Suburb of Schwaebisch Gmuend, on Norwegian, Deutsch 
Click here for bigger mapGroßdeinbach ("large your brook") is a suburb of Schwäbisch Gmuend in the state of the Federal Republic Baden-Wuerttemberg in Germany.

Großdeinbach was an independent municipality and is since the incorporation 1972 a suburb of Swabian Gmuend. In Großdeinbach live approx. 4000 inhabitants. Beside the Evangelist church also a catholic church was built after the war. The former old school became first city hall and after the incorporation office for district. Several restaurants are at the disposal to visiting people. The Haselbach Soeldhaus is also a part of Großdeinbach. The Roman border barrier "Limes" is located at Kleindeinbach and Hangendeinbach, both sections of Großdeinbach. At Kleindeinbach-Rotenbachtal the "raetian wall" of the "Limes" begins.

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Evangelische Kirche von vorne

Office for district, in former times school building.
Evangelische Kirche von hinten
Haselbach 1973
Former fire station.

Catholic church.

Hotel Hirsch ("deer").

School in Großdeinbach.
Haselbach Winter 1973
Soeldhaus: Großdeinbach's boundary to Haselbach
Brücke in HaselbachThe boundary of Großdeinbach and Haselbach is at the same time county border: Haselbach Soeldhaus came with Großdeinbach and Schwaebisch Gmuend to the Ostalbkreis. The remaining Haselbach was slammed shut together with Alfdorf to the Rems-Murr county. This was done via a counting error in the federal state parliament of Baden-Wuerttemberg, which was allegedly not reparable.
The inscription on the sign reads: Wanderer stand still and cry, here you enter the Ostalbkreis.
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