Portal:North Palatine Uplands

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
< Quick index < Portals < Geography < Europe < Germany < Rhineland-Palatinate < North Palatine Uplands
DerNeueAdlerbogenDannenfels.JPG

The North Palatine Uplands (German: Nordpfälzer Bergland), sometimes incorrectly abbreviated to Palatine Uplands (Pfälzer Bergland), is a region in the German state of Rhineland-Palatinate which is predominantly found within the Palatinate. The North Palatine Uplands lies roughly between the Saarland town of St. Wendel in the west and the three Rhineland-Palatinate towns of Alzey in the east, Kaiserslautern in the south and Bad Kreuznach in the north, albeit these places lies outside of the upland region . The North Palatine Uplands thus links the landscapes of the Palatine Forest, the Saar-Hunsrück Nature Park, the Naheland and Rhenish Hesse (Rheinhessen).

Editors are invited to work with us to create and improve articles related to the "North Palatine Uplands" in Wikipedia as part of WikiProject Germany!

Education, Culture, Tourism and Attractions
Old Wolfstein Castle
  • Education and Culture:
Kusel Autumn Fair - Musikantenland Museum - Palatine Stonemason Museum - West Palatine Musicians Museum - West Palatine wandering musicians
  • Railways:
Alsenz Valley Railway - Landstuhl–Kusel railway - Donnersberg Railway - Glan Valley Railway - Lauter Valley Railway - Zeller Valley Railway
  • Tourism:
Barbarossa Cycleway - Glan-Blies Way - Palatine Ridgeway - Rodenbach Sculpture Way - West Palatinate Way
  • Castles and Palaces
Altenbaumburg - Ebernburg Castle - Falkenstein Castle - Hohenfels Castle - Schloss Kirchheimbolanden - Landsberg Castle - Schloss Lauterecken - Lichtenberg Castle - New Bolanden Castle - New Wolfstein Castle - Old Wolfstein Castle - Randeck Castle - Reipoltskirchen Castle - Sprengelburg - Stauf Castle - Tannenfels Castle - Wildenstein Castle
  • Abbeys and churches
Gethsemane Abbey - Hirsau Church - Jewish Cemetery, Hinzweiler - Jewish Cemetery, Weitersweiler - Mennonite Church, Weierhof - Münsterappel Abbey Church - Otterberg Abbey Church - Rothselberg Parish Church - Protestant Church, Steinbach am Donnersberg - Propstei St. Remigius - Protestant Church, Offenbach am Glan - Fortified Church, Finkenbach-Gersweiler - Wolfskirche - Double Church of Rutsweiler
  • Attractions
am Königsberg Limestone Works - Ludwig Tower - Optical Telegraph Line - Pfrimm Viaduct - Potzberg Tower - Viktoriastift - Waldwiese - Weiße Grube
Good articles
edit
Featured Articles

Qsicon Exzellent.svg Glan Valley Railway (de)

Good Articles

Qsicon lesenswert.svg Landstuhl–Kusel railway (de) - Eßweiler (de) - Lauter Valley Railway (de)

New Articles
edit

26.06. North Palatine Uplands


Improve contents
  • Contribute to the North Palatine Uplands portal
    All Wikipedians and guests are invited to improve the portal by writing new articles or improving existing ones.
  • Questions, queries, discussion or criticism
    Here you can make constructive criticisms or suggestions for improvement. Better still, crack on with it.
  • Wanted Articles
    If you want information about a topic related to the North Palatine Uplands, but haven’t found it in our selection of articles? Then enter your 'wanted article; above or add a short note on the talk page. We can’t guarantee the immediate creation of articles, but it’s always worth giving it a try. It also gives us an overview of the things our readers are interested in!

German regional portals

East Frisia · Eifel · Elbe-Elster · Elbe Sandstone Mountains · Elbe-Weser Triangle · Franconia · Harz · Lusatia · Lüneburg Heath · North Palatine Uplands · Ore Mountains · Palatine Forest · Pomerania · Rhön · Silesia

Retrieved from "https://en.wikipedia.org/w/index.php?title=Portal:North_Palatine_Uplands&oldid=817965838"
This content was retrieved from Wikipedia : http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Portal:North_Palatine_Uplands
This page is based on the copyrighted Wikipedia article "Portal:North Palatine Uplands"; it is used under the Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike 3.0 Unported License (CC-BY-SA). You may redistribute it, verbatim or modified, providing that you comply with the terms of the CC-BY-SA