The Mindel is a river in Bavaria, southern Germany. The Mindel originates west of Kaufbeuren, in the Allgäu region, and flows generally north. It flows into the Danube (right tributary) east of Günzburg. The towns Mindelheim and Thannhausen lie along the Mindel.
The Mindel gave its name to the Mindel Glaciation in the Alps. This glacial period (approx. 350,000 - 250,000 years before present) is called Elsterian Stage (Elster / Elserian Glaciation) in northern Europe, and Anglian Stage in United Kingdom.
Shelton, Mindel. (design of the Trent Jones Cottage guest house at the Metedeconk National Golf Club in Jackson, New Jersey)
Feb 01, 1995; Designed as an abstracted cottage, an understated guest house welcomes visitors to a New Jersey golf club. Architects and...
3 by Shelton, Mindel; a trio of residences, each different but all fusing architecture and interior design. (Shelton, Mindel and Associates)
Jul 01, 1989; The residential properties shown represent three kinds of structures: a house addition, a triplex in an apartment building and an...