Germany

         

OVAL : D




Passenger series
Motorcycle series
Seasonal series
Temporary tourist export series
Provisional series
Trade series
Historical series
Old-timer series
United States forces in Germany series
Diplomatic series
Local official series
Provincial official series
Federal official series
Agricultural series
Military series
Official NATO headquarters series
German forces in France series
Road tax free series
Moped series
Other series
Pictures of the entire code list

Passenger series

Germany

Current passenger series used since 1956 in black on white, with euroband since January 1995.
The registration consists of one letter followed by one letter and three numerals.
The first letter denotes the district or town where M stands for Munchen.
After the district code are two seals, one safety seal and one provincial seal, in this case Bayern.
Left of the registration is a blue band with the oval D in white below the twelve golden European stars.
The euroband is optional since 1994/1995 and mandatory since November 2000.


Germany

Current passenger series used since 1956 in black on white, with euroband since January 1995.
The registration consists of one letter followed by one letter and four numerals.
The first letter denotes the district or town where R stands for Regensburg.
After the district code are two seals, one safety seal and one provincial seal, in this case Bayern.
Left of the registration is a blue band with the oval D in white below the twelve golden European stars.
The euroband is optional since 1994/1995 and mandatory since November 2000.


Germany

Current passenger series used since 1956 in black on white, with euroband since January 1995.
The registration consists of one letter followed by two letters and one numeral.
The first letter denotes the district or town where C stands for Chemnitz.
After the district code are two seals, one safety seal and one provincial seal, in this case Sachsen.
Left of the registration is a blue band with the oval D in white below the twelve golden European stars.
The euroband is optional since 1994/1995 and mandatory since November 2000.


Germany

Current passenger series used since 1956 in black on white, with euroband since January 1995.
The registration consists of one letter followed by two letters and two numerals.
The first letter denotes the district or town where J stands for Jena.
After the district code are two seals, one safety seal and one provincial seal, in this case Thüringen.
Left of the registration is a blue band with the oval D in white below the twelve golden European stars.
The euroband is optional since 1994/1995 and mandatory since November 2000.


Germany

Current passenger series used since 1956 in black on white, with euroband since January 1995.
The registration consists of one letter above two letters and two numerals.
The first letter denotes the district or town where K stands for Köln.
Top right are two seals, one safety seal and one provincial seal, in this case Nordrhein-Westfalen.
Top left of the registration is a blue band with the oval D in white below the twelve golden European stars.
The euroband is optional since 1994/1995 and mandatory since November 2000.


Germany

Current passenger series used since 1956 in black on white, with euroband since January 1995.
The registration consists of one letter followed by two letters and three numerals.
The first letter denotes the district or town where E stands for Essen.
After the district code are two seals, one safety seal and one provincial seal, in this case Nordrhein-Westfalen.
Left of the registration is a blue band with the oval D in white below the twelve golden European stars.
The euroband is optional since 1994/1995 and mandatory since November 2000.


Germany

Current passenger series used since 1956 in black on white, with euroband since January 1995.
The registration consists of one letter, above two letters and three numerals.
The first letter denotes the district or town where K stands for Koln.
After the district code are two seals, one safety seal and one provincial seal, in this case Nordrhein-Westfalen.
Top left of the registration is a blue band with the oval D in white below the twelve golden European stars.
The euroband is optional since 1994/1995 and mandatory since November 2000.


Germany

Current passenger series used since 1956 in black on white, with euroband since January 1995.
The registration consists of one letter followed by two letters and four numerals.
The first letter denotes the district or town where L stands for Leipzig.
After the district code are two seals, one safety seal and one provincial seal, in this case Sachsen.
Left of the registration is a blue band with the oval D in white below the twelve golden European stars.
The euroband is optional since 1994/1995 and mandatory since November 2000.


Germany

Current passenger series used since 1956 in black on white, with euroband since January 1995.
The registration consists of two letters followed by one letter and one numeral.
The first two letters denote the district or town where ER stands for Erlangen.
After the district code are two seals, one safety seal and one provincial seal, in this case Bayern.
Left of the registration is a blue band with the oval D in white below the twelve golden European stars.
The euroband is optional since 1994/1995 and mandatory since November 2000.


Germany

Current passenger series used since 1956 in black on white, smaller size with euroband since January 1995.
The registration consists of two letters above one letter and one numeral.
The first two letters denote the district or town where SO stands for Soest.
After the district code are two seals, one safety seal and one provincial seal, in this case Nordrhein-Westfalen.
Top left of the registration is a blue band with the oval D in white below the twelve golden European stars.
The euroband is optional since 1994/1995 and mandatory since November 2000.


Germany

Current passenger series used since 1956 in black on white, with euroband since January 1995.
The registration consists of two letters followed by one letter and two numerals.
The first two letters denote the district or town where SB stands for Saarbrucken.
After the district code are two seals, one safety seal and one provincial seal, in this case Saarland.
Left of the registration is a blue band with the oval D in white below the twelve golden European stars.
The euroband is optional since 1994/1995 and mandatory since November 2000.


Germany

Current passenger series used since 1956 in black on white, with euroband since January 1995.
The registration consists of two letters above by one letter and two numerals.
The first two letters denote the district or town where TR stands for Trier.
Top right are two seals, one safety seal and one provincial seal, in this case Rheinland-Pfalz.
Top left of the registration is a blue band with the oval D in white below the twelve golden European stars.
The euroband is optional since 1994/1995 and mandatory since November 2000.


Germany

Current passenger series used since 1956 in black on white, with euroband since January 1995.
The registration consists of two letters followed by one letter and three numerals.
The first two letters denote the district or town where CE stands for Celle.
After the district code are two seals, one safety seal and one provincial seal, in this case Niedersachsen.
Left of the registration is a blue band with the oval D in white below the twelve golden European stars.
The euroband is optional since 1994/1995 and mandatory since November 2000.


Germany

Current passenger series used since 1956 in black on white, with euroband since January 1995.
The registration consists of two letters followed by one letter and four numerals.
The first two letters denote the district or town where ME stands for Mettmann.
After the district code are two seals, one safety seal and one provincial seal, in this case Nordrhein-Westfalen.
Left of the registration is a blue band with the oval D in white below the twelve golden European stars.
The euroband is optional since 1994/1995 and mandatory since November 2000.


Germany

Current passenger series used since 1956 in black on white, with euroband since January 1995.
The registration consists of two letters followed by two letters and one numeral.
The first two letters denote the district or town where AC stands for Aachen.
After the district code are two seals, one safety seal and one provincial seal, in this case Nordrhein-Westfalen.
Left of the registration is a blue band with the oval D in white below the twelve golden European stars.
The euroband is optional since 1994/1995 and mandatory since November 2000.


Germany

Current passenger series used since 1956 in black on white, with euroband since January 1995.
The registration consists of two letters above two letters and one numeral.
The first two letters denote the district or town where ER stands for Erlangen.
After the district code are two seals, one safety seal and one provincial seal, in this case Bayern.
Top left of the registration is a blue band with the oval D in white below the twelve golden European stars.
The euroband is optional since 1994/1995 and mandatory since November 2000.


Germany

Current passenger series used since 1956 in black on white, small size plate with euroband since January 1995.
The registration consists of two letters above two letters and one numeral.
The first two letters denote the district or town where ER stands for Erlangen.
After the district code is one seal, the provincial seal, in this case Bayern.
Top left of the registration is a blue band with the oval D in white below the twelve golden European stars.
The euroband is optional since 1994/1995 and mandatory since November 2000.


Germany

Current passenger series used since 1956 in black on white, with euroband since January 1995.
The registration consists of two letters followed by two letters and two numerals.
The first two letters denote the district or town where KG stands for Bad Kissingen.
After the district code are two seals, one safety seal and one provincial seal, in this case Bayern.
Left of the registration is a blue band with the oval D in white below the twelve golden European stars.
The euroband is optional since 1994/1995 and mandatory since November 2000.


Germany

Current passenger series used since 1956 in black on white, with euroband since January 1995.
The registration consists of two letters above two letters and two numerals.
The first two letters denote the district or town where AC stands for Aachen.
After the district code are two seals, one safety seal and one provincial seal, in this case Nordrhein-Westfalen.
Top left of the registration is a blue band with the oval D in white below the twelve golden European stars.
The euroband is optional since 1994/1995 and mandatory since November 2000.


Germany

Current passenger series used since 1956 in black on white, with euroband since January 1995.
The registration consists of two letters followed by two letters and three numerals.
The first two letters denote the district or town where OF stands for Offenbach am Main.
After the district code are two seals, one safety seal and one provincial seal, in this case Hessen.
Left of the registration is a blue band with the oval D in white below the twelve golden European stars.
The euroband is optional since 1994/1995 and mandatory since November 2000.


Germany

Current passenger series used since 1956 smaller size in black on white, with euroband since January 1995.
The registration consists of two letters above two letters and three numerals.
The first two letters denote the district or town where KL stands for Kaiserslauten.
After the district code are two seals, one safety seal and one provincial seal, in this case Rheinland Pfalz.
Top left of the registration is a blue band with the oval D in white below the twelve golden European stars.
The euroband is optional since 1994/1995 and mandatory since November 2000.


Germany

Current passenger series used since 1956 in black on white, with euroband since January 1995.
The registration consists of two letters followed by two letters and four numerals.
The first two letters denote the district or town where HD stands for Heidelberg.
After the district code are two seals, one safety seal and one provincial seal, in this case Baden-Württemberg.
Left of the registration is a blue band with the oval D in white below the twelve golden European stars.
The euroband is optional since 1994/1995 and mandatory since November 2000.


Germany

Current passenger series used since 1956 in black on white, with euroband since January 1995.
The registration consists of two letters, above two letters and four numerals.
The first two letters denote the district or town where RE stands for Recklinghausen.
After the district code are two seals, one safety seal and one provincial seal, in this case Nordrhein-Westfalen.
Top left of the registration is a blue band with the oval D in white below the twelve golden European stars.
The euroband is optional since 1994/1995 and mandatory since November 2000.


Germany

Current passenger series used since 1956 in black on white, with euroband since January 1995.
The registration consists of three letters followed by one letter and two numerals.
The first three letters denote the district or town where ANA stands for Annaberg.
After the district code are two seals, one safety seal and one provincial seal, in this case Sachsen.
Left of the registration is a blue band with the oval D in white below the twelve golden European stars.
The euroband is optional since 1994/1995 and mandatory since November 2000.


Germany

Current passenger series used since 1956 in black on white, with euroband since January 1995.
The registration consists of three letters above one letter and two numerals.
The first three letters denote the district or town where KLE stands for Kleve.
Bottom left are two seals, one safety seal and one provincial seal, in this case Nordrhein-Westfalen.
Top left of the registration is a blue band with the oval D in white below the twelve golden European stars.
The euroband is optional since 1994/1995 and mandatory since November 2000.


Germany

Current passenger series used since 1956 in black on white, with euroband since January 1995.
The registration consists of three letters followed by one letter and three numerals.
The first three letters denote the district or town where HEF stands for Hersfeld-Rotenburg.
After the district code are two seals, one safety seal and one provincial seal, in this case Hessen.
Left of the registration is a blue band with the oval D in white below the twelve golden European stars.
The euroband is optional since 1994/1995 and mandatory since November 2000.


Germany

Current passenger series used since 1956 in black on white, with euroband since January 1995.
The registration consists of three letters followed by two letters and two numerals.
The first three letters denote the district or town where COC stands for Cochem-Zell.
After the district code are two seals, one safety seal and one provincial seal, in this case Rheinland-Pfalz.
Left of the registration is a blue band with the oval D in white below the twelve golden European stars.
The euroband is optional since 1994/1995 and mandatory since November 2000.


Germany

Current passenger series used since 1956 in black on white, with euroband since January 1995.
The registration consists of three letters followed by two letters and two numerals.
The first three letters denote the district or town where HEF stands for Hersfeld-Rotenburg.
On front plates is since 1st January 2010 after the district code only one seal, the provincial seal, in this case Hessen.
Left of the registration is a blue band with the oval D in white below the twelve golden European stars.
The euroband is optional since 1994/1995 and mandatory since November 2000.


Germany

Current passenger series used since 1956 in black on white, with euroband since January 1995.
The registration consists of three letters followed by two letters and three numerals.
The first three letters denote the district or town where WOB stands for Wolfsburg.
After the district code are two seals, one safety seal and one provincial seal, in this case Niedersachsen.
Left of the registration is a blue band with the oval D in white below the twelve golden European stars.
The euroband is optional since 1994/1995 and mandatory since November 2000.


Germany

Current passenger series used since 1956 in black on white, with euroband since January 1995.
The registration consists of two letters above two letters and three numerals.
The first two letters denote the district or town where HD stands for Heidelberg.
After the district code are two seals, one safety seal and one provincial seal, in this case Baden-Württemberg.
Left of the registration is a blue band with the oval D in white below the twelve golden European stars.
The euroband is optional since 1994/1995 and mandatory since November 2000.


Germany

Current passenger series used since 1956 in black on white, with euroband since January 1995.
The registration consists of three letters above one letter and one numeral.
The first three letters denote the district or town where WIL stands for Wittlich & Bernkastel-Wittlich.
After the district code are two seals, one safety seal and one provincial seal, in this case Rheinland-Pfalz.
Left of the registration is a blue band with the oval D in white below the twelve golden European stars.
The euroband is optional since 1994/1995 and mandatory since November 2000.


Germany

Current passenger series used since 1956 in black on white, with euroband since January 1995.
The registration consists of three letters above two letters and two numerals.
The first three letters denote the district or town where MZG stands for Merzig-Wadern.
After the district code are two seals, one safety seal and one provincial seal, in this case Saarland.
Left of the registration is a blue band with the oval D in white below the twelve golden European stars.
The euroband is optional since 1994/1995 and mandatory since November 2000.


Germany

Current passenger series used since 1956 in black on white, without euroband.
The registration consists of one letter, followed by a hyphen, two letters and one numeral.
The first letter denotes the district or town where M stands for Munchen.
After the district code are two seals, one safety seal and one provincial seal in grey, in this case Bayern.
The euroband is optional since 1994/1995 and mandatory since November 2000.


Germany

Current passenger series used since 1956 in black on white, without euroband.
The registration consists of two letters, followed by a hyphen, one letter and one numeral.
The first two letters denote the district or town where EM stands for Emmendingen.
After the district code are two seals, one safety seal and one provincial seal in grey, in this case Baden-Württemberg.
The euroband is optional since 1994/1995 and mandatory since November 2000.


Germany

Current passenger series used since 1956 in black on white, without euroband.
The registration consists of two letters, followed by a hyphen, one letter and two numerals.
The first two letters denote the district or town where HM stands for Hameln-Pyrmont.
After the district code are two seals, one safety seal and one provincial seal, in this case Niedersachsen.
The euroband is optional since 1994/1995 and mandatory since November 2000.


Germany

Current passenger series used since 1956 in black on white, without euroband.
The registration consists of two letters, followed by a hyphen, one letter and three numerals.
The first two letters denote the district or town where ER stands for Erlangen.
After the district code are two seals, one safety seal and one provincial seal, in this case Bayern.
The euroband is optional since 1994/1995 and mandatory since November 2000.


Germany

Current passenger series used since 1956 in black on white, without euroband.
The registration consists of two letters, followed by a hyphen, two letters and one numeral.
The first two letters denote the district or town where FI stands for Finsterwalde.
After the district code are two seals, one safety seal and one provincial seal in grey, in this case Brandenburg.
The euroband is optional since 1994/1995 and mandatory since November 2000.


Germany

Current passenger series used since 1956 in black on white, without euroband.
The registration consists of two letters, followed by a hyphen, two letters and two numerals.
The first two letters denote the district or town where RD stands for Rendsburg-Eckernförde.
After the district code are two seals, one safety seal and one provincial seal, in this case Schleswig-Holstein.
The euroband is optional since 1994/1995 and mandatory since November 2000.


Germany

Current passenger series used since 1956 in black on white, without euroband.
The registration consists of two letters, above two letters and two numerals.
The first two letters denote the district or town where ER stands for Erlangen.
Top left and top right are two seals, one safety seal and one provincial seal, in this case Bayern.
The euroband is optional since 1994/1995 and mandatory since November 2000.


Germany

Current passenger series used since 1956 in black on white, without euroband.
The registration consists of two letters, followed by a hyphen, two letters and three numerals.
The first two letters denote the district or town where OS stands for Osnabrück.
After the district code are two seals, one safety seal and one provincial seal in grey, in this case Niedersachsen.
The euroband is optional since 1994/1995 and mandatory since November 2000.


Germany

Current passenger series used since 1956 in black on white, without euroband.
The registration consists of two letters, followed by a hyphen, two letters and three numerals.
The first two letters denote the district or town where TO stands for Torgau-Oschatz.
After the district code are two seals, one safety seal and one provincial seal in grey, in this case Sachsen.
The euroband is optional since 1994/1995 and mandatory since November 2000.
Note the DDR oval in the top left corner.


Germany

Current passenger series used since 1956 in black on white, without euroband.
The registration consists of three letters, followed by a hyphen, two letters and one numeral.
The first three letters denote the district or town where WIL stands for Wittlich & Bernkastel-Wittlich.
After the district code are two seals, one safety seal and one provincial seal in grey, in this case Rheinland-Pfalz.
The euroband is optional since 1994/1995 and mandatory since November 2000.


Germany

Current passenger series used since 1956 in black on white, without euroband.
The registration consists of three letters, followed by a hyphen, two letters and three numerals.
The first three letters denote the district or town where SAD stands for Schwandorf.
After the district code are two seals, one safety seal and one provincial seal in grey, in this case Bayern.
The euroband is optional since 1994/1995 and mandatory since November 2000.


Germany

Current passenger series used since 1956 in black on white, without euroband.
The registration consists of three letters, followed by a hyphen, two letters and three numerals.
The first three letters denote the district or town where LIP stands for Lippe.
After the district code are two seals, one safety seal and one (current) provincial seal, in this case Nordrhein Westfalen.
The euroband is optional since 1994/1995 and mandatory since November 2000.


Germany

Current passenger series used since 1956 in black on white, with euroband since January 1995.
The registration consists of one letter followed by two letters and two numerals.
The first letter denotes the district or town where K stands for Koln.
After the district code are two seals, one safety seal and one provincial seal, in this case Nordrhein-Westfalen.
Left of the registration is a blue band with the oval D in white below the twelve golden European stars.
The euroband is optional since 1994/1995 and mandatory since November 2000.
Note the oval F in the 12 yellow European flags.


Germany

Current passenger series used since 1956 in black on white, without euroband.
The registration consists of two letters followed by a hyphen, two letters and three numerals.
The first two letters denote the district or town where SB stands for Saarbrucken.
Note the absence of the seals.


Motorcycle series

Germany

Current motorcycle series used since 1956 in black on white, two-line plate with euroband since January 1995.
This plate size and format is permitted since 1st June 2011.
The registration consists of two letters above two letters and one numeral.
The first two letters denote the district or town where OE stands for Olpe.
In between the two lines are two seals, one safety seal and one provincial seal, in this case Nordrhein-Westfalen.
Top left of the registration is a blue band with the oval D in white below the twelve golden European stars.
The euroband is optional since 1994/1995 and mandatory since November 2000.


Germany

Current motorcycle series used since 1956 in black on white, two-line plate with euroband since January 1995.
The registration consists of two letters above one letter and three numerals.
The first two letters denote the district or town where RV stands for Ravensburg.
Top right are two seals, one safety seal and one provincial seal, in this case Baden-Württemberg.
Top left of the registration is a blue band with the oval D in white below the twelve golden European stars.
The euroband is optional since 1994/1995 and mandatory since November 2000.


Seasonal series

Germany

Current seasonal series used since 1997 in black on white, with euroband.
The registration consists of two letters followed by one letter and four numerals.
The first two letters denote the district or town where HI stands for Hildesheim.
After the district code are two seals, one safety seal and one provincial seal, in this case Niedersachsen.
The two numbers at the right of the registration indicate when the plate is valid, in this case from March first until end of October.
Left of the registration is a blue band with the oval D in white below the twelve golden European stars.
The euroband is optional since 1994/1995 and mandatory since November 2000.


Germany

Current seasonal series used since 1997 in black on white, with euroband.
The registration consists of two letters followed by two letters and two numerals.
The first two letters denote the district or town where MH stands for Mühlheim.
After the district code are two seals, one safety seal and one provincial seal, in this case Nordrhein-Westfalen.
The two numbers at the right of the registration indicate when the plate is valid, in this case from April first until end of October.
Left of the registration is a blue band with the oval D in white below the twelve golden European stars.
The euroband is optional since 1994/1995 and mandatory since November 2000.


Germany

Current seasonal series used since 1997 in black on white, with euroband.
The registration consists of three letters followed by two letters and two numerals.
The first three letters denote the district or town where WAF stands for Warendorf.
After the district code are two seals, one safety seal and one provincial seal, in this case Nordrhein-Westfalen.
The two numbers at the right of the registration indicate when the plate is valid, in this case from March first until end of October.
Left of the registration is a blue band with the oval D in white below the twelve golden European stars.
The euroband is optional since 1994/1995 and mandatory since November 2000.


Germany

Current seasonal motorcycle series used since 1997 in black on white, two-line plate with euroband.
This plate size and format is permitted since 1st June 2011.
The registration consists of two letters above one letter and three numerals.
The first two letters denote the district or town where KS stands for Kassel.
The two numbers at the middle of the registration indicate when the plate is valid, in this case from March first until end of October.
In between the two lines are two seals, one safety seal and one provincial seal, in this case Hessen.
Top left of the registration is a blue band with the oval D in white below the twelve golden European stars.
The euroband is optional since 1994/1995 and mandatory since November 2000.


Germany

Current seasonal motorcycle series used since 1997 in black on white, two-line plate with euroband.
This plate size and format is permitted since 1st June 2011.
The registration consists of two letters above two letters and two numerals.
The first two letters denote the district or town where TR stands for Trier.
The two numbers at the middle of the registration indicate when the plate is valid, in this case from March first until end of November.
In between the two lines are two seals, one safety seal and one provincial seal, in this case Rheinland Pfalz.
Top left of the registration is a blue band with the oval D in white below the twelve golden European stars.
The euroband is optional since 1994/1995 and mandatory since November 2000.


Germany

Current seasonal motorcycle series used since 1997 in black on white, two-line plate with euroband.
This plate size and format is permitted since 1st June 2011.
The registration consists of two letters above two letters and three numerals.
The first two letters denote the district or town where NE stands for Neuss.
The two numbers at the middle of the registration indicate when the plate is valid, in this case from May first until end of October.
In between the two lines are two seals, one safety seal and one provincial seal, in this case Nordrhein-Westfalen.
Top left of the registration is a blue band with the oval D in white below the twelve golden European stars.
The euroband is optional since 1994/1995 and mandatory since November 2000.


Germany

Current seasonal series used since 1997 in black on white, with euroband.
The registration consists of three letters above one letter and two numerals.
The first three letters denote the district or town where ERH stands for Erlangen-Höchstadt.
Bottom left are two seals, one safety seal and one provincial seal, in this case Bayern.
The two numbers at the top right of the registration indicate when the plate is valid, in this case from March first until end of November.
Top left of the registration is a blue band with the oval D in white below the twelve golden European stars.
The euroband is optional since 1994/1995 and mandatory since November 2000.


Germany

Current seasonal series used since 1997 in black on white, with euroband.
The registration consists of three letters above two letters and two numerals.
The first three letters denote the district or town where FFB stands for Fürstenfeldbruck.
Bottom left are two seals, one safety seal and one provincial seal, in this case Bayern.
The two numbers at the top right of the registration indicate when the plate is valid, in this case from March first until end of October.
Top left of the registration is a blue band with the oval D in white below the twelve golden European stars.
The euroband is optional since 1994/1995 and mandatory since November 2000.


Germany

Current seasonal series used since 1997 in black on white, with euroband.
The registration consists of three letters above one letter and three numerals.
The first three letters denote the district or town where OHA stands for Osterode am Harz.
Bottom left are two seals, one safety seal and one provincial seal, in this case Niedersachsen.
The two numbers at the top right of the registration indicate when the plate is valid, in this case from May first until end of October.
Top left of the registration is a blue band with the oval D in white below the twelve golden European stars.
The euroband is optional since 1994/1995 and mandatory since November 2000.


Temporary tourist series

Germany

Current temporary tourist series used since August 2000 in black on white.
The registration consists of one letter followed by one numeral and one letter.
The first letter denotes the district or town where F stands for Frankfurt.
After the district code is a seal with the text BUNDESFINANZVERWALTUNG - D.
Right of the registration is a red band with the year, month and day of expiry (30 October 2007).


Germany

Current temporary tourist series used since August 2000 in black on white.
The registration consists of one letter followed by three numerals and one letter.
The first letter denotes the district or town where D stands for Düsseldorf.
After the district code is a seal with the text BUNDESFINANZVERWALTUNG - D.
Right of the registration is a red band with the year, month and day of expiry (26 February 2010).


Germany

Current temporary tourist series used since August 2000 in black on white.
The registration consists of one letter followed by four numerals and one letter.
The first letter denotes the district or town where E stands for Essen.
After the district code is a seal with the text BUNDESFINANZVERWALTUNG - D.
Right of the registration is a red band with the year, month and day of expiry (23 August 2009).


Germany

Current temporary tourist series used since August 2000 in black on white.
The registration consists of two letters followed by one numeral and one letter.
The first two letters denote the district or town where DO stands for Dortmund.
After the district code is a seal with the text BUNDESFINANZVERWALTUNG - D.
Right of the registration is a red band with the year, month and day of expiry (4 July 2010).


Germany

Current temporary tourist series used since August 2000 in black on white.
The registration consists of two letters followed by one numeral and one letter.
The first two letters denote the district or town where MG stands for MÖnchengladbach.
After the district code is a seal with the text BUNDESFINANZVERWALTUNG - D.
Right of the registration is a red band with the year, month and day of expiry (8 March 2013).


Germany

Current temporary tourist series used since August 2000 in black on white.
The registration consists of two letters followed by two numerals and one letter.
The first two letters denote the district or town where HD stands for Heidelberg & Rhein-Neckar-Kreis.
After the district code is a seal with the text BUNDESFINANZVERWALTUNG - D.
Right of the registration is a red band with the year, month and day of expiry (11 May 2009).


Germany

Current temporary tourist series used since August 2000 in black on white.
The registration consists of two letters followed by three numerals and one letter.
The first two letters denote the district or town where EU stands for Euskirchen.
After the district code is a seal with the text BUNDESFINANZVERWALTUNG - D.
Right of the registration is a red band with the year, month and day of expiry (8 August 2008).


Germany

Current temporary tourist series used since August 2000 in black on white.
The registration consists of two letters above three numerals and one letter.
The first two letters denote the district or town where HB stands for Hansestadt Bremen.
Top left is a seal with the text BUNDESFINANZVERWALTUNG - D.
Top right of the registration is a red band with the year, month and day of expiry (4 October 2011).


Germany

Current temporary tourist series used since August 2000 in black on white.
The registration consists of two letters above three numerals and one letter.
The first two letters denote the district or town where OS stands for Osnabrück.
Top left is a seal with the text BUNDESFINANZVERWALTUNG - D.
Top right of the registration is a red band with the year, month and day of expiry (10 April 2010).


Germany

Current temporary tourist series used since August 2000 in black on white.
The registration consists of two letters, followed by four numerals and one letter.
The first two letters denote the district or town where HH stands for Hansestadt Hamburg.
After the district code is a seal with the text BUNDESFINANZVERWALTUNG - D.
Right of the registration is a red band with the year, month and day of expiry (9 March 2013).


Germany

Current temporary tourist series used since August 2000 in black on white.
The registration consists of three letters followed by three numerals and one letter.
The first letter denotes the district or town where KLE stands for Kleve.
After the district code is a seal with the text BUNDESFINANZVERWALTUNG - D.
Right of the registration is a red band with the year, month and day of expiry.


Germany

Current temporary tourist series used since August 2000 in black on white.
The registration consists of three letters followed by three numerals and one letter.
The first letter denotes the district or town where HAM stands for Hamm.
Right of the registration is a red band with the year, month and day of expiry (24 May 2006).
Note the absence of the seal.


Provisional series

Germany

Current provisional series valid for only five days in black on white.
The registration consists of one letter, followed by 04 and four numerals.
The first letter denotes the town or district where M stands for Munchen.
After the district code is a blue validation sticker.
Right of the registration is a yellow band with the day, month and year of validity (30 January 2009).


Germany

Current provisional series valid for only five days in black on white.
The registration consists of two letters, followed by 04 and four numerals.
The first two letters denote the town or district where MK stands for Märkischer Kreis.
After the district code is a blue validation sticker.
Right of the registration is a yellow band with the day, month and year of validity (21 June 2003).


Germany

Current provisional series valid for only five days in black on white.
The registration consists of three letters, followed by 04 and three numerals.
The first three letters denote the town or district where BIT stands for Bitburg-Prüm.
After the district code is a blue validation sticker.
Right of the registration is a yellow band with the day, month and year of validity (13 April 2010).


Trade series

Germany

Current trade series since 1956 in red on white, with euroband since January 1995.
The registration consists of one letter, followed by six numerals.
The first letter denotes the town or district where B stands for Berlin.
After the district code is the provincial seal, in this case Berlin.
The first two numerals, 06, are used for recurrent use (dealers).
Left of the registration is a blue band with the oval D in white below the twelve golden European stars.
The euroband is optional since 1994/1995 and mandatory since November 2000.


Germany

Current trade series since 1956, two-line plate in red on white, with euroband since January 1995.
The registration consists of one letter, above five numerals.
The first letter denotes the town or district where Z stands for Zwickauer Land.
After the district code is the provincial seal, in this case Sachsen.
The first two numerals, 06, are used for recurrent use (dealers).
Top left of the registration is a blue band with the oval D in white below the twelve golden European stars.
The euroband is optional since 1994/1995 and mandatory since November 2000.


Germany

Current trade series since 1956 in red on white.
The registration consists of two letters, followed by a hyphen and four numerals.
The first two letters denote the town or district where LC stands for Luckau.
Note that the LC code was only issued between 1991 and 1993.
After the district code is the provincial seal in grey, in this case Brandenburg.
The first two numerals, 06, are used for recurrent use (dealers).


Germany

Current trade series since 1956 in red on white, with euroband since January 1995.
The registration consists of two letters, followed by six numerals.
The first two letters denote the town or district where HB stands for Hansestadt Bremen.
After the district code is the provincial seal, in this case Bremen.
The first two numerals, 06, are used for recurrent use (dealers).
Left of the registration is a blue band with the oval D in white below the twelve golden European stars.
The euroband is optional since 1994/1995 and mandatory since November 2000.


Germany

Current trade series since 1956 in red on white.
The registration consists of three letters, followed by five numerals.
The first three letters denote the town or district where PB stands for Paderborn.
After the district code is the provincial seal, in this case Nordrhein-Westfalen.
The first two numerals, 06, are used for recurrent use (dealers)


Germany

Current trade series since 1956 in red on white, with euroband since January 1995.
The registration consists of two letters above five numerals.
The first two letters denote the town or district where FS stands for Freising.
Left of the district code is the provincial seal, in this case Bayern.
The first two numerals, 06, are used for recurrent use (dealers).
Top left of the registration is a blue band with the oval D in white below the twelve golden European stars.
The euroband is optional since 1994/1995 and mandatory since November 2000.


Germany

Current trade series since 1956 in red on white, with euroband since January 1995.
The registration consists of three letters, followed by five numerals.
The first three letters denote the town or district where KLE stands for Kleve.
After the district code is the provincial seal, in this case Nordrhein Westfalen.
The first two numerals, 06, are used for recurrent use (dealers).
Left of the registration is a blue band with the oval D in white below the twelve golden European stars.
The euroband is optional since 1994/1995 and mandatory since November 2000.


Germany

Current trade series since 1956 in red on white.
The registration consists of three letters, followed a hyphen and by five numerals.
The first three letters denote the town or district where HSK stands for Hochsauerlandkreis.
The first two numerals, 06, are used for recurrent use (dealers)
Note the absence of the provincial seal.


Historical series

Germany

Current historical series (over 30 years) since 1956 in black on white, with euroband since January 1995.
The registration consists of one letter, followed by one letter, three numerals and the letter H as suffix.
The first letter denotes the district or town where K stands for Koln.
After the district code are two seals, one safety seal and one provincial seal, in this case Nordrhein-Westfalen.
Left of the registration is a blue band with the oval D in white below the twelve golden European stars.
The euroband is optional since 1994/1995 and mandatory since November 2000.


Germany

Current historical series (over 30 years) since 1956 in black on white, with euroband since January 1995.
The registration consists of one letter, followed by two letters, three numerals and the letter H as suffix.
The first letter denotes the district or town where N stands for Nurnberg.
After the district code are two seals, one safety seal and one provincial seal, in this case Bayern.
Left of the registration is a blue band with the oval D in white below the twelve golden European stars.
The euroband is optional since 1994/1995 and mandatory since November 2000.


Germany

Current historical series (over 30 years) since 1956 in black on white, front plate with euroband since January 1995.
The registration consists of one letter, followed by two letters, three numerals and the letter H as suffix.
The first letter denotes the district or town where B stands for Berlin.
On front plates is since 1st January 2010 after the district code only one seal, the provincial seal, in this case Berlin.
Left of the registration is a blue band with the oval D in white below the twelve golden European stars.
The euroband is optional since 1994/1995 and mandatory since November 2000.


Germany

Current historical series (over 30 years) since 1956 in black on white, two-line plate with euroband since January 1995.
The registration consists of one letter above two letters, three numerals and the letter H as suffix.
The first letter denotes the district or town where K stands for Köln.
Top right are two seals, one safety seal and one provincial seal, in this case Nordrhein-Westfalen.
Top left of the registration is a blue band with the oval D in white below the twelve golden European stars.
The euroband is optional since 1994/1995 and mandatory since November 2000.


Germany

Current historical series (over 30 years) since 1956 in black on white, with euroband since January 1995.
The registration consists of one letter, followed by two letters, four numerals and the letter H as suffix.
The first letter denotes the district or town where B stands for Berlin.
After the district code are two seals, one safety seal and one provincial seal, in this case Berlin.
Left of the registration is a blue band with the oval D in white below the twelve golden European stars.
The euroband is optional since 1994/1995 and mandatory since November 2000.


Germany

Current historical series (over 30 years) since 1956 in black on white, with euroband since January 1995.
The registration consists of two letters, followed by one letter, three numerals and the letter H as suffix.
The first two letters denote the district or town where IN stands for Ingolstadt.
After the district code are two seals, one safety seal and one provincial seal, in this case Bayern.
Left of the registration is a blue band with the oval D in white below the twelve golden European stars.
The euroband is optional since 1994/1995 and mandatory since November 2000.


Germany

Current historical series (over 30 years) since 1956 in black on white, with euroband since January 1995.
The registration consists of two letters above one letter, three numerals and the letter H as suffix.
The first two letters denote the district or town where BM stands for Bergheim & Erftkreis.
After the district code are two seals, one safety seal and one provincial seal, in this case Nordrhein Westfalen.
Top left of the registration is a blue band with the oval D in white below the twelve golden European stars.
The euroband is optional since 1994/1995 and mandatory since November 2000.


Germany

Current historical series (over 30 years) since 1956 in black on white, with euroband since January 1995.
The registration consists of two letters, followed by two letters, one numerals and the letter H as suffix.
The first two letters denote the district or town where HS stands for Heinsberg.
After the district code are two seals, one safety seal and one provincial seal, in this case Nordrhein Westfalen.
Left of the registration is a blue band with the oval D in white below the twelve golden European stars.
The euroband is optional since 1994/1995 and mandatory since November 2000.


Germany

Current historical series (over 30 years) since 1956 in black on white, with euroband since January 1995.
The registration consists of two letters, followed by two letters, two numerals and the letter H as suffix.
The first two letters denote the district or town where BM stands for Bergheim & Erftkreis.
After the district code are two seals, one safety seal and one provincial seal, in this case Nordrhein Westfalen.
Left of the registration is a blue band with the oval D in white below the twelve golden European stars.
The euroband is optional since 1994/1995 and mandatory since November 2000.


Germany

Current historical series (over 30 years) since 1956 in black on white, with euroband since January 1995.
The registration consists of two letters, followed by two letters, three numerals and the letter H as suffix.
The first two letters denote the district or town where GÖ stands for Göttingen.
After the district code are two seals, one safety seal and one provincial seal, in this case Niedersachsen.
Left of the registration is a blue band with the oval D in white below the twelve golden European stars.
The euroband is optional since 1994/1995 and mandatory since November 2000.


Old-timer series

Germany

Current old-timer series since 1956 in red on white, no euroband.
The registration consists of two letters, followed by the numerals 07 and one numeral.
The first two letters denote the district or town where UN stands for Unna.
After the two letters is a provincial seal, in this case Nordrhein Westfalen.
These series are issued to veteran vehicles only used occasionally.


Germany

Current old-timer series since 1956 in red on white, no euroband.
The registration consists of three letters above the numerals 07 and one numeral.
The first three letters denote the district or town where STA stands for Starnberg.
Bottom left is a provincial seal, in this case Bayern.
These series are issued to veteran vehicles only used occasionally.


Germany

Current old-timer series since 1956 in red on white, with euroband since January 1995.
The registration consists of two letters above the numerals 07 and three numerals.
The first three letters denote the district or town where AC stands for Aachen.
Top right is a provincial seal, in this case Nordrhein-Westfalen.
Top left of the registration is a blue band with the oval D in white below the twelve golden European stars.
The euroband is optional since 1994/1995 and mandatory since November 2000.
These series are issued to veteran vehicles only used occasionally.


United States forces in Germany series

Germany

Current United States forces in Germany since October 2007 in black on white, with euroband since January 1995.
The registration consists of two letters, above two letters and three numerals.
The letters QQ are used since January 2010 for cars being shipped back to the US.
Top right is an inspection seal. There is no seal indicating the US forces.
Top left is a blue euroband with the letters USA in white below the NATO star.


Germany

Current United States forces in Germany since October 2007, front plate in black on white, with euroband since January 1995.
The registration consists of two letters, above two letters and three numerals.
The letters QQ are used since January 2010 for cars being shipped back to the US.
Top right is an inspection seal. There is no seal indicating the US forces.
Top left should be a blue euroband, but this is obscured by a sticker.


Germany

Current United States forces in Germany since October 2007, rear plate in black on white, with euroband since January 1995.
The registration consists of two letters, above two letters and three numerals.
The letters QQ are used since January 2010 for cars being shipped back to the US.
Top left should be a blue euroband, but this is obscured by a sticker.


Germany

Current United States forces in Germany since October 2007 in black on white, with euroband since January 1995.
The registration consists of two letters, above two letters and three numerals.
The letters SH are used since March 2009 for cars being shipped back to the US.
Top left and right two seals, one inspection seal and seal indicating the US forces.
Top left is a blue euroband with the letters USA in white below the NATO star.


Germany

Former United States forces in Germany issued between 3rd July 2000 and 19th November 2007 in black on white, with euroband since January 1995.
The registration consists of two letters, above two letters and three numerals.
The letters HK are used for US size plates after 2000.
Top left and right two seals, one inspection seal and seal indicating the US forces.
Top left is a blue euroband with the letters USA in white below the NATO star.


Germany

Former United States forces in Germany issued between 3rd July 2000 and 19th November 2007 in black on white, with euroband since January 1995.
The registration consists of two letters, above two letters and three numerals.
The letters AF are used for US size plates until 2000.
Top left and right two seals, one inspection seal and seal indicating the US forces.
Top left is a blue euroband with the letters USA in white below the NATO star.


Germany

Former United States forces in Germany issued between 3rd July 2000 and 19th November 2007 in black on white, with euroband since January 1995.
The registration consists of two letters, followed by two letters and three numerals.
The letters AD are used for European size plates.
After the letters AD is one inspection seal and seal indicating the US forces.
Left of the registration is a blue euroband with the letters USA in white below the NATO star.


Germany

Former United States forces in Germany since 3rd July 2000 in black on white, with euroband since January 1995.
The registration consists of two letters, followed by two letters and three numerals.
The letters IF are used for official vehicles since 2003.
After the letters IF is one inspection seal and seal indicating the US forces.
Left of the registration is a blue euroband with the letters USA in white below the NATO star.


Diplomatic series

Germany

Current diplomatic series since 1956 in black on white.
The registration consists of the numeral 0, followed by two numerals, a hyphen and one numeral.
The first two numerals denote the embassy where 24 stands for Myanmar.
After the district code are two seals, one safety seal and one provincial seal, in this case Berlin.
Left of the registration is a blue band with the oval D in white below the twelve golden European stars.
The euroband is optional since 1994/1995 and mandatory since November 2000.


Germany

Current diplomatic series since 1956 in black on white.
The registration consists of the numeral 0, followed by two numerals, a hyphen and one numeral.
The first two numerals denote the embassy where 34 stands for Denmark .
After the district code are two seals, one safety seal and one provincial seal, in this case Berlin.
Left of the registration is a blue band with the oval D in white below the twelve golden European stars.
The euroband is optional since 1994/1995 and mandatory since November 2000.


Germany

Current diplomatic series since 1956 in black on white.
The registration consists of the numeral 0, followed by two numerals, a hyphen and two numerals.
The first two numerals denote the embassy where 21 stands for Belgium.
After the district code are two seals, one safety seal and one provincial seal, in this case Berlin.
Left of the registration is a blue band with the oval D in white below the twelve golden European stars.
The euroband is optional since 1994/1995 and mandatory since November 2000.


Germany

Current diplomatic series since 1956 in black on white.
The registration consists of the numeral 0, followed by three numerals, a hyphen and one numeral.
The first three numerals denote the embassy where 131 stands for Tanzania.
After the district code are two seals, one safety seal and one provincial seal, in this case Nordrhein-Westfalen.
Left of the registration is a blue band with the oval D in white below the twelve golden European stars.
The euroband is optional since 1994/1995 and mandatory since November 2000.


Germany

Current diplomatic series since 1956 in black on white.
The registration consists of the numeral 0, followed by three numerals, a hyphen and two numerals.
The first three numerals denote the embassy where 112 stands for Portugal.
After the district code are two seals, one safety seal and one provincial seal, in this case Berlin.
Left of the registration is a blue band with the oval D in white below the twelve golden European stars.
The euroband is optional since 1994/1995 and mandatory since November 2000.


Germany

Current diplomatic series since 1956 in black on white.
The registration consists of the numeral 0 above two numerals, a hyphen and two numeral.
The first two numerals denote the embassy where 17 stands for U.S.A.
Top right are two seals, one safety seal and one provincial seal, in this case Berlin.
Top left of the registration is a blue band with the oval D in white below the twelve golden European stars.
The euroband is optional since 1994/1995 and mandatory since November 2000.


Germany

Current diplomatic series since 1956 in black on white.
The registration consists of the numeral 0 above three numerals, a hyphen and two numeral.
The first three numerals denote the embassy where 193 stands for Framework Convention on Climate Change.
Top right are two seals, one safety seal and one provincial seal, in this case Nordrhein-Westfalen.
Top left of the registration is a blue band with the oval D in white below the twelve golden European stars.
The euroband is optional since 1994/1995 and mandatory since November 2000.


Germany

Current semi-diplomatic series since 1956 in black on white.
The registration consists of one letter, followed by two numerals, a hyphen and three numerals.
The first letter denotes the town or province where B stands for Berlin.
The first two numerals denote the embassy code where 97 stands for The Netherlands.
After the district code are two seals, one safety seal and one provincial seal, in this case Berlin.
Left of the registration is a blue euroband with the oval D in white below the twelve European golden stars.
The euroband is optional since 1994/1995 and mandatory since November 2000.


Germany

Current semi-diplomatic series since 1956 in black on white.
The registration consists of one letter, followed by two numerals, a hyphen and three numerals.
The first letter denotes the town or province where B stands for Berlin.
The first two numerals denote the embassy code where 65 stands for Italy.
After the district code are two seals, one safety seal and one provincial seal, in this case Berlin.
Left of the registration is a blue euroband with the oval D in white below the twelve European golden stars.
The euroband is optional since 1994/1995 and mandatory since November 2000.


Local official series

Germany

Former local official series issued between 1956 and February 2007 in black on white, with euroband.
The registration consists of two letters, followed by a three numerals, a hyphen and two numerals.
The first two letters denote the town or province where BN stands for Bonn.
Numbers between 1 and 199 are used for federal authorities.
After the district code are two seals, one safety seal and one provincial seal, in this case Nordrhein-Westfalen.
Left of the registration is a blue euroband with the oval D in white below the twelve European golden stars.
The euroband is optional since 1994/1995 and mandatory since November 2000.


Germany

Former local official series issued between 1956 and February 2007 in black on white, with euroband.
The registration consists of two letters, followed by a three numerals, a hyphen and three numerals.
The first two letters denote the town or province where BN stands for Bonn.
Numbers between 1 and 199 are used for federal authorities.
After the district code are two seals, one safety seal and one provincial seal, in this case Nordrhein-Westfalen.
Left of the registration is a blue euroband with the oval D in white below the twelve European golden stars.
The euroband is optional since 1994/1995 and mandatory since November 2000.


Germany

Former local official series issued between 1956 and February 2007 in black on white, with euroband.
The registration consists of one letter, followed by four numerals.
The first letter denotes the town or province where K stands for Koln.
Numbers between 9000 and 9999 are used for members of the Consular Corps Staff.
After the district code are two seals, one safety seal and one provincial seal, in this case Nordrhein-Westfalen.
Left of the registration is a blue euroband with the oval D in white below the twelve European golden stars.
The euroband is optional since 1994/1995 and mandatory since November 2000.


Germany

Former local official series issued between 1956 and February 2007 in black on white, with euroband.
The registration consists of one letter, followed by a hyphen and four numerals.
The first letter denotes the town or province where K stands for Koln.
Numbers between 6000 and 6999 are used for county, city and parish authorities.
After the district code are two seals, one safety seal and one provincial seal, in this case Nordrhein-Westfalen.
Left of the registration is a blue euroband with the oval D in white below the twelve European golden stars.
The euroband is optional since 1994/1995 and mandatory since November 2000.


Germany

Former local official series issued between 1956 and February 2007 in black on white, with euroband.
The registration consists of two letters, followed by a hyphen and three numerals.
The first two letters denote the town or province where ER stands for Erlangen.
Numbers between 200 and 299 are used for county, city and parish authorities.
After the district code are two seals, one safety seal and one provincial seal, in this case Bayern.
Left of the registration is a blue euroband with the oval D in white below the twelve European golden stars.
The euroband is optional since 1994/1995 and mandatory since November 2000.


Germany

Former local official series issued between 1956 and February 2007 in black on white, with euroband.
The registration consists of two letters, followed by a hyphen and three numerals.
The first two letters denote the town or province where ER stands for Erlangen.
Numbers between 200 and 299 are used for county, city and parish authorities.
Top right are two seals, one safety seal and one provincial seal, in this case Bayern.
Top left of the registration is a blue euroband with the oval D in white below the twelve European golden stars.
The euroband is optional since 1994/1995 and mandatory since November 2000.


Germany

Former local official series issued between 1956 and February 2007 in black on white, with euroband.
The registration consists of two letters, followed by three numerals.
The first two letters denote the town or province where HH stands for Hansestadt Hamburg.
Numbers between 900 and 999 are used for members of the Consular Corps Staff.
After the district code are two seals, one safety seal and one provincial seal, in this case Hamburg.
Left of the registration is a blue euroband with the oval D in white below the twelve European golden stars.
The euroband is optional since 1994/1995 and mandatory since November 2000.


Germany

Former local official series issued between 1956 and February 2007 in black on white, no euroband.
The registration consists of two letters, followed by a hyphen and four numerals.
The first two letters denote the town or province where DN stands for Düren.
Numbers between 3000 and 3999 are used for the police.
After the district code are two seals, one safety seal and one provincial seal, in this case Nordrhein-Westfalen.


Germany

Former local official series issued between 1956 and February 2007 in black on white, no euroband.
The registration consists of three letters, followed by a hyphen and three numerals.
The first three letters denote the town or province where DAU stands for Daun.
Numbers between 200 and 299 are used for county, city and parish authorities.
After the district code are two seals, one safety seal and one provincial seal, in this case Rheinland-Pfalz.


Germany

Current local official series since 1956 in black on white, with euroband.
The registration consists of three letters, followed by four numerals.
The first three letters denote the town or province where REG stands for Regen.
Numbers between 2000 and 2999 are used for county, city and parish authorities.
After the district code is the provincial seal, in this case Bayern.


Provincial official series

Germany

Current provincial official series since 1956 in black on white, with euroband.
The registration consists of three letters, followed by one numeral and three numerals.
The first three letters denote the province where NRW stands for Nordrhein-Westfalen.
The first numeral denotes the ministry where 3 stands for Minister President.
After the district code are two seals, one safety seal and one provincial seal, in this case Nordrhein-Westfalen.
Left of the registration is a blue band with the oval D in white below the twelve golden European stars.
The euroband is optional since 1994/1995 and mandatory since November 2000.


Germany

Current provincial official series since 1956 in black on white, with euroband.
The registration consists of three letters, followed by one numeral, a hyphen and one numeral.
The first three letters denote the province where LSA stands for Sachsen-Anhalt Land.
The first numeral denotes the ministry where 3 stands for Minister President.
After the district code are two seals, one safety seal and one provincial seal, in this case Sachsen-Anhalt.
Left of the registration is a blue band with the oval D in white below the twelve golden European stars.
The euroband is optional since 1994/1995 and mandatory since November 2000.


Germany

Current provincial official series since 1956 in black on white, with euroband.
The registration consists of three letters, followed by one numeral, a hyphen and two numerals.
The first three letters denote the province where MVL stands for MECKLENBURG-VORPOMMERN LAND.
The first numeral denotes the ministry where 3 stands for Minister President.
After the district code are two seals, one safety seal and one provincial seal, in this case Mecklenburg-Vorpommern.
Left of the registration is a blue band with the oval D in white below the twelve golden European stars.
The euroband is optional since 1994/1995 and mandatory since November 2000.


Germany

Current provincial official series since 1956 in black on white, with euroband.
The registration consists of three letters, followed by one numeral, a hyphen and four numerals.
The first three letters denote the province where NRW stands for Nordrhein-Westfalen.
The first numeral denotes the ministry where 5 stands for Department of Justice.
After the district code are two seals, one safety seal and one provincial seal, in this case Nordrhein-Westfalen.
Left of the registration is a blue band with the oval D in white below the twelve golden European stars.
The euroband is optional since 1994/1995 and mandatory since November 2000.


Federal official series

Germany

Current federal official series since 1956 in black on white, with euroband.
The registration consists of two letters, followed by two numerals, a hyphen and four numerals.
The letters BD stand for Bundestag/Bundesrat and the number 16 is used for Federal Customs Service.
After the district code are two seals, one safety seal and the federal seal.
Left of the registration is a blue euroband with the oval D in white below the twelve European golden stars.
The euroband is optional since 1994/1995 and mandatory since November 2000.


Germany

Current federal official series since 1956 in black on white, with euroband.
The registration consists of two letters, followed by two numerals, a hyphen and three numerals.
The letters BP stand for Bundespolizei since 2006.
The numerals 55 to 56 (55) are used for 2+ axle trailers. After the letters BG is the federal seal.
Left of the registration is a blue euroband with the oval D in white below the twelve European golden stars.
The euroband is optional since 1994/1995 and mandatory since November 2000.


Germany

Current federal official series since 1956 in black on white, with euroband.
The registration consists of two letters, followed by two numerals, a hyphen and three numerals.
The letters BG stand for Bundesgrenzschutz (frontier police).
The numerals 15 to 19 (18) are issued for estate cars. After the letters BG is the federal seal.
Left of the registration is a blue euroband with the oval D in white below the twelve European golden stars.
The euroband is optional since 1994/1995 and mandatory since November 2000.


Germany

Current federal official series since 1956 in black on white, with euroband.
The registration consists of two letters above by two numerals, a hyphen and three numerals.
The letters BG stand for Bundesgrenzschutz (frontier police).
The numerals 10 to 12 (12) are issued for motorcycles. After the letters BG is the federal seal.
Top left of the registration is a blue euroband with the oval D in white below the twelve European golden stars.
The euroband is optional since 1994/1995 and mandatory since November 2000.


Germany

Current federal official series since 1956 in black on white, without euroband.
The registration consists of two letters, followed by two numerals, a hyphen and three numerals.
The letters BG stand for Bundesgrenzschutz (frontier police).
The numerals 25 to 29 (25) are issued for vans. Below the hyphen is the federal seal.


Agricultural series

Germany

Current agricultural series used since 1956 in black on white, no euroband.
The registration consists of three letters above one letter and three numerals.
The first three letters denote the district or town where MON stands for Monchau.
The code MON became obsolete in 1971 but can still be seen around.
Note the absence of a euroband and seals.


Military series

Germany

Current military series in black on white.
The registration consists of the letter Y, followed by a hyphen, three numerals and three numerals.
Left of the registration is the German flag. Below the hyphen is the Bundeswehr army seal.


Germany

Current military series in black on white.
The registration consists of the letter Y, followed by a hyphen, two numerals above four numerals.
Left of the registration is the German flag. Below the hyphen is the Bundeswehr army seal.


Official NATO headquarters series

Germany

Current official NATO headquarters series in black on white.
The registration consists of the letter X, followed by a hyphen and four numerals.


German forces in France series

Germany

Current German forces in France series in white on black.
The registration consists of the letters DF, followed by four numerals.
Left of the registration is a blue band with the oval F in yellow below the twelve golden European stars.
The registrations between 5000-5999 have an unknown meaning.


Germany

Current German forces in France series, front plate in white on black.
The registration consists of the letters DF, followed by four numerals.
The registrations between 0001-3999 are used for Paris region.


Germany

Current German forces in France series in white on black.
The registration consists of the letters DF, followed by four numerals.
Left of the registration is a blue band with the oval F in yellow below the twelve golden European stars.
The registrations between 0001-3999 are used for Paris region.


Road tax free series

Germany

Current road tax free series since 2000 in green on white, with euroband.
The registration consists of one letter, followed by two letters and three numerals.
The first letter denotes the district where P stands for Potsdam.
After the district code are two seals, one safety seal and one provincial seal, in this case Brandenburg.
Left of the registration is a blue band with the oval D in white below the twelve golden European stars.
The euroband is optional since 1994/1995 and mandatory since November 2000.


Germany

Current road tax free series since 2000, front plate in green on white, with euroband.
The registration consists of one letter, followed by two letters and four numerals.
The first letter denotes the district where B stands for Berlin.
After the district code is the provincial seal, in this case Berlin.
Left of the registration is a blue band with the oval D in white below the twelve golden European stars.
The euroband is optional since 1994/1995 and mandatory since November 2000.


Germany

Current road tax free series since 2000 in green on white, without euroband.
The registration consists of two letters, followed by a hyphen, one letter and three numerals.
The first two letters denote the district where RS stands for Remscheid.
After the district code are two seals, one safety seal and one provincial seal, in this case Nordrhein-Westfalen.


Germany

Current road tax free series since 2000 in green on white, without euroband.
The registration consists of two letters, followed by a hyphen, two letters and three numerals.
The first two letters denote the district where FB stands for Friedberg (Hessen) & Wetteraukreis.
After the district code are two seals, one safety seal and one provincial seal, in this case Hessen.


Germany

Current road tax free series since 2000 in green on white, without euroband.
The registration consists of three letters, followed by a hyphen, two letters and two numerals.
The first three letters denote the district where FRG stands for Freyung-Grafenau.
After the district code are two seals, one safety seal and one provincial seal, in this case Bayern.


Germany

Current road tax free series since 2000 in green on white, without euroband.
The registration consists of three letters, followed by a hyphen, two letters and three numerals.
The first three letters denote the district where WES stands for Wesel.
After the district code are two seals, one safety seal and one provincial seal, in this case Nordrhein-Westfalen.


Moped series

Germany

Current moped series since 1996 in black on white.
The registration consists of three numerals above three letters.
Annually issued plates with lettering in annually changing colours, black, green or blue.
At the bottom of the plate is GDV and the year in full (2008) in small characters.
The plates are always valid from first of March.
Blocks of serials are issued by different insurance companies.


Germany

Moped plate since 1996 in green on white.
The registration consists of three numerals above three letters.
Annually issued plates with lettering in annually changing colours, black, green or blue.
At the bottom of the plate is GDV and the year in full (2010) in small characters.
The plates are always valid from first of March.
Blocks of serials are issued by different insurance companies.


Germany

Moped plate since 1996 in blue on white.
The registration consists of three numerals above three letters.
Annually issued plates with lettering in annually changing colours, black, green or blue.
At the bottom of the plate is GDV and the year (2000) in small characters.
The plates are always valid from first of March.
Blocks of serials are issued by different insurance companies.


Other series

Germany

Former amry series issued between 1924 and 1945, front plate in black on white.
The registration consists of the letters WH, followed by six numerals.
This plate was seen in a museum in Jersey and was used on the island during the war.


Germany

Former amry series issued between 1924 and 1945, rear plate in black on white.
The registration consists of the letters WH above by six numerals.
This plate was seen in a museum in Jersey and was used on the island during the war.


Germany

Special series seen on Berlin airport in black on white.
The registration consists of BRG, followed by one numeral.
Many of these types of plates can be seen.


Germany

This is possibly a German export remade and should be D-396 V whereby D stands for Düsseldorf.



Germany

Most likely a current passenger series from Ingolstadt.
It is probably a German number remade with a self-made French-styled German plate.
The driver can now drive without paying road taxes as long as he doesn't return to Germany.
When they are imported from Germany or other countries, dealers mostly register these cars with their old
registration plate before requesting one from the own country.


German vehicle registration plates start with a group of one, two or three letters, indicating the town or area of current registration.
Pictures of the entire code list

  • A
  •       Augsburg       Bayern
  • AA
  •       Aalen       Baden-Württemberg
  • AB
  •       Aschaffenburg       Bayern
  • ABG
  •       Altenburg       Thüringen
  • ABI
  •       Anhalt-Bitterfeld (Köthen)       Sachsen-Anhalt
  • AC
  •       Aachen       Nordrhein-Westfalen
  • AD
  •       U.S. Forces in Germany       
  • AE
  •       Auerbach/Vogtlandkreis       Sachsen
  • AF
  •       U.S. Forces in Germany       
  • AH
  •       Ahaus       Nordrhein-Westfalen
  • AIB
  •       Bad Aibling       Bayern
  • AIC
  •       Aichach-Friedberg       Bayern
  • AK
  •       Altenkirchen/Westerwald       Rheinland-Pfalz
  • ALF
  •       Alfeld Leine       Niedersachsen
  • ALZ
  •       Alzenau       Bayern
  • AM
  •       Amberg       Bayern
  • AN
  •       Ansbach       Bayern
  • ANA
  •       Annaberg       Sachsen
  • ANG
  •       Angermünde       Brandenburg
  • ANK
  •       Anklam       Mecklenburg-Vorpommern
  •       Altötting       Bayern
  • AP
  •       Apolda       Thüringen
  • APD
  •       Apolda       Thüringen
  • ARN
  •       Arnstadt       Thüringen
  • ART
  •       Artern       Thüringen
  • AS
  •       Amberg-Sulzbach       Bayern
  • ASL
  •       Aschersleben       Sachsen-Anhalt
  • ASZ
  •       Aue-Schwarzenberg       Sachsen
  • AT
  •       Altentreptow       Mecklenburg-Vorpommern
  • AU
  •       Aue       Sachsen
  • AUR
  •       Aurich       Niedersachsen
  • AW
  •       Ahrweiler       Rheinland-Pfalz
  • AZ
  •       Alzey-Worms       Rheinland-Pfalz
  • AZE
  •       Anhalt-Zerbst       Sachsen-Anhalt
  • B
  •       Berlin       
  • BA
  •       Bamberg       Bayern
  • BAD
  •       Baden-Baden       Baden-Württemberg
  • BAR
  •       Barnim (Eberswalde)       Brandenburg
  • BB
  •       Böblingen       Baden-Württemberg
  • BBG
  •       Bernburg       Sachsen-Anhalt
  • BBL
  •       BRANDENBURG LAND (Potsdam)       
  • BC
  •       Biberach       Baden-Württemberg
  • BCH
  •       Buchen       Baden-Württemberg
  • BD
  •       BUNDESTAG, BUNDESRAT       
  • BED
  •       Brand-Erbisdorf       Sachsen
  • BER
  •       Bernau       Brandenburg
  • BF
  •       Burgsteinfurt       Nordrhein-Westfalen
  • BGL
  •       Berchtesgadener Land       Bayern
  • BH
  •       Bühl       Baden-Württemberg
  • BI
  •       Bielefeld       Nordrhein-Westfalen
  • BID
  •       Biedenkopf       Hessen
  • BIN
  •       Bingen       Rheinland-Pfalz
  • BIR
  •       Birkenfeld       Rheinland-Pfalz
  • BIT
  •       Bitburg-Prüm       Rheinland-Pfalz
  • BIW
  •       Bischofswerda       Sachsen
  • BK
  •       Landkreis Börde (Haldensleben)       Sachsen-Anhalt
  • BK
  •       Backnang       Baden-Württemberg
  • BKS
  •       Bernkastel-Keus       Rheinland-Pfalz
  • BL
  •       Balingen       Baden-Württemberg
  • BLB
  •       Bad Berleburg       Nordrhein-Westfalen
  • BLK
  •       Burgenlandkreis (Naumburg)       Sachsen-Anhalt
  • BM
  •       Bergheim       Nordrhein-Westfalen
  • BN
  •       Bonn       Nordrhein-Westfalen
  • BNA
  •       Borna       Sachsen
  • BO
  •       Bochum       Nordrhein-Westfalen
  •       Bördekreis (Oschersleben)       Sachsen-Anhalt
  • BOH
  •       Bocholt       Nordrhein-Westfalen
  • BOR
  •       Borken       Nordrhein-Westfalen
  • BOT
  •       Bottrop       Nordrhein-Westfalen
  • BP
  •       BUNDESPOLIZEI       
  • BRA
  •       Brake       Niedersachsen
  • BRB
  •       Brandenburg       Brandenburg
  • BRG
  •       Burg bei Magdeburg       Sachsen-Anhalt
  • BRK
  •       Bad Brückenau       Bayern
  • BRL
  •       Braunlage       Niedersachsen
  • BRV
  •       Bremervörde       Niedersachsen
  • BS
  •       Braunschweig       Niedersachsen
  • BT
  •       Bayreuth       Bayern
  • BTF
  •       Bitterfeld       Sachsen-Anhalt
  • BÜD
  •       Büdingen       Hessen
  • BUL
  •       Burglengenfeld       Bayern
  • BÜS
  •       Büsingen       Baden-Württemberg
  • BÜZ
  •       Bützow       Mecklenburg-Vorpommern
  • BW
  •       BUNDESWASSER- UND       
  • BWL
  •       BADEN-WÜRTTEMBERG       
  • BYL
  •       BAYERN LAND (München)       
  • BZ
  •       Bautzen       Sachsen
  • C
  •       Chemnitz       Sachsen
  • CA
  •       Calau       Brandenburg
  • CAS
  •       Castrop-Rauxel       Nordrhein-Westfalen
  • CB
  •       Cottbus       Brandenburg
  • CE
  •       Celle       Niedersachsen
  • CHA
  •       Cham       Bayern
  • CLP
  •       Cloppenburg       Niedersachsen
  • CLZ
  •       Clausthal-Zellerfeld       Niedersachsen
  • CO
  •       Coburg       Bayern
  • COC
  •       Cochem-Zell       Rheinland-Pfalz
  • COE
  •       Coesfeld       Nordrhein-Westfalen
  • CR
  •       Crailsheim       Baden-Württemberg
  • CUX
  •       Cuxhaven       Niedersachsen
  • CW
  •       Calw       Baden-Württemberg
  • D
  •       Düsseldorf       Nordrhein-Westfalen
  • DA
  •       Darmstadt       Hessen
  • DAH
  •       Dachau       Bayern
  • DAN
  •       Lüchow-Dannenberg       Niedersachsen
  • DAU
  •       Daun       Rheinland-Pfalz
  • DBR
  •       Bad Doberan       Mecklenburg-Vorpommern
  • DD
  •       Dresden       Sachsen
  • DE
  •       Dessau-Roßlau       Sachsen-Anhalt
  • DEG
  •       Deggendorf       Bayern
  • DEL
  •       Delmenhorst       Niedersachsen
  • DGF
  •       Dingolfing-Landau       Bayern
  • DH
  •       Diepholz       Niedersachsen
  • DI
  •       Dieburg       Hessen
  • DIN
  •       Dinslaken       Nordrhein-Westfalen
  • DIZ
  •       Diez       Rheinland-Pfalz
  • DKB
  •       Dinkelsbühl       Bayern
  • DL
  •       Döbeln       Sachsen
  • DLG
  •       Dillingen an der Donau       Bayern
  • DM
  •       Demmin       Mecklenburg-Vorpommern
  • DN
  •       Düren       Nordrhein-Westfalen
  • DO
  •       Dortmund       Nordrhein-Westfalen
  • DON
  •       Donauwörth       Bayern
  • DU
  •       Duisburg       Nordrhein-Westfalen
  • DUD
  •       Duderstadt       Niedersachsen
  • DÜW
  •       Bad Dürkheim an der Weinstraße       Rheinland-Pfalz
  • DW
  •       Dippoldiswalde       Sachsen
  • DZ
  •       Delitzsch       Sachsen
  • E
  •       Essen       Nordrhein-Westfalen
  • EA
  •       Eisenach       Thüringen
  • EB
  •       Eilenburg       Sachsen
  • EBE
  •       Ebersberg       Bayern
  • EBN
  •       Ebern       Bayern
  • EBS
  •       Ebermannstadt       Bayern
  • ECK
  •       Eckernförde       Schleswig-Holstein
  • ED
  •       Erding       Bayern
  • EE
  •       Elbe-Elster (Herzberg)       Brandenburg
  • EF
  •       Erfurt       Thüringen
  • EG
  •       Eggenfelden       Bayern
  • EI
  •       Eichstätt       Bayern
  • EIC
  •       Eichsfeld (Heiligenstadt)       Thüringen
  • EIL
  •       Eisleben       Sachsen-Anhalt
  • EIN
  •       Einbeck       Niedersachsen
  • EIS
  •       Eisenberg       Thüringen
  • EL
  •       Emsland (Meppen)       Niedersachsen
  • EM
  •       Emmendingen       Baden-Württemberg
  • EMD
  •       Emden       Niedersachsen
  • EMS
  •       Bad Ems       Rheinland-Pfalz
  • EN
  •       Ennepe-Ruhr-Kreis (Schwelm)       Nordrhein-Westfalen
  • ER
  •       Erlangen       Bayern
  • ERB
  •       Erbach-Odenwald       Hessen
  • ERH
  •       Erlangen-Höchstadt       Bayern
  • ERK
  •       Erkelenz       Nordrhein-Westfalen
  • ERZ
  •       Erzgebirgskreis       Sachsen
  • ESB
  •       Eschenbach       Bayern
  • ESW
  •       Eschwege       Hessen
  • EU
  •       Euskirchen       Nordrhein-Westfalen
  • EW
  •       Eberswalde       Brandenburg
  • F
  •       Frankfurt am Main       Hessen
  • FB
  •       Friedberg Hessen       Hessen
  • FD
  •       Fulda       Hessen
  • FDB
  •       Friedberg bei Augsburg       Bayern
  • FDS
  •       Freudenstadt       Baden-Württemberg
  • FEU
  •       Feuchtwangen       Bayern
  • FF
  •       Frankfurt an der Oder       Brandenburg
  • FFB
  •       Fürstenfeldbruck       Bayern
  • FG
  •       Mittelsachsen (Freiberg)       Sachsen
  • FI
  •       Finsterwalde       Brandenburg
  • FKB
  •       Frankenberg       Hessen
  • FL
  •       Flensburg       Schleswig-Holstein
  • FLÖ
  •       Flöha       Sachsen
  • FN
  •       Friedrichshafen       Baden-Württemberg
  • FO
  •       Forchheim       Bayern
  • FOR
  •       Forst       Brandenburg
  • FR
  •       Freiburg im Breisgau       Baden-Württemberg
  • FRG
  •       Freyung-Grafenau       Bayern
  • FRI
  •       Friesland (Jever)       Niedersachsen
  • FRW
  •       Bad Freienwalde       Brandenburg
  • FS
  •       Freising       Bayern
  • FT
  •       Frankenthal       Rheinland-Pfalz
  • FTL
  •       Freital       Sachsen
  •       Fürth       Bayern
  • FÜS
  •       Füssen       Bayern
  • G
  •       Gera       Thüringen
  • GA
  •       Gardelegen       Sachsen-Anhalt
  • GAN
  •       Bad Gandersheim       Niedersachsen
  • GAP
  •       Garmisch-Partenkirchen       Bayern
  • GC
  •       Glauchau       Sachsen
  • GD
  •       Schwäbisch Gmünd       Baden-Württemberg
  • GDB
  •       Gadebusch       Mecklenburg-Vorpommern
  • GE
  •       Gelsenkirchen       Nordrhein-Westfalen
  • GEO
  •       Gerolzhofen       Bayern
  • GER
  •       Germersheim       Rheinland-Pfalz
  • GF
  •       Gifhorn       Niedersachsen
  • GG
  •       Groß-Gerau       Hessen
  • GHA
  •       Geithain       Sachsen
  • GHC
  •       Gräfenhainichen       Sachsen-Anhalt
  • GI
  •       Gießen       Hessen
  • GK
  •       Geilenkirchen       Nordrhein-Westfalen
  • GL
  •       Bergisch Gladbach       Nordrhein-Westfalen
  • GLA
  •       Gladbeck       Nordrhein-Westfalen
  • GM
  •       Gummersbach       Nordrhein-Westfalen
  • GMN
  •       Grimmen       Mecklenburg-Vorpommern
  • GN
  •       Gelnhausen       Hessen
  • GNT
  •       Genthin       Sachsen-Anhalt
  •       Göttingen       Niedersachsen
  • GOA
  •       St Goar       Rheinland-Pfalz
  • GOH
  •       St Goarshausen       Rheinland-Pfalz
  • GP
  •       Göppingen       Baden-Württemberg
  • GR
  •       Görlitz       Sachsen
  • GRA
  •       Grafenau       Bayern
  • GRH
  •       Großenhain       Sachsen
  • GRI
  •       Griesbach       Bayern
  • GRM
  •       Grimma       Sachsen
  • GRZ
  •       Greiz       Thüringen
  • GS
  •       Goslar       Niedersachsen
  • GT
  •       Gütersloh       Nordrhein-Westfalen
  • GTH
  •       Gotha       Thüringen
  •       Güstrow       Mecklenburg-Vorpommern
  • GUB
  •       Guben       Brandenburg
  • GUN
  •       Gunzenhausen       Bayern
  • GVM
  •       Grevesmühlen       Mecklenburg-Vorpommern
  • GW
  •       Greifswald       Mecklenburg-Vorpommern
  • GZ
  •       Günzburg       Bayern
  • H
  •       Hannover       Niedersachsen
  • HA
  •       Hagen       Nordrhein-Westfalen
  • HAB
  •       Hammelburg       Bayern
  • HAL
  •       Halle/Saale       Sachsen-Anhalt
  • HAM
  •       Hamm       Nordrhein-Westfalen
  • HAS
  •       Haßfurt       Bayern
  • HB
  •       Hansestadt Bremen       BREMEN SENAT
  • HBN
  •       Hildburghausen       Thüringen
  • HBS
  •       Halberstadt       Sachsen-Anhalt
  • HC
  •       Hainichen       Sachsen
  • HCH
  •       Hechingen       Baden-Württemberg
  • HD
  •       Heidelberg       Baden-Württemberg
  • HDH
  •       Heidenheim       Baden-Württemberg
  • HDL
  •       Haldensleben       Sachsen-Anhalt
  • HE
  •       Helmstedt       Niedersachsen
  • HEB
  •       Hersbruck       Bayern
  • HEF
  •       Bad Hersfeld-Rotenburg       Hessen
  • HEI
  •       Heide       Schleswig-Holstein
  • HEL
  •       HESSEN LAND (Wiesbaden)       
  • HER
  •       Herne       Nordrhein-Westfalen
  • HET
  •       Hettstedt       Sachsen-Anhalt
  • HF
  •       Herford       Nordrhein-Westfalen
  • HG
  •       Bad Homburg vor der Höhe       Hessen
  • HGN
  •       Hagenow       Mecklenburg-Vorpommern
  • HGW
  •       Hansestadt Greifswald       Mecklenburg-Vorpommern
  • HH
  •       Hansestadt Hamburg       
  • HHM
  •       Hohenmölsen       Sachsen-Anhalt
  • HI
  •       Hildesheim       Niedersachsen
  • HIG
  •       Heiligenstadt       Thüringen
  • HIP
  •       Hilpoltstein       Bayern
  • HK
  •       Heidekreis (Bad Fallingbostel)       Niedersachsen
  • HK
  •       U.S. Forces in Germany       
  • HL
  •       Hansestadt Lübeck       Schleswig-Holstein
  • HM
  •       Hameln-Pyrmont       Niedersachsen
  • HMÜ
  •       Hannoverisch Münden       Niedersachsen
  • HN
  •       Heilbronn       Baden-Württemberg
  • HO
  •       Hof Saale       Bayern
  • HOG
  •       Hofgeismar       Hessen
  • HOH
  •       Hofheim       Bayern
  • HOL
  •       Holzminden       Niedersachsen
  • HOM
  •       Homburg       Saarland
  • HOR
  •       Horb am Neckar       Baden-Württemberg
  • HOT
  •       Hohenstein-Ernstthal       Sachsen
  • HP
  •       Heppenheim an der Bergstraße       Hessen
  • HR
  •       Homberg       Hessen
  • HRO
  •       Hansestadt Rostock       Mecklenburg-Vorpommern
  • HS
  •       Heinsberg       Nordrhein-Westfalen
  • HSK
  •       Hochsauerlandkreis (Meschede)       Nordrhein-Westfalen
  • HST
  •       Hansestadt Stralsund       Mecklenburg-Vorpommern
  • HU
  •       Hanau       Hessen
  • HV
  •       Havelberg       Sachsen-Anhalt
  • HVL
  •       Havelland (Rathenow)       Brandenburg
  • HWI
  •       Hansestadt Wismar       Mecklenburg-Vorpommern
  • HX
  •       Höxter       Nordrhein-Westfalen
  • HY
  •       Hoyerswerda       Sachsen
  • HZ
  •       Harzkreis (Halberstadt)       Sachsen-Anhalt
  • IF
  •       U.S. Forces in Germany       
  • IGB
  •       St Ingbert       Saarland
  • IK
  •       Ilm-Kreis (Arnstadt)       Thüringen
  • IL
  •       Ilmenau       Thüringen
  • ILL
  •       Illertissen       Bayern
  • IN
  •       Ingolstadt       Bayern
  • IZ
  •       Steinburg (Itzehoe)       Schleswig-Holstein
  • J
  •       Jena       Thüringen
  • JE
  •       Jessen       Sachsen-Anhalt
  • JL
  •       Jerichower Land (Burg)       Sachsen-Anhalt
  • JÜL
  •       Jülich       Nordrhein-Westfalen
  • K
  •       Köln       Nordrhein-Westfalen
  • KA
  •       Karlsruhe       Baden-Württemberg
  • KB
  •       Korbach       Hessen
  • KC
  •       Kronach       Bayern
  • KE
  •       Kempten (Allgäu)       Bayern
  • KEH
  •       Kelheim       Bayern
  • KEL
  •       Kehl       Baden-Württemberg
  • KEM
  •       Kemnath       Bayern
  • KF
  •       Kaufbeuren       Bayern
  • KG
  •       Bad Kissingen       Bayern
  • KH
  •       Bad Kreuznach       Rheinland-Pfalz
  • KI
  •       Kiel       Schleswig-Holstein
  • KIB
  •       Kirchheimbolanden       Rheinland-Pfalz
  • KL
  •       Kaiserslautern       Rheinland-Pfalz
  • KLE
  •       Kleve       Nordrhein-Westfalen
  • KLZ
  •       Klötze       Sachsen-Anhalt
  • KM
  •       Kamenz       Sachsen
  • KN
  •       Konstanz       Baden-Württemberg
  • KO
  •       Koblenz       Rheinland-Pfalz
  • KÖN
  •       Königshofen       Bayern
  • KÖT
  •       Köthen       Sachsen-Anhalt
  • KÖZ
  •       Kötzting       Bayern
  • KR
  •       Krefeld       Nordrhein-Westfalen
  • KRU
  •       Krumbach       Bayern
  • KS
  •       Kassel       Hessen
  • KT
  •       Kitzingen       Bayern
  • KU
  •       Kulmbach       Bayern
  • KÜN
  •       Künzelsau       Baden-Württemberg
  • KUS
  •       Kusel       Rheinland-Pfalz
  • KY
  •       Kyritz       Brandenburg
  • KYF
  •       Kyffhäuserkreis (Sondershausen)       Thüringen
  • L
  •       Leipzig       Sachsen
  • LA
  •       Landshut       Bayern
  • LAU
  •       Lauf an der Pegnitz       Bayern
  • LB
  •       Ludwigsburg       Baden-Württemberg
  • LBS
  •       Lobenstein       Thüringen
  • LBZ
  •       Lübz       Mecklenburg-Vorpommern
  • LD
  •       Landau Pfalz       Rheinland-Pfalz
  • LDK
  •       Lahn-Dill-Kreis       Hessen
  • LDS
  •       Landkreis Dahme-Spreewald       Brandenburg
  • LEO
  •       Leonberg       Baden-Württemberg
  • LER
  •       Leer       Niedersachsen
  • LEV
  •       Leverkusen       Nordrhein-Westfalen
  • LG
  •       Lüneburg       Niedersachsen
  • LI
  •       Lindau/Bodensee       Bayern
  • LIB
  •       Bad Liebenwerda       Brandenburg
  • LIF
  •       Lichtenfels       Bayern
  • LIP
  •       Lippe (Detmold)       Nordrhein-Westfalen
  • LL
  •       Landsberg am Lech       Bayern
  • LM
  •       Limburg-Weilburg       Hessen
  •       Lörrach       Baden-Württemberg
  • LÖB
  •       Löbau       Sachsen
  • LOS
  •       Landkreis Oder-Spree (Beeskow)       Brandenburg
  • LP
  •       Lippstadt       Nordrhein-Westfalen
  • LR
  •       Lahr       Baden-Württemberg
  • LRO
  •       Landkreis Rostock       Mecklenburg-Vorpommern
  • LSA
  •       SACHSEN-ANHALT LAND       
  • LSN
  •       SACHSEN LAND (Dresden)       
  • LSZ
  •       Bad Langensalza       Thüringen
  • LU
  •       Ludwigshafen am Rhein       Rheinland-Pfalz
  • LÜN
  •       Lünen       Nordrhein-Westfalen
  • LUP
  •       Ludwigslust-Parchim (Parchim)       Mecklenburg-Vorpommern
  • LWL
  •       Ludwigslust       Mecklenburg-Vorpommern
  • M
  •       München [Munich]       Bayern
  • MA
  •       Mannheim       Baden-Württemberg
  • MAB
  •       Marienberg       Sachsen
  • MAI
  •       Mainburg       Bayern
  • MAK
  •       Marktredwitz       Bayern
  • MB
  •       Miesbach       Bayern
  • MC
  •       Malchin       Mecklenburg-Vorpommern
  • MD
  •       Magdeburg       Sachsen-Anhalt
  • ME
  •       Mettmann       Nordrhein-Westfalen
  • MEI
  •       Meißen       Sachsen
  • MEK
  •       Mittlerer Erzgebirgskreis       Sachsen
  • MER
  •       Merseburg       Sachsen-Anhalt
  • MET
  •       Mellrichstadt       Bayern
  • MG
  •       Mönchengladbach       Nordrhein-Westfalen
  • MGH
  •       Bad Mergentheim       Baden-Württemberg
  • MGN
  •       Meiningen       Thüringen
  • MH
  •       Mülheim an der Ruhr       Nordrhein-Westfalen
  • MHL
  •       Mühlhausen       Thüringen
  • MI
  •       Minden-Lübbecke (Minden)       Nordrhein-Westfalen
  • MIL
  •       Miltenberg       Bayern
  • MK
  •       Märkischer Kreis (Lüdenscheid)       Nordrhein-Westfalen
  • MKK
  •       Main-Kinzig-Kreis (Gelnhausen)       Hessen
  • ML
  •       Mansfelder Land (Eisleben)       Sachsen-Anhalt
  • MM
  •       Memmingen       Bayern
  • MN
  •       Mindelheim       Bayern
  • MO
  •       Moers       Nordrhein-Westfalen
  • MOD
  •       Marktoberdorf       Bayern
  • MOL
  •       Märkisch-Oderland (Seelow)       Brandenburg
  • MON
  •       Monschau       Nordrhein-Westfalen
  • MOS
  •       Mosbach       Baden-Württemberg
  • MQ
  •       Merseburg-Querfurt       Sachsen-Anhalt
  • MR
  •       Marburg-Biedenkopf       Hessen
  • MS
  •       Münster       Nordrhein-Westfalen
  • MSE
  •       Mecklenburgische Seenplatte       Mecklenburg-Vorpommern
  • MSH
  •       Mansfeld-Südharz (Sangerhausen)       Sachsen-Anhalt
  • MSP
  •       Main-Spessart (Karlstadt)       Bayern
  • MST
  •       Mecklenburg-Strelitz (Neustrelitz)       Mecklenburg-Vorpommern
  • MTK
  •       Main-Taunus-Kreis       Hessen
  • MTL
  •       Muldentalkreis (Grimma)       Sachsen
  •       Mühldorf am Inn       Bayern
  • MÜB
  •       Münchberg       Bayern
  • MÜR
  •       Müritz       Mecklenburg-Vorpommern
  • MVL
  •       MECKLENBURG-VORPOMMERN LAND (Schwerin)       
  • MW
  •       Mittweida       Sachsen
  • MY
  •       Mayen/Andernach       Rheinland-Pfalz
  • MYK
  •       Mayen-Koblenz (Koblenz)       Rheinland-Pfalz
  • MZ
  •       Mainz       Rheinland-Pfalz
  • MZG
  •       Merzig-Wadern       Saarland
  • N
  •       Nürnberg       Bayern
  • NAB
  •       Nabburg       Bayern
  • NB
  •       Neubrandenburg       Mecklenburg-Vorpommern
  • ND
  •       Neuburg an der Donau       Bayern
  • NDH
  •       Nordhausen       Thüringen
  • NE
  •       Neuss       Nordrhein-Westfalen
  • NEA
  •       Neustadt an der Aisch       Bayern
  • NEB
  •       Nebra       Sachsen-Anhalt
  • NEC
  •       Neustadt bei Coburg       Bayern
  • NEN
  •       Neunburg       Bayern
  • NES
  •       Bad Neustadt an der Saale       Bayern
  • NEW
  •       Neustadt an der Waldnaab       Bayern
  • NF
  •       Nordfriesland (Husum)       Schleswig-Holstein
  • NH
  •       Neuhaus am Rennweg       Thüringen
  • NI
  •       Nienburg Weser       Niedersachsen
  • NK
  •       Neunkirchen       Saarland
  • NL
  •       NIEDERSACHSEN LAND (Hannover)       
  • NM
  •       Neumarkt in der Oberpfalz       Bayern
  • NMB
  •       Naumburg       Sachsen-Anhalt
  • NMS
  •       Neumünster       Schleswig-Holstein
  •       Nördlingen       Bayern
  • NOH
  •       Nordhorn       Niedersachsen
  • NOL
  •       Niederschlesischer       Sachsen
  • NOM
  •       Northeim       Niedersachsen
  • NOR
  •       Norden       Niedersachsen
  • NP
  •       Neuruppin       Brandenburg
  • NR
  •       Neuwied am Rhein       Rheinland-Pfalz
  • NRW
  •       NORDRHEIN-WESTFALEN LAND (Düsseldorf)       
  • NU
  •       Neu-Ulm       Bayern
  • NVP
  •       Nordvorpommern (Grimmen)       Mecklenburg-Vorpommern
  • NW
  •       Neustadt an der Weinstraße       Rheinland-Pfalz
  • NWM
  •       Nordwestmecklenburg       Mecklenburg-Vorpommern
  • NY
  •       Niesky       Sachsen
  • NZ
  •       Neustrelitz       Mecklenburg-Vorpommern
  • 0(zero)
  •       DIPLOMATISCHES CORPS       
  • OA
  •       Oberallgäu (Sonthofen)       Bayern
  • OAL
  •       Ostallgäu (Marktoberdorf)       Bayern
  • OB
  •       Oberhausen       Nordrhein-Westfalen
  • OBG
  •       Osterburg       Sachsen-Anhalt
  • OC
  •       Oschersleben       Sachsen-Anhalt
  • OCH
  •       Ochsenfurt       Bayern
  • OD
  •       Bad Oldesloe       Schleswig-Holstein
  • OE
  •       Olpe       Nordrhein-Westfalen
  • OF
  •       Offenbach am Main       Hessen
  • OG
  •       Offenburg       Baden-Württemberg
  • OH
  •       Ostholstein (Eutin)       Schleswig-Holstein
  • OHA
  •       Osterode am Harz       Niedersachsen
  • OHV
  •       Oberhavel (Oranienburg)       Brandenburg
  • OHZ
  •       Osterholz       Niedersachsen
  • OK
  •       Ohrekreis (Haldensleben)       Sachsen-Anhalt
  • OL
  •       Oldenburg       Niedersachsen
  • OPR
  •       Ostprignitz-Ruppin (Neuruppin)       Brandenburg
  • OS
  •       Osnabrück       
  • OSL
  •       Oberspreewald-Lausitz       Brandenburg
  • OVI
  •       Oberviechtach       Bayern
  • OVL
  •       Obervogtland       Sachsen
  • OZ
  •       Oschatz       Sachsen
  • P
  •       Potsdam       Brandenburg
  • PA
  •       Passau       
  • PAF
  •       Pfaffenhofen an der Ilm       Bayern
  • PAN
  •       Rottal-Inn (Pfarrkirchen)       Bayern
  • PAR
  •       Parsberg       Bayern
  • PB
  •       Paderborn       Nordrhein-Westfalen
  • PCH
  •       Parchim       Mecklenburg-Vorpommern
  • PE
  •       Peine       Niedersachsen
  • PEG
  •       Pegnitz       Bayern
  • PF
  •       Pforzheim       Baden-Württemberg
  • PI
  •       Pinneberg       Schleswig-Holstein
  • PIR
  •       Sächsische Schweiz (Pirna)       Sachsen
  • PL
  •       Plauen       Sachsen
  • PLÖ
  •       Plön       Schleswig-Holstein
  • PM
  •       Potsdam-Mittelmark (Bad Belzig)       Brandenburg
  • PN
  •       Pößneck       Thüringen
  • PR
  •       Prignitz (Perleberg)       Brandenburg
  • PRÜ
  •       Prüm       Rheinland-Pfalz
  • PS
  •       Pirmasens       Rheinland-Pfalz
  • PW
  •       Pasewalk       Mecklenburg-Vorpommern
  • PZ
  •       Prenzlau       Brandenburg
  • QFT
  •       Querfurt       Sachsen-Anhalt
  • QLB
  •       Quedlinburg       Sachsen-Anhalt
  • QQ
  •       U.S. Forces in Germany       
  • R
  •       Regensburg       Bayern
  • RA
  •       Rastatt       Baden-Württemberg
  • RC
  •       Reichenbach im Vogtland       Sachsen
  • RD
  •       Rendsburg-Eckernförde       Schleswig-Holstein
  • RDG
  •       Ribnitz-Damgarten       Mecklenburg-Vorpommern
  • RE
  •       Recklinghausen       Nordrhein-Westfalen
  • REG
  •       Regen       Bayern
  • REH
  •       Rehau       Bayern
  • RG
  •       Riesa-Großenhain       Sachsen
  • RH
  •       Roth bei Nürnberg       Bayern
  • RI
  •       Rinteln       Niedersachsen
  • RID
  •       Riedenburg       Bayern
  • RIE
  •       Riesa       Sachsen
  • RL
  •       Rochlitz       Sachsen
  • RM
  •       Röbel/Müritz       Mecklenburg-Vorpommern
  • RO
  •       Rosenheim       Bayern
  • ROD
  •       Roding       Bayern
  • ROF
  •       Rotenburg Fulda       Hessen
  • ROK
  •       Rockenhausen       Rheinland-Pfalz
  • ROL
  •       Rottenburg Laaber       Bayern
  • ROS
  •       Rostock       Mecklenburg-Vorpommern
  • ROT
  •       Rothenburg ob der Tauber       Bayern
  • ROW
  •       Rotenburg an der Wümme       Niedersachsen
  • RP
  •       Rhein-Pfalz-Kreis       Rheinland-Pfalz
  • RPL
  •       RHEINLAND-PFALZ LAND (Mainz)       
  • RS
  •       Remscheid       Nordrhein-Westfalen
  • RSL
  •       Roßlau       Sachsen-Anhalt
  • RT
  •       Reutlingen       Baden-Württemberg
  • RU
  •       Rudolstadt       Thüringen
  • RÜD
  •       Rheingau-Taunus-Kreis       Hessen
  • RÜG
  •       Rügen       Mecklenburg-Vorpommern
  • RV
  •       Ravensburg       Baden-Württemberg
  • RW
  •       Rottweil       Baden-Württemberg
  • RZ
  •       Ratzeburg       Schleswig-Holstein
  • S
  •       Stuttgart       Baden-Württemberg
  • SAB
  •       Saarburg       Rheinland-Pfalz
  • SAD
  •       Schwandorf       Bayern
  • SAL
  •       SAARLAND LAND (Saarbrücken)       
  • SAN
  •       Stadtsteinach       Bayern
  • SAW
  •       Salzwedel       Sachsen-Anhalt
  • SB
  •       Saarbrücken       Saarland
  • SBG
  •       Strasburg       Mecklenburg-Vorpommern
  • SBK
  •       Schönebeck       Sachsen-Anhalt
  • SC
  •       Schwabach       Bayern
  • SCZ
  •       Schleiz       Thüringen
  • SDH
  •       Sondershausen       Thüringen
  • SDL
  •       Stendal       Sachsen-Anhalt
  • SDT
  •       Schwedt       Brandenburg
  • SE
  •       Bad Segeberg       Schleswig-Holstein
  • SEB
  •       Sebnitz       Sachsen
  • SEE
  •       Seelow       Brandenburg
  • SEF
  •       Scheinfeld       Bayern
  • SEL
  •       Selb       Bayern
  • SFB
  •       Senftenberg       Brandenburg
  • SFT
  •       Staßfurt       Sachsen-Anhalt
  • SG
  •       Solingen       Nordrhein-Westfalen
  • SGH
  •       Sangerhausen       Sachsen-Anhalt
  • SH
  •       SCHLESWIG-HOLSTEIN LAND (Kiel)       
  • SH
  •       U.S. Forces in Germany       
  • SHA
  •       Schwäbisch Hall       Baden-Württemberg
  • SHG
  •       Schaumburg (Stadthagen)       Niedersachsen
  • SHK
  •       Saale-Holzland-Kreis (Eisenberg)       Thüringen
  • SHL
  •       Suhl       Thüringen
  • SI
  •       Siegen-Wittgenstein       Nordrhein-Westfalen
  • SIG
  •       Sigmaringen       Baden-Württemberg
  • SIM
  •       Rhein-Hünsruck Kreis (Simmern)       Rheinland-Pfalz
  • SK
  •       Saalekreis (Merseburg)       Sachsen-Anhalt
  • SL
  •       Schleswig-Flensburg       Schleswig-Holstein
  • SLE
  •       Schleiden       Nordrhein-Westfalen
  • SLF
  •       Saalfeld       Thüringen
  • SLK
  •       Salzlandkreis (Bernburg)       Sachsen-Anhalt
  • SLN
  •       Schmölln       Thüringen
  • SLS
  •       Saarlouis       Saarland
  • SLÜ
  •       Schlüchtern       Hessen
  • SLZ
  •       Bad Salzungen       Thüringen
  • SM
  •       Schmalkalden-Meiningen       Thüringen
  • SN
  •       Schwerin       Mecklenburg-Vorpommern
  • SO
  •       Soest       Nordrhein-Westfalen
  • SOB
  •       Schrobenhausen       Bayern
  • SOG
  •       Schongau       Bayern
  • SOK
  •       Saale-Orla-Kreis (Schleiz)       Thüringen
  • SÖM
  •       Sömmerda       Thüringen
  • SON
  •       Sonneberg       Thüringen
  • SP
  •       Speyer       Rheinland-Pfalz
  • SPB
  •       Spremberg       Brandenburg
  • SPN
  •       Spree-Neiße (Forst)       Brandenburg
  • SR
  •       Straubing       Bayern
  • SRB
  •       Strausberg       Brandenburg
  • SRO
  •       Stadtroda       Thüringen
  • ST
  •       Steinfurt       Nordrhein-Westfalen
  • STA
  •       Starnberg       Bayern
  • STB
  •       Sternberg       Mecklenburg-Vorpommern
  • STD
  •       Stade Aug       Niedersachsen
  • STE
  •       Staffelstein       Bayern
  • STL
  •       Stollberg       Sachsen
  • SU
  •       Rhein-Sieg Kreis (Siegburg)       Nordrhein-Westfalen
  • SUL
  •       Sulzbach-Rosenberg       Bayern
  • SÜW
  •       Südliche Weinstraße       Rheinland-Pfalz
  • SW
  •       Schweinfurt       Bayern
  • SWA
  •       Bad Schwalbach       Hessen
  • SZ
  •       Salzgitter       Niedersachsen
  • SZB
  •       Schwarzenberg       Sachsen
  • TBB
  •       Tauberbischofsheim       Baden-Württemberg
  • TDO
  •       Nordsachsen       Sachsen
  • TE
  •       Tecklenburg       Nordrhein-Westfalen
  • TET
  •       Teterow       Mecklenburg-Vorpommern
  • TF
  •       Teltow-Fläming (Luckenwalde)       Brandenburg
  • TG
  •       Torgau       Sachsen
  • THL
  •       THÜRINGEN LAN (Erfurt)       
  • THW
  •       TECHNISCHES HILFSWERK       
  • TIR
  •       Tirschenreuth       Bayern
  • TO
  •       Torgau-Oschatz       Sachsen
  • TÖL
  •       Bad Tölz-Wolfratshausen       Bayern
  • TP
  •       Templin       Brandenburg
  • TR
  •       Trier       Rheinland-Pfalz
  • TS
  •       Traunstein       Bayern
  •       Tübingen       Baden-Württemberg
  • TUT
  •       Tuttlingen       Baden-Württemberg
  • UE
  •       Uelzen       Niedersachsen
  • UEM
  •       Ueckermünde       Mecklenburg-Vorpommern
  • UFF
  •       Uffenheim       Bayern
  • UH
  •       Unstrut-Hainich-Kreis       Thüringen
  • UL
  •       Ulm       Baden-Württemberg
  • UM
  •       Uckermark (Prenzlau)       Brandenburg
  • UN
  •       Unna       Nordrhein-Westfalen
  • USI
  •       Usingen       Hessen
  • V
  •       Vogtlandkreis (Plauen)       Sachsen
  • VB
  •       Vogelsbergkreis       Hessen
  • VEC
  •       Vechta       Niedersachsen
  • VER
  •       Verden       Niedersachsen
  • VG
  •       Vorpommern-Greifswald       Mecklenburg-Vorpommern
  • VIB
  •       Vilsbiburg       Bayern
  • VIE
  •       Viersen       Nordrhein-Westfalen
  • VK
  •       Völklingen       Saarland
  • VOH
  •       Vohenstrauß       Bayern
  • VR
  •       Vorpommern-Rügen       Mecklenburg-Vorpommern
  • VS
  •       Villingen-Schwenningen       Baden-Württemberg
  • W
  •       Wuppertal       Nordrhein-Westfalen
  • WA
  •       Waldeck       Hessen
  • WAF
  •       Warendorf       Nordrhein-Westfalen
  • WAK
  •       Wartburgkreis (Bad Salzungen)       Thüringen
  • WAN
  •       Wanne-Eickel       Nordrhein-Westfalen
  • WAT
  •       Wattenscheid       Nordrhein-Westfalen
  • WB
  •       Wittenberg       Sachsen-Anhalt
  • WBS
  •       Worbis       Thüringen
  • WDA
  •       Werdau       Sachsen
  • WE
  •       Weimar       Thüringen
  • WEL
  •       Weilburg       Hessen
  • WEN
  •       Weiden in der Oberpfalz       Bayern
  • WER
  •       Wertingen       Bayern
  • WES
  •       Wesel       Nordrhein-Westfalen
  • WF
  •       Wolfenbüttel       Niedersachsen
  • WHV
  •       Wilhelmshaven       Niedersachsen
  • WI
  •       Wiesbaden       Hessen
  • WIL
  •       Bernkastel-Wittlich       Rheinland-Pfalz
  • WIS
  •       Wismar       Mecklenburg-Vorpommern
  • WIT
  •       Witten       Nordrhein-Westfalen
  • WIZ
  •       Witzenhausen       Hessen
  • WK
  •       Wittstock       Brandenburg
  • WL
  •       Harburg (Winsen Luhe)       Niedersachsen
  • WLG
  •       Wolgast       Mecklenburg-Vorpommern
  • WM
  •       Weilheim-Schongau       Bayern
  • WMS
  •       Wolmirstedt       Sachsen-Anhalt
  • WN
  •       Waiblingen       Baden-Württemberg
  • WND
  •       St Wendel       Saarland
  • WO
  •       Worms       Rheinland-Pfalz
  • WOB
  •       Wolfsburg       Niedersachsen
  • WOH
  •       Wolfhagen       Hessen
  • WOL
  •       Wolfach       Baden-Württemberg
  • WOR
  •       Wolfratshausen       Bayern
  • WOS
  •       Wolfstein       Bayern
  • WR
  •       Wernigerode       Sachsen-Anhalt
  • WRN
  •       Waren       Mecklenburg-Vorpommern
  • WS
  •       Wasserburg       Bayern
  • WSF
  •       Weißenfels       Sachsen-Anhalt
  • WST
  •       Ammerland (Westerstede)       Niedersachsen
  • WSW
  •       Weißwasser       Sachsen
  • WT
  •       Waldshut       Baden-Württemberg
  • WTM
  •       Wittmund       Niedersachsen
  •       Würzburg       Bayern
  • WUG
  •       Weißenburg-Gunzenhausen       Bayern
  • WÜM
  •       Waldmünchen       Bayern
  • WUN
  •       Wunsiedel im Fichtelgebirge       Bayern
  • WUR
  •       Wurzen       Sachsen
  • WW
  •       Westerwaldkreis (Montabaur)       Rheinland-Pfalz
  • WZ
  •       Wetzlar       Hessen
  • WZL
  •       Wanzleben       Sachsen-Anhalt
  • X
  •       NATO HEADQUARTERS       
  • Y
  •       BUNDESWEHR       
  • Z
  •       Zwickau       Sachsen
  • ZE
  •       Zerbst       Sachsen-Anhalt
  • ZEL
  •       Zell/Mosel       Rheinland-Pfalz
  • ZI
  •       Löbau-Zittau       Sachsen
  • ZP
  •       Zschopau       Sachsen
  • ZR
  •       Zeulenroda       Thüringen
  • ZW
  •       Zweibrücken       Rheinland-Pfalz
  • ZZ
  •       Zeitz       Sachsen-Anhalt


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