|of these articles describes the municipality Dieter home. For the local part of the same name of Eching in the district freesing, see Dieter home (Eching).|
|Coat of arms||map|
|Land of the Federal Republic:||Bavaria|
|governmental district:||Middle Franconia|
|district:||Neustadt_a.d.Aisch-Bad wind home|
|geographical situation:|| |
Coordinates: 49° 34 ' N, 10° 31 ' O 49° 34 ' N, 10° 31 ' O
|height:||294 m and. NN|
|surface:||31.21 km ²|
|inhabitants:||2.129 (30. June 2004)|
|Population density:||68 inhabitants for each km ²|
|postal zip codes:||91463|
|municipality key:||09 5 75 119|
|municipality arrangement:||8 local parts|
of the local administration:
| Main street 7|
91463 Dieter home
|mayor:||Wolfgang Breyer (FWG)|
Dieter home is a municipality in the district new city a.d. Aisch bath wind home in Bavaria.
Table of contents
the municipality has eight local parts:
the municipality Dieter home developed 1972 from the union of the former municipalities Dieter home and Beerbach.
the local council consist of 14 members.
coat of arms
Geviert red Herzschild, therein, presented by silver and black with, a silver Widderrumpf with golden horns, in two and three golden diagonal bar.
culture and objects of interest
- Altheimer charm cellar, a small art stage
economics and infrastructure
sons and daughters of the city
- Karl Hagen (* 10. October 1810 Dottenheim (today local part of Dieter home) † 24. January 1868 Berne) historian and delegate of the national assembly in the Paulskirche.
- Camphill in living yard
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