Synonyms for jork or Related words with jork

frauendorf              alsbach              hundsdorf              hohenfelde              hinterberg              seehausen              torgelow              steindorf              niendorf              neukirchen              hartmannsdorf              steinhorst              duvenstedt              bechhofen              holthausen              langenau              klettenberg              vluyn              vatterode              hude              lohne              pinnow              elsdorf              altenhof              deutschkreutz              rantrum              milde              weener              braunsfeld              dornheim              kolonie              neuenkirchen              ostrau              zierenberg              hehlen              malchin              kastell              petersdorf              ventschow              naundorf              glinde              gersdorf              ahorn              ahlbeck              fredersdorf              krappitz              wendeburg              herzogtum              jenfeld              estorf             

Examples of "jork"
· NOWY JORK CZWARTA RANO (leading role), director Krzysztof Krauze
· "Nowy Jork, czwarta rano" as Józek Polański - 1988
...emptying near , a locality of Jork, into the Elbe.
Jork belongs to the district of Stade, in Lower Saxony. The town is the capital of the Altes Land, one of the biggest fruit growing areas in Europe, and Jork is home to a Fruit Research Center.
Jork is a small town on the left bank of the Elbe, near Hamburg (Germany).
At the age of only 17, Carsten Eggers designed the coat of arms of the municipality of Jork.
In 1979 he had his first exhibition of paintings, in his home town of Jork, together with his father.
For example, Manchester is written as "Mançester", Los Angeles as "Los Anxheles", and New York as "Nju Jork", etc.
Jork was mentioned for the first time in a deed in 1221, then it belonged to the Prince-Archbishopric of Bremen in secular respect. As to religion Jork belonged to the Roman Catholic Diocese of Verden (till 1648). In 1648 the Prince-Archbishopric was transformed into the Duchy of Bremen, which was first ruled in personal union by the Swedish and from 1715 on by the British and Hanoverian Crown. In 1807 the ephemeric Kingdom of Westphalia annexed the Duchy, before France annexed it in 1810. In 1813 the Duchy was restored to the Electorate of Hanover, which - after its upgrade to the Kingdom of Hanover in 1814 - incorporated the Duchy in a real union and the ducal territory, including Jork, became part of the Stade Region, established in 1823. From 1885 to 1932 Jork served as the capital of the Prussian "District" "of Jork", comprising "Altes Land", the city of Buxtehude and its today component Neuland, then still an independent municipality. The former district forms since a part of today's "District of Stade".
Carsten Eggers, the son of the impressionist painter Richard Eggers, was born in Stade, in Lower Saxony, and grew up in the town of Jork" in the " region, an area of reclaimed marshland on the Elbe downstream from Hamburg.
Part of the second section connecting Horneburg with Jork was finished mid 2014 but open only to west bound motor bikes and passenger cars since 28 November 2014 and east bound since 17 July 2015.
The remaining stretch of the second section is under construction and will further connect Jork with Buxtehude and cross the river Este. It is planned to open with the third section.
Part of Łagiewniki was formerly known locally as "Nowy Jork" (Polish for New York), from a nickname given by the parish priest in the 1950s, perhaps due to its distance from the village centre or its perceived prosperity. This name came to be listed in the official records of place names, and was among the 365 names changed or delisted by the Polish Ministry of Internal Affairs with effect from 1 January 2010. The delisting of Nowy Jork attracted nationwide television and press coverage.
Nicolaus Schuback (February 18, 1700, Jork – July 28, 1783, Hamburg) was a lawyer from Germany. In the time from October 29, 1754 till August 28, 1782 he was mayor of Hamburg. Upon his death his family minted a special coin which was given to the people who attended the funeral.
Some of the filming locations were actual famous crime scenes. These include "The Haunted House at Nong Jork", an unfinished house where a construction worker was killed during a drunken brawl. Work then stopped on the house and it has been used since as a place where criminals dump dead bodies.
In 1776 he married Eva König, who was then a widow, in Jork (near Hamburg). She died in 1778 after giving birth to a short-lived son. On 15 February 1781, Lessing, aged 52, died during a visit to the wine dealer Angott in Brunswick.
In the community Hollern-Twielenfleth you can travel with several buses. The main bus line is 2357, which covers the following areas: Stade - Hollern-Twielenfleth - Steinkirchen - Jork - Hamburg-Cranz. All the bus lines are connected to the public transportation network of Hamburg (Hamburger Verkehrsverbund).
Altes Land is an area of reclaimed marshland straddling parts of Lower Saxony and Hamburg. The region is situated downstream from Hamburg on the southwestern riverside of the Elbe around the towns of Stade, Buxtehude, Jork and the "Samtgemeinde" of Lühe. In Hamburg it includes the quarters of Neuenfelde, Cranz, Francop and Finkenwerder. Altes Land is one of the Elbe Marshes.
Due to a financial problem in his transfer to Fenerbahçe, his licence was suspended and he was unable to play for Kadıköy side for a long time. In July 2006, Barış lost his childhood love and mother of his two children Frauke Barış in a tragic house accident in his house in Jork (near Hamburg, Germany). During their match following this event, F.C. St. Pauli players wore black armbands to express their sorrow for the ex-St. Pauli player.
The main portion of the church is divided into five bays, with arcades separating the nave and the flanking aisles. Each arcade is supported on six Jork Swedish red granite columns, worked and polished in Scotland. These columns are arranged so as not to intercept the view of the High Altar from the aisles. The columns have capitals of foliated form artistically treated so as to appear alike, but the detail of each differs materially. The columns have marble bases, which, in turn, are supported on smoothly rutted Malmsbury bluestone plinths. The columns each bear a polished brass plate at the base of the shaft, inscribed with the name of the parishioner or the parish organization who funded the cost of that column.