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Nendingen

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Nendingen is a German village with 2850 inhabitants in Baden-Württemberg. The Danube flows through Nendingen, which lies between the towns Tuttlingen and Mühlheim an der Donau. Nendingen was founded by Nando, an Alamanni, between 260 and 300 AD. The majority of the Nendingers are Catholics and the church „St. Petrus und Jakobus“ (Saint Peter and James, son of Zebedee) is very old (Rococo) and nice. Nendingen belongs to the diocese Rottenburg-Stuttgart. Until 1873, parts of Mühlheim and Tuttlingen pertained to the Nendinger parish. The most popular sports are wrestling and handball. The carnival is very well-celebrated in the village. Nendingen is a part of Tuttlingen since 1973. It has an elementary school. Its coat of arms is blue and yellow and shows a shield and three fleur-de-lis. After 1409, Nendingen was directed by the baron of Mühlheim. By Napoleon, in 1805 it came to the Kingdom of Württemberg. Nendingen has a train station on the Tuttlingen–Inzigkofen railway. Nendingen
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