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Messtetten walk way
Baden-Wuerttemberg

The city Meßstetten are once a week, the Official Journal Meßstetten currently out. Publication day is on Friday in holiday weeks, even a deviating publication date is possible. The Official Journal contains official notices, information and reports on projects and construction of the city as well as communications from the churches, clubs, kindergartens, schools, through local authorities and other bodies. In addition, the medical and veterinary emergency service, the emergency service of the welfare center and the pharmacies on duty are published.

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