Middle Franconia

Middle Franconia is the southernmost, central and most urbanized part of in Germany. Its heart is the urbanized area around Nuremberg Fürth and Erlangen but there are also delightful Bierkeller or natural attractions in its rural parts.

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is a city in , . It is home to most of the Friedrich-Alexander University and the Siemens company.

is 's largest city, and thus the undisputed economic, social and cultural center of Franconia.

is a city in , in the region of .

is a town along the in , , about halfway in between Frankfurt and Munich.


is the administrative capital of , largely due to being a residence of the Margraves of Ansbach-Bayreuth in the past.

is a small town in famous for being the headquarters of two major sportswear companies.

is in . The German spelling of the city's name should be read as "Weissenburg", with the "ß" character standing for "ss".

Stein, also referred to as "Stein bei Nürnberg" is in , , bordering to the south and located in the county of Fürth.

is a small town with around 2,000 inhabitants in , Bavaria, Germany.

is in . It is a former Reichsstadt and due to its rather small growth since the end of the Holy Roman Empire, it has escaped both wars and overzealous city planners with its old town largely intact.

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Other Names for Middle Franconia

Dutch: Middel-Franken, Esperanto: Meza Frankonio, French: District de Moyenne-Franconie, French: Moyenne-Franconie, German: Mittelfranken, Italian: Distretto della Media Franconia, Italian: Media Franconia, Polish: Środkowa Frankonia, Portuguese: Mittelfranken, Portuguese: Média Francónia, Romanian: Mittelfranken, Spanish: Franconia Media
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