|Admin. region||Upper Bavaria|
|Town subdivisions||28 Stadtteile|
|Mayor||Felix Schwaller (CSU)|
|Area||41.55 km2 (16.04 sq mi)|
|Elevation||492 m (1614 ft)|
|Population||17,795 (31 December 2006)|
|- Density||428 /km2 (1,109 /sq mi)|
|Time zone||CET/CEST (UTC+1/+2)|
|Licence plate||RO (bis 1972 AIB)|
|Postal codes||83035 – 83043|
Bad Aibling is a town in Bavaria (Germany). It is a former district seat. It is on the river Mangfall about 35 miles southeast of Munich. Bad Aibling is a health resort (peat pulp bath and mineral water).
History[change | change source]
In 804, Bad Aibling was mentioned for the first time. After the second World War Bad Aibling has evolved to a major centre for intelligence organizations and secret services. In 2004 the US American Bad Aibling Echelon station closed after decades of operation. In 2016, ten people were killed in a train crash.
Number of people[change | change source]
In the town live about 18,000 people. It is 498 meters above sea level and covers an area of 41.55 km².
Images[change | change source]
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