A 13

A13 steht für folgende Autobahnen:


A13 ist die Abkürzung für:

  • eine Besoldungsgruppe für Beamte in Deutschland, siehe Höherer Dienst
  • die Landstraße A13 (England) in England zwischen London und Great Yarmouth

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