|Boundland of Theechland|
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|Other tungs||Allmenish, Upper Frankish|
Landday of Baths-Wirthemberry
Baths-Wirthemberry (Theech: Baden-Württemberg, Allmenish: Baade-Wiirdebäärg) is a boundland in Theechland in the southwest, east of the Upper Rine, dining the border with Frankric and Switzerland. It is Theechland’s third biggest boundland. both in and , with an of 35,751 (13,804 sq mi) and 10.8 . The reevly and biggest town is Studyard,
The sobriquet Ländle ("small land" or "dear land" in the) is sometimes as a for Baths-Wirthemberry.
Baths-Wirthemberry wasfrom the of Baths, and Wirthemberry, bits of Swafferland.
In 100 AD, the Romish Richand Wirthemberry, building a limes ( ) along its northern borders. In the H3th YL, the Allmenner the Romers to west beyond the Rine and Danube riths. In 496 YL the Allmenner were by a Frankish raid led by Clovis I.
H20th to today Edit
After World Wye II, the three in the of -day Baths-Wirthemberry: Wirthemberry-Hohenzollern, Baths and Wirthemberry-Baths. Baths and Wirthemberry-Hohenzol were beset by Frankric, while Wirthemberry-Baths was beset by the Foroned Ricks. In 1949, each boundland became an of the Bound Ledewealth of Theechland, with 118 of the Theech feeding an . On 16 1951, Wirthemberry-Baths, Wirthemberry-Hohenzollern and Baths by in of a . Baths-Wirthemberry reevely became a boundland in Theechland on 25 Eastermonth 1952.