Feuerschaugemeinde is a special-purpose municipality for firefighting, energy and water for the town Appenzell, capital of the canton of Appenzell Innerrhoden in Switzerland.
Articles near the latitude and longitude of Vaduz
Vaduz (/fɑːˈduːts/; German pronunciation: [faˈdʊt͡s] or [vaˈduːt͡s]) is the capital of Liechtenstein and also the seat of the national parliament. The town, which is located along the Rhine River, has about 5,100 residents as of 2009, most of whom belong to the Roman Catholic Church.
Latitude: 47° 08' 29.44" N
Longitude: 9° 31' 17.54" E
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Wildhaus Pass is a high mountain pass in the Alps in the canton of St. Gallen in Eastern Switzerland.
Wangerberg is a village of Liechtenstein in the municipality of Triesenberg, located on a hill in front of Triesen.
Voralpsee is a lake above Grabs in the Canton of St.
Sämtisersee is a lake in the Alpstein range of the canton of Appenzell Innerrhoden, Switzerland. At an elevation of 1209 m, the surface area is 0.13 km².
Stausee Mapragg (Mapragg reservoir) is located at Pfäfers in the Canton of St. Gallen, Switzerland. Its surface area is 26 ha.
St. Luzisteig Pass (el.
The Seeztal is a valley of the canton of St. Gallen, Switzerland, extending to the east of Lake Walen for some 10 km, formed by the river Seez. The valley appears to be a left branch off the Rhine valley at Sargans, but there is a divide at Mels.…
Schönberg is a mountain in Liechtenstein in the Rätikon range of the Eastern Alps north-east of the village of Steg, with a height of 2,104 metres (6,903 ft).
Sattelköpfle is a mountain in on the border of Liechtenstein and Austria in the Rätikon range of the Eastern Alps to the east of the village of Planken, with a height of 1,688 metres (5,538 ft).
Sarojahöhe or Saroja is a mountain on the border of Liechtenstein and Austria in the Rätikon range of the Eastern Alps to the east of the village of Planken, with a height of 1,659 metres (5,443 ft).
Samina is a village of Liechtenstein, located in the municipality of Triesenberg.
Rotspitz (literally redpeak) is a mountain in Liechtenstein, located close to the Swiss border, due east of the Swiss town of Wartau.
The Meng River originates from the Red Wall mountain gorge at 2,390 metres (7,840 ft) above sea level. It flows through the Gamperdonatal in a northern direction, where it unites in the municipality of Nenzing with the Ill.
Masescha is a village of Liechtenstein, located in the municipality of Triesenberg.
Igis is a station on the Rhaetian Railway's Landquart-Chur metre gauge railway line.
The Hinterrugg (or Hinderrugg) is the highest peak of the Churfirsten group, located in the Appenzell Alps. It overlooks the town of Walenstadt and the lake in the canton of St. Gallen.
Grusch is a station on the Landquart-Davos railway line. Westbound, there are two trains per hour towards Lanquart (RE2/R21/S8). RE2/R21 trains terminate at Landquart, but hourly S8 trains continues to Rhazuns. Eastbound, there are hourly services t…