Regen (DE)

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Regen is a town (10,855 inhabitants end 2015) in Lower Bavaria, capital of the district of Regen.

Originally the town consisted of 4 districts: Bürgerholz, Grubhügel, Riedham and St. Johann.

After a governmental reform the villages of Aden, Augrub, Bärndorf, Bettmannsäge, Dreieck, Ebenhof, Ecklend, Edhof, Eggenried, Finkenried, Frauenmühle, Großseiboldsried, Huberhof, Kagerhof, Kattersdorf, Kerschlhöh, Kleinseiboldsried, Kreuzerhof, Kühhof, March, Maschenberg, Matzelsried, Metten, Neigerhöhe, Neigermühle, Neusohl, Obermitterdorf, Oberneumais, Oleumhütte, Pfistermühle, Pometsau, Poschetsried, Reinhartsmais, Richtplatz, Rinchnachmündt, Rohrbach, Sallitz, Schauerhof, Schlossau, Schochert, Schollenried, Schönhöh, Schützenhof, Schwaighof, Schweinhütt, Spitalhof, Sumpering, Tausendbach, Thanhof, Thurnhof, Weißenstein, Weißensteiner-Au, Wickersdorf, Wieshof and Windschnur were added.

It used stamps issued by the Bavaria (Bayern) State until 1920. Regen uses postcode 94209 today.

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Germany Bundespost

Allied Occupied Germany

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German Empire era

Bavaria State era

Until 31 March 1920.

The Kingdom of Bavaria post office opened in 1816. It used numerals 280 and 417 (after 1861) within a mill wheel (Mühlrad).

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