Göppingen is situated at the bottom of the Hohenstaufen mountain, in the valley of the river Fils. The districts of Göppingen are Bartenbach, Bezgenriet, Faurndau, Göppingen, Hohenstaufen, Holzheim, Jebenhausen and Maitis. History. Tradition holds that the city was founded by an Alemannic leader called Geppo sometime in the 3rd or 4th ...
Göppingen is a toun in soothren Germany, pairt o the Stuttgart Region o Baden-Württemberg. It is the caipital o the destrict Göppingen. It is situatit at the bottom o the Hohenstaufen muntain, in the valley o the river Fils. The German branch o SIGG haes its offices in the ceety.
In Donaukreis, the most northern of these oberämter were Göppingen and, to its east, Geislingen. In 1938, the four kreise were abolished, and Geislingen was merged with Göppingen. During the communal reform of 1973 the district was not changed much, only a few municipalities from the districts Schwäbisch Gmünd and Ulm were added.
The first settlement at Göppingen was in the Hallstatt period, 800-480 BC. A Roman settlement from about 250 BC was found near the present day Oberhofen Church. An Alemannic prince by the name of "Geppo", is believed to have started the town after the sometime in the 3rd or 4th century. The town is named after him.
Göppingen (švapski:Geppenge) je grad u njemačkoj saveznoj pokrajini Baden-Württemberg. Nalazi se 40 km istočno od Stuttgarta na rijeci Fils. Smješten je u podnožju brda Hohenstaufen i sjediše je istoimenog okruga. Unutar područja grada nalazi se selo Hohenstaufen sa ruševinama dvorca Hohenstaufen.
Göppingen är en stad i delstaten Baden-Württemberg i södra Tyskland. Folkmängden uppgår till cirka 57 000 invånare. Staden är belägen cirka 35 km sydost om Stuttgart. De första spåren av bosättning i området har lämnats av kelterna under Hallstattkulturen cirka 800 f.Kr. – 480 f.Kr.. Industri