Synonyms for bergstedt or Related words with bergstedt

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Examples of "bergstedt"
Bergstedt borders the quarters of Lehmsahl-Mellingstedt, Wohldorf-Ohlstedt, Volksdorf, and Sasel. The streams and rivers of Furtbek, Lottbek, Rodenbek, and Saselbek flow through Bergstedt. There are two nature reserves, Hainesch/Iland and Rodenbeker Quellental.
John Bergstedt (born August 2, 1969) is a Swedish ski mountaineer.
Bergstedt had a successful musical career in Germany, having made the compositions of the children's musical "Ronia".
This is the second older prize awarded by the Academy, instituted on 12 May 1827, upon a donation by the Secretary of State Erik Bergstedt.
Paul Werner Wenneker (27 February 1890 – 17 October 1979) was a German admiral and diplomat. Born in Kiel, Wenneker died in Bergstedt, Hamburg.
The Wandsbek borough consists of Bergstedt, Bramfeld, Duvenstedt, Eilbek, Farmsen-Berne, Hummelsbüttel, Jenfeld, Lemsahl-Mellingstedt, Marienthal, Poppenbüttel, Rahlstedt, Sasel, Steilshoop, Tonndorf, Volksdorf, Wandsbek, Wellingsbüttel and Wohldorf-Ohlstedt.
"Wandsbek" is divided into the quarters Bergstedt, Bramfeld, Duvenstedt, Eilbek, Farmsen-Berne, Hummelsbüttel, Jenfeld, Lemsahl-Mellingstedt, Marienthal, Poppenbüttel, Rahlstedt, Sasel, Steilshoop, Tonndorf, Volksdorf, Wandsbek, Wellingsbüttel and Wohldorf-Ohlstedt.
Axel Bergstedt (born 1962) is a German conductor and composer, convicted of the murder of his wife in 1996. He currently lives in Brazil.
Harald Bergstedt (Harald Alfred Petersen, Køge, 10 August 1877 - Copenhagen, 19 September 1965) was a Danish writer, novelist, playwright and a poet.
Uncredited are the original novel by Harald Bergstedt, and the cues written by Ilf and Petrov (with the additional contribution of Sigizmund Krzhizhanovsky).
In 1248 Bergstedt, formerly a Saxonian Rundling, was first recorded under the name of "Bericstede". It does not relate to a "Berg" (mountain), but to a founder named "Beric". Also the part "-stedt" in the name refers to a Saxonian foundation, meaning "safe settlement" or safe "residence". The Church of Bergstedt ("Bergstedter Kirche") was also first recorded in 1248, its oldest parts originating from 13th century. Therefore it is one of the oldest church buildings in Hamburg.
He lived in front of the old cathedral of Ratzeburg, a well known Lutheran church. It is a center of church music, and conductor and organist became the beloved teacher of the young Bergstedt. Famous musicians like Peter Hurford and Helen Donath or the Academy of St. Martin in the Fields came to the cathedral, invited by Neithard Bethke. Later Bergstedt studied church music and conducting in Hamburg with conductor Klauspeter Seibel and organist .
Bergstedt was born in Östersund and has been member of the national team since 2007. He started ski mountaineering in 2006 and competed first in the "Vertex Vinter" race in 2007. He lives in Trillevallen.
In 1994 the book was made into a German musical called "Ronja Räubertochter". The musical is written by Axel Bergstedt in the German language, and has orchestra, band and more than one hundred people on the stage.
Bergstedt is a quarter of Hamburg, Germany, in the borough of Wandsbek. It is located on the northeastern border of the borough and of the city. It is part of the area of Walddörfer (lit. "forest villages").
Viveca Sten (née Bergstedt, 18 June 1959, Stockholm) is a Swedish writer and lawyer. She has a law degree from Stockholm University and has an MBA from the Stockholm School of Economics. Previously, she worked at Scandinavian Airlines.
Ragnar Fredrik Bergstedt (10 July 1889 – 22 October 1987) was a Swedish rower who competed in the 1912 Summer Olympics. He was a crew member of the Swedish boat "Göteborgs" that was eliminated in the first round of the eights tournament.
The stream begins at the street of "Volksdorfer Damm" in the Hamburg quarter of Bergstedt. It then flows westward and joins the Saselbek stream near the nature reserve of Hainesch/Iland, above the Old Mill. The stream name refers to a ford ("Furt-") and a small stream ("-bek").
Halvarsson was born in Östersund and has been member of the national team since 2006. He started ski mountaineering in 2000 and competed first in the Swedish Cup Ski Mountaineering in 2005. Together with Patrik Nordin, André Jonsson and John Bergstedt, he placed sixth in the relay event of the 2007 European Championship of Ski Mountaineering.
Volksdorf borders Schleswig-Holstein to the east, north and north east. The biggest local town is Ahrensburg which lies in the Stormarn district of Schleswig-Holstein. Volksdorf borders Bergstedt in the north-west, Sasel in the west and Farmsen-Berne in the south west. Volksdorf’s south west border features the Volksdorfer Woods and borders with Meiendorf (a part of the Rahlstedt quarter of Hamburg)