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Burghaslach is a municipality and a market town in the district of Neustadt (Aisch)-Bad Windsheim in Franconia in Bavaria, Germany.
Neighbouring municipalities to Burghaslach are Geiselwind, Schlüsselfeld, Vestenbergsgreuth, Markt Taschendorf, Scheinfeld and Oberscheinfeld.
Burghaslach is between Würzburg and Nürnberg. It is accessible by slip road 77 of the Bundesautobahn 3
The municipality is composed of 16 districts:Breitenlohe
The name Burghaslach is derived from the German Burg what means castle and Haslach, a local river.
Burghaslach was independent from 1136.
In 1806, Burghaslach became a part of the Kingdom of Bavaria.
The mayor of Burghaslach is Armin Luther.
The membership of the council is distributed as follows:
The market is near the Bundesautobahn 3 Würzburg - Nürnberg slip road 77 Schlüsselfeld.
The ADAC declared the truck stop at Burghaslach as the winner of the 2008 European Service Area Competition. The truck stop was rated "very good" in five of nine categories. Among a total of 65 checked service areas in Germany, Austria, Italy, France and Switzerland the truck stop at Burghaslach came in first.