Katzwang, formerly a separate municipality, has been a part of Nuremberg in Bavaria, Germany, since 1 July 1972. It is located on a ford across the Rednitz river, in the south of the city (approx. 8 km away from the center).
The Rhine-Main-Danube canal, a navigable waterway linking the Main and Danube rivers, passes to the north of Katzwang. On 26 March 1979, while still under construction, the canal burst its banks close to Katzwang and flooded the village, killing a 12-year-old girl and causing widespread property damage.
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- Fehring, G.P, and Ress, A., 1977 reprinted 1982: Die Stadt Nürnberg. Kurzinventar, 2nd ed. (= Bayerische Kunstdenkmale; 10), pp. 356–361. Munich: Wilhelm Schwemmer, Deutscher Kunstverlag.
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