadtischen Forstamt Freiburg at GunterstalstraSe 71, Freiburg, Baden-Wurttemberg, Germany, and open daily without char ...

                                               

Birkenkopf

The Birkenkopf is a prominent hill in Stuttgart, Germany. At an elevation of 511m, it is the highest point in the city centre of Stuttgart and is almost 260m higher than city centre. It is in part a Schuttberg, an artificial hill built from the r ...

                                               

Hohenheim Gardens

Hohenheim Gardens is a botanical garden maintained by the University of Hohenheim. It is located next to the historic Landesarboretum Baden-Wurttemberg on Garbenstrasse in the Hohenheim district of Stuttgart, Baden-Wurttemberg, Germany, and is so ...

                                               

Constance Hopper

The Constance Hopper, Bay of Constance or Constance Funnel is a bay in Lake Constance, to the east of Constance and north of Kreuzlingen. The leading outflow of the Upper Lake is the Seerhein, which begins in the Constance hopper. The Constance H ...

                                               

Deggenhausen

Deggenhausen is a town in the commune Deggenhausertal in Baden-Wurttemberg Germany. Deggenhausertal itself is a part of the district Bodenseekreis which is on the north shore of Lake Constanz.

                                               

Enzweihingen

Enzweihingen is a village, part of the town of Vaihingen an der Enz, Germany. It has a population of 3830 people. Enzweihingen lies about three miles southeast of the centre of Vaihingen, between Strohgau and Heckengau, at the confluence of the K ...

                                               

Gersbach (Schopfheim)

Gersbach is a state-recognized resort town in the municipality of Schopfheim, a town in the district of Lorrach in Baden-Wurttemberg, Germany. Gersbach is situated in a mountain valley basin to the south from the eponymous river in the Black Fore ...

                                               

Heilbronn-Franconia

Heilbronn-Franken is a region in northeastern Baden-Wurttemberg, Germany, in the Stuttgart subdivision. It consists of the former Free imperial city of Heilbronn, Heilbronn district and the districts of Hohenlohe, Main-Tauber and Schwabisch Hall. ...

                                               

Hohenkrahen

The summit of Hohenkrahen is 644 meters 2.113 feet above sea level. The mountain offers a good view of Hohentwiel, Magdeberg and the western Lake Constance area.

                                               

Hohenlohe-Ingelfingen

Hohenlohe-Ingelfingen was a German County of the House of Hohenlohe, located in northeastern Baden-Wurttemberg, Germany, around Ingelfingen. Hohenlohe-Ingelfingen was a scion of Hohenlohe-Langenburg. It was raised from a County to a Principality ...

                                               

Hohenlohe-Kirchberg

Hohenlohe-Kirchberg was a German County located in northeastern Baden-Wurttemberg, Germany, around Kirchberg. It was ruled by a branch of the Hohenlohe family. The county of Kirchberg was located between the territories of Brandenburg-Ansbach to ...

                                               

Homberg (Deggenhausertal)

Homberg is a municipality in the commune Deggenhausertal in Baden-Wurttemberg, Germany. Deggenhausertal itself is a part of the district Bodenseekreis which is on the north shore of Lake Constanz.

                                               

Jestetten railway station

Jestetten is a railway station in the German state of Baden-Wurttemberg and municipality of Jestetten. Despite its location in Germany, the station is located on the Eglisau to Neuhausen line of the Swiss Federal Railway that crosses the Germany– ...

                                               

Konigsegg-Aulendorf

Konigsegg-Aulendorf was a county of southeastern Baden-Wurttemberg, Germany. It was created in 1622 as a baronial partition of the Barony of Konigsegg, and it was raised to a county in 1629. By 1806, the territories of Konigsegg-Aulendorf were fo ...

                                               

Konigsegg-Rothenfels

Konigsegg-Rothenfels was a state in far southwestern Bavaria, Germany, located north of Austria and west of Baden-Wurttemberg. It was created as a partition of the Barony of Konigsegg in 1622, and was raised to a county seven years later. It was ...

                                               

Kraichgau

The Kraichgau is a hilly region in Baden-Wurttemberg, southwestern Germany. It is bordered by the Odenwald and the Neckar to the North, the Black Forest to the South, and the Upper Rhine Plain to the West. To the east, its boundary is considered ...

                                               

Lichtentaler Allee

The Lichtentaler Allee is a historic park and arboretum set out as a 2.3 kilometer strolling avenue along the west bank of the river Oos in Baden-Baden, Baden-Wurttemberg, Germany. It is open daily without charge. The avenue is said to have begun ...

                                               

Maichingen

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Mannheim Harbour

Mannheim Harbour, named Rhein-Neckar-Hafen Mannheim, is a river port on the Rhine in Mannheim, at the confluence of the Rhine and the Neckar in Baden-Wurttemberg. It consists out of 4 main harbour areas Handelshafen, Rheinauhafen, Altrheinhafen a ...

                                               

Mettnau

Mettnau is a peninsula, located east of the town of Radolfzell in the western part of Lake Constance. It lies between the Markelfingen corner in the north and the Zeller See in the south and has a length of 3.5 kilometers and a width of up to 800 ...

                                               

Neckarelz

Neckarelz is in northern Baden-Wurttemberg, between the Odenwald and Kraichgau, at the confluence of the Neckar and Elz rivers. On the other side of the Neckar, are the towns of Hochhausen and Obrigheim. Next to Neckarelz, is the suburb of Diedes ...

                                               

Petershausen (Constance)

Petershausen is a district of Constance. It is situated on the right bank of the Seerhein, opposite the city centre. It was named after the Petershausen Abbey.

                                               

Rammetshofen

Rammetshofen is a village located 1 mile south of Oberteuringen in the Bodenseekreis of the federal state of Baden Wuerttemberg in Germany. It lies approximately 7.5 kilometers north of the Bodensee.

                                               

Rechberg and Rothenlowen

Rechberg and Rothenlowen was a country in the Holy Roman Empire. Rechberg and Rothenlowen was a renaming of Osterberg, and it inherited Osterberg in 1767. Rechberg and Rothenlowen was mediatised to Wurttemberg in 1806. The family of the Grafen vo ...

                                               

Roggenbeuren

Burial mounds in the vicinity prove that the area has been settled since prehistoric times. The first mention of Roggenbeuren dates from a donation from St Galls Abbey in 860/1 in which the brothers Otholf and Teothard donated their territory in ...

                                               

Schnarrenberg (Stuttgart)

Schnarrenberg is a mountain of Baden-Wurttemberg, Germany. The Schnarrenberg is a hill ridge in the north of Stuttgart in the quarters of Munster and Zuffenhausen. The majority is on the territory of Munster. At its highest point 316 m above sea ...

                                               

Staatliche Baderverwaltung Badenweiler

The Staatliche Baderverwaltung Badenweiler is a historic arboretum located in the city Kurpark at Kaiserstrasse 5, Badenweiler, Baden-Wurttemberg, Germany. It is open daily without charge. The arboretum dates to 1758 when Charles Frederick, Grand ...

                                               

Stadion (state)

Stadion was a statelet of the Holy Roman Empire, located around Thannhausen in the present-day Bavarian administrative region of Swabia, Germany. The Swabian Stadion dynasty was first mentioned in the area of Oberstadion in the 13th century. John ...

                                               

Staufen (Hegau)

During the Roman period a watchtower stood on the mountain. During the medieval period, probably in the 12th century, A castle was built upon the mountain. The castle was first mentioned in 1248 and was inhabited until 1607. During this period it ...

                                               

Stuttgart-Weilimdorf

Weilimdorf until 1955 known as "Weil im Dorf," is the north-western city district of the German city and capital of Baden-Wurttemberg, Stuttgart. Weilimdorf, covering an area of 12.6 square kilometres with a population of around 30.000, borders t ...

                                               

Triboldingerbohl

Triboldingerbohl, also known as Triboltingen or groSes Bohl or Langenrain, is the fourth largest island of Lake Constance, with an area of 0.13557 square kilometres. It is 780 meters long and up to 230 meters wide. It is located in the easternmos ...

                                               

Uhlandshohe

The Uhlandshohe is a hill in Baden-Wurttemberg, Germany. The Uhlandshohe in Stuttgart is a hill on the eastern edge of the city centre. The name of the hill was originally the Ameisenberg "Ant Hill", but in 1862 the name of a park was given to th ...

                                               

Verrenberg

Verrenberg is a village in Hohenlohe, Germany and has been a part of Ohringen since February 1, 1972. Today, Verrenberg has about 680 inhabitants. The first documented proof of Verrenberg was around the year 1242, however was originally thought t ...