Synonyms for hermsdorf or Related words with hermsdorf

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Examples of "hermsdorf"
Hermsdorf is served by the Berlin S-Bahn line S1 at the station Berlin-Hermsdorf.
Berlin-Hermsdorf (in German S-Bahnhof Berlin-Hermsdorf) is a railway station in the neighbourhood of Hermsdorf, in the city of Berlin, Germany. It is served by the Berlin S-Bahn and by several local buses.
"VfB" and "Turn- und Sportvereininigung 1899 Hermsdorf" were brought together following the war on 1 June 1945 as "Sportgruppe Hermsdorf". "TSV" was the product of the 1920 merger of "Deutscher Turnverein Theodor Körner Hermsdorf" (14 June 1866) and "Turnverein Jahn Hermsdorf" (1906). In May 1947 the club re-adopted its traditional name.
Hermsdorf is a "Verwaltungsgemeinschaft" ("collective municipality") in the district Saale-Holzland, in Thuringia, Germany. The seat of the "Verwaltungsgemeinschaft" is in Hermsdorf.
The "Verwaltungsgemeinschaft" Hermsdorf consists of the following municipalities:
VfB Hermsdorf is a German football club from the Hermsdorf district of Berlin. It is part of a larger sports club that has departments for athletics, badminton, basketball, bowling, chess, dance, gymnastics, handball, swimming, table tennis, and tennis.
Hermsdorf is a municipality in the Sächsische Schweiz-Osterzgebirge district, in Saxony, Germany.
Hermsdorf is a district ("Ortsteil") of Berlin located in the borough ("Bezirk") of Reinickendorf.
Hermsdorf () is a municipality in the Oberspreewald-Lausitz district, in southern Brandenburg, Germany.
The railway line between Weimar, Jena and Gera (via Stadtroda, Hermsdorf and Klosterlausnitz ) is called the Holzland Railway.
Albrecht Milnik (born November 10, 1931, in Hermsdorf, today Görlitz, as part of Gmina Zgorzelec) is a German forest scientist.
Charles Gotthold Reichel (14 July 1751 in Hermsdorf, Silesia – 18 April 1825 at Niesky, Prussia) was a Moravian bishop.
Petra Lux (born 1956 in Hermsdorf, Thuringia) is a German civil rights activist, journalist, novelist, Taichi and Qigong teacher.
The Thuringian Holzland lies within a triangle formed by the towns of Hermsdorf, Eisenberg and Stadtroda and between the rivers Saale, White Elster and Orlasenke. Originally it comprised the following 8 villages: Bad Klosterlausnitz, Hermsdorf, Oberndorf, Reichenbach, Schleifreisen, Sankt Gangloff, Tautenhain and Weißenborn.
After Göschwitz the line crosses the Saale and runs through the valley of the Roda to Stadtroda and then through the Zeitzgrund woodland to Hermsdorf in the Holzland. From Hermsdorf the line runs east of the valley of the Erlbach to Kraftsdorf and Töppeln to Gera, where it ends at the former Prussian station ("preußischen Bahnhof"), now the Hauptbahnhof.
After a number of seasons in lower division play "Hermsdorf" climbed to the Amateurliga Berlin (II) in 1955 where they had an unremarkable eight-year run. Following the establishment of the Bundesliga, Germany's new professional first division league, the country's football competition was re-structured and Hermsdorf became a third division side. They qualified for the Regionalliga Berlin (II) in 1965 and played at that level for three seasons before being relegated to the Amateurliga Berlin (III) and then slipping to lower level play by the late 60s. VfB Hermsdorf made a single season re-appearance in the Amateurliga in 1970–71 before falling to lower level local competition.
Hermsdorf is a village and a former municipality in the Börde district in Saxony-Anhalt, Germany. Since 1 January 2010, it is part of the municipality Hohe Börde.
Situated in the north-western suburb of Berlin, not too far from Tegel's forest and lake, it borders the localities of Hermsdorf, Lübars, Wittenau and Tegel.
A forester's son, Richard Dehmel was born in Hermsdorf near Wendisch Buchholz (now a part of Münchehofe) in the Brandenburg Province of the Prussian Kingdom.
In 2012 thanks to project called "Cycle Routes in Hermsdorf, Dittersbach and Bogatina, a lookoutin Hermsdorf", a lookout was built here. The building started in spring 2012 and the grand opening was on 15 September 2012. The lookout is called “The Cucumber”. It is 25 metres tall and 5 metres wide. It is all made of larch wood. The number of stairs up is 99 and down 90.