Baden (disambiguation)

Baden is a historical state on the east bank of the Rhine River in the southwest of Germany, now the western part of the German state of Baden-Württemberg.

Baden may also refer to:

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Places

Austria

  • Baden bei Wien, a city in Lower Austria, close to Vienna
  • Baden District, Austria

Canada

France

Germany

Switzerland

Ukraine

  • Baden, Ukraine, a village in the Rozdilnianskyi Raion near Odessa

United States

People

Military bases

  • CFB Baden Soellingen, a former Canadian air force base in Germany

Other

  • Baden culture, an archaeological culture of the late Eneolithic
  • Baden School, Baden School of Neo-Kantians (also known as Southwest School)
  • Treaty of Baden, 1714 treaty that ended hostilities between France and the Holy Roman Empire
  • SMS Baden (1915), a Bayern class battleship of the German Imperial Navy during World War I



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