Villingen-Schwenningen

Schwenningen: Neckar Tower | Villingen-Schwenningen in Germany
Schwenningen: Janusz Korczak School | Villingen-Schwenningen in Germany
Villingen-Schwenningen: Former Württembergische Uhrenfabrik Bürk, today housing the clock industry museum. | Villingen-Schwenningen in Germany
Feuerwehrhaus in Schwenningen am Neckar | Villingen-Schwenningen in Germany
Schwenningen: Kaufhaus Merkur | Villingen-Schwenningen in Germany
Münster in Villingen (Schwarzwald), Westseite. | Villingen-Schwenningen in Germany
Kirche St. Konrad in Rietheim, Stadt Villingen-Schwenningen, Deutschland | Villingen-Schwenningen in Germany
Statue vom "Riesen Romäus", einem Lokalhelden von Villingen-Schwenningen, Deutschland | Villingen-Schwenningen in Germany
The inner city of Villingen-Schwenningen, district of Villingen (Baden-Wuerttemberg, southern Germany) | Villingen-Schwenningen in Germany
Schwenninger Moos; NSG:BW-3.028 | Villingen-Schwenningen in Germany
Kirche St. Jakobus in Marbach, Stadt Villingen-Schwenningen, Deutschland | Villingen-Schwenningen in Germany
Schwenningen: Rathaus | Villingen-Schwenningen in Germany
Narrenzunft Schwenningen, Figur: Hansel

Veranstaltung: Narrensprung beim Narrentreffen Meßkirch 2006 | Villingen-Schwenningen in Germany
Villingen-Schwenningen, Stadtbezirk Villingen
Rathaus, Gebäude Münsterplatz 8 | Villingen-Schwenningen in Germany
Villingen: das Bickentor (Stadtseite) | Villingen-Schwenningen in Germany
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Town in 🇩🇪 Germany with a population of around 81 thousand people.

Villingen-Schwenningen is a city in the Schwarzwald-Baar-Kreis district, in Baden-Württemberg, Germany. It is situated on the High Rhine, on the border with Switzerland, about 20 km south of Freiburg im Breisgau and 50 km north of Lake Constance. The city has 80,000 inhabitants and is the largest city in the Schwarzwald-Baar-Kreis. It is known for its medieval old town, its extensive forests, and its mild climate. The city was founded by the Celts in the late 4th century BC. It was conquered by the Romans in the 1st century BC. The city was the capital of the Alemanni, a Germanic tribe, in the 5th century AD. Villingen-Schwenningen was first mentioned in a document in 858. In 1219, the city was given to the

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