Brügge

Brügge is a municipality in the district of Rendsburg-Eckernförde, in Schleswig-Holstein, Germany. Its small church and market square are noted for their beauty.

Towns and municipalities in Rendsburg-Eckernförde
  • Achterwehr
  • Ahlefeld-Bistensee
  • Alt Duvenstedt
  • Altenhof
  • Altenholz
  • Arpsdorf
  • Ascheffel
  • Aukrug
  • Bargstall
  • Bargstedt
  • Barkelsby
  • Beldorf
  • Bendorf
  • Beringstedt
  • Bissee
  • Blumenthal
  • Böhnhusen
  • Bokel
  • Bordesholm
  • Borgdorf-Seedorf
  • Borgstedt
  • Bornholt
  • Bovenau
  • Brammer
  • Bredenbek
  • Breiholz
  • Brekendorf
  • Brinjahe
  • Brodersby
  • Brügge
  • Büdelsdorf
  • Bünsdorf
  • Christiansholm
  • Damendorf
  • Damp
  • Dänischenhagen
  • Dätgen
  • Dörphof
  • Eckernförde
  • Ehndorf
  • Eisendorf
  • Ellerdorf
  • Elsdorf-Westermühlen
  • Embühren
  • Emkendorf
  • Felde
  • Felm
  • Fleckeby
  • Flintbek
  • Fockbek
  • Friedrichsgraben
  • Friedrichsholm
  • Gammelby
  • Gettorf
  • Gnutz
  • Gokels
  • Goosefeld
  • Grauel
  • Grevenkrug
  • Groß Buchwald
  • Groß Vollstedt
  • Groß Wittensee
  • Güby
  • Haale
  • Haby
  • Hamdorf
  • Hamweddel
  • Hanerau-Hademarschen
  • Haßmoor
  • Heinkenborstel
  • Hoffeld
  • Hohenwestedt
  • Hohn
  • Holtsee
  • Holzbunge
  • Holzdorf
  • Hörsten
  • Hummelfeld
  • Hütten
  • Jahrsdorf
  • Jevenstedt
  • Karby
  • Klein Wittensee
  • Königshügel
  • Kosel
  • Krogaspe
  • Kronshagen
  • Krummwisch
  • Langwedel
  • Lindau
  • Lohe-Föhrden
  • Loop
  • Loose
  • Luhnstedt
  • Lütjenwestedt
  • Meezen
  • Melsdorf
  • Mielkendorf
  • Molfsee
  • Mörel
  • Mühbrook
  • Negenharrie
  • Neudorf-Bornstein
  • Neu Duvenstedt
  • Neuwittenbek
  • Nienborstel
  • Nindorf
  • Noer
  • Nortorf
  • Nübbel
  • Oldenbüttel
  • Oldenhütten
  • Osdorf
  • Ostenfeld
  • Osterby
  • Osterrönfeld
  • Osterstedt
  • Ottendorf
  • Owschlag
  • Padenstedt
  • Prinzenmoor
  • Quarnbek
  • Rade bei Hohenwestedt
  • Rade bei Rendsburg
  • Reesdorf
  • Remmels
  • Rendsburg
  • Rickert
  • Rieseby
  • Rodenbek
  • Rumohr
  • Schacht-Audorf
  • Schierensee
  • Schinkel
  • Schmalstede
  • Schönbek
  • Schönhorst
  • Schülldorf
  • Schülp bei Nortorf
  • Schülp bei Rendsburg
  • Schwedeneck
  • Seefeld
  • Sehestedt
  • Sophienhamm
  • Sören
  • Stafstedt
  • Steenfeld
  • Strande
  • Tackesdorf
  • Tappendorf
  • Techelsdorf
  • Thaden
  • Thumby
  • Timmaspe
  • Todenbüttel
  • Tüttendorf
  • Waabs
  • Wapelfeld
  • Warder
  • Wasbek
  • Wattenbek
  • Westensee
  • Westerrönfeld
  • Windeby
  • Winnemark

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