Denzlingen

Denzlingen is a municipality in the district of Emmendingen, in Baden-Württemberg, Germany.wikipedia
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Emmendingen

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Clockwise, starting in the north, Denzlingen is surrounded by Emmendingen, Sexau and Waldkirch in the district of Emmendingen, Glottertal, Heuweiler and Gundelfingen in the district Breisgau-Hochschwarzwald, and Vörstetten in the district of Emmendingen.
Emmendingen is bordered by several cities and municipalities; clockwise from the north: Malterdingen, Kenzingen, Freiamt (Black Forest), Sexau, Denzlingen, Reute (Breisgau), and Teningen.

Waldkirch

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Clockwise, starting in the north, Denzlingen is surrounded by Emmendingen, Sexau and Waldkirch in the district of Emmendingen, Glottertal, Heuweiler and Gundelfingen in the district Breisgau-Hochschwarzwald, and Vörstetten in the district of Emmendingen.
The district is bordered by Sankt Peter, Glottertal, Denzlingen and Sexau.

Elz (Rhine)

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Denzlingen is located in the Upper Rhine Valley (Oberrheinische Tiefebene) at the edge of the Black Forest (Schwarzwald) between the river Elz in the north and the Glotter which runs through the southern part of the town.
Below the town of Waldkirch the Elz enters the Upper Rhine Plain near Denzlingen in the Freiburg Bay.

Emmendingen (district)

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Denzlingen is a municipality in the district of Emmendingen, in Baden-Württemberg, Germany.

Heuweiler

Clockwise, starting in the north, Denzlingen is surrounded by Emmendingen, Sexau and Waldkirch in the district of Emmendingen, Glottertal, Heuweiler and Gundelfingen in the district Breisgau-Hochschwarzwald, and Vörstetten in the district of Emmendingen.
In the west Gundelfingen borders on Heuweiler, in the east the village Glottertal, both in the district Breisgau-Hochschwarzwald, the neighboring municipality in the north, Denzlingen, is located in the district Emmendingen.

Black Forest

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Denzlingen is located in the Upper Rhine Valley (Oberrheinische Tiefebene) at the edge of the Black Forest (Schwarzwald) between the river Elz in the north and the Glotter which runs through the southern part of the town.
In Hausach the Kinzig Valley Railway branches off to Freudenstadt, in Denzlingen the Elz Valley Railway peels off towards Elzach, the Höllental Railway runs from Freiburg im Breisgau through the Höllental valley to Donaueschingen, the Münstertal Railway from Bad Krozingen to Münstertal, the Kander Valley Railway from Haltingen near Basel through the Kander valley to Kandern and the Wiesen Valley Railway from Basel to Zell im Wiesental.

Glotter

Lossele
Denzlingen is located in the Upper Rhine Valley (Oberrheinische Tiefebene) at the edge of the Black Forest (Schwarzwald) between the river Elz in the north and the Glotter which runs through the southern part of the town.
Near Denzlingen, much of its water is diverted towards the Elz through the stream Lossele.

Gundelfingen

Rebberg (Gundelfingen)
Clockwise, starting in the north, Denzlingen is surrounded by Emmendingen, Sexau and Waldkirch in the district of Emmendingen, Glottertal, Heuweiler and Gundelfingen in the district Breisgau-Hochschwarzwald, and Vörstetten in the district of Emmendingen.
The Station is also the terminal station of the buslines 13, 15, 16, 22 (Bissier Street), 24, 25 (Hugstetten railway station), 201, 7203 (Denzlingen) and 1076 (Colmar in France).

Municipalities of Germany

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Denzlingen is a municipality in the district of Emmendingen, in Baden-Württemberg, Germany.

Baden-Württemberg

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Denzlingen is a municipality in the district of Emmendingen, in Baden-Württemberg, Germany.

Germany

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Denzlingen is a municipality in the district of Emmendingen, in Baden-Württemberg, Germany.

Freiburg im Breisgau

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It is situated 8 km north of Freiburg.

Upper Rhine

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Denzlingen is located in the Upper Rhine Valley (Oberrheinische Tiefebene) at the edge of the Black Forest (Schwarzwald) between the river Elz in the north and the Glotter which runs through the southern part of the town.

Freiamt

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The westernmost foothills of the Black Forest and the town of Freiamt lie to the north.

Kaiserstuhl (Baden-Württemberg)

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From northwest to southwest the Upper Rhine Valley allows a clear view of the Kaiserstuhl hills and of the Vosges Mountains on the French side of the Rhine.

Vosges

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From northwest to southwest the Upper Rhine Valley allows a clear view of the Kaiserstuhl hills and of the Vosges Mountains on the French side of the Rhine.

Rhine

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From northwest to southwest the Upper Rhine Valley allows a clear view of the Kaiserstuhl hills and of the Vosges Mountains on the French side of the Rhine.

Sexau

Clockwise, starting in the north, Denzlingen is surrounded by Emmendingen, Sexau and Waldkirch in the district of Emmendingen, Glottertal, Heuweiler and Gundelfingen in the district Breisgau-Hochschwarzwald, and Vörstetten in the district of Emmendingen.

Glottertal

Clockwise, starting in the north, Denzlingen is surrounded by Emmendingen, Sexau and Waldkirch in the district of Emmendingen, Glottertal, Heuweiler and Gundelfingen in the district Breisgau-Hochschwarzwald, and Vörstetten in the district of Emmendingen.

Breisgau-Hochschwarzwald

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Clockwise, starting in the north, Denzlingen is surrounded by Emmendingen, Sexau and Waldkirch in the district of Emmendingen, Glottertal, Heuweiler and Gundelfingen in the district Breisgau-Hochschwarzwald, and Vörstetten in the district of Emmendingen.

Vörstetten

Clockwise, starting in the north, Denzlingen is surrounded by Emmendingen, Sexau and Waldkirch in the district of Emmendingen, Glottertal, Heuweiler and Gundelfingen in the district Breisgau-Hochschwarzwald, and Vörstetten in the district of Emmendingen.

Roman Empire

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Denzlingen was already settled during the time of the Roman Empire.

Alemanni

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It was named after the Alemannic tribal chief Denzilo who lived here in the 5th century.