Synonyms for friedrichsthal or Related words with friedrichsthal

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Examples of "friedrichsthal"
Josef Rank (Friedrichsthal, 10 June 1816 – Wien, 27 March 1896) was a German-Austrian writer.
Friedrichsthal is a municipality in the district of Nordhausen, in Thuringia, Germany.
The community has four centres named Wehrheim, Obernhain, Pfaffenwiesbach and Friedrichsthal.
Idlorpait is a former Moravian mission in southernmost Greenland located between the missions at Lichtenau and Friedrichsthal.
Before 1945 the area was part of Germany, and "Friedrichsthal" was part of the village of "Groß Brüskow".
Johannes Driessler (26 January 1921 in Friedrichsthal, Saarland – 3 May 1998 in Detmold) was a German composer, organist, and lecturer.
The village grew up around Hasserode Castle in the 12th century, but was abandoned by the 16th century and was only reoccupied again in 1768 by order of King Frederick II of Prussia, hence the name "Friedrichsthal" for the lower part of the parish and the village name of Hasserode-Friedrichsthal which has been used from time to time.
According to the Icelandic "Landnámabók", his family settled at Herjólfsfjörð on Herjólfsnes peninsula south of Brattahlíð, near modern Narsarmijit (Friedrichsthal) south of Nanortalik.
As part of Hesse's municipal reforms, the communities of Wehrheim, Obernhain, Pfaffenwiesbach and Friedrichsthal merged into the new greater community of Wehrheim in 1972.
Friedrichsthal is a town and a municipality in the district of Saarbrücken, of Saarland, Germany. It is situated approximately 13 km northeast of Saarbrücken.
Schools, roads, squares and mines have all been named after Maybach. The district of "Maybach" in the Saarland town of Friedrichsthal was also named after Albert von Maybach.
Tourism has been a factor at Chichen Itza for more than a century. John Lloyd Stephens, who popularized the Maya Yucatán in the public's imagination with his book "Incidents of Travel in Yucatan", inspired many to make a pilgrimage to Chichén Itzá. Even before the book was published, Benjamin Norman and Baron Emanuel von Friedrichsthal traveled to Chichen after meeting Stephens, and both published the results of what they found. Friedrichsthal was the first to photograph Chichen Itza, using the recently invented daguerreotype.
The 1967–68 season saw three new clubs in the league, SC Friedrichsthal, SC Ludwigshafen and SSV Mülheim, all three promoted from the Amateurliga, while no club had been relegated from the Bundesliga to the league.
Zagwiździe (German "Friedrichsthal") is a village in the administrative district of Gmina Murów, within Opole County, Opole Voivodeship, in south-western Poland. It lies approximately north of the regional capital Opole.
From 1845 to 1848, he executed a series of watercolors for Ernest I, Duke of Saxe-Coburg and Gotha: interior portraits of rooms at the various ducal residences in Coburg (Rosenau, Ehrenburg) and Gotha (Friedrichsthal, Winterpalais).
The 1969–70 season saw two new clubs in the league, ASV Landau and SC Friedrichsthal, both promoted from the Amateurliga, while no club had been relegated from the Bundesliga to the league.
Emanuel von Friedrichsthal (January 12, 1809 – March 3, 1842) was an Austrian traveler, daguerreotypist, botanist, and amateur archaeologist, who traveled through the Balkans and in Central America and documented his findings.
Wielichowo (German "Friedrichsthal") is a village in the administrative district of Gmina Słupsk, within Słupsk County, Pomeranian Voivodeship, in northern Poland. It lies approximately north-west of Słupsk and west of the regional capital Gdańsk.
The axis between "Friedrichsthal" and "Friedenstein" was turned into the "Orangeriegarten" between 1747 and 1774, designed by . This is the oldest part of the gardens still in existence today. By the time it was finished, however, this type of garden had become unfashionable.
On 25 April, the German Oranienburg Bridgehead advanced in order to disrupt the pincer movement of the Russian army. After numerous heavy battles, however, it was stopped at the railway line north of Germendorf. The heavy fighting continued into the next day. The Russian counterattack became stronger and in the following days Oranienburg, Germendorf, Friedrichsthal and Velten were taken.