Rottenburg

The name Rottenburg can refer to:

  • The family of Rottenburg
  • The German town Rottenburg am Neckar, in the state of Baden-Württemberg
  • The German town Rottenburg an der Laaber, in the state of Bavaria

Other articles related to "rottenburg":

Johann Baptist Von Keller
... He served as the first Bishop of Rottenburg ... Keller became the Vicar General of Rottenburg in 1819 ... The Diocese of Rottenburg was created in 1821, and Keller was made its first bishop in 1828 ...
Rottenburg Am Neckar
... Rottenburg am Neckar (until July 10, 1964 only Rottenburg) is a medium-sized town in the administrative district (Landkreis) of Tübingen in Baden-Wür ... Rottenburg is the second largest city of the district after Tübingen and makes up a secondary center for the surrounding community ... Since May 1, 1972, Rottenburg am Neckar is a district town (Große Kreisstadt) ...
Schwalldorf - Culture and Sights - Regular Events
... Fasnet The Fasnet (Swabian-Alemannic Carnival) has a high significance in the area of Rottenburg ... A "Vassnacht" was firstly documented in Rottenburg in the 15th century ... In the catholic Town of Rottenburg and its hinterland the wild goings have become a tradition ...
Gebhard Fürst
... (born December 2, 1948 in Bietigheim, Baden-Württemberg) is the Bishop of Rottenburg-Stuttgart ... He then entered the Seminary of Rottenburg-Stuttgart in Rottenburg am Neckar ... Director of the Academy of the Diocese of Rottenburg-Stuttgart and a member of the Caucus of Bishop Ordinaries ...
Landshut–Rottenburg Railway - The End
... running that day from Landshut to Rottenburg with members of the Landshut model railway club The Rottenburg town band played Ich hatt' einen Kameraden ("I had a comrade ... On 31 January 1982 the ticket and parcels offices at Rottenburg station were closed ... In 1990 the Rottenburg Bockerl Society (Interessengemeinschaft Rottenburger Bockerl) was founded in 1994 it was renamed to the Landshut-Rottenburg Steam Train Society (Dampfzugfreunde ...