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Sites in the Rhineland and the Saar

 The rathaus in 1933 and today. During the war, Speyer was the site of one of the first encounters between pilots and UFOs, or Foo Fighters as they were called at the time:
In an encounter of 27 November 1944 over Speyer, pilots Henry Giblin and Walter Cleary reported a large orange light flying at 250 mph about 1,500 feet above their fighter. The radar station in the sector replied that there was nothing else there. Nevertheless, a subsequent malfunction in the plane's radar system forced it to return to base. An official report was made - the first of its kind - which resulted in many jokes at the pilots' expense. After the 27 November encounter, pilots who saw the Foo Fighters decided not to include them in their flight reports. 
Alan Baker Invisible Eagle -The History of Nazi Occultism
Standing in front of the Altpörtel, and as it appeared in 1939

The postwar changes are evident in this comparison.
Einst und jetzt...

Trier (Rhineland-Palatinate)
 Hitler being driven down Kölner Straße in May, 1939

The Hauptmarkt,  scene of street battles between Nazis and Communists, in 1935 and today.
 On the Hauptmarkt is the Hauptwache, shown July 1941, and which served as Gestapo headquarters from 1933 to 1935.
In 1935 the Gestapo moved its offices here at the former Reichsbahngebäude at Christophstraße 1.

 Simeonstraße in 1939 and today
 Hitler's portrait on the Porta Nigra
Porta-Nigra-Platz became Adolf-Hitler-Platz in 1933
Nazi propaganda at the cathedral on the Domfreihof reading "Deutsche Jungens und Mädels meidet die konfessionellen Jugendverbände"("German boys and girls- avoid confessional youth organisations." By 1937 all Catholic youth organisations would be banned.
In Sichelstraße the former Bishop-Korum-house served as a gaol for collecting Jewish women and children beginning April 1942.
A mounted plaque on the site commemorates this doleful event. At this point was 1929-1931 at the initiative of the "Marian Jünglingscongregation" (MJC), a Catholic youth organisation, established the so-called Bishop-Korum-house, which was demolished in the 1960s and replaced with the current building. From 1942 it served as a rallying point of the female Jewish prisoners prior to their deportation to concentration camps Lublin, Theresienstadt or Auschwitz. Of the more than 400 Trier Jews who were deported to concentration camps between 1933 and 1945, only a few survived- some sources suggest 14, others 20 - and would return to their home town.
  The Karl Marx House museum is where Karl Marx was born in 1818; it is now a museum. The significance of the house went unnoticed until 1904, at which point the Social Democratic Party of Germany (SPD) worked hard to buy it, succeeding in 1928. After the Nazis came to power the building was confiscated and turned into a printing house. Here the corpse of the first victim of the Nazis, Social Democrat Hermann Möschel, was laid out in 1932. On March 8 1933 over an hundred SA and SS men stormed the building, tore down the imperial flag replacing it with the swastika flag drove out the Socialists. The Karl Marx House was first occupied by the police then confiscated by the Nazi Party, and finally, on May 4 1933 became the headquarters of their party newspaper "Der Stürmer." 
 ...some buildings still physically in existence after 1933 also disappeared from tourist literature. The Reich Committee for Tourism chastised the Trier Tourism Office for distributing a brochure that alluded to the house in which the ‘famous German Socialist Karl Marx was born’. The Committee therefore ordered the immediate destruction of material making such references to the ‘Marxist-liberalist past’
Semmens (60) Seeing Hitler's Germany
On May 5, 1947 the building was opened as a museum of the life and works of Karl Marx. On March 14, 1983, on the 100th anniversary of Marx's death, the museum was re-opened after a year-long renovation that expanded it to three floors where it now includes the history of communism in the Soviet Union, China, Central and Eastern Europe.
 The Kaufhaus Haas. It  had belonged to the Jewish owners of the fashion house Sinn Leffers and was a main target of Trier Nazis. On May 13, 1933 Albert and Max Haas and his wife were taken into "protective custody." The wife would hang herself and the men later taken to the town gaol. By November 1938, all Jewish businesses were to be 'aryanised'.
 The gaol on Windstraße.  From May 1940 it became the way station for at least 25 000 prisoners and resistance fighters from neighbouring occupied countries Luxembourg, Belgium and France. According to conservative estimates at least 200 were likely sentenced to death here. Across the road is the Episcopal seminary where Klaus Barbie, the so-called 'Butcher of Lyons' lived.

The synagogue in 1944 and today. On the morning of November 10, 1938 it was plundered and the interior destroyed. Twenty-three of the twenty-four Torah scrolls were burned, and over an hundred Jewish men were arrested that day and gaoled. The synagogue and an adjacent residential house where the family of Chief Rabbi Dr. Altmann lived, were sold in 1939 and by 1944 were completely destroyed by bombing .

The Gasthaus "Zur Glocke" on Glockenstraße.  It had been owned by a Nazi activist and was a meeting place for them where they instigated attacks on political opponents. 
Grabenstraße after the war and today
The Römerbrücke, Germany's oldest standing bridge, on August 27, 1941 and today
  Hitlerstraße is now Bahnhofstraße
Memorial for the ubiquitous "victims of National Socialism", so vague that it could refer to practically to anyone and everyone. 

Before the war and the wife at the same spot 80 years later
A rumour had spread that Standartenführer Julius Uhl had planned to shoot Hitler on July 1, 1934 here at a concert of the singer Heinrich Schlusnus. Hitler himself referred to this in his July 13, 1934 speech to the Reichstag justifying his slaughter of his own men during the so-called Night of the Long Knives when he spoke of how
the man had already been hired in the meantime who was to carry out my elimination at a later date: Standartenführer Uhl, who confessed only a few hours before his death that he had been willing to carry out such an order.
Uhl in fact had been in Bad Wiessee when he was arrested on June 30 and taken to Stadelheim Prison. Apparently, "Uhl was chosen to play the leading role in Hitler’s concocted assassination plot due to his well-known prowess as a brilliant marksman" (Domarus, 496). 

The wife again at Stahleck Castle overlooking the Rhine and as it appeared at the start of Nazi rule when this 12th-century fortified castle was completely rebuilt, providing 260 beds to the hostel using the site. The ceremonial laying of its foundation stone took place on 18 November 1934. The work, which took only 11 months, cost 25,000 reichsmarks and included addition of a kitchen, another Fachwerk building, on the south side. On 25 October 1935, the rebuilt building was officially dedicated. In the presence of members of the Hitler Jugend, the Deutsches Jungvolk, the Bund Deutscher Mädel, and both the SA and the SS, Gauleiter Gustav Simon gave the dedicatory address. Stahleck became one of 27 Jugendburgen (youth castles), to be used for indoctrination of teenagers and young adults. Between 1937 and early 1938, the turrets on the shield wall were built and its chemin de ronde roofed over. A visit by Rudolf Hess in June 1938 prompted the start of work to complete the rebuilding of the keep, which was still a ruined stump. The plan was to reconstruct it to a height of 36 metres and, 7 storeys, and name it the Rudolf Hess Tower. However, the existing foundations would not have been able to bear the weight, so the ruin was pulled down, and in November 1938, work began on a completely new tower on a smaller footprint. Work on this was interrupted by the outbreak of World War II.  From 1940 to 1942, the castle served as a military hospital. In addition, in November 1940, students from now occupied Luxembourg who had been studying at German and Austrian universities when the war began were forced to attend re-education classes there, and eventually a youth re-education camp was set up. Male schoolchildren and students from Esch-sur-Alzette and Echternach were interned at the castle for 4 months as punishment for protesting against the announcement in 1942 of the introduction of required military service in Luxembourg and the forced conscription associated with it, as well as for participating in the general strike which followed. (Girls were sent to a youth hostel at Adenau.) Those of military age were then sent to the front. There is a memorial plaque at the castle, and the State of Rhineland-Palatinate and the City of Bacharach have organised memorial events at which contemporary witnesses spoke.  Beginning in January 1943, the castle was used as an internment camp for German youth who had shown insufficient loyalty to the Party, such as the founders of the Catholic youth resistance group the Michael Troop; some were taken from Stahleck to concentration camps. From June 1943 to summer 1944, it was a work and military training camp for Germans between 14 and 18 years of age. 
 National Socialism in the courtyard and the site today. On the right is a tin badge showing the castle at the top over the words “Jugendburg Stahleck” and “25 Jahre 1911 1936 Rhineland”. The central triangle reads “DJH”. 

The flag poles at the 29er Ehrenmal, a memorial to the 29th Infanterie-Regiments „von Horn“ (3. Rheinisches), are there, but the flags have since changed.

Schweigen-Rechtenbach (Rhineland-Palatinate)
The Weintor, built in the autumn of 1936, marks the start of the Weinstrasse in the south of the Palatinate, less than a mile from the French border. The swastika in the eagle's talons shown in the 1940s postcards has been defaced but can still be made out.


In 1938 the Jewish synagogue, built in 1884, was burnt to the ground during the Reichskristallnacht.  In 1943 during a bombing raid the centre of the town was almost completely destroyed. In 1945, at the end of World War II, its industries in ruins, it was occupied first by the Americans and then by the French by way of ultimate humiliation. 
 The  Frankenthaler Brauhauskeller, where Hitler stayed in April, 1931
  Wormser Straße on May 1, 1933 and today, the Wormser Tor in the background
 Marktplatz then and now
Despite being banned in all uses by the German government, the town still uses the Wolfsangel, symbol of the forbidden Jungen Front, in its Nazi-era arms which were approved by the Oldenburg Ministry of State for the Interior and have been used since 10 July 1934. 


Another reichsadler in the Palatinate is this one, still allowed to grace the entrance of the Finanzamt. Hitler spoke in the town on June 14, 1932 during his presidential campaign.On Reichskristallnacht (9 November 1938), the Alzey synagogue was destroyed and the fittings were burnt in front of the building. The ruin was torn down in the 1950s. A rescued Torah scroll can nowadays be found in the museum. On 8 January 1945, in World War II, the town narrowly missed being destroyed when 36 Boeing B-17 bombers had been sent to take out a railway bridge in Alzey. Owing to bad weather and a landmark misinterpretation – the crew mistook the top of the old watchtower for the church steeple – the bombers ended up dropping their load on the Wartberg, a nearby hill, giving rise to the legend of the Wartbergturm – the old tower – as Alzey's saviour.

In 1929 and today. 

The famous Weimar novelist Alfred Döblin reappeared in Germany in French uniform and became a literary censor in Baden-Baden. By his own testimony, towering piles of books were placed before him, written either during the war or just after. Suppression had not done wonders for German letters, he thought. With no pun intended (Günter Grass’s first successful novel, The Tin Drum, was not published until 1959), he wrote, ‘At first the only thing that grew on the ground was grass and weeds.’ He founded a literary journal, and formed part of the delegation that inaugurated the new University of Mainz. The journey to the inauguration
ceremony was an adventure in itself. As they approached the cathedral city they saw the wrecks of factories ‘as if brought down by an earthquake’ and then the city centre: ‘But where was Mainz? All that one could see were ruins, faceless people, twisted beams, empty façades: that was Mainz.’ In the old barracks that was now the university Döblin watched civilians and military figures leafing through the translated transcripts of the speeches that morning. There were British and American uniforms scattered along the rows. An orchestra struck up the overture from The Magic Flute. Men came in wearing black gowns and mortar boards. Döblin was reminded of a high-school graduation in the United States. The president of the region gave a speech in which he described the new university as the key to the material and cultural revival of the region. 
MacDonogh (276-277) After the Reich- The Brutal History of the Allied Occupation
The main railway station 

 Schusterstrasse then and now
 President Hindenberg in July 1930 at a swastika-bedecked Schillerplatz, the Befreiungsdenkmal now replaced with the Fastnachtsbrunnen. The statue itself, Benno Elkan's "Rhenania"  (representing a Rhineland freed from French brutality) was destroyed by the Nazis because of the Jewish background of the artist in late March 1933. Elkan then fled Germany and emigrated to England, where he lived until his death in 1960. In gratitude to the British, Elkan created a large Menorah featuring scenes from the Passion of the Jewish people . As a gift of the British Parliament, it is now before the Knesset in Jerusalem.
When they took power, the Nazis destroyed the huge memorial to Gustav Stresemann at Fischtrplatz.
Hitler speaking at the fussballplatz June 13, 1932
 The marktplatz before the war, September 1942, and today
 The Eisenbahnbrücke 1942 and today

Annweiler am Trifels
Down the hauptstrasse then and now. 

On the Sonnenberg behind lie the ruins of the castle of Trifels, in which Richard the Lionhearted was imprisoned from 31 March to 19 April 1193. 

Neuwied (Rhineland-Palatinate)
Linking Weißenthurm and Neuwied over the Rhine, what is now known as the Raiffeisenbrücke replaces the destroyed Hermann-Göring-Brücke. 

Linz am Rhein 
In kreis Neuwied, the Rheintor at Burgplatz then and now

The Kaiser Wilhelm memorial with and without swastika. The monument was unveiled in the presence of William II on August 31, 1897. The semi-circular pediment with its 33 ft high hall of columns survived the last world war.  The 46 ft high equestrian statue of Emperor William I in his parade uniform, followed by the female allegory of the Empire carrying the imperial crown of Germany on a velvet cushion, was destroyed in March 1945 by an artillery shell.  In 1953 the monument was declared the Memorial to German unity by German president Theodor Heuss. The Germans remember the date since they sung their national anthem here for the first time on that occasion after the defeat in WW II. But the people of Coblenz wanted their ‘old Emperor William’ back. This was made possible by a generous private donation of 3 million marks (EUR1.53 million/$1.9 million) and a local fundraising effort in Coblenz which brought in 350,000 DM (EUR180,000). The heavy statue of 63.5 tonnes was unveiled to the public on 25 September 1993.
The hauptbahnhof August 27, 1941 and today, with the fortress behind
Deutschen Arbeitsfront (DAF) meeting  March 1935  in front of the Kurfürstlichen Schloss  (Electoral Palace)
The Weindorf (wine village) of Koblenz was established in 1925 as part of the Reichsausstellung Deutscher Wein (The Reich German Wine Exhibition),  held from 8 August to 13 September 1925 as part of the celebrations for the 1000th anniversary of the Rhineland. Koblenz was chosen as the venue because the city is in the centre of the wine trade and tourist area. Above shows the largest exhibition hall, the Fachwerkhaus (also called the Rheinhalle), which was located in the middle of the exhibition area. Originally built only for the duration of the exhibition, the buildings were so popular that they have been retained since as a tourist attraction. Newly-elected President Paul von Hindenburg sent at the opening on August 8, 1925 a congratulatory telegram. The devastating air raid on Koblenz on 6 November 1944, left the site in ruins and it was eventually rebuilt in the 1950s, albeit in simplified form.

 Binger Straße in 1939 and today, under renovation. After the war, Ingelheim emerged as the only unscathed town between Mainz and Koblenz.
Demonstration outside the Burgkirche 

Remagen (Rhineland-Palatinate)
 The Ludendorff Bridge at Remagen—the last standing on the Rhine—was captured by soldiers of the U.S. 9th Armoured Division on March 7, 1945 during Operation Lumberjack.
In his book Crimes and Mercies regarding allied brutality towards Germans after the war, James Bacque writes that
 Much concerning these atrocities has been deliberately suppressed, some has been forgotten, some falsified, but perhaps the most poignant anecdote was given by an ex-prisoner, Johannes Heising, who in the 1990s published a book about his experiences in the US camp at Remagen. After the book was published, Heising was talking in 1991 with another former Remagen prisoner, Franz-Josef Plemper, who reminded him of something Heising had not described in the book: one night, the Americans had bulldozed living men under the earth in their foxholes. Plemper described the scene to him: 'One night in April 1945, I was startled out of my stupor in the rain and the mud by piercing screams and loud groans. I jumped up and saw in the distance (about 30-50 meters) the searchlight of a bulldozer. Then I saw this bulldozer moving forwards through the crowd of prisoners who lay there. In the front it had a blade making a pathway. How many of the prisoners were buried alive in their earthholes I do not know. It was no longer possible to ascertain. I heard clearly cries of "you murderer".' And then Heising remembered.

The Zehnthaus during the Third Reich and today

Two American GIs take cover on the bridge on the Nibelungenbrücke on March 28, 1945, as snipers on the other bank of the Rhine take aim. In the foreground lies one of their victims.

The town swimming pool then and now, relatively unchanged.

Bishops Franz Rudolf Bornewasser of Trier and Ludwig Sebastian of Speyer giving the Nazi salute along with Reichskommissar for the Reunification of the Saarland to the German Reich Josef Bürkel, Interior Minister Wilhelm Frick, and Joseph Goebbels inside the rathaus on March 1, 1935.
 Goebbels provided a weekly illustrated magazine, telling the catholic Saar electorate that the bolsheviks were the sworn enemy of God. In neutral Geneva his ministry’s anti-Comintern unit set up a religious front, Pro Deo, which formally received the anti-bolshevik exhibition that he had prepared in Berlin and sent it on to the Saar camouflaged with Swiss certificates of origin. In the Saar, the catholic clergy publicized the exhibition from their pulpits. ‘ The Saarbrücken clerics never guessed whose errands they were running,’ wrote Eberhard Taubert.
Hitler arriving
The rathaus on that day and today.
Adolf-Hitler-Straße before and after the war, and today as bahnhofstrasse 
Nazis marching past the  Johanneskirche

The hauptbahnhof itself with Hitler during a march, after the war, and its current replacement.
Saarländisches Staatstheater
The Saarland national theatre was officially opened in 1938 by Adolf Hitler as the Gautheater Saarpfalz. The following year on May 16, Hitler attended a performance of Karl Millöcker’s operetta Gräfin Dubarry here. "Incidentally, the foundations of the theatre building formed part of the West Wall’s substructure along the Saar River (Doramus p.1610)."
The  Ludwigskirche during the Third Reich and today. During the Second World War, Ludwigskirche was almost completely destroyed. After a bombing on October 5, 1944, only the surrounding walls remained. Rebuilding began in 1949, however it has still not been completed. The main reason for this long delay was the fierce dispute, which lasted from the 1950s into the 1970s, about whether the baroque interior, which had been completely lost, should also be reconstructed according to the original plans. At first, it had been agreed to restore the exterior, with a modern interior, but this plan was finally abandoned. After the reconstruction of the "Fürstenstuhl" (i.e., the princely seating in the gallery across from the organ) in 2009, the interior is more or less complete, but some of the balustrade figures on the outside are still lacking.


The Ludwigskirche after the war and today
Seen from Adolf Hitler Platz then and now
The Dreißiger Denkmal

The Galgenbergturm (Gallows Hill Tower), the main symbol of the community Schiffweiler, was built between 1937 and 1939, inaugurated 8 July 1939 in the name and service of Adolf Hitler. After the war it was renamed Galgenberg tower.

Bad Hersfeld 
The Verwaltungsgebäude in 1943 and today
Auxiliary building of the former barracks (Hohe Luft), the reichsadler still in place of honour
Hanau im Mainz 
The promenade at Wilhelmsbad with and without the swastika

St. Wendel 
Balduinstraße then and now

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Saxony)     Bad Liebenstein (Thuringia)     Bad Liebenwerda (Brandenburg)     Bad Liebenzell (Baden-Württemberg)     Bad Lippspringe (North Rhine-Westphalia)     Bad Lobenstein (Thuringia)     Bad Marienberg (Rhinel.-Pal.)     Bad Mergentheim (Baden-Württ.)     Bad Münder am Deister (L. Saxony)     Bad Münstereifel (North Rhine-Westphalia)     Bad Muskau (Saxony)     Bad Nauheim (Hesse)     Bad Nenndorf (Lower Saxony)     Bad Neuenahr-Ahrweiler (Rheinl.-Pfalz)     Bad Neustadt an der Saale (Bavaria)     Bad Oeynhausen (North Rhine-Westphalia)     Bad Oldesloe (Schleswig-Holstein)     Bad Orb (Hesse)     Bad Pyrmont (Lower Saxony)     Bad Rappenau (Baden-Württemberg)     Bad Reichenhall (Bavaria)     Bad Rodach (Bavaria)     Bad Sachsa (Lower Saxony)     Bad Säckingen (Baden-Württ.)     Bad Salzdetfurth (Lower Saxony)     Bad Salzuflen (Nordrhein-Westf.)     Bad Salzungen (Thuringia)     Bad Saulgau (Baden-Württemberg)     Bad Schandau (Saxony)     Bad Schmiedeberg (Saxony-Anh.)     Bad Schussenried (Baden-Württ.)     Bad Schwalbach (Hesse)     Bad Schwartau (Schleswig-Holst.)            Bad Segeberg (Schleswig-Holstein)     Bad Sobernheim (Rhineland-Palatinate)     Bad Soden am Taunus (Hesse)     Bad Soden-Salmünster (Hesse)     Bad Sooden-Allendorf (Hesse)     Bad Staffelstein (Bavaria)     Bad Sulza (Thuringia)     Bad Sülze (Mecklenburg-Vorp.)     Bad Teinach-Zavelstein (Baden-W.)     Bad Tennstedt (Thuringia)     Bad Tölz (Bavaria)     Bad Urach (Baden-Württemberg)     Bad Vilbel (Hesse)     Bad Waldsee (Baden-Württemberg)     Bad Wildbad (Baden-Württemberg)     Bad Wildungen (Hesse)     Bad Wilsnack (Brandenburg)     Bad Wimpfen (Baden-Württemberg)     Bad Windsheim (Bavaria)     Bad Wörishofen (Bavaria)     Bad Wünnenberg (Nordrh.-Westf.)     Bad Wurzach (Baden-Württemberg)     Baden-Baden (Baden-Württemberg)     Baesweiler (North Rhine-Westphalia)     Baiersdorf (Bavaria)     Balingen (Baden-Württemberg)     Ballenstedt (Saxony-Anhalt)     Balve (North Rhine-Westphalia)     Bamberg (Bavaria)     Barby (Elbe) (Saxony-Anhalt)     Bargteheide (Schleswig-Holstein)     Barmstedt (Schleswig-Holstein)     Bärnau (Bavaria)     Barntrup (North Rhine-Westphalia)     Barsinghausen (Lower Saxony)     Barth (Mecklenburg-Western Pomerania)     Baruth/Mark (Brandenburg)     Bassum (Lower Saxony)     Battenberg (Hesse)     Baumholder (Rhineland-Palatinate)     Baunach (Bavaria)     Baunatal (Hesse)     Bautzen (Saxony)     Bayreuth (Bavaria)     Bebra (Hesse)     Beckum (North Rhine-Westphalia)     Bedburg (North Rhine-Westphalia)     Beelitz (Brandenburg)     Beerfelden (Hesse)     Beeskow (Brandenburg)     Beilngries (Bavaria)     Beilstein (Baden-Württemberg)     Belgern-Schildau (Saxony)     Bendorf (Rhineland-Palatinate)     Bensheim (Hesse)     Berching (Bavaria)     Berga/Elster (Thuringia)     Bergen (Lower Saxony)     Bergen auf Rügen (Mecklenburg-Vorp.)     Bergheim (North Rhine-Westphalia)     Bergisch Gladbach (North Rhine-Westphalia)     Bergkamen (North Rhine-Westphalia)     Bergneustadt (North Rhine-Westphalia)     Berka/Werra (Thuringia)     Berlin (Land Berlin / Bundeshauptstadt)     Bernau bei Berlin (Brandenburg)     Bernburg (Saxony-Anhalt)     Bernkastel-Kues (Rhineland-Palatinate)     Bernsdorf (Saxony)     Bernstadt a. d. Eigen (Saxony)     Bersenbrück (Lower Saxony)     Besigheim (Baden-Württemberg)     Betzdorf (Rhineland-Palatinate)     Betzenstein (Bavaria)     Beverungen (North Rhine-Westphalia)     Bexbach (Saarland)     Biberach an der Riß (Baden-Württ.)     Biedenkopf (Hesse)     Bielefeld (North Rhine-Westphalia)     Biesenthal (Brandenburg)     Bietigheim-Bissingen (Baden-Württ.)     Billerbeck (North Rhine-Westphalia)     Bingen am Rhein (Rhineland-Palatinate)     Birkenfeld (Rhineland-Palatinate)     Bischofsheim an der Rhön (Bavaria)     Bischofswerda (Saxony)     Bismark (Altmark) (Saxony-Anhalt)     Bitburg (Rhineland-Palatinate)     Bitterfeld-Wolfen (Saxony-Anhalt)     Blankenburg (Harz) (Saxony-Anhalt)            Blankenhain (Thuringia)     Blaubeuren (Baden-Württemberg)     Blaustein (Baden-Württemberg)     Bleckede (Lower Saxony)     Bleicherode (Thuringia)     Blieskastel (Saarland)     Blomberg (North Rhine-Westphalia)     Blumberg (Baden-Württemberg)     Bobingen (Bavaria)     Böblingen (Baden-Württemberg)     Bocholt (North Rhine-Westphalia)     Bochum (North Rhine-Westphalia)     Bockenem (Lower Saxony)     Bodenwerder (Lower Saxony)     Bogen (Bavaria)     Böhlen (Saxony)     Boizenburg/ Elbe (Mecklenburg-Vorp.)     Bonn (North Rhine-Westphalia)     Bonndorf im Schwarzwald (Baden-W.)     Bönnigheim (Baden-Württemberg)     Bopfingen (Baden-Württemberg)     Boppard (Rhineland-Palatinate)     Borgentreich (North Rhine-Westphalia)     Borgholzhausen (North Rhine-Westphalia)     Borken (North Rhine-Westphalia)     Borken (Hesse) (Hesse)     Borkum (Lower Saxony)     Borna (Saxony)     Bornheim (North Rhine-Westphalia)     Bottrop (North Rhine-Westphalia)     Boxberg (Baden-Württemberg)     Brackenheim (Baden-Württemberg)     Brake (Unterweser) (Lower Saxony)     Brakel (North Rhine-Westphalia)     Bramsche (Lower Saxony)     Brandenburg an der Havel (Brandenb.)     Brand-Erbisdorf (Saxony)     Brandis (Saxony)     Braubach (Rhineland-Palatinate)     Braunfels (Hesse)     Braunlage (Lower Saxony)     Bräunlingen (Baden-Württemberg)     Braunsbedra (Saxony-Anhalt)     Braunschweig (Lower Saxony)     Breckerfeld (North Rhine-Westphalia)     Bredstedt (Schleswig-Holstein)     Breisach (Baden-Württemb.)     Bremen (Land Bremen / Hansestadt)     Bremerhaven (Land Bremen)     Bremervörde (Lower Saxony)     Bretten (Baden-Württemberg)     Breuberg (Hesse)     Brilon (North Rhine-Westphalia)     Brotterode-Trusetal (Thuringia)     Bruchköbel (Hesse)     Bruchsal (Baden-Württemberg)     Brück (Brandenburg)     Brüel (Mecklenburg-Western Pomerania)     Brühl (North Rhine-Westphalia)     Brunsbüttel (Schleswig-Holstein)     Brüssow (Brandenburg)     Buchen (Odenwald) (Baden-Württ.)     Buchholz in der Nordheide (Nieders.)     Buchloe (Bavaria)     Bückeburg (Lower Saxony)     Buckow (Brandenburg)     Büdelsdorf (Schleswig-Holstein)     Büdingen (Hesse)     Bühl (Baden-Württemberg)     Bünde (North Rhine-Westphalia)     Büren (North Rhine-Westphalia)     Burg (Saxony-Anhalt)     Burgau (Bavaria)     Burgbernheim (Bavaria)     Burgdorf (Lower Saxony)     Bürgel (Thuringia)     Burghausen (Bavaria)     Burgkunstadt (Bavaria)     Burglengenfeld (Bavaria)     Burgstädt (Saxony)     Burg Stargard (Mecklenburg-Vorp.)     Burgwedel (Lower Saxony)     Burladingen (Baden-Württemberg)     Burscheid (North Rhine-Westphalia)     Bürstadt (Hesse)     Buttelstedt (Thuringia)     Buttstädt (Thuringia)     Butzbach (Hesse)     Bützow (Mecklenburg-Western Pomerania)     Buxtehude (Lower Saxony)  C      Calau (Brandenburg)     Calbe (Saale) (Saxony-Anhalt)     Calw (Baden-Württemberg)     Castrop-Rauxel (North Rhine-Westphalia)     Celle (Lower Saxony)     Cham (Bavaria)     Chemnitz (Saxony)     Clausthal-Zellerfeld (Lower S.)     Clingen (Thuringia)            Cloppenburg (Lower Saxony)     Coburg (Bavaria)     Cochem (Rhineland-Palatinate)     Coesfeld (North Rhine-Westphalia)     Colditz (Saxony)     Cologne (North Rhine-Westphalia)     Coswig (Saxony)     Coswig (Anhalt) (Saxony-Anhalt)            Cottbus (Brandenburg)     Crailsheim (Baden-Württemberg)     Creglingen (Baden-Württemberg)     Creußen (Bavaria)     Creuzburg (Thuringia)     Crimmitschau (Saxony)     Crivitz (Mecklenburg-Western Pomerania)     Cuxhaven (Lower Saxony)  D      Dachau (Bavaria)     Dahlen (Saxony)     Dahme/Mark (Brandenburg)     Dahn (Rhineland-Palatinate)     Damme (Lower Saxony)     Dannenberg (Elbe) (Lower Saxony)     Dargun (Mecklenburg-Western Pomerania)     Darmstadt (Hesse)     Dassel (Lower Saxony)     Dassow (Mecklenburg-Western Pomerania)     Datteln (North Rhine-Westphalia)     Daun (Rhineland-Palatinate)     Deggendorf (Bavaria)     Deidesheim (Rhineland-Palatinate)     Delbrück (North Rhine-Westphalia)     Delitzsch (Saxony)     Delmenhorst (Lower Saxony)     Demmin (Mecklenburg-Western Pomerania)     Dessau-Roßlau (Saxony-Anhalt)     Detmold (North Rhine-Westphalia)     Dettelbach (Bavaria)     Dieburg (Hesse)            Diemelstadt (Hesse)     Diepholz (Lower Saxony)     Dierdorf (Rhineland-Palatinate)     Dietenheim (Baden-Württemberg)     Dietfurt an der Altmühl (Bavaria)     Dietzenbach (Hesse)     Diez (Rhineland-Palatinate)     Dillenburg (Hesse)     Dillingen an der Donau (Bavaria)     Dillingen/Saar (Saarland)     Dingelstädt (Thuringia)     Dingolfing (Bavaria)     Dinkelsbühl (Bavaria)     Dinklage (Lower Saxony)     Dinslaken (North Rhine-Westphalia)     Dippoldiswalde (Saxony)     Dissen am Teutoburger Wald (L. Saxony)     Ditzingen (Baden-Württemberg)     Döbeln (Saxony)     Doberlug-Kirchhain (Brandenburg)     Döbern (Brandenburg)     Dohna (Saxony)     Dömitz (Mecklenburg-Western Pomerania)            Dommitzsch (Saxony)     Donaueschingen (Baden-Württemberg)     Donauwörth (Bavaria)     Donzdorf (Baden-Württemberg)     Dorfen (Bavaria)     Dormagen (North Rhine-Westphalia)     Dornburg-Camburg (Thuringia)     Dornhan (Baden-Württemberg)     Dornstetten (Baden-Württemberg)     Dorsten (North Rhine-Westphalia)     Dortmund (North Rhine-Westphalia)     Dransfeld (Lower Saxony)     Drebkau (Brandenburg)     Dreieich (Hesse)     Drensteinfurt (North Rhine-Westphalia)     Dresden (State capital of Saxony)     Drolshagen (North Rhine-Westphalia)     Duderstadt (Lower Saxony)     Duisburg (North Rhine-Westphalia)     Dülmen (North Rhine-Westphalia)     Düren (North Rhine-Westphalia)     Düsseldorf (State capital of NRW)  E      Ebeleben (Thuringia)     Eberbach (Baden-Württemberg)     Ebermannstadt (Bavaria)     Ebern (Bavaria)     Ebersbach an der Fils (Baden-Württ.)     Ebersbach-Neugersdorf (Saxony)     Ebersberg (Bavaria)     Eberswalde (Brandenburg)     Eckartsberga (Saxony-Anhalt)     Eckernförde (Schleswig-Holstein)     Edenkoben (Rhineland-Palatinate)     Egeln (Saxony-Anhalt)     Eggenfelden (Bavaria)     Eggesin (Mecklenburg-Western Pomerania)     Ehingen (Donau) (Baden-Württemberg)     Ehrenfriedersdorf (Saxony)     Eibelstadt (Bavaria)     Eibenstock (Saxony)     Eichstätt (Bavaria)     Eilenburg (Saxony)     Einbeck (Lower Saxony)     Eisenach (Thuringia)     Eisenberg (Thuringia)     Eisenberg (Pfalz) (Rhineland-Palatinate)     Eisenhüttenstadt (Brandenburg)     Eisfeld (Thuringia)     Eisleben (Saxony-Anhalt)            Eislingen/Fils (Baden-Württemberg)     Ellingen (Bavaria)     Ellrich (Thuringia)     Ellwangen (Baden-Württemberg)     Elmshorn (Schleswig-Holstein)     Elsdorf (North Rhine-Westphalia)     Elsfleth (Lower Saxony)     Elsterberg (Saxony)     Elsterwerda (Brandenburg)     Elstra (Saxony)     Elterlein (Saxony)     Eltmann (Bavaria)     Eltville am Rhein (Hesse)     Elzach (Baden-Württemberg)     Elze (Lower Saxony)     Emden (Lower Saxony)     Emmelshausen (Rhineland-Palatinate)     Emmendingen (Baden-Württemberg)     Emmerich am Rhein (Nordrhein-Westf.)     Emsdetten (North Rhine-Westphalia)     Endingen (Baden-Württ.)     Engen (Baden-Württemberg)     Enger (North Rhine-Westphalia)     Ennepetal (North Rhine-Westphalia)     Ennigerloh (North Rhine-Westphalia)     Eppelheim (Baden-Württemberg)     Eppingen (Baden-Württemberg)            Eppstein (Hesse)     Erbach (Donau) (Baden-Württemberg)     Erbach (Hesse)     Erbendorf (Bavaria)     Erding (Bavaria)     Erftstadt (North Rhine-Westphalia)     Erfurt (State capital of Thuringia)     Erkelenz (North Rhine-Westphalia)     Erkner (Brandenburg)     Erkrath (North Rhine-Westphalia)     Erlangen (Bavaria)     Erlenbach am Main (Bavaria)     Erlensee (Hesse)     Erwitte (North Rhine-Westphalia)     Eschborn (Hesse)     Eschenbach in der Oberpfalz (Bavaria)     Eschershausen (Lower Saxony)     Eschwege (Hesse)     Eschweiler (North Rhine-Westphalia)     Esens (Lower Saxony)     Espelkamp (North Rhine-Westphalia)     Essen (North Rhine-Westphalia)     Esslingen am Neckar (Baden-Württ.)     Ettenheim (Baden-Württemberg)     Ettlingen (Baden-Württemberg)     Euskirchen (North Rhine-Westphalia)     Eutin (Schleswig-Holstein)  F      Falkenberg/Elster (Brandenburg)     Falkensee (Brandenburg)     Falkenstein/Harz (Saxony-Anhalt)     Falkenstein/Vogtl. (Saxony)     Fehmarn (Schleswig-Holstein)     Fellbach (Baden-Württemberg)     Felsberg (Hesse)     Feuchtwangen (Bavaria)     Filderstadt (Baden-Württemberg)     Finsterwalde (Brandenburg)     Fladungen (Bavaria)     Flensburg (Schleswig-Holstein)     Flöha (Saxony)     Flörsheim am Main (Hesse)     Florstadt (Hesse)     Forchheim (Bavaria)     Forchtenberg (Baden-Württemberg)     Forst (Lausitz) (Brandenburg)     Frankenau (Hesse)     Frankenberg (Eder) (Hesse)     Frankenberg/Sa. (Saxony)     Frankenthal (Pfalz) (Rhineland-Palatinate)            Frankfurt am Main (Hesse)     Frankfurt (Oder) (Brandenburg)     Franzburg (Mecklenburg-Vorpommern)     Frauenstein (Saxony)     Frechen (North Rhine-Westphalia)     Freiberg am Neckar (Baden-Württemberg)     Freiberg (Saxony)     Freiburg im Breisgau (Baden-Württemberg)     Freilassing (Bavaria)     Freinsheim (Rhineland-Palatinate)     Freising (Bavaria)     Freital (Saxony)     Freren (Lower Saxony)     Freudenberg (Baden-Württemberg)     Freudenberg (North Rhine-Westphalia)     Freudenstadt (Baden-Württemberg)     Freyburg (Unstrut) (Saxony-Anhalt)     Freystadt (Bavaria)     Freyung (Bavaria)     Fridingen an der Donau (Baden-Württemberg)     Friedberg (Bavaria)     Friedberg (Hesse)            Friedland (Mecklenburg-Vorpommern)     Friedland (Brandenburg)     Friedrichroda (Thuringia)     Friedrichsdorf (Hesse)     Friedrichshafen (Baden-Württemberg)     Friedrichstadt (Schleswig-Holstein)     Friedrichsthal (Saarland)     Friesack (Brandenburg)     Friesoythe (Lower Saxony)     Fritzlar (Hesse)     Frohburg (Saxony)     Fröndenberg (North Rhine-Westphalia)     Fulda (Hesse)     Fürstenau (Lower Saxony)     Fürstenberg/Havel (Brandenburg)     Fürstenfeldbruck (Bavaria)     Fürstenwalde (Spree) (Brandenburg)     Fürth (Bavaria)     Furth im Wald (Bavaria)     Furtwangen im Schwarzwald (Baden-Württemberg)     Füssen (Bavaria)  G      Gadebusch (Mecklenburg-Western Pomerania)     Gaggenau (Baden-Württemberg)     Gaildorf (Baden-Württemberg)     Gammertingen (Baden-Württemberg)     Garbsen (Lower Saxony)     Garching bei München (Bavaria)     Gardelegen (Saxony-Anhalt)     Garding (Schleswig-Holstein)     Gartz (Brandenburg)     Garz/Rügen (Mecklenburg-Vorpomm.)     Gau-Algesheim (Rhineland-Palatinate)     Gebesee (Thuringia)     Gedern (Hesse)     Geesthacht (Schleswig-Holstein)     Gefell (Thuringia)     Gefrees (Bavaria)     Gehrden (Lower Saxony)     Gehren (Thuringia)     Geilenkirchen (North Rhine-Westphalia)     Geisa (Thuringia)     Geiselhöring (Bavaria)     Geisenfeld (Bavaria)     Geisenheim (Hesse)     Geisingen (Baden-Württemberg)     Geislingen (bei Balingen) (Baden-Württemberg)     Geislingen an der Steige (Baden-Württ.)     Geithain (Saxony)     Geldern (North Rhine-Westphalia)     Gelnhausen (Hesse)     Gelsenkirchen (North Rhine-Westphalia)     Gemünden am Main (Bavaria)     Gemünden (Wohra) (Hesse)     Gengenbach (Baden-Württemberg)     Genthin (Saxony-Anhalt)     Georgsmarienhütte (Lower Saxony)     Gera (Thuringia)     Gerabronn (Baden-Württemberg)     Gerbstedt (Saxony-Anhalt)     Geretsried (Bavaria)     Geringswalde (Saxony)     Gerlingen (Baden-Württemberg)     Germering (Bavaria)     Germersheim (Rhineland-Palatinate)            Gernsbach (Baden-Württemberg)     Gernsheim (Hesse)     Gerolstein (Rhineland-Palatinate)     Gerolzhofen (Bavaria)     Gersfeld (Rhön) (Hesse)     Gersthofen (Bavaria)     Gescher (North Rhine-Westphalia)     Geseke (North Rhine-Westphalia)     Gevelsberg (North Rhine-Westphalia)     Geyer (Saxony)     Giengen an der Brenz (Baden-Württ.)     Gießen (Hesse)     Gifhorn (Lower Saxony)     Ginsheim-Gustavsburg (Hesse)     Gladbeck (North Rhine-Westphalia)     Gladenbach (Hesse)     Glashütte (Saxony)     Glauchau (Saxony)     Glinde (Schleswig-Holstein)     Glücksburg (Schleswig-Holst.)     Glückstadt (Schleswig-Holstein)     Gnoien (Mecklenburg-Western Pomerania)     Goch (North Rhine-Westphalia)     Goldberg (Mecklenburg-Western Pomerania)     Goldkronach (Bavaria)     Golßen (Brandenburg)     Gommern (Saxony-Anhalt)     Göppingen (Baden-Württemberg)     Görlitz (Saxony)     Goslar (Lower Saxony)     Gößnitz (Thuringia)     Gotha (Thuringia)     Göttingen (Lower Saxony)     Grabow (Mecklenburg-Western Pomerania)     Grafenau (Bavaria)     Gräfenberg (Bavaria)     Gräfenhainichen (Saxony-Anhalt)     Gräfenthal (Thuringia)     Grafenwöhr (Bavaria)     Grafing bei München (Bavaria)     Gransee (Brandenburg)     Grebenau (Hesse)     Grebenstein (Hesse)            Greding (Bavaria)     Greifswald (Meckl.-Vorp. / Hansestadt)     Greiz (Thuringia)     Greußen (Thuringia)     Greven (North Rhine-Westphalia)     Grevenbroich (North Rhine-Westphalia)     Grevesmühlen (Mecklenburg-Vorp.)     Griesheim (Hesse)     Grimma (Saxony)     Grimmen (Mecklenburg-Western Pomerania)     Gröditz (Saxony)     Groitzsch (Saxony)     Gronau (Leine) (Lower Saxony)     Gronau (Westf.) (North Rhine-Westphalia)     Gröningen (Saxony-Anhalt)     Großalmerode (Hesse)     Groß-Bieberau (Hesse)     Großbottwar (Baden-Württemberg)     Großbreitenbach (Thuringia)     Großenehrich (Thuringia)     Großenhain (Saxony)     Groß-Gerau (Hesse)     Großräschen (Brandenburg)     Großröhrsdorf (Saxony)     Großschirma (Saxony)     Groß-Umstadt (Hesse)     Grünberg (Hesse)     Grünhain-Beierfeld (Saxony)     Grünsfeld (Baden-Württemberg)     Grünstadt (Rhineland-Palatinate)     Guben (Brandenburg)     Gudensberg (Hesse)     Güglingen (Baden-Württemberg)     Gummersbach (North Rhine-Westphalia)     Gundelfingen an der Donau (Bavaria)     Gundelsheim (Baden-Württemberg)     Günzburg (Bavaria)     Gunzenhausen (Bavaria)     Güsten (Saxony-Anhalt)     Güstrow (Mecklenburg-Western Pomerania)     Gütersloh (North Rhine-Westphalia)     Gützkow (Mecklenburg-Western Pomerania)  H      Haan (North Rhine-Westphalia)     Hachenburg (Rhineland-Palatinate)     Hadamar (Hesse)     Hagen (North Rhine-Westphalia)     Hagenbach (Rhineland-Palatinate)     Hagenow (Mecklenburg-Western Pomerania)     Haiger (Hesse)     Haigerloch (Baden-Württemberg)     Hainichen (Saxony)     Haiterbach (Baden-Württemberg)     Halberstadt (Saxony-Anhalt)     Haldensleben (Saxony-Anhalt)     Halle (Saale) (Saxony-Anhalt)     Halle (North Rhine-Westphalia)     Hallenberg (North Rhine-Westphalia)     Hallstadt (Bavaria)     Haltern am See (North Rhine-Westphalia)     Halver (North Rhine-Westphalia)     Hamburg (Hamburg)     Hameln (Lower Saxony)     Hamm (North Rhine-Westphalia)     Hammelburg (Bavaria)     Hamminkeln (North Rhine-Westphalia)     Hanau (Hesse)     Hann. Münden (Lower Saxony)     Hanover (State capital of Lower Saxony)     Harburg (Bavaria)     Hardegsen (Lower Saxony)     Haren (Ems) (Lower Saxony)     Harsewinkel (North Rhine-Westphalia)     Hartenstein (Saxony)     Hartha (Saxony)     Harzgerode (Saxony-Anhalt)     Haselünne (Lower Saxony)     Haslach im Kinzigtal (Baden-Württ.)     Haßfurt (Bavaria)     Hattersheim am Main (Hesse)     Hattingen (North Rhine-Westphalia)     Hatzfeld (Eder) (Hesse)     Hausach (Baden-Württemberg)     Hauzenberg (Bavaria)     Havelberg (Saxony-Anhalt)     Havelsee (Brandenburg)     Hayingen (Baden-Württemberg)     Hechingen (Baden-Württemberg)     Hecklingen (Saxony-Anhalt)     Heide (Schleswig-Holstein)     Heideck (Bavaria)     Heidelberg (Baden-Württemberg)            Heidenau (Saxony)     Heidenheim an der Brenz (Baden-Württ.)     Heilbad Heiligenstadt (Thuringia)     Heilbronn (Baden-Württemberg)     Heiligenhafen (Schleswig-Holstein)     Heiligenhaus (North Rhine-Westphalia)     Heilsbronn (Bavaria)     Heimbach (North Rhine-Westphalia)     Heimsheim (Baden-Württemberg)     Heinsberg (North Rhine-Westphalia)     Heitersheim (Baden-Württemberg)     Heldrungen (Thuringia)     Helmbrechts (Bavaria)     Helmstedt (Lower Saxony)     Hemau (Bavaria)     Hemer (North Rhine-Westphalia)     Hemmingen (Lower Saxony)     Hemmoor (Lower Saxony)     Hemsbach (Baden-Württemberg)     Hennef (Sieg) (North Rhine-Westphalia)     Hennigsdorf (Brandenburg)     Heppenheim (Hesse)     Herbolzheim (Baden-Württemberg)     Herborn (Hesse)     Herbrechtingen (Baden-Württemberg)     Herbstein (Hesse)     Herdecke (North Rhine-Westphalia)     Herdorf (Rhineland-Palatinate)     Herford (North Rhine-Westphalia)     Heringen/Helme (Thuringia)     Heringen (Hesse)     Hermeskeil (Rhineland-Palatinate)     Hermsdorf (Thuringia)     Herne (North Rhine-Westphalia)     Herrenberg (Baden-Württemberg)     Herrieden (Bavaria)     Herrnhut (Saxony)     Hersbruck (Bavaria)     Herten (North Rhine-Westphalia)     Herzberg am Harz (Lower Saxony)     Herzberg (Elster) (Brandenburg)     Herzogenaurach (Bavaria)     Herzogenrath (North Rhine-Westphalia)     Hessisch Lichtenau (Hesse)     Hessisch Oldendorf (Lower Saxony)     Hettingen (Baden-Württemberg)     Hettstedt (Saxony-Anhalt)     Heubach (Baden-Württemberg)     Heusenstamm (Hesse)            Hilchenbach (North Rhine-Westphalia)     Hildburghausen (Thuringia)     Hilden (North Rhine-Westphalia)     Hildesheim (Lower Saxony)     Hillesheim (Rhineland-Palatinate)     Hilpoltstein (Bavaria)     Hirschau (Bavaria)     Hirschberg (Thuringia)     Hirschhorn (Neckar) (Hesse)     Hitzacker (Lower Saxony)     Hochheim am Main (Hesse)     Höchstadt an der Aisch (Bavaria)     Höchstädt an der Donau (Bavaria)     Hockenheim (Baden-Württemberg)     Hof (Bavaria)     Hofgeismar (Hesse)     Hofheim am Taunus (Hesse)     Hofheim (Bavaria)     Hohenberg an der Eger (Bavaria)     Hohenleuben (Thuringia)     Hohenmölsen (Saxony-Anhalt)     Hohen Neuendorf (Brandenburg)     Hohenstein-Ernstthal (Saxony)     Hohnstein (Saxony)     Höhr-Grenzhausen (Rhineland-Palatinate)     Hollfeld (Bavaria)     Holzgerlingen (Baden-Württemberg)     Holzminden (Lower Saxony)     Homberg (Efze) (Hesse)     Homberg (Ohm) (Hesse)     Homburg (Saar) (Saarland)     Horb am Neckar (Baden-Württemberg)     Hornbach (Rhineland-Palatinate)     Horn-Bad Meinberg (Nordrhein-Westf.)     Hornberg (Baden-Württemberg)     Hörstel (North Rhine-Westphalia)     Horstmar (North Rhine-Westphalia)     Höxter (North Rhine-Westphalia)     Hoya (Lower Saxony)     Hoyerswerda (Saxony)     Hückelhoven (North Rhine-Westphalia)     Hückeswagen (North Rhine-Westphalia)     Hüfingen (Baden-Württemberg)     Hünfeld (Hesse)     Hungen (Hesse)     Hürth (North Rhine-Westphalia)     Husum (Schleswig-Holstein)  I      Ibbenbüren (North Rhine-Westphalia)     Ichenhausen (Bavaria)     Idar-Oberstein (Rhineland-Palatinate)     Idstein (Hesse)     Illertissen (Bavaria)     Ilmenau (Thuringia)            Ilsenburg (Saxony-Anhalt)     Ilshofen (Baden-Württemberg)     Immenhausen (Hesse)     Immenstadt im Allgäu (Bavaria)     Ingelfingen (Baden-Württemberg)     Ingelheim am Rhein (Rhineland-Palatinate)            Ingolstadt (Bavaria)     Iphofen (Bavaria)     Iserlohn (North Rhine-Westphalia)     Isny im Allgäu (Baden-Württemberg)     Isselburg (North Rhine-Westphalia)     Itzehoe (Schleswig-Holstein)  J      Jarmen (Mecklenburg-Western Pomerania)     Jena (Thuringia)     Jerichow (Saxony-Anhalt)     Jessen (Elster) (Saxony-Anhalt)            Jever (Lower Saxony)     Joachimsthal (Brandenburg)     Johanngeorgenstadt (Saxony)            Jöhstadt (Saxony)     Jülich (North Rhine-Westphalia)     Jüterbog (Brandenburg)  K      Kaarst (North Rhine-Westphalia)     Kahla (Thuringia)     Kaisersesch (Rhineland-Palatinate)     Kaiserslautern (Rhineland-Palatinate)     Kalbe (Milde) (Saxony-Anhalt)     Kalkar (North Rhine-Westphalia)     Kaltenkirchen (Schleswig-Holstein)     Kaltennordheim (Thuringia)     Kamen (North Rhine-Westphalia)     Kamenz (Saxony)     Kamp-Lintfort (North Rhine-Westphalia)     Kandel (Rhineland-Palatinate)     Kandern (Baden-Württemberg)     Kappeln (Schleswig-Holstein)     Karben (Hesse)     Karlsruhe (Baden-Württemberg)     Karlstadt (Bavaria)     Kassel (Hesse)     Kastellaun (Rhineland-Palatinate)     Katzenelnbogen (Rhineland-Palatinate)     Kaub (Rhineland-Palatinate)     Kaufbeuren (Bavaria)     Kehl (Baden-Württemberg)     Kelbra (Kyffhäuser) (Saxony-Anhalt)     Kelheim (Bavaria)     Kelkheim (Taunus) (Hesse)     Kellinghusen (Schleswig-Holstein)     Kelsterbach (Hesse)     Kemberg (Saxony-Anhalt)     Kemnath (Bavaria)     Kempen (North Rhine-Westphalia)     Kempten im Allgäu (Bavaria)     Kenzingen (Baden-Württemberg)     Kerpen (North Rhine-Westphalia)            Ketzin/Havel (Brandenburg)     Kevelaer (North Rhine-Westphalia)     Kiel (capital of Schleswig-Holstein)     Kierspe (North Rhine-Westphalia)     Kindelbrück (Thuringia)     Kirchberg (Saxony)     Kirchberg an der Jagst (Baden-Württ.)     Kirchberg (Hunsrück) (Rhineland-Palatinate)     Kirchen (Sieg) (Rhineland-Palatinate)     Kirchenlamitz (Bavaria)     Kirchhain (Hesse)     Kirchheimbolanden (Rhineland-Palatinate)     Kirchheim unter Teck (Baden-Württemb.)     Kirn (Rhineland-Palatinate)     Kirtorf (Hesse)     Kitzingen (Bavaria)     Kitzscher (Saxony)     Kleve (North Rhine-Westphalia)     Klingenberg am Main (Bavaria)     Klingenthal/Sa. (Saxony)     Klötze (Saxony-Anhalt)     Klütz (Mecklenburg-Western Pomerania)     Knittlingen (Baden-Württemberg)     Koblenz (Rhineland-Palatinate)     Kohren-Sahlis (Saxony)     Kolbermoor (Bavaria)     Kölleda (Thuringia)     Königsberg in Bayern (Bavaria)     Königsbrück (Saxony)     Königsbrunn (Bavaria)     Königsee-Rottenbach (Thuringia)     Königslutter (Lower Saxony)     Königstein im Taunus (Hesse)            Königstein (Sächsische Schweiz) (Saxony)     Königswinter (North Rhine-Westphalia)     Königs Wusterhausen (Brandenburg)     Könnern (Saxony-Anhalt)     Konstanz (Baden-Württemberg)     Konz (Rhineland-Palatinate)     Korbach (Hesse)     Korntal-Münchingen (Baden-Württemb.)     Kornwestheim (Baden-Württemberg)     Korschenbroich (North Rhine-Westphalia)     Köthen (Saxony-Anhalt)     Kraichtal (Baden-Württemberg)     Krakow am See (Mecklenb.-Vorpomm.)     Kranichfeld (Thuringia)     Krautheim (Baden-Württemberg)     Krefeld (North Rhine-Westphalia)     Kremmen (Brandenburg)     Krempe (Schleswig-Holstein)     Kreuztal (North Rhine-Westphalia)     Kronach (Bavaria)     Kronberg im Taunus (Hesse)     Kröpelin (Mecklenburg-Western Pomerania)     Kroppenstedt (Saxony-Anhalt)     Krumbach (Schwaben) (Bavaria)     Kühlungsborn (Mecklenb.-Vorpommern)     Kulmbach (Bavaria)     Külsheim (Baden-Württemberg)     Künzelsau (Baden-Württemberg)     Kupferberg (Bavaria)     Kuppenheim (Baden-Württemberg)     Kusel (Rhineland-Palatinate)     Kyllburg (Rhineland-Palatinate)     Kyritz (Brandenburg)  L      Laage (Mecklenburg-Western Pomerania)     Laatzen (Lower Saxony)     Ladenburg (Baden-Württemberg)     Lage (North Rhine-Westphalia)     Lahnstein (Rhineland-Palatinate)     Lahr/Schwarzwald (Baden-Württemberg)     Laichingen (Baden-Württemberg)     Lambrecht (Pfalz) (Rhineland-Palatinate)     Lampertheim (Hesse)     Landau an der Isar (Bavaria)     Landau in der Pfalz (Rhineland-Palatinate)     Landsberg am Lech (Bavaria)     Landsberg (Saxony-Anhalt)     Landshut (Bavaria)     Landstuhl (Rhineland-Palatinate)     Langelsheim (Lower Saxony)     Langen (Lower Saxony)     Langen (Hesse) (Hesse)     Langenau (Baden-Württemberg)     Langenburg (Baden-Württemberg)     Langenfeld (Rhineland) (Nordrhein-Westf.)     Langenhagen (Lower Saxony)     Langenselbold (Hesse)     Langenzenn (Bavaria)     Langewiesen (Thuringia)     Lassan (Mecklenburg-Western Pomerania)     Laubach (Hesse)     Laucha an der Unstrut (Saxony-Anhalt)     Lauchhammer (Brandenburg)     Lauchheim (Baden-Württemberg)     Lauda-Königshofen (Baden-Württemberg)     Lauenburg (Schleswig-Holstein)     Lauf an der Pegnitz (Bavaria)     Laufen (Bavaria)     Laufenburg (Baden-Württemberg)     Lauffen am Neckar (Baden-Württemberg)     Lauingen (Donau) (Bavaria)     Laupheim (Baden-Württemberg)     Lauscha (Thuringia)     Lauta (Saxony)     Lauter-Bernsbach (Saxony)     Lauterbach (Hesse) (Hesse)     Lauterecken (Rhineland-Palatinate)     Lauterstein (Baden-Württemberg)            Lebach (Saarland)     Lebus (Brandenburg)     Leer (Lower Saxony)     Lehesten (Thuringia)     Lehrte (Lower Saxony)     Leichlingen (Nordrh.-Westf.)     Leimen (Baden-Württemberg)     Leinefelde-Worbis (Thuringia)     Leinfelden-Echterdingen (Baden-Württ.)     Leipheim (Bavaria)     Leipzig (Saxony)     Leisnig (Saxony)     Lemgo (North Rhine-Westphalia)     Lengenfeld (Saxony)     Lengerich (North Rhine-Westphalia)     Lennestadt (North Rhine-Westphalia)     Lenzen (Brandenburg)     Leonberg (Baden-Württemberg)     Leun (Hesse)     Leuna (Saxony-Anhalt)     Leutenberg (Thuringia)     Leutershausen (Bavaria)     Leutkirch im Allgäu (Baden-Württemb.)     Leverkusen (North Rhine-Westphalia)     Lich (Hesse)     Lichtenau (Baden-Württemberg)     Lichtenau (North Rhine-Westphalia)     Lichtenberg (Bavaria)     Lichtenfels (Bavaria)     Lichtenfels (Hesse)     Lichtenstein/Sa. (Saxony)     Liebenau (Hesse)     Liebenwalde (Brandenburg)     Lieberose (Brandenburg)     Liebstadt (Saxony)     Limbach-Oberfrohna (Saxony)     Limburg an der Lahn (Hesse)     Lindau (Bodensee) (Bavaria)     Linden (Hesse)     Lindenberg im Allgäu (Bavaria)     Lindenfels (Hesse)     Lindow (Mark) (Brandenburg)     Lingen (Lower Saxony)            Linnich (North Rhine-Westphalia)     Linz am Rhein (Rhineland-Palatinate)     Lippstadt (North Rhine-Westphalia)     Löbau (Saxony)     Löffingen (Baden-Württemberg)     Lohmar (North Rhine-Westphalia)     Lohne (Lower Saxony)     Löhne (North Rhine-Westphalia)     Lohr am Main (Bavaria)     Loitz (Mecklenburg-Western Pomerania)     Lollar (Hesse)     Lommatzsch (Saxony)     Löningen (Lower Saxony)     Lorch (Baden-Württemberg)     Lorch (Hesse)     Lörrach (Baden-Württemberg)     Lorsch (Hesse)     Lößnitz (Saxony)     Löwenstein (Baden-Württemberg)     Lübbecke (North Rhine-Westphalia)     Lübben (Spreewald) (Brandenburg)     Lübbenau (Brandenburg)     Lübeck (Schleswig-Holst. / Hansestadt)     Lübtheen (Mecklenburg-Western Pomerania)     Lübz (Mecklenburg-Western Pomerania)     Lüchow (Wendland) (Lower Saxony)     Lucka (Thuringia)     Luckau (Brandenburg)     Luckenwalde (Brandenburg)     Lüdenscheid (North Rhine-Westphalia)     Lüdinghausen (North Rhine-Westphalia)     Ludwigsburg (Baden-Württemberg)     Ludwigsfelde (Brandenburg)     Ludwigshafen am Rhein (Rhineland-Palatinate)     Ludwigslust (Mecklenburg-Western Pomerania)     Ludwigsstadt (Bavaria)     Lugau/Erzgeb. (Saxony)     Lügde (North Rhine-Westphalia)     Lüneburg (Lower Saxony)     Lünen (North Rhine-Westphalia)     Lunzenau (Saxony)     Lütjenburg (Schleswig-Holstein)     Lützen (Saxony-Anhalt)     Lychen (Brandenburg)  M      Magdala (Thuringia)     Magdeburg (Saxony-Anhalt)     Mahlberg (Baden-Württemberg)     Mainbernheim (Bavaria)     Mainburg (Bavaria)     Maintal (Hesse)     Mainz (State capital of Rhineland-Palatinate)     Malchin (Mecklenburg-Western Pomerania)     Malchow (Mecklenburg-Western Pomerania)     Mannheim (Baden-Württemberg)     Manderscheid (Rhineland-Palatinate)     Mansfeld (Saxony-Anhalt)     Marbach am Neckar (Baden-Württemberg)     Marburg (Hesse)     Marienberg (Saxony)     Marienmünster (North Rhine-Westphalia)     Markdorf (Baden-Württemberg)     Markgröningen (Baden-Württemberg)     Märkisch Buchholz (Brandenburg)     Markkleeberg (Saxony)     Markneukirchen (Saxony)     Markranstädt (Saxony)     Marktbreit (Bavaria)     Marktheidenfeld (Bavaria)     Marktleuthen (Bavaria)     Marktoberdorf (Bavaria)     Marktredwitz (Bavaria)     Marktsteft (Bavaria)     Marl (North Rhine-Westphalia)     Marlow (Mecklenburg-Western Pomerania)     Marne (Schleswig-Holstein)     Marsberg (North Rhine-Westphalia)     Maulbronn (Baden-Württemberg)     Maxhütte-Haidhof (Bavaria)     Mayen (Rhineland-Palatinate)     Mechernich (North Rhine-Westphalia)     Meckenheim (North Rhine-Westphalia)     Medebach (North Rhine-Westphalia)            Meerane (Saxony)     Meerbusch (North Rhine-Westphalia)     Meersburg (Baden-Württemberg)     Meinerzhagen (North Rhine-Westphalia)     Meiningen (Thuringia)     Meisenheim (Rhineland-Palatinate)     Meißen (Saxony)     Meldorf (Schleswig-Holstein)     Melle (Lower Saxony)     Mellrichstadt (Bavaria)     Melsungen (Hesse)     Memmingen (Bavaria)     Menden (Sauerland) (North Rhine-Westphalia)     Mendig (Rhineland-Palatinate)     Mengen (Baden-Württemberg)     Meppen (Lower Saxony)     Merkendorf (Bavaria)     Merseburg (Saxony-Anhalt)     Merzig (Saarland)     Meschede (North Rhine-Westphalia)     Meßkirch (Baden-Württemberg)     Meßstetten (Baden-Württemberg)     Mettmann (North Rhine-Westphalia)     Metzingen (Baden-Württemberg)     Meuselwitz (Thuringia)     Meyenburg (Brandenburg)     Michelstadt (Hesse)     Miesbach (Bavaria)     Miltenberg (Bavaria)     Mindelheim (Bavaria)     Minden (North Rhine-Westphalia)     Mirow (Mecklenburg-Western Pomerania)     Mittenwalde (Brandenburg)     Mitterteich (Bavaria)     Mittweida (Saxony)     Möckern (Saxony-Anhalt)     Möckmühl (Baden-Württemberg)     Moers (North Rhine-Westphalia)            Mölln (Schleswig-Holstein)     Mönchengladbach (North Rhine-Westphalia)     Monheim am Rhein (North Rhine-Westphalia)     Monheim (Bavaria)     Monschau (North Rhine-Westphalia)     Montabaur (Rhineland-Palatinate)     Moosburg (Bavaria)     Mörfelden-Walldorf (Hesse)     Moringen (Lower Saxony)     Mosbach (Baden-Württemberg)     Mössingen (Baden-Württemberg)     Mücheln (Geiseltal) (Saxony-Anhalt)     Mügeln (Saxony)     Mühlacker (Baden-Württemberg)     Mühlberg (Elbe) (Brandenburg)     Mühldorf (Bavaria)     Mühlhausen (Thuringia)     Mühlheim am Main (Hesse)     Mühlheim an der Donau (Baden-Württemberg)     Mülheim an der Ruhr (North Rhine-Westphalia)     Mülheim-Kärlich (Rhineland-Palatinate)     Müllheim (Baden-Württemberg)     Müllrose (Brandenburg)     Münchberg (Bavaria)     Müncheberg (Brandenburg)     Münchenbernsdorf (Thuringia)     Munderkingen (Baden-Württemberg)     Munich (State capital of Bavaria)     Münnerstadt (Bavaria)     Münsingen (Baden-Württemberg)     Munster (Lower Saxony)     Münster (North Rhine-Westphalia)     Münstermaifeld (Rhineland-Palatinate)     Münzenberg (Hesse)     Murrhardt (Baden-Württemberg)     Mylau (Saxony)  N      Nabburg (Bavaria)     Nagold (Baden-Württemberg)     Naila (Bavaria)     Nassau (Rhineland-Palatinate)     Nastätten (Rhineland-Palatinate)     Nauen (Brandenburg)     Naumburg (Hesse) (Hesse)     Naumburg (Saxony-Anhalt)     Naunhof (Saxony)     Nebra (Saxony-Anhalt)     Neckarbischofsheim (Baden-Württemberg)     Neckargemünd (Baden-Württemberg)     Neckarsteinach (Hesse)     Neckarsulm (Baden-Württemberg)     Neresheim (Baden-Württemberg)     Netphen (North Rhine-Westphalia)     Nettetal (North Rhine-Westphalia)     Netzschkau (Saxony)     Neu-Anspach (Hesse)     Neubrandenburg (Mecklenburg-Vorpomm.)     Neubukow (Mecklenburg-Western Pomerania)     Neubulach (Baden-Württemberg)     Neuburg an der Donau (Bavaria)     Neudenau (Baden-Württemberg)     Neuenbürg (Baden-Württemberg)     Neuenburg am Rhein (Baden-Württemb.)     Neuenhaus (Lower Saxony)     Neuenrade (North Rhine-Westphalia)     Neuenstadt am Kocher (Baden-Württemb.)     Neuenstein (Baden-Württemberg)     Neuerburg (Rhineland-Palatinate)     Neuffen (Baden-Württemberg)            Neuhaus am Rennweg (Thuringia)     Neu-Isenburg (Hesse)     Neukalen (Mecklenburg-Western Pomerania)     Neukirchen (Hesse)     Neukirchen-Vluyn (North Rhine-Westphalia)     Neukloster (Mecklenburg-Western Pomerania)     Neumark (Thuringia)     Neumarkt in der Oberpfalz (Bavaria)     Neumarkt-Sankt Veit (Bavaria)     Neumünster (Schleswig-Holstein)     Neunburg vorm Wald (Bavaria)     Neunkirchen (Saarland)     Neuötting (Bavaria)     Neuruppin (Brandenburg)     Neusalza-Spremberg (Saxony)     Neusäß (Bavaria)     Neuss (North Rhine-Westphalia)     Neustadt an der Aisch (Bavaria)     Neustadt an der Donau (Bavaria)     Neustadt an der Waldnaab (Bavaria)     Neustadt am Kulm (Bavaria)     Neustadt am Rübenberge (Nieders.)     Neustadt an der Orla (Thuringia)     Neustadt an der Weinstraße (Rh.-Pal.)     Neustadt bei Coburg (Bavaria)     Neustadt (Dosse) (Brandenburg)     Neustadt-Glewe (Mecklenburg-Vorp.)     Neustadt (Hesse) (Hesse)     Neustadt in Holstein (Schlesw.-Holst.)     Neustadt in Sachsen (Saxony)     Neustrelitz (Mecklenburg-Western Pomerania)            Neutraubling (Bavaria)     Neu-Ulm (Bavaria)     Neuwied (Rhineland-Palatinate)     Nidda (Hesse)     Niddatal (Hesse)     Nidderau (Hesse)     Nideggen (North Rhine-Westphalia)     Niebüll (Schleswig-Holstein)     Niedenstein (Hesse)     Niederkassel (North Rhine-Westphalia)     Niedernhall (Baden-Württemberg)     Nieder-Olm (Rhineland-Palatinate)     Niederstetten (Baden-Württemberg)     Niederstotzingen (Baden-Württemb.)     Nieheim (North Rhine-Westphalia)     Niemegk (Brandenburg)     Nienburg (Saale) (Saxony-Anhalt)     Nienburg (Lower Saxony)     Nierstein (Rhineland-Palatinate)     Niesky (Saxony)     Nittenau (Bavaria)     Norden (Lower Saxony)     Nordenham (Lower Saxony)     Norderney (Lower Saxony)     Norderstedt (Schleswig-Holstein)     Nordhausen (Thuringia)     Nordhorn (Lower Saxony)     Nördlingen (Bavaria)     Northeim (Lower Saxony)     Nortorf (Schleswig-Holstein)     Nossen (Saxony)     Nuremberg (Bavaria)     Nürtingen (Baden-Württemberg)  O      Oberasbach (Bavaria)     Oberharz am Brocken (Saxony-Anhalt)     Oberhausen (North Rhine-Westphalia)     Oberhof (Thuringia)     Oberkirch (Baden-Württemberg)     Oberkochen (Baden-Württemberg)     Oberlungwitz (Saxony)     Obermoschel (Rhineland-Palatinate)     Obernburg am Main (Bavaria)     Oberndorf am Neckar (Baden-Württ.)     Obernkirchen (Lower Saxony)     Ober-Ramstadt (Hesse)     Oberriexingen (Baden-Württemberg)     Obertshausen (Hesse)     Oberursel (Taunus) (Hesse)     Oberviechtach (Bavaria)     Oberweißbach/Thür. Wald (Thuringia)     Oberwesel (Rhineland-Palatinate)     Oberwiesenthal, Kurort (Saxony)     Ochsenfurt (Bavaria)     Ochsenhausen (Baden-Württemberg)     Ochtrup (North Rhine-Westphalia)     Oderberg (Brandenburg)     Oebisfelde-Weferlingen (Saxony-Anhalt)            Oederan (Saxony)     Oelde (North Rhine-Westphalia)     Oelsnitz (Saxony)     Oelsnitz/Erzgeb. (Saxony)     Oer-Erkenschwick (North Rhine-Westphalia)     Oerlinghausen (North Rhine-Westphalia)     Oestrich-Winkel (Hesse)     Oettingen in Bayern (Bavaria)     Offenbach am Main (Hesse)     Offenburg (Baden-Württemberg)     Ohrdruf (Thuringia)     Öhringen (Baden-Württemberg)     Olbernhau (Saxony)     Olching (Bavaria)     Oldenburg (Lower Saxony)     Oldenburg in Holstein (Schleswig-Holst.)     Olfen (North Rhine-Westphalia)     Olpe (North Rhine-Westphalia)     Olsberg (North Rhine-Westphalia)     Oppenau (Baden-Württemberg)     Oppenheim (Rhineland-Palatinate)     Oranienbaum-Wörlitz (Saxony-Anhalt)     Oranienburg (Brandenburg)     Orlamünde (Thuringia)            Ornbau (Bavaria)     Ortenberg (Hesse)     Ortrand (Brandenburg)     Oschatz (Saxony)     Oschersleben (Bode) (Saxony-Anhalt)     Osnabrück (Lower Saxony)     Osterburg (Altmark) (Saxony-Anhalt)     Osterburken (Baden-Württemberg)     Osterfeld (Saxony-Anhalt)     Osterhofen (Bavaria)     Osterholz-Scharmbeck (Lower Saxony)     Osterode am Harz (Lower Saxony)     Osterwieck (Saxony-Anhalt)     Ostfildern (Baden-Württemberg)     Ostheim vor der Rhön (Bavaria)     Osthofen (Rhineland-Palatinate)     Östringen (Baden-Württemberg)     Ostritz (Saxony)     Otterberg (Rhineland-Palatinate)     Otterndorf (Lower Saxony)     Ottweiler (Saarland)     Overath (North Rhine-Westphalia)     Owen (Baden-Württemberg)  P      Paderborn (North Rhine-Westphalia)     Papenburg (Lower Saxony)     Pappenheim (Bavaria)     Parchim (Mecklenburg-Western Pomerania)     Parsberg (Bavaria)     Pasewalk (Mecklenburg-Western Pomerania)     Passau (Bavaria)     Pattensen (Lower Saxony)     Pausa-Mühltroff (Saxony)     Pegau (Saxony)     Pegnitz (Bavaria)     Peine (Lower Saxony)     Peitz (Brandenburg)     Penig (Saxony)     Penkun (Mecklenburg-Western Pomerania)     Penzberg (Bavaria)     Penzlin (Mecklenburg-Western Pomerania)     Perleberg (Brandenburg)     Petershagen (North Rhine-Westphalia)     Pfaffenhofen an der Ilm (Bavaria)            Pfarrkirchen (Bavaria)     Pforzheim (Baden-Württemberg)     Pfreimd (Bavaria)     Pfullendorf (Baden-Württemberg)     Pfullingen (Baden-Württemberg)     Pfungstadt (Hesse)     Philippsburg (Baden-Württemberg)     Pinneberg (Schleswig-Holstein)     Pirmasens (Rhineland-Palatinate)     Pirna (Saxony)     Plattling (Bavaria)     Plau am See (Mecklenburg-Western Pomerania)     Plaue (Thuringia)     Plauen (Saxony)     Plettenberg (North Rhine-Westphalia)     Pleystein (Bavaria)     Plochingen (Baden-Württemberg)     Plön (Schleswig-Holstein)     Pockau-Lengefeld (Saxony)     Pocking (Bavaria)     Pohlheim (Hesse)            Polch (Rhineland-Palatinate)     Porta Westfalica (North Rhine-Westphalia)     Pößneck (Thuringia)     Potsdam (State capital of Brandenburg)     Pottenstein (Bavaria)     Preetz (Schleswig-Holstein)     Premnitz (Brandenburg)     Prenzlau (Brandenburg)     Pressath (Bavaria)     Preußisch Oldendorf (North Rhine-Westphalia)     Prichsenstadt (Bavaria)     Pritzwalk (Brandenburg)     Prüm (Rhineland-Palatinate)     Puchheim (Bavaria)     Pulheim (North Rhine-Westphalia)     Pulsnitz (Saxony)     Putbus (Mecklenburg-Western Pomerania)     Putlitz (Brandenburg)     Püttlingen (Saarland)  Q      Quakenbrück (Lower Saxony)     Quedlinburg (Saxony-Anhalt)            Querfurt (Saxony-Anhalt)            Quickborn (Schleswig-Holstein)  R      Rabenau (Saxony)     Radeberg (Saxony)     Radebeul (Saxony)     Radeburg (Saxony)     Radevormwald (North Rhine-Westphalia)     Radolfzell am Bodensee (Baden-Württ.)     Raguhn-Jeßnitz (Saxony-Anhalt)     Rahden (North Rhine-Westphalia)     Rain (Bavaria)     Ramstein-Miesenbach (Rhineland-Palatinate)     Ranis (Thuringia)     Ransbach-Baumbach (Rhineland-Palatinate)     Rastatt (Baden-Württemberg)     Rastenberg (Thuringia)     Rathenow (Brandenburg)     Ratingen (North Rhine-Westphalia)     Ratzeburg (Schleswig-Holstein)     Rauenberg (Baden-Württemberg)     Raunheim (Hesse)     Rauschenberg (Hesse)     Ravensburg (Baden-Württemberg)     Ravenstein (Baden-Württemberg)     Recklinghausen (North Rhine-Westphalia)     Rees (North Rhine-Westphalia)     Regen (Bavaria)     Regensburg (Bavaria)     Regis-Breitingen (Saxony)     Rehau (Bavaria)     Rehburg-Loccum (Lower Saxony)     Rehna (Mecklenburg-Western Pomerania)     Reichelsheim (Wetterau) (Hesse)     Reichenbach (Vogtland) (Saxony)     Reichenbach (Oberlausitz) (Saxony)     Reinbek (Schleswig-Holstein)     Reinfeld, Holstein (Schleswig-Holstein)     Reinheim (Hesse)     Remagen (Rhineland-Palatinate)     Remda-Teichel (Thuringia)            Remscheid (North Rhine-Westphalia)     Remseck am Neckar (Baden-Württemberg)     Renchen (Baden-Württemberg)     Rendsburg (Schleswig-Holstein)     Rennerod (Rhineland-Palatinate)     Renningen (Baden-Württemberg)     Rerik (Mecklenburg-Western Pomerania)     Rethem (Lower Saxony)     Reutlingen (Baden-Württemberg)     Rheda-Wiedenbrück (North Rhine-Westphalia)     Rhede (North Rhine-Westphalia)     Rheinau (Baden-Württemberg)     Rheinbach (North Rhine-Westphalia)     Rheinberg (North Rhine-Westphalia)     Rheinböllen (Rhineland-Palatinate)     Rheine (North Rhine-Westphalia)     Rheinfelden (Baden-Württemberg)     Rheinsberg (Brandenburg)     Rheinstetten (Baden-Württemberg)     Rhens (Rhineland-Palatinate)     Rhinow (Brandenburg)     Ribnitz-Damgarten (Mecklenburg-Western Pomerania)     Richtenberg (Mecklenburg-Western Pomerania)     Riedenburg (Bavaria)     Riedlingen (Baden-Württemberg)     Riedstadt (Hesse)     Rieneck (Bavaria)     Riesa (Saxony)     Rietberg (North Rhine-Westphalia)     Rinteln (Lower Saxony)     Röbel/Müritz (Mecklenburg-Western Pomerania)     Rochlitz (Saxony)     Rockenhausen (Rhineland-Palatinate)     Rodalben (Rhineland-Palatinate)     Rodenberg (Lower Saxony)     Rödental (Bavaria)     Rödermark (Hesse)            Rodewisch (Saxony)     Rodgau (Hesse)     Roding (Bavaria)     Römhild (Thuringia)     Romrod (Hesse)     Ronneburg (Thuringia)     Ronnenberg (Lower Saxony)     Rosbach vor der Höhe (Hesse)     Rosenfeld (Baden-Württemberg)     Rosenheim (Bavaria)     Rosenthal (Hesse)     Rösrath (North Rhine-Westphalia)     Roßleben (Thuringia)     Roßwein (Saxony)     Rostock (Mecklenb.-Western Pomerania / Hansestadt)     Rotenburg an der Fulda (Hesse)     Rotenburg an der Wümme (Lower Saxony)     Roth (Bavaria)     Rötha (Saxony)     Röthenbach an der Pegnitz (Bavaria)     Rothenburg (Saxony)     Rothenburg ob der Tauber (Bavaria)     Rothenfels (Bavaria)     Rottenburg am Neckar (Baden-Württ.)     Rottenburg a.d.Laaber (Bavaria)     Röttingen (Bavaria)     Rottweil (Baden-Württemberg)     Rötz (Bavaria)     Rüdesheim (Hesse)     Rudolstadt (Thuringia)     Ruhla (Thuringia)     Ruhland (Brandenburg)     Runkel (Hesse)     Rüsselsheim (Hesse)     Rutesheim (Baden-Württemberg)     Rüthen (North Rhine-Westphalia)  S      Saalburg-Ebersdorf (Thuringia)     Saalfeld (Thuringia)     Saarbrücken (Landeshauptst. Saarland)     Saarburg (Rhineland-Palatinate)     Saarlouis (Saarland)     Sachsenhagen (Lower Saxony)     Sachsenheim (Baden-Württemberg)     Salzgitter (Lower Saxony)     Salzkotten (North Rhine-Westphalia)     Salzwedel (Saxony-Anhalt)     Sandau (Elbe) (Saxony-Anhalt)     Sandersdorf-Brehna (Saxony-Anhalt)     Sangerhausen (Saxony-Anhalt)     Sankt Augustin (North Rhine-Westphalia)     Sankt Goar (Rhineland-Palatinate)     Sankt Goarshausen (Rhineland-Palatinate)     Sarstedt (Lower Saxony)     Sassenberg (North Rhine-Westphalia)     Sassnitz (Mecklenburg-Western Pomerania)     Sayda (Saxony)     Schalkau (Thuringia)     Schauenstein (Bavaria)     Scheer (Baden-Württemberg)     Scheibenberg (Saxony)     Scheinfeld (Bavaria)     Schelklingen (Baden-Württemberg)     Schenefeld (Schleswig-Holstein)     Scheßlitz (Bavaria)     Schieder-Schwalenberg (NRW)     Schifferstadt (Rhineland-Palatinate)     Schillingsfürst (Bavaria)     Schiltach (Baden-Württemberg)     Schirgiswalde-Kirschau (Saxony)     Schkeuditz (Saxony)     Schkölen (Thuringia)     Schleiden (North Rhine-Westphalia)     Schleiz (Thuringia)     Schleswig (Schleswig-Holstein)     Schlettau (Saxony)     Schleusingen (Thuringia)     Schlieben (Brandenburg)     Schlitz (Hesse)     Schloß Holte-Stukenbrock (NRW)     Schlotheim (Thuringia)     Schlüchtern (Hesse)     Schlüsselfeld (Bavaria)     Schmalkalden (Thuringia)     Schmallenberg (North Rhine-Westphalia)     Schmölln (Thuringia)     Schnackenburg (Lower Saxony)     Schnaittenbach (Bavaria)     Schneeberg (Saxony)     Schneverdingen (Lower Saxony)     Schömberg (Baden-Württemberg)     Schönau (Baden-Württemberg)     Schönau im Schwarzwald (Baden-W.)     Schönberg (Mecklenburg-Vorp.)     Schönebeck (Saxony-Anhalt)     Schöneck/Vogtl. (Saxony)     Schönewalde (Brandenburg)     Schongau (Bavaria)     Schöningen (Lower Saxony)     Schönsee (Bavaria)     Schönwald (Bavaria)     Schopfheim (Baden-Württemberg)     Schöppenstedt (Lower Saxony)            Schorndorf (Baden-Württemberg)     Schortens (Lower Saxony)     Schotten (Hesse)     Schramberg (Baden-Württemberg)     Schraplau (Saxony-Anhalt)     Schriesheim (Baden-Württemberg)     Schrobenhausen (Bavaria)     Schrozberg (Baden-Württemberg)     Schüttorf (Lower Saxony)     Schwaan (Mecklenburg-Western Pomerania)     Schwabach (Bavaria)     Schwäbisch Gmünd (Baden-Württemb.)     Schwäbisch Hall (Baden-Württemberg)     Schwabmünchen (Bavaria)     Schwaigern (Baden-Württemberg)     Schwalbach am Taunus (Hesse)     Schwalmstadt (Hesse)     Schwandorf (Bavaria)     Schwanebeck (Saxony-Anhalt)     Schwarzenbach am Wald (Bavaria)     Schwarzenbach an der Saale (Bavaria)     Schwarzenbek (Schleswig-Holstein)     Schwarzenberg/Erzgeb. (Saxony)     Schwarzenborn (Hesse)     Schwarzheide (Brandenburg)     Schwedt (Brandenburg)     Schweich (Rhineland-Palatinate)     Schweinfurt (Bavaria)     Schwelm (North Rhine-Westphalia)     Schwentinental (Schleswig-Holstein)     Schwerin (State capital of Meckl.-Vorp.)     Schwerte (North Rhine-Westphalia)     Schwetzingen (Baden-Württemberg)     Sebnitz (Saxony)     Seehausen (Altmark) (Saxony-Anhalt)     Seeland (Saxony-Anhalt)     Seelow (Brandenburg)     Seelze (Lower Saxony)     Seesen (Lower Saxony)     Sehnde (Lower Saxony)     Seifhennersdorf (Saxony)     Selb (Bavaria)     Selbitz (Bavaria)     Seligenstadt (Hesse)     Selm (North Rhine-Westphalia)     Selters (Westerwald) (Rhineland-Palatinate)     Senden (Bavaria)     Sendenhorst (North Rhine-Westphalia)     Senftenberg (Brandenburg)     Seßlach (Bavaria)     Siegburg (North Rhine-Westphalia)     Siegen (North Rhine-Westphalia)     Sigmaringen (Baden-Württemberg)     Simbach am Inn (Bavaria)     Simmern (Rhineland-Palatinate)     Sindelfingen (Baden-Württemberg)     Singen (Baden-Württemb.)     Sinsheim (Baden-Württemberg)     Sinzig (Rhineland-Palatinate)     Soest (North Rhine-Westphalia)     Solingen (North Rhine-Westphalia)     Solms (Hesse)     Soltau (Lower Saxony)     Sömmerda (Thuringia)     Sondershausen (Thuringia)     Sonneberg (Thuringia)     Sonnewalde (Brandenburg)            Sonthofen (Bavaria)     Sontra (Hesse)     Spaichingen (Baden-Württemberg)     Spalt (Bavaria)     Spangenberg (Hesse)     Speicher (Rhineland-Palatinate)     Spenge (North Rhine-Westphalia)     Speyer (Rhineland-Palatinate)     Spremberg (Brandenburg)     Springe (Lower Saxony)     Sprockhövel (North Rhine-Westphalia)     Stade (Lower Saxony)     Stadtallendorf (Hesse)     Stadtbergen (Bavaria)     Stadthagen (Lower Saxony)     Stadtilm (Thuringia)     Stadtlengsfeld (Thuringia)     Stadtlohn (North Rhine-Westphalia)     Stadtoldendorf (Lower Saxony)     Stadtprozelten (Bavaria)     Stadtroda (Thuringia)     Stadtsteinach (Bavaria)     Stadt Wehlen (Saxony)     Starnberg (Bavaria)     Staßfurt (Saxony-Anhalt)     Staufen im Breisgau (Baden-Württ.)     Staufenberg (Hesse)     Stavenhagen, Reuterstadt (Meckl.-W.Pom.)     St. Blasien (Baden-Württemberg)     Stein (Bavaria)     Steinach (Thuringia)     Steinau an der Straße (Hesse)     Steinbach-Hallenberg (Thuringia)     Steinbach (Taunus) (Hesse)     Steinfurt (North Rhine-Westphalia)     Steinheim an der Murr (Baden-Württ.)     Steinheim (North Rhine-Westphalia)     Stendal (Saxony-Anhalt)     Sternberg (Mecklenburg-Western Pomerania)     St. Ingbert (Saarland)     St. Georgen im Schwarzwald (BW)     Stockach (Baden-Württemberg)     Stolberg (Rhld.) (North Rhine-Westphalia)     Stollberg (Saxony)     Stolpen (Saxony)     Storkow (Mark) (Brandenburg)     Stößen (Saxony-Anhalt)     Straelen (North Rhine-Westphalia)     Stralsund (Mecklenburg-Vorp.)     Strasburg (Uckermark) (Meckl.-Vorp.)     Straubing (Bavaria)     Strausberg (Brandenburg)     Strehla (Saxony)     Stromberg (Rhineland-Palatinate)     Stühlingen (Baden-Württemberg)     Stutensee (Baden-Württemberg)     Stuttgart (State capital of Baden-Württemberg)     St. Wendel (Saarland)     Südliches Anhalt (Saxony-Anhalt)     Suhl (Thuringia)     Sulingen (Lower Saxony)     Sulz am Neckar (Baden-Württemberg)     Sulzbach/ Saar (Saarland)     Sulzbach-Rosenberg (Bavaria)     Sulzburg (Baden-Württemberg)     Sundern (North Rh.-Westph.)     Süßen (Baden-Württemberg)     Syke (Lower Saxony)  T      Tambach-Dietharz (Thuringia)     Tangerhütte (Saxony-Anhalt)     Tangermünde (Saxony-Anhalt)     Tann (Rhön) (Hesse)     Tanna (Thuringia)     Tauberbischofsheim (Baden-Württemb.)     Taucha (Saxony)     Taunusstein (Hesse)     Tecklenburg (North Rhine-Westphalia)     Tegernsee (Bavaria)     Telgte (North Rhine-Westphalia)     Teltow (Brandenburg)     Templin (Brandenburg)     Tengen (Baden-Württemberg)     Tessin (Mecklenburg-Vorpommern)     Teterow (Mecklenburg-Vorpommern)     Tettnang (Baden-Württemberg)     Teublitz (Bavaria)     Teuchern (Saxony-Anhalt)     Teupitz (Brandenburg)            Teuschnitz (Bavaria)     Thale (Saxony-Anhalt)     Thalheim/Erzgeb. (Saxony)     Thannhausen (Bavaria)     Tharandt (Saxony)     Themar (Thuringia)     Thum (Saxony)     Tirschenreuth (Bavaria)     Titisee-Neustadt (Baden-Württemberg)     Tittmoning (Bavaria)     Todtnau (Baden-Württemberg)     Töging am Inn (Bavaria)     Tönisvorst (North Rhine-Westphalia)     Tönning (Schleswig-Holstein)     Torgau (Saxony)     Torgelow (Mecklenburg-Vorpommern)     Tornesch (Schleswig-Holstein)     Traben-Trarbach (Rhineland-Palatinate)     Traunreut (Bavaria)            Traunstein (Bavaria)     Trebbin (Brandenburg)     Trebsen/Mulde (Saxony)     Treffurt (Thuringia)     Trendelburg (Hesse)     Treuchtlingen (Bavaria)     Treuen (Saxony)     Treuenbrietzen (Brandenburg)     Triberg im Schwarzwald (Baden-Württ.)     Tribsees (Mecklenburg-Vorpommern)     Trier (Rhineland-Palatinate)     Triptis (Thuringia)     Trochtelfingen (Baden-Württemberg)     Troisdorf (North Rhine-Westphalia)     Trossingen (Baden-Württemberg)     Trostberg (Bavaria)     Tübingen (Baden-Württemberg)     Tuttlingen (Baden-Württemberg)     Twistringen (Lower Saxony)  U      Übach-Palenberg (North Rhine-Westphalia)     Überlingen (Baden-Württemberg)     Uebigau-Wahrenbrück (Brandenburg)     Ueckermünde (Mecklenburg-Western Pomerania)     Uelzen (Lower Saxony)     Uetersen (Schleswig-Holstein)            Uffenheim (Bavaria)     Uhingen (Baden-Württemberg)     Ulm (Baden-Württemberg)     Ulmen (Rhineland-Palatinate)     Ulrichstein (Hesse)     Ummerstadt (Thuringia)            Unkel (Rhineland-Palatinate)     Unna (North Rhine-Westphalia)     Unterschleißheim (Bavaria)     Usedom (Mecklenburg-Western Pomerania)     Usingen (Hesse)     Uslar (Lower Saxony)  V      Vacha (Thuringia)     Vaihingen an der Enz (Baden-Württemb.)     Vallendar (Rhineland-Palatinate)     Varel (Lower Saxony)     Vechta (Lower Saxony)     Velbert (North Rhine-Westphalia)     Velburg (Bavaria)     Velden (Bavaria)     Velen (North Rhine-Westphalia)     Vellberg (Baden-Württemberg)     Vellmar (Hesse)     Velten (Brandenburg)     Verden (Lower Saxony)            Veringenstadt (Baden-Württemberg)     Verl (North Rhine-Westphalia)     Versmold (North Rhine-Westphalia)     Vetschau/Spreewald (Brandenburg)     Viechtach (Bavaria)     Viernheim (Hesse)     Viersen (North Rhine-Westphalia)     Villingen-Schwenningen (Baden-Württemb.)     Vilsbiburg (Bavaria)     Vilseck (Bavaria)     Vilshofen (Bavaria)            Visselhövede (Lower Saxony)     Vlotho (North Rhine-Westphalia)     Voerde (Niederrhein) (Nordrhein-Westf.)     Vogtsburg im Kaiserstuhl (B.-Württ.)     Vohburg an der Donau (Bavaria)     Vohenstrauß (Bavaria)     Vöhrenbach (Baden-Württemberg)     Vöhringen (Bavaria)     Volkach (Bavaria)     Völklingen (Saarland)     Volkmarsen (Hesse)     Vreden (North Rhine-Westphalia)  W      Wachenheim an der Weinstraße (Rhl.-Pf.)     Wächtersbach (Hesse)     Wadern (Saarland)     Waghäusel (Baden-Württemberg)     Wahlstedt (Schleswig-Holstein)     Waiblingen (Baden-Württemberg)     Waibstadt (Baden-Württemberg)     Waischenfeld (Bavaria)     Waldbröl (North Rhine-Westphalia)     Waldeck (Hesse)     Waldenbuch (Baden-Württemberg)     Waldenburg (Saxony)     Waldenburg (Baden-Württemberg)     Waldershof (Bavaria)     Waldheim (Saxony)     Waldkappel (Hesse)     Waldkirch (Baden-Württemberg)     Waldkirchen (Bavaria)     Waldkraiburg (Bavaria)     Waldmünchen (Bavaria)     Waldsassen (Bavaria)     Waldshut-Tiengen (Baden-Württemberg)     Walldorf (Baden-Württemberg)     Walldürn (Baden-Württemberg)     Wallenfels (Bavaria)     Walsrode (Lower Saxony)     Waltershausen (Thuringia)     Waltrop (North Rhine-Westphalia)     Wanfried (Hesse)     Wangen im Allgäu (Baden-Württemberg)     Wanzleben-Börde (Saxony-Anhalt)     Warburg (North Rhine-Westphalia)     Waren (Müritz) (Mecklenburg-Vorp.)     Warendorf (North Rhine-Westphalia)     Warin (Mecklenburg-Western Pomerania)     Warstein (North Rhine-Westphalia)     Wassenberg (North Rhine-Westphalia)     Wasserburg am Inn (Bavaria)     Wassertrüdingen (Bavaria)     Wasungen (Thuringia)     Wedel (Schleswig-Holstein)     Weener (Lower Saxony)     Wegberg (North Rhine-Westphalia)     Wegeleben (Saxony-Anhalt)     Wehr (Baden-Württemberg)     Weida (Thuringia)     Weiden in der Oberpfalz (Bavaria)     Weikersheim (Baden-Württemberg)     Weil am Rhein (Baden-Württemberg)     Weilburg (Hesse)     Weil der Stadt (Baden-Württemberg)     Weilheim an der Teck (Baden-Württ.)     Weilheim in Oberbayern (Bavaria)            Weimar (Thuringia)     Weingarten (Baden-Württemberg)     Weinheim (Baden-Württemberg)     Weinsberg (Baden-Württemberg)     Weinstadt (Baden-Württemberg)     Weismain (Bavaria)     Weißenberg (Saxony)     Weißenburg in Bayern (Bavaria)     Weißenfels (Saxony-Anhalt)     Weißenhorn (Bavaria)     Weißensee (Thuringia)     Weißenstadt (Bavaria)     Weißenthurm (Rhineland-Palatinate)     Weißwasser (Saxony)     Weiterstadt (Hesse)     Welzheim (Baden-Württemberg)     Welzow (Brandenburg)     Wemding (Bavaria)     Wendlingen am Neckar (Baden-Württ.)     Werben (Elbe) (Saxony-Anhalt)     Werdau (Saxony)     Werder (Havel) (Brandenburg)     Werdohl (North Rhine-Westphalia)     Werl (North Rhine-Westphalia)     Wermelskirchen (North Rhine-Westphalia)     Wernau (Neckar) (Baden-Württemberg)     Werne (North Rhine-Westphalia)     Werneuchen (Brandenburg)     Wernigerode (Saxony-Anhalt)     Wertheim (Baden-Württemberg)     Werther (Westf.) (North Rhine-Westphalia)     Wertingen (Bavaria)