Synonyms for frauendorf or Related words with frauendorf

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Examples of "frauendorf"
Frauendorf is a municipality in the Oberspreewald-Lausitz district, in southern Brandenburg, Germany.
Before 1945 when Golęcino was a part of Germany, the German name of this suburb was "Frauendorf".
Its name derived from the Serbian word "gospođa" ("lady" in English). In Serbian, the village is known as Госпођинци or "Gospođinci", in Croatian as "Gospođinci", in Hungarian as "Boldogasszonyfalva", and in German as "Frauendorf".
The eponymously titled album was announced by Connor Frauendorf, Future's manager, through social media on February 14, 2017. Future then followed up by posting on social media moments after.
Built by Ostseewerft in Frauendorf, now Golęcino, as the "Bragi" in 1925. She was used as a merchant vessel on the Baltic Sea and in 1926 she was sold to O.A. Müller, Hamburg, and renamed "Bostonlines".
Frauendorf is a borough of Bad Staffelstein in the Bavarian region of Upper Franconia. The town's name harks back to the year 1070, when it served as a gift to enable the establishment of the Frauenkloster ("Monastery of Our Lady").
The neighbouring community of Streitwald was incorporated into the town in 1973, followed by Greifenhain in 1995, Benndorf in 1997, and Eschefeld, Frauendorf, Roda, Nenkersdorf and Schönau in 1999. On 1 January 2008 Frohburg and the community of Eulatal formed an administrative collectivity which ended a year later when Eulatal joined the community of Frohburg.
Articles published by Dzierzon since 1844 in "Frauendörfer Blätter, herausgegeben von der prakt. Gartenbau-Gesellschaft in Bayern, redigirt von Eugen Fürst" ("Frauendorf News" of the Bavarian Gardeners Society) were collected by Rentmeister Bruckisch from Grottkau (Grodków) and re-published under the titles:
The Eula rises in the Eulawäldchen ("Little Eula Wood") south of the Geithain parish of Wickershain. It crosses the municipality of Geithain, flowing through the lido of "Oberfürstenteich". Beyond Geithain it collects the Salzbach from the left and the Kalkbach from the right. After passing through Niedergräfenhain, Frauendorf and Hermsdorf it reaches Prießnitz. Here it is joined from the right by the Frankenheimer Bach and the Little ("Kleine") Eula. Next it flows through Flößberg and Beucha to Kitzscher, collecting the Heinersdorfer Bach and Steingrundbach before reaching Beucha.
The eldest of her parents' six recorded children, Herta Geffke was born in (Frauendorf) on the north side of Stettin, at that time in Pomerania. Her father was a shoe maker: her mother worked as a washer-woman. Her younger brother, Hans Geffke, (1903-1985), would later achieve some notability as a Communist Party activist and, after his return from the Soviet Union in 1949, as a senior party official in the German Democratic Republic. On leaving school Herta Geffke herself went into domestic service, later moving on to become a print worker.
Krunert, Schirmer, Frank, Frauendorf, Maier, Franz Rieche, and Oesterrich were also involved in the manufacture and design of figures for the various dioramas. Krunert (a Viennese), like Gottstein an exile in London, was given the job of engraving for "‘The Battle of Quebec’". Unfortunately, the "‘death of Wolfe’" was found to be inaccurate and had to be re-designed. The names of the vast majority of painters employed by Gottstein are mostly unknown, most lived and worked on the continent, among them Gustave Kenmow, Leopold Rieche, L. Dunekate, M. Alexandre, A. Ochel, Honey Ray, and, perhaps Gottstein's top painter, Vladimir Douchkine (a Russian émigré who lived in Paris). Douchkine was responsible for painting two figures of the Duke of Marlborough on horseback for "‘The Blenheim Diorama’", one of which was used, the other, Gottstein being the true collector, was never released.