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- Bonndorf is a town in the Waldshut district in Baden-Württemberg, Germany. It is situated in the southern Black Forest, 14 km southeast of Titisee-Neustadt...
- The Bonndorf Graben (German: Bonndorfer Graben) is a southeast-northwest to east-west striking, tectonic graben system on the eastern edge of the Black...
- produced in the Black Forest region of Germany. In 1959, Hans Adler from Bonndorf pioneered manufacturing and selling Original Black Forest ham by retail...
- reform of the 1970s, the formerly independent muni****lities of Bambergen, Bonndorf, Deisendorf, Hödingen, Lippertsreute, Nesselwangen und Nußdorf are now...
- moved to Bonndorf, Black Forest, and the company has a new name: Dunkermotoren. With trucks the productions facilities were transported to Bonndorf and some...
- and the line from Dreisam to Gutach in the south, corresponding to the Bonndorf Graben zone and the course of the present day B 31. In 1959, Rudolf Metz...
- 1791. Gerbert's intention was to enhance the status of his lordship of Bonndorf over the nearby princedom of Fürstenberg. Fürstenberg had been in possession...
- Berg — in fact formed the nucleus of the reichsunmittelbar lordship of Bonndorf, constituted in 1609, from which the Prince-Abbots derived their status...
- Boizenburg (Mecklenburg-Western Pomerania) Bonn (North Rhine-Westphalia) Bonndorf im Schwarzwald (Baden-Württemberg) Bönnigheim (Baden-Württemberg) Bopfingen...
- Muḥammad. 1997. Islam the freedom to serve: Suhbats, aphorisms, and stories. Bonndorf im Schwarzwald: Gorski und Spohr. al-Haqqani, Shaykh Nazım. 1998. Pure...
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