Place:Auggen, Baden, Germany

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NameAuggen
TypeTown
Located inBaden, Germany
Also located inFreiburg, Baden-Württemberg, Germany    
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Auggen is a municipality in the district of Breisgau-Hochschwarzwald in Baden-Württemberg in southern Germany. It also belongs to a region called Markgräflerland that has both cultural and historical importance.

Auggen has attached to it, a smaller administrative part called Hach. Hach lies to the northeast of Auggen. Auggen lies at the southern end of Breisgau. The area is known, amongst other things, for its "Bio" wine.

History

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Auggen was first mentioned in 752 as 'Anghom'. It is nonetheless believed that the first settlers were already there in the 1st century.

Mayors of Auggen

(2005–present) Fritz Deutschmann

(1629–1662) Dietrich Koger [1]

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