Ladenburg is a town (11,420 inhabitants end 2015) in the district of Rhein-Neckar-Kreis, in Baden-Württemberg, Germany. It is situated on the right bank of the Neckar. Ladenburg's history dates back to Celtic and Roman ages. In Roman times it was called 'Lopodunum'. Emperor Trajan elevated it to the status of a city ('civitas') in the year 98. Historically in the Grand Duchy of Baden, province of Mannheim.
Postmarks in Germany
Postmarks in German Empire
After 31 December 1871.
Postmarks of Grand Duchy of Baden
LADENBURG Postexpedition used code 78, in Mannheim district. Sub-offices (Postablagen) in EDINGEN and SCHRIESHEIM.