Synonyms for herzogtum or Related words with herzogtum
Examples of "herzogtum"
Krebssee is a lake in Kreis
Lauenburg, Schleswig-Holstein, Germany.
Garrensee is a lake in Ziethen, Kreis
Lauenburg, Schleswig-Holstein, Germany.
From 1794 temporarily occupied by the French, the village became part of the
Nassau, which was annexed to Prussia in 1866.
Bundesstraße 209 (B 209) is a German federal road that runs from Nienburg/Weser district in Lower Saxony to Schwarzenbek in the district of
Lanzer See is a lake in Kreis
Lauenburg, Schleswig-Holstein, Germany. At an elevation of 8,55 m, its surface area is 19.5 ha.
Pinnsee is a lake in Kreis
Lauenburg, Schleswig-Holstein, Germany. At an elevation of , its surface area is 2.5 ha.
After his death in 1920, Elisabeth remarried to Duke Adolf Friedrich of Mecklenburg, her first husband's half-brother, at Ludwigslust in (Groß-)
Drüsensee is a lake in Kreis
Lauenburg, Schleswig-Holstein, Germany. At an elevation of 14 m, its surface area is 73 ha.
Steinhorst (which roughly translates as Stone Refuge) is a municipality in Kreis
Lauenburg in Schleswig-Holstein. It belongs to the "Amt" Sandesneben-Nusse.
Lauenburg () is the southernmost "Kreis", or district, of Schleswig-Holstein, Germany. It is bordered by (from the west and clockwise) the district of Stormarn, the city of Lübeck, the state of Mecklenburg-Vorpommern (districts of Nordwestmecklenburg and Ludwigslust-Parchim), the state of Lower Saxony (districts of Lüneburg and Harburg), and the city state of Hamburg. The district of
Lauenburg is named after the former Duchy of Saxe-Lauenburg.
Bergedorf, situated in the south-eastern side of Hamburg, borders with the quarters of Lohbrügge, Billwerder, Allermöhe, Curslack and Altengamme; and with the district of
Lauenburg, in Schleswig-Holstein.
More west German districts have prefixes derived from the names of their capitals: Ammerland (WST, after Westerstede), Dithmarschen (HEI, after Heide in Dithmarschen), Harburg (WL, after Winsen upon Luhe),
Lauenburg (RZ, after Ratzeburg) etc.
Geesthacht () is the largest city in the District of the Duchy of Lauenburg (
Lauenburg) in Schleswig-Holstein in Northern Germany, 34 km southeast of Hamburg on the right bank of the river Elbe.
Friedrichsruh is a district in the municipality of Aumühle,
Lauenburg district, Schleswig-Holstein, in northern Germany. Friedrichsruh manor is known as a residence of the Bismarck noble family, mainly of Chancellor Otto von Bismarck from 1871 onwards.
The Duvensee paddle is the preserved part of a Mesolithic spade paddle, which was found during archaeological excavations of a Mesolithic dwelling area at Duvensee near Klinkrade (
Lauenburg) Schleswig-Holstein, Germany in 1926 by Schwantes.
The Duchy of Swabia (German: "
Schwaben") was one of the five stem duchies of the medieval German kingdom, and its dukes were thus among the most powerful magnates of Germany.
Mölln is a town in Schleswig-Holstein, Germany. It is surrounded by several small lakes (Stadtsee, Schulsee, Ziegelsee, Hegesee, Schmalsee, Lütauer See, Drüsensee, Pinnsee). The Elbe-Lübeck Canal flows through the town. Mölln belongs to the district of
Originally lying in the eastern part of the
Bayern, the town belonged since the 12th century to the
Österreich (Austria). Thereafter since 1490 Vorchdorf was assigned to the Fürstentum (Principality) "„Österreich ob der Enns“". During the Napoleonic Wars the town was occupied several times. Since 1918 the Gemeinde belonged to Upper Austria. After the Anschluss Austrias to the Deutsches Reich with 13 March 1938, Vorchdorf belonged to the "„Gau Oberdonau“". After 1945 the recovery of Upper Austria took place. The upper Austrian central government decided 1982 to upraise the Gemeinde to a market town.
With his acquisition of Saxon estates, Bernhard moved his residence and court to Wittenberg. In 1260 (with effect as from 1296 on) his grandsons split the "Duchy" into the Duchies of Saxe-Wittenberg (German: "
Sachsen-Wittenberg") and Saxe-Lauenburg (German: "
Sachsen-Lauenburg"), the latter holding the unconnected two northern territories. Wittenberg remained a residence of the House of Ascania until the extinction of this line in 1422. On his death, aged seventy-two, Bernhard was buried beside his father Albert and several of his brothers in the Church of the Benedictine monastery in Ballenstedt.
The Duchy of Brunswick Football Association (German: "Fußballbund für das
Braunschweig") was founded in May 1904 as the first governing body for football in the territory of Brunswick. Previously, clubs from Brunswick had only been able to play friendly matches. Eintracht Braunschweig's chairman Johannes Runge had been the driving force behind the creation of the new association. League play started with the 1904–05 season. During its first season, the champions of the newly founded "1. Spielklasse
Braunschweig" qualified directly for the German football championship play-off.
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