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Hinterweiler is located between Gomaringen,  Immenhausen and Stockach. Formerly independent Hinterweiler is today part of the city of Gomaringen.

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The city of Moessingen is located at the bottom of the Schwaebische Alb (a local mountain area). The river Steinlach is running through the city. Today the city consists of the old city of Moessingen […]

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Dusslingen was first mentioned in the year 888 confirming the ownership of Dusslingen by King Arnulf to his Kaplan  Otolf. The old name was “Tuzzilinga”. Near by the actual city there are found items during […]

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Tuebingen is the old university city and capital of the county of Tuebingen. It was formerly the seat of the Duke of Barbarossa. On the riverside of the Neckar you will find the old castle […]

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Stockach is a small village close to Immenhausen and Hinterweiler on the top of a small hill.  Before 1850 very often the couples from Stockach have been married in the church of Dusslingen. Obviously  Stockach […]

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Pfullingen is located near Reutlingen at the bottom of the Schwaebische Alb. With a population of about 18.000 inhabitants, it’s the third largest city in the county of Reutlingen. After the detection of historical pieces […]

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Goenningen is directly located at the bottom of the “Schwaebische Alb”, in the valley between the Stoeffelberg and the Rossberg. The little river Wiesatz is passing trough the city. The former independent city is now […]

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Betzingen is located between Jettenburg and Reutlingen and today is part of the county city of Reutlingen. The industrial area of Betzingen has nearly reached Jettenburg. Betzingen was a center for the weaver industry. So […]

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Reicheneck is very small town located between Mittelstadt and Metzingen. The center of the town has kept his historical design. Today it belongs to the city of Reutlingen.

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Reutlingen is the capital of the county of Reutlingen, which covers a wide area including parts of the Schwaebische Alb. Reutlingen has always been an industrial city and a center for the textile industry. It […]


Bronnweiler is located southeast of Gomaringen at the bottom of the “Schwäbische Alb”. Today Bronnweiler is a part of the large city of Reutlingen.

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Ohmenhausen was mentioned the in the historical books the first time in 1272. The preliminary name was Ummenhausen and consisted only of a few houses. In the early days the Ohmenhausen protestant church was part […]


The town of Maehringen is located between Wankheim and Immenhausen and has kept his original flair over the years. Farming is still an important factor in the town.


Kusterdingen is the largest of the five towns and the administrative headquarter of the Haerten area since 1975, when the five towns have been merged into one within a reorganization act of the state of […]


The town of Jettenburg is on the southern border of the Haerten area and is separated by the highway 28 from the other towns in the  north. In the last years the town of Betzingen […]


Immenhausen is on the eastern border of the Haerten area and is the smallest of the five towns. However the town is very proud to have won various prices in the state competitions “Our town […]

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Gomaringen is nicely located at the bottom of the Schwaebischen Alb. The surrounding is dominated by wood-, fruit- and grass meadows. The neighbor cities are Reutlingen, Moessingen and Tuebingen. Due to location on the small […]


Wankheim is the first town on the right hand side of Highway 28 coming from Tuebingen. Due to the close location to the city of Tuebingen the town have attracted a lot of new people. […]