A-12

A12 steht für folgende Autobahnen:

  • Bundesautobahn 12 in Deutschland
  • Inntal Autobahn in Österreich
  • A12 (Schweiz) in der Schweiz
  • A12 (Belgien) in Belgien (Brüssel – Boom – Antwerpen (Anvers) – Bergen op Zoom)
  • Autoroute A12 in Frankreich (Autoroute A12)
  • A12 (Italien) in Italien (Autostrada Azzurra)
  • Rijksweg 12 in den Niederlanden (Rijksweg 12)
  • A12 (Portugal) in Portugal (Lissabon - (Vasco da Gama Brücke) - A2 - Setubal)
  • A12 (Spanien) in Spanien (Autovía del Camino de Santiago: Pamplona - Logroño - Burgos - León)


A12 ist die Abkürzung für:

  • ein deutsches Raketenprojekt im Zweiten Weltkrieg, siehe A12 (Rakete)
  • eine Besoldungsgruppe für Beamte in Deutschland, siehe Gehobener Dienst
  • eine Landstraße in (England), die London mit Great Yarmouth verbindet
  • das U-Boot HMS A12 (Klasse A; Britische Marine)
  • ein Magazin für Hasselblad-Kameras


A-12 ist die Abkürzung für:


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