Erfurt

Erfurt is the capital of the German state of . It is also its largest city and a major transportation hub. Erfurt has about 213,000 residents.
Photo: Thuringius, Public domain.

Notable Places in the Area

Museum
The Alte Synagoge in Erfurt, , is one of the best preserved medieval synagogues in Europe, its oldest parts dating back to the late 11th century. Photo: HeinrichStuerzl, CC BY-SA 3.0.

Tourist attraction
The Krämerbrücke is a medieval arch bridge in the city of Erfurt, in in central Germany, which is lined with half timbered shops and houses on both sides of a cobblestone street. Photo: Wikimedia, CC BY-SA 3.0.

Town hall
Photo: Wikimedia, CC BY 3.0.

Tourist attraction
is a former charterhouse, or Carthusian monastery, in Erfurt, Thuringia, Germany. Photo: Frank.27, CC BY-SA 4.0.

Localities in the Area

Village
Photo: Michael Sander, CC BY-SA 3.0.

Neighborhood
Photo: Michael Sander, CC BY-SA 3.0.

Village
Photo: Michael Sander, CC BY-SA 3.0.

Erfurt

Latitude
50.9778° or 50° 58' 40.1" north
Longitude
11.0287° or 11° 1' 43.4" east
Population
213,000
IATA airport code
ERF
United Nations Location Code
DE ERF
Elevation
195 metres (640 feet)
Open­Street­Map ID
node 240038130
Geo­Names ID
2929670
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Also Known As

  • Afrikaans: Erfurt
  • Albanian: Erfurti
  • Amharic: ኤርፉርት
  • Arabic: Erfurt
  • Arabic: إرفورت
  • Aragonese: Erfurt
  • Armenian: Էրֆուրտ
  • Arpitan: Erfurt
  • Asturian: Erfurt
  • Aymara: Erfurt
  • Azerbaijani: Erfurt
  • Bashkir: Эрфурт
  • Basque: Erfurt
  • Bavarian: Erfurt
  • Belarusian: Эрфурт
  • Bengali: এরফুর্ট
  • Bosnian: Erfurt
  • Breton: Erfurt
  • Bulgarian: Ерфурт
  • Catalan: Erfurt
  • Cebuano: Erfurt (munisipyo)
  • Cebuano: Kreisfreie Stadt Erfurt
  • Central Kurdish: ئێرفورت
  • Chechen: Эрфурт
  • Chinese: Erfurt
  • Chinese: 埃尔福特
  • Chinese: 艾福特
  • Chinese: 艾雅福
  • Chuvash: Эрфурт
  • Corsican: Erfurt
  • Croatian: Erfurt
  • Czech: Erfurt
  • Danish: Erfurt
  • Dimli (individual language): Erfurt
  • Dutch: Erfurt
  • Egyptian Arabic: ارفورت
  • Esperanto: Erfurto
  • Estonian: Erfurt
  • Finnish: Erfurt
  • Frankish: Erpisfurt
  • French: Erfurt
  • Friulian: Erfurt
  • Galician: Erfurt
  • Georgian: ერფურტი
  • German: Erfurt
  • Gothic: 𐌰𐌹𐍂𐍆𐌿𐍂𐍄
  • Greek: Ερφούρτη
  • Gujarati: એરફર્ટ
  • Hakka Chinese: Erfurt
  • Hausa: Erfurt
  • Hebrew: ארפורט
  • Hindi: अरफ़र्ट
  • Hungarian: Erfurt
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  • Ido: Erfurt
  • Indonesian: Erfurt
  • Interlingua (International Auxiliary Language Association): Erfurt
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  • Irish: Erfurt
  • Italian: Erfurt
  • Japanese: エアフルト
  • Javanese: Erfurt
  • Kannada: ಎರ್ಫರ್ಟ್
  • Kazakh: Эрфурт
  • Kirghiz: Эрфурт
  • Kongo: Erfurt
  • Korean: 에르푸르트
  • Kurdish: Erfurt
  • Latin: Erfordia
  • Latin: Erpsfordia [a. 1222]
  • Latvian: Erfurte
  • Ligurian: Erfurt
  • Limburgan: Erfurt
  • Lithuanian: Erfurtas
  • Lombard: Erfurt
  • Low German: Erfurt
  • Lower Sorbian: Erfurt
  • Luxembourgish: Erfurt
  • Macedonian: Ерфурт
  • Malagasy: Erfurt
  • Malay: Erfurt
  • Marathi: एरफुर्ट
  • Middle High German (ca. 1050-1500): Erfesfurt [a. 1144]
  • Middle High German (ca. 1050-1500): Erphord [a. 1210]
  • Middle Low German: Erpesforth [a. 1133]
  • Middle Low German: Erpsfurd [a. 1196]
  • Min Nan Chinese: Erfurt
  • Minangkabau: Erfurt
  • Mongolian: Эрфурт
  • Narom: Erfurt
  • Neapolitan: Erfurt
  • Nepali: अरफ़र्ट
  • Northern Frisian: Erfurt
  • Norwegian: Erfurt
  • Norwegian Bokmål: Erfurt
  • Norwegian Nynorsk: Erfurt
  • Occitan (post 1500): Erfurt
  • Old High German (ca. 750-1050): Erphesfurt [a. 742]
  • Ossetian: Эрфурт
  • Persian: ارفورت
  • Picard: Erfurt
  • Piemontese: Erfurt
  • Polish: Erfurt
  • Portuguese: Erfurt
  • Pushto: ارفورت
  • Quechua: Erfurt
  • Romanian: Erfurt
  • Romansh: Erfurt
  • Russian: Эрфурт (город)
  • Russian: Эрфурт
  • Rusyn: Ерфурт
  • Sardinian: Erfurt
  • Saterfriesisch: Erfurt
  • Scots: Erfurt
  • Scottish Gaelic: Erfurt
  • Serbian: Erfurt
  • Serbian: Ерфурт
  • Serbo-Croatian: Erfurt
  • Sicilian: Erfurt
  • Silesian: Erfurt
  • Sinhala: එර්ෆර්ට්
  • Slovak: Erfurt
  • Slovenian: Erfurt
  • South Azerbaijani: ارفورت
  • Spanish: Erfurt
  • Spanish: Érfurt
  • Swahili: Erfurt
  • Swedish: Erfurt
  • Swiss German: Erfurt
  • Tagalog: Erfurt
  • Tamil: ஏர்பியூர்ட்
  • Tatar: Эрфурт
  • Telugu: అర్ఫర్ట్
  • Thai: แอร์ฟวร์ท
  • Thai: แอร์ฟูร์ท
  • Turkish: Erfurt
  • Ukrainian: Ерфурт
  • Upper Sorbian: Jarobrod
  • Urdu: ارفرٹ
  • Urdu: یرفورت
  • Uzbek: Erfurt
  • Venetian: Erfurt
  • Vietnamese: Erfurt
  • Vlaams: Erfurt
  • Volapük: Erfurt
  • Walloon: Erfurt
  • Waray (Philippines): Erfurt
  • Welsh: Erfurt
  • Western Frisian: Erfurt
  • Western Panjabi: ارفرٹ
  • Wolof: Erfurt
  • Wu Chinese: 爱尔福特
  • Yiddish: ערפורט
  • Yoruba: Erfurt
  • Yue Chinese: 艾雅福
  • Zulu: Erfurt

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