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Hohenlohe Overview

Hohenlohe is a district in the north of Baden-Württemberg, Germany. Neighboring districts are (from north clockwise) Neckar-Odenwald, Main-Tauber, Schwäbisch Hall (Schwäbisch Hall vacation rentals | Schwäbisch Hall travel guide) and Heilbronn (Heilbronn vacation rentals | Heilbronn travel guide).

The two main rivers of the districts are the Kocher and Jagst, both affluents to the Neckar. The highest elevation of the district with 523 m is the Mühlberg near Waldenburg (Waldenburg vacation rentals | Waldenburg travel guide).

Things to See in Hohenlohe

Weygang-Museum in Öhringen (Öhringen vacation rentals | Öhringen travel guide) is a museum of local history, with a tin and faience collection from the Roman era.

Museum Werkstatt Pflaumer in Öhringen gives one a chance to take a look at the locksmith and grinding professions.

Meeres(Sea)-Museum (in Cappel) in Öhringen gives the viewer a chance to look at the most beautiful mussels and snail shells from seas all over the world.

Schloss Neuenstein (Neuenstein vacation rentals | Neuenstein travel guide) in Künzelsau

Bürgerturm in Künzelsau

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More about the History of Hohenlohe

The district was created in 1973 by merging the previous districts Öhringen and Künzelsau. It was named after the family of Hohenlohe, who once had ruled most of the area, until 1806 when they lost their independence as this area became part of the kingdom of Württemberg.

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Hohenlohe is a district in the north of Baden-Württemberg, Germany. Neighboring districts are (from north clockwise) Neckar-Odenwald, Main-Tauber, Schwäbisch Hall and Heilbronn.

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