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Abensberg

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Abensberg (ˈaːbənsˌbɛʁk) is a town in the Lower Bavarian district of Kelheim, in Bavaria, Germany, lying around southwest of Regensburg, east of Ingolstadt, northwest of Landshut and north of Munich. It is situated on the river Abens, a tributary of the Danube. Geography The town lies on the Abens river, a tributary of the Danube, around eight kilometres from the river's source. The area around Abensberg is characterized by the narrow valley of the Danube, where the Weltenburg Abbey stands, the valley of the Altmühl in the north, a left tributary of the Danube, and the famous Hallertau hops-planting region in the south. The town is divided into the municipalities of Abensberg, Arnhofen, Holzharlanden, Hörlbach, Offenstetten, Pullach and Sandharland. Divisions Since the administrative reforms in Bavaria in the 1970s, the town also encompasses the following Ortsteile:
  • In the town: Abensberg (main settlement), Aunkofen (civil parish), Badhaus (village)
  • To the
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