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It is situated on the river Neckar , 9 kilometres 6 miles southwest of Heilbronn. The small river Zaber flows into the Neckar at this point. The neck of the previous great bow in the course of the north-flowing Neckar was broken through by erosion somewhere between BC and BC  and for several centuries the watercourse survived as a ring of lakes. The old circular riverbed is now dry, apart from one small artificial lake. Along the old riverbed, a round hill was formed — its slopes now partially covered by the Kaywald forest and with other areas given over to the cultivation of vines.
There is a hill on the western bank of the Neckar at the centre point of the ancient river bow. This hill became separated from another on the present eastern bank when the river broke through. Lauffen grew up on the western bank, on the ridge which is the site of today's Regiswindis Church.
This hill settlement became known as Lauffen-Dorf Lauffen village. In the middle of the river, between the two hills, is an island with a castle. This castle, originally the seat of the Earls of Lauffen, is now home to the town hall — the island itself is a nature reserve.
Another settlement, Lauffen-Stadt Lauffen town , later established itself on the hill on the eastern bank. The two districts, Lauffen-Dorf and Lauffen-Stadt, are joined by a bridge. A smaller bridge from Lauffen-Stadt leads to the island and the town hall. It is presumed that this forested area was allocated to the town by its founders in around AD , as there was no other forest within its boundaries from which timber and firewood could be obtained.
All neighbouring villages as far as Heilbronn and Kircheim come under the Landkreis district Heilbronn. Lauffen has combined with Neckarwestheim and Nordheim to form a joint association of administrations. The defunct hamlets of Osterhofen and Talhofen originally lay within its bounds. It is presumed that the area around Lauffen had already been settled in pre-Christian times, although the only evidence consists of a few bones. The settlement's high level of frequentation can be attributed to the shallow water between the present old Neckar bridge and the cliffs by the castle and Regiswindis Church.