Maps




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BAVARIA / BAYERN

CITIES / TOWNS / STÄDTE

COUNTIES / LANDKREIS

THE PALATINATE / PFALZ

GERMANY / DEUTSCHLAND

RIVERS OF GERMANY

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BAVARIA / BAYERN


Bavarian Districts / Regierungsbezirke

Bavarian Counties / Landkreis

Alemannia [Alamannia] or Upper Swabia

Duchy of Bavaria

Bavaria in Germany - 1871

Northern Bavaria / Nord Bayern - 1882

Southern Bavaria / Süd Bayern- 1882

Bavaria and Bavarian Palatinate in southern Germany - 1891

Bavaria & Prussia / Bayern & Preußen - 1347-1948

Oberpfalz / Upper Palatinate - 1568

Franken / Franconia - 1720

Circle of Franconia - 1766

Administration of Justice in Bavaria. When Macromedia flash map opens, in the "Interaktive Legende", click the Symbole "AUS" to turn off all the symbols. Then click on the text words for the information you want to see, such as:

Ortsname = place names
Bezirksgrenzen = District borders
Amtsgerichte = Local Courts
Landgerichte = Regional Courts
Oberlandesgerichte = Higher Regional Courts
Bayerisches Oberlandesgericht = Bavarian High Regional Court
Justizvollzugsanstalt = Prison
Notarstelle = Notary Locations

The plus or minus symbol allows you to zoom in or out, the arrows cause the map to move in the direction clicked.

Kahlgrund in Landkreis Aschaffenburg

Spessart in Lower Franconia / Unterfranken

Allgäu in Bavarian Swabia / Allgäu im Bayerisch-Schwaben

The Romantic Road



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CITIES / TOWNS / STÄDTE


Cham

Nürnberg / Nuremberg - 1858

München / Munich - 1858

Neustadt an der Aisch Click on the words "Der Weg zu uns" on the menu to the left, then click on "Stadtplan" on the far left bottom of the menu.



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COUNTIES / LANDKREIS


Aichach-Friedberg

Altötting

Amberg-Sulzbach

Ansbach

Aschaffenburg - click on map to view in pdf format with Adobe Acrobat, which can be obtained with link on the page

Aschaffenburg - click on "Gemeinden" at the left, then click on names for further information as well as links to city websites, where available

Augsburg - slow loading, click on names to reach principal city websites

Bad Kissingen

Bad Tölz - Wolfratshausen

Bamberg - scroll down to bottom of page for map; city names are text linked above

Bayreuth

Berchtesgadener Land

Cham

Coburg - click on map segments to zoom in

Dachau - scroll down to see a general map at the bottom of the page

Dachau - Click on icon for "Zur Kreiskarte", then click on text link "Kreiskarte", then "Kreis Dachau" for an interactive map

Deggendorf

Dillingen a.d. Donau

Dingolfing-Landau

Donau-Ries - click on "Landkreis Donau-Ries" map to enlarge

Ebersberg

Eichstätt

Erding

Erlangen-Höchstadt

Forchheim - town names are clickable on map

Freising - scroll down and over for map, towns are clickable

Freyung-Grafenau - town names are clickable on map

Fürstenfeldbruck - small map

Fürstenfeldbruck - big map

Fürth

Garmisch-Partenkirchen - town names are clickable on map

Günzburg

Haßberge

Hof - click on large red circles to reach principal city websites

Kelheim - click on the words "Bitte wählen Sie..." directly underneath the words "Im Landkreis" on the very far left side, choose "Städte und Gemeinden" from the drop-down menu

Kitzingen - click on magnifying glasses to zoom in

Kronach - some town names are clickable

Kulmbach - click on the green Landkreis Kulmbach in Oberfranken on the map

Landsberg am Lech - principal cities are clickable

Landshut - click on map segments to zoom in

Lichtenfels - click on names to reach city websites

Lindau (Bodensee)

Main-Spessart

Miesbach - clicking on principal city names leads to town websites

Miltenberg - some town names are clickable and lead to town websites

Mühldorf am Inn

München

München

Neuburg - Schrobenhausen

Neumarkt in der Oberpfalz

Neustadt an der Aisch - Bad Windsheim

Neustadt an der Waldnaab - town names are clickable

Neu-Ulm

Nürnberger Land

Oberallgäu - town names are clickable

Ostallgäu

Passau - town names are clickable and lead to town websites

Pfaffenhofen an der Ilm - town names are clickable and lead to town websites

Regen - town names are clickable and lead to town websites

Regensburg

Rosenheim

Roth

Rottal Inn

Schwandorf

Schweinfurt - town names are clickable

Starnberg

Straubing - Bogen - click on the word "Wegweiser", then choose "Lage" from the drop-down menu

Tirschenreuth

Traunstein

Weilheim - Schongau

Weißenburg - Gunzenhausen

Wunsiedel im Fichtelgebirge

Würzburg



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THE PALATINATE / PFALZ


Map of Bavaria showing Rhenish Pfalz

Map of Oberpfalz / Upper Palatinate, 1568

Palatinate of Bavaria

Pfalz, 1789

Pfalz, 1831

Pfalz, 1818

Map of Rhineland-Palatinate

Map of the Palatinate ca. 1650



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GERMANY


Map of Migration of the German Tribes 373 - 500 A. D.

The Germanic Kingdoms and the East Roman Empire, 526 - 600

The Empire of Charlemagne

Roman - German Empire ca. 950 A. D.

Germany about the year 962 A. D.

The Romans in Germany

Germania

Germany under Frederick of Barbarossa 1152 - 1190

Map of the Thirty Years War, 1618 - 1648

Blaeu Atlas
Various maps of Germany. This Latin edition of Willem Janszoon and Joan Blaeu’s Theatrum orbis terrarum, sive, Atlas novus was published in 4 volumes beginning in 1645.

Old Germany - A Picture

A new map of the Empire of Germany, 1766

Map of Germany

Germany, 1801 - 19

Germany and Italy, 1803

German Confederation, 1815

Map of German Empire, 1871

FEEFHS Maps of the German Empire - West - 1882

Germany, 1920

Germany, 1945

Perry-Castañeda Library Map Collection of Germany Maps

Inception of Civil Registration in Germany

Map of German Dialects

Auswanderer Karte - Emigrant Map





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RIVERS OF GERMANY


The Rhine
The Rhine, the most celebrated of the rivers of Europe, with the Meuse, the Moselle, and the rest of the rivers that flow into it. From the Latin edition of Willem Janszoon and Joan Blaeu’s Theatrum orbis terrarum, sive, Atlas novus, published in 4 volumes beginning in 1645.



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INTERACTIVE MAPS / MAP PROGRAMS


The David Rumsey Map Collection

TK - 50 Online
Click on the words "TK - 50 Online" on the menu to the left, scroll down on right and click "Start Bayern Viewer".

Administration of Justice in Bavaria. When Macromedia flash map opens, in the "Interaktive Legende", click the Symbole "AUS" to turn off all the symbols. Then click on the text words for the information you want to see, such as:

Ortsname = place names
Bezirksgrenzen = District borders
Amtsgerichte = Local Courts
Landgerichte = Regional Courts
Oberlandesgerichte = Higher Regional Courts
Bayerisches Oberlandesgericht = Bavarian High Regional Court
Justizvollzugsanstalt = Prison
Notarstelle = Notary Locations

The plus or minus symbol allows you to zoom in or out, the arrows cause the map to move in the direction clicked.

Deutschland - Interaktiv



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