Upper Franconia Government Region

administrative region of Franconia in Bavaria, Germany
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Upper Franconia (German: Oberfranken, pronounced [ˈoːbɐfraŋkn̩] (audio speaker iconlisten); Main-Franconian: Oberfrangn, Oberfragng) is a regierungsbezirk (administrative region) of the German state Bavaria. It has an area of 7,230 km² and about 1,200,000 people. It borders the German states of Sachsen and Thuringia, and also the Czech Republic. Bayreuth is its capital.

Upper Franconia
Flag of Upper Franconia
Coat of arms of Upper Franconia
Map of Bavaria highlighting Upper Franconia
Map of Bavaria highlighting Upper Franconia
Region seatBayreuth
 • Total7,230.19 km2 (2,791.59 sq mi)
 (31 December 2022)[1]
 • Total1,073,783
 • Density150/km2 (380/sq mi)

Cities and districts change

Cities which are urban districts change

  1. Coburg,
  2. Bamberg,
  3. Hof,
  4. Bayreuth.

Smaller cities change

  1. Forchheim,
  2. Kulmbach,
  3. Lichtenfels,
  4. Marktredwitz,
  5. Neustadt bei Coburg
  6. Kronach,
  7. Rödental,
  8. Wunsiedel,
  9. Selb,
  10. Münchberg,
  11. Helmbrechts,
  12. Rehau,
  13. Stadtsteinach,
  14. Bad Staffelstein,
  15. Ebermannstadt,
  16. Burgkunstadt

Districts change

  1. Coburg Rural District
  2. Bamberg Rural District
  3. Forchheim Rural District
  4. Bayreuth Rural District
  5. Lichtenfels Rural District
  6. Kronach Rural District
  7. Hof Rural District
  8. Kulmbach Rural District
  9. Wunsiedel i. Fichtelgebirge Rural District

References change