Nersingen

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Nersingen
Coat of arms of Nersingen
Coat of arms
Nersingen   is located in Germany
Nersingen
Nersingen
Coordinates: 48°25′44″N 10°7′19″E / 48.42889°N 10.12194°E / 48.42889; 10.12194Coordinates: 48°25′44″N 10°7′19″E / 48.42889°N 10.12194°E / 48.42889; 10.12194
Country Germany
State Bavaria
Admin. region Schwaben
District Neu-Ulm
Subdivisions 5 Ortsteile
Government
 • Mayor Erich Winkler
Area
 • Total 24.27 km2 (9.37 sq mi)
Elevation 465 m (1,526 ft)
Population (2012-12-31)[1]
 • Total 9,278
 • Density 380/km2 (990/sq mi)
Time zone CET/CEST (UTC+1/+2)
Postal codes 89278
Dialling codes 07308
Vehicle registration NU
Website www.nersingen.de

Nersingen is a municipality in the District of Neu-Ulm in Bavaria, Germany. The neighbours are Neu-Ulm, Elchingen, Bibertal and Pfaffenhofen an der Roth.

Geography[edit]

Geographic location[edit]

Through the area of Nersingen flow three rivers: The Danube in the north and her both supply rivers Roth and Leibi, which cross Nersingen from south to north. Also there are some water ditches and some excavator lakes, which resulted from gravel quarrying. The most part of Nersingen is on gravellic ground.

Municipality arrangement[edit]

The municipality of Nersingen consists of the principal village of Nersingen and the part villages Straß, Leibi, Unterfahlheim and Oberfahlheim.

Economics and infrastructure[edit]

Companies[edit]

Hilti AG in Straß

Traffic[edit]

Nersingen lies next to the Bundesautobahn 7 and the train line Ulm - Munich. The Bundesstraße 10 passes the municipality parts Unterfahlheim, Oberfahlheim and Nersingen.

Education[edit]

There are two elementary schools and one elementary- and principal school.

Objects of interest[edit]

  • "Bräuhaus Seybold" in Nersingen
  • "Museum für bildende Kunst" in Oberfahlheim
  • Church "St. Johann Baptist" in Straß
  • Church "St. Dionysius" in Oberfahlheim
  • Church "St. Nikolaus" in Nersingen

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