Bad Steben

Bad Steben is a market town in the district of Hof in Bavaria in Germany. In 2007 Bad Steben celebrated its 175th anniversary as Bavarian State Spa.

Towns and municipalities in Hof
  • Bad Steben
  • Berg
  • Döhlau
  • Feilitzsch
  • Gattendorf
  • Geroldsgrün
  • Helmbrechts
  • Issigau
  • Köditz
  • Konradsreuth
  • Leupoldsgrün
  • Lichtenberg
  • Münchberg
  • Naila
  • Oberkotzau
  • Regnitzlosau
  • Rehau
  • Schauenstein
  • Schwarzenbach am Wald
  • Schwarzenbach an der Saale
  • Selbitz
  • Sparneck
  • Stammbach
  • Töpen
  • Trogen
  • Weißdorf
  • Zell im Fichtelgebirge

Other articles related to "bad steben":

Hof–Bad Steben Railway
... The Hof–Bad Steben railway runs from Hof through the Franconian Forest to the Bavarian state spa town Bad Steben in southern Germany ...
Hof–Bad Steben Railway - Opening and History
... The Hof–Bad Steben railway was built by the Royal Bavarian State Railways, the legal basis for its construction being the Bavarian Lokalbahn (literally 'local line') law of 21 April ... lines were opened that all branched off the Hof–Bad Steben railway ... On the journey from Bad Steben to Hof the engine driver ran into a tree that had fallen across the track near the Oberklingensporn halt ...

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