Synonyms for haiger or Related words with haiger

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Examples of "haiger"
Haiger is a country town in the Lahn-Dill-Kreis in Hesse, Germany. The nearest city is Siegen, about 25 km north of Haiger.
Haiger station is on the Siegen–Gießen main line (Dill line) and the Heller Valley Railway from Haiger to Betzdorf, now classified as a single track main line, which was originally part of the Deutz–Giessen line. A third line, the Haiger–Breitscheid line is closed.
Ernst Haiger (10 June 1874 – 15 March 1952) was a German architect.
Haiger was born in Mülheim an der Ruhr. He studied at the Technical University in
younger years, Haiger was already a successful architect. Still a student, he entered a
the war Haiger lived in Wiesbaden and designed there a few more smaller buildings,
Haiger created and designed primarily drafts for noble stately homes, the
The TSV Steinbach is a German association football club from Steinbach, near Haiger, Hesse.
World War. After 1933, in the course of Hitler's plans to redesign Munich, Haiger -
without ever setting up another office again. Haiger died in Wiesbaden on 15 March
such as the well-known houses in Munich's Schwabing area (see below). Soon Haiger
He is married with three children and lives in Haiger, Germany.
The fresco paintings had been financed by the last two Knights of Haiger, Hermann and his son Jost.
The community is directly connected to the Deutsche Bahn railway network by the "Hellertalbahn" railway running from Haiger to Betzdorf.
Langenaubach is a village and a municipal district of Haiger in the Lahn-Dill-Kreis district in Hesse in Germany.
From the time of the building of a line, a direct connection was proposed between Siegen and Haiger, which was eventually opened in 1915. This shortened the connection between Siegen and Dillenburg by about 30 km, leading to a shift of traffic from the old line (now known as the Heller Valley Railway), which subsequently usually ran via Siegen and Haiger.
Geomorphologically, the Westerwald belongs to the Rhenish Massif, which forms the greater part of that range’s eastern half on the Rhine’s right bank. Likewise, the Gladenbach Uplands, lying east of the Dill, also belong to the Westerwald, whereas the mountains reaching up to 680 m near the Haiger Saddle ("Haiger Sattel") and east of Siegen are counted as part of the Rothaargebirge.
The Betzdorf–Haiger railway, also known in German as the Hellertalbahn (Heller Valley Railway), is a 36 kilometre long, single-track main line from Betzdorf to Haiger. The end points of the line are in the German states of Rhineland-Palatinate and Hesse. Between Struthütten and Niederdresselndorf it runs through North Rhine-Westphalia. It was built by the Cologne-Minden Railway Company between 1859 and 1862 as part of its line from Deutz and is one of the oldest railways in Germany. Passenger services are operated by the DreiLänderBahn. Trains run from Betzdorf via Haiger to Dillenburg, partly over a section of the Dill line.
World War II hit Haiger hard and bombings caused immense destruction. One bomb fell beside the church, but luckily did not go off, leaving the frescoes undamaged.
Kathrin Klaas (born 6 February 1984 in Haiger, Hesse) is a female hammer thrower from Germany. She is member of the Eintracht Frankfurt athletes team.