Devil blade

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Devil's Blade - derived from the basic word blade 'small notch valley' - is the name of some of the stream valleys in Baden-Württemberg:

Disambiguated with the receiving water:

  • Teufelsklinge (Aalenbach) , source blade of a left tributary of the Aalenbach, probably called Ackersbach , in front of Lorenzenzimmern, town of Vellberg, Schwäbisch Hall district, Baden-Württemberg
  • Teufelsklinge (Aich) , left brook blade to the Aich between Hardt and Oberensingen, city of Nürtingen, Esslingen district, Baden-Wuerttemberg
  • Teufelsklinge (Tumbach) , steep Kerbtal of a left Tumbach tributary near Heubach, Ostalbkreis; Natural monument with roarers

Disambiguated by nearby location:

See also: