Bartholomä is a municipality in the German state of Baden-Württemberg, in Ostalbkreis district. Bartholomä is mainly a commuter town in the historical region of Swabia, that straddles the border between Baden-Württemberg and Bavaria.The language spoken in Bartholomä is the Swabian dialect. The businesses in Bartholomä are mainly German staples: a couple of bakeries and butcher shops, a local bar and grill called Zum Schwarzen Adler (the local resource for traditional German food) and its sister establishment, a medieval-themed venue for wedding banquets and such called Braighausen. There is also a complex of houses on the outskirts of town collectively called Amalienhof. Bartholomä is a 35-minute drive from Neresheim, home of the Neresheim Abbey. Wikipedia
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