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Examples of "frankenthal"
Frankenthal Hauptbahnhof is the main railway station for the city of Frankenthal in the German state of Rhineland-Palatinate and is located on the Mainz–Ludwigshafen railway. It is classified by Deutsche Bahn as a category 4 station. Besides Frankenthal Hauptbahnhof the only other station in Frankenthal is Flomersheim. Another station is planned as Frankenthal Süd.
Antoine, or Anton Mirou (1578, Antwerp – 1621/1627, Frankenthal), was a Flemish Baroque landscape painter of the Frankenthal school.
Schoubroeck was born at Hessheim. According to the RKD he was active in Italy in 1595, Neurenberg in 1597-1600, and moved to Frankenthal in 1601. He painted landscapes and is considered a member of the school of Frankenthal. The school of Frankenthal included the painters Gillis van Coninxloo, Anton Mirou, and Hendrik van der Borcht the elder & son. He died in Frankenthal.
He is considered a member of the school of Frankenthal. The school of Frankenthal included the painters Gillis van Coninxloo, Anton Mirou, Pieter Schoubroeck, and his son.
In November 1853, the Hessian Ludwig Railway completed the section of the Mainz–Ludwigshafen line from the Palatine Ludwig Railway to the Hessian border in Frankenthal. The station in Frankenthal was built initially as a temporary structure. By 1860 the line was between Worms and Ludwigshafen am Rhein was duplicated. The official inauguration of the permanent Frankenthal station was held on 15 November 1870. The Freinsheim–Frankenthal line opened to the station on 15 October 1877.
Frankenthal was born into a family of prominent Jewish butchers in Schmallenberg, Province of Westphalia. In the Frankenthal home the Jewish religion was strictly followed mainly due to the Orthodox Jewish traditions of Frankenthal's mother, Adele Frankenthal. In the village of Schmallenberg there was a strong Christian, mainly Roman Catholic, presence.
From 1891 to 1939, the metre gauge Frankenthal–Großkarlbach Local Railway ("Lokalbahn Ludwigshafen–Großkarlbach") ran from the station to Großkarlbach. From 1890 to 1933, the Ludwigshafen–Frankenthal Local Railway ("Lokalbahn Ludwigshafen–Frankenthal") ran to Ludwigshafen. South of the station there was a connection between the local railways and the standard gauge railway to allow the transhipment of freight.
According to the RKD he moved with his family to Frankenthal in 1586 and declared that he was 24 there in 1602. He painted landscapes and is considered a member of the school of Frankenthal. The school of Frankenthal included the painters Gillis van Coninxloo, Pieter Schoubroeck, and Hendrik van der Borcht the elder & son.
Freinsheim station is at the junction of the "Pfälzische Nordbahn" (Bad Dürkheim–Grünstadt) and the Freinsheim–Frankenthal railway line, affording direct links towards Neustadt, Frankenthal and, by way of Grünstadt, to Monsheim or Ramsen.
The station is centrally located in the city of Frankenthal. The station is served by various lines and is the terminus of the Freinsheim–Frankenthal line. In the station there is a bakery, a kiosk and a newsagent.
It is situated approximately 6 km southwest of Frankenthal, and 11 km west of Ludwigshafen.
In the Thirty Years' War, Beindersheim has a hard time, especially since it is in the immediate vicinity of the fortified town of Frankenthal. In 1621, the Spanish army besieged Spinolas Frankenthal. In Beindersheim the supplies are plundered and buildings are set on fire. In 1632, the Swedes laid the foundations for Frankenthal and in 1635 the Spaniards took over the city. In 1644-1646 the whole of the desolation of Beindersheim by the French, which laid siege on the Frankenthal occupied by the Spaniards.
Heuchelheim bei Frankenthal is a municipality in the Rhein-Pfalz-Kreis, in Rhineland-Palatinate, Germany.
He was born in Frankenthal. Cyprian Godebski was his father, and Dobrogost his pseudonym.
"Aydın" class minehunter (subclass of Fr. Lürssen Werft GmbH & Co. KG "Frankenthal" class minehunter):
Julius von Michel (5 July 1843 – 29 September 1911) was a German ophthalmologist born in Frankenthal.
He is possibly the brother of the painter Sebastian van der Borcht, active in Frankenthal.
Arnold Fanck was born on 6 March 1889 in Frankenthal, Germany.
Frankenthal (Pfalz) is a town in southwestern Germany, in the state of Rhineland-Palatinate.
From both Neustadt and Frankenthal run long-distance links towards Mannheim, Saarbrücken and Mainz.