Synonyms for grevenbroich or Related words with grevenbroich

haiger              kleve              kronach              eppingen              dorsten              bretten              kamenz              schwandorf              friedrichsdorf              borken              oschatz              lippstadt              waiblingen              erkelenz              lichtenfels              weilheim              rheinhausen              uelzen              herzogenrath              pritzwalk              kitzingen              schorndorf              lebach              bischofswerda              oebisfelde              rheydt              hoyerswerda              hattingen              rottweil              coesfeld              wusterhausen              birkenwerder              altenstadt              hersbruck              eberswalde              ehingen              castrop              nordhausen              radolfzell              dieburg              kreuztal              hermsdorf              wermelskirchen              brilon              rommerskirchen              grimma              werdohl              menden              erlbach              ostheim             

Examples of "grevenbroich"
Grevenbroich consists of the urban quarters and villages:
1993 | The Gallery of the Grevenbroich Hospital, Hamburg (Germany)
Grevenbroich station is served by the following three services:
With stops by "Busverkehr Rheinland" (BVR, a bus operator owned by Deutsche Bahn) in the five bays of the bus station in the station forecourt, Grevenbroich station is the transport hub of Grevenbroich.
Diedrich Uhlhorn (* 3 June 1764 in Bockhorn; 1837 in Grevenbroich) was a German engineer.
In 1816 the districts Grevenbroich and Neuss were created when the whole area became part of Prussia. The city Neuss left the district in 1913 to become an urban district. In 1929 the two districts were merged into the new district Grevenbroich-Neuss, which was renamed to Grevenbroich in 1946. In 1975 the urban district of Neuss lost its independent status and was merged into the Grevenbroich district, which was renamed to "Kreis Neuss" to represent the new administrative seat. On May 26, 2003 it changed its name, and is now officially called "Rhein-Kreis Neuss".
Dorothee Wilms (October 11, 1929 in Grevenbroich) is a German politician.
Schahriar Bigdeli (born 26 March 1980 in Grevenbroich) is a retired German long jumper.
The community Hülchrath borders in the east on the strategic railway embankment and on the locality Neukirchen (Newchurch) (Grevenbroich).
Hape Kerkeling's fictional persona Horst Schlämmer has said Grevenbroich will be the new capital of Germany under his government.
Neurath Power Station is a lignite-fired power station at Neurath in Grevenbroich, Northrhine-Westphalia, Germany. It is located to the south of Grevenbroich, and it borders the municipalities of Rommerskirchen and Bedburg. The power station consists of seven units and it is owned by RWE.
The Battle of Wevelinghoven () or Battle of Grevenbroich ("Schlacht bei Grevenbroich") was the last battle of the Thirty Years' War. It took place on 14 June 1648 between Imperial and Hessian troops. Several sources cite the Julian date of 4 June.
Grevenbroich station is a junction station in the city of Grevenbroich in the German state of North Rhine-Westphalia. It is located at the junction of the Cologne–Mönchengladbach railway and the Düren–Neuss railway. It is classified by Deutsche Bahn as a category 4 station.
Hundhausen was born in Grevenbroich on 15 December 1878. His father, V. Hundhausen, was a factory owner. V. Hundhausen's grandfather, , was a friend of Ernst Moritz Arndt.
The Hunter Valley Grammar School is the sister school of the Erasmus-Gymnasium in Grevenbroich (NRW) in Germany, which visits the school yearly.
Hülchrath is a district of the municipality of Grevenbroich in North Rhine-Westphalia, Germany. It is known for its castle Schloss Hülchrath.
The Hessians under General Johann von Geyso were stationed in Neuss as an occupying power. To the south, on the territory of the Electorate of Cologne, were Imperial Troops under Field Marshal Guillaume de Lamboy. The Duchy of Jülich-Berg was neutral. As Hessian troops marched towards Grevenbroich, which belonged to Jülich, Duke Wolfgang William feared that an occupation of Grevenbroich by the Hessians would be seen by the Imperial side as an opportunity to declare the neutrality of Jülich-Berg as null and void. He therefore asked von Geyso for an undertaking that Grevenbroich would be spared. As a result, the Hessians did not occupy Grevenbroich and encamped near Wevelinghoven, in order to fall back to Neuss.
Birgit Hagen (born 6 June 1957 in Grevenbroich) is a German female former field hockey player who competed in the 1984 Summer Olympics.
With the commissioning of electronic interlocking at Grevenbroich on the Rheydt-Ehrenfeld route in 2007, the "Gnf" and "Gs" signal boxes were closed, but they still exist.
The line from Bedburg to Neuss Central Station ("Hauptbahnhof") runs next to the Erft. The railway crosses the Erft twice between Bedburg and Gustorf. Over the Gustorf–Bedburg section, it flows over a longer distance almost parallel to the railway line. The line is mainly single track; it has two tracks only between Grevenbroich and Holzheim. From the crossing of the A57 autobahn, the line is single track again until shortly before Neuss station. In Grevenbroich station it crosses the Cologne–Mönchengladbach railway .