Synonyms for malchin or Related words with malchin

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Examples of "malchin"
Malchin am Kummerower See is an "Amt" in the Mecklenburgische Seenplatte district, in Mecklenburg-Western Pomerania, Germany. It is just east of the Kummerower See. The seat of the "Amt", that was formed in 2005, is in the town Malchin.
Malchin () is a town in the Mecklenburgische Seenplatte district, in Mecklenburg-Western Pomerania, Germany.
The "Amt" Malchin am Kummerower See consists of the following municipalities:
Malchin (, "herder") is a sum (district) of Uvs Province in western Mongolia.
Major towns at the Peene river are Malchin, Teterow, Demmin and Anklam.
Besides the Khüiten Peak, the Tavan Bogd massif includes four other peaks: Nairamdal, Malchin, Bürged ("eagle") and Olgii ("motherland").
Patrick Peters (born November 7, 1987 in Malchin, Mecklenburg-Vorpommern) is a German football defender currently playing for FC Tuggen.
Joachim Christian Timm died in Malchin in 1805 and is regarded today as a pioneer of modern botany in Germany.
Carl Wilhelm Christian Malchin (14 May 1838, Kröpelin - 23 January 1923, Schwerin) was a German landscape painter and art conservator.
In 1762, Timm married Anna Christine Elisabeth Witte (1743–1792), a merchant's daughter from Röbel. They had ten children, including the sons Joachim (1768–1801) and Hans Timm (1774–1852), who one after the other succeeded their father as the official apothecary in Malchin. Another son, Helmuth Timm (1782–1848), became a pastor in Groß Gievitz and later in Malchin.
Remplin is a village and a former municipality in the Mecklenburgische Seenplatte district, in Mecklenburg-Vorpommern, Germany. Since 7 June 2009, it is part of the municipality Malchin.
He trained under Joachim Christian Timm (1734-1805) in Malchin, afterwards working as an apothecary in Rostock, Neubrandenburg, Anklam, Woldegk and Waren.
Tilo Jung (born October 21, 1985 in Malchin, Mecklenburg-Vorpommern) is a German journalist and chief editor of the political webshow "Jung & Naiv" (Young & Naive).
The Master of the Malchin Altar (German: Meister des Malchiner Altar) was a northern German Late Gothic painter who was active in Hamburg in the first half of the 15th century.
Joachim Christian Timm (7 December 1734 – 3 February 1805) was a German apothecary, mayor of Malchin, and a botanist with a particular interest in cryptograms. This botanist is denoted by the author abbreviation Timm when citing a botanical name.
Today, Bayads are settled in the districts of Khyargas, Malchin, Tes, Züüngovi, Baruunturuun and Naranbulag in the province of Uvs. According to the census taken in 2000, 50,824 Bayads currently live in Mongolia.
Joachim Christian Timm, the son of tobacconist Matthias Ernst Timm (1704–1779), was born in Wangerin in Farther Pomerania, Prussia (now in Poland) and attended school there. In 1749 he started a five-year apprenticeship as an apothecary, initially with Friedrich John in Wangerin, where he served for a year as an assistant. In the 1750s he was in Mecklenburg, working in Rostock. At the end of the 1750s he moved to Malchin to manage the apothecary business of Georg Heinrich Kruger and his successors. In 1760, Timm became the official apothecary of Malchin. In 1771 he was elected senator. In 1778 he became the Second or Vice-Mayor of Malchin, becoming the Mayor in 1790. The tradition of having more than one mayor to lead the town ended with his death.
Mecklenburg Switzerland () is a landscape in the middle of the German state of Mecklenburg-Vorpommern, north of the Mecklenburg Lake District and immediately northwest of Lake Malchin and Lake Kummerow. The region lies northwest of the line from Lake Malchin via the Dahmen Canal and Lake Kummerow to the Peene(canal) near Neukalen and from there southeast of the line from Lelkendorf via Lake Teterow, Teterow and Groß Wokern to the Malchin Basin. However, there is no precise definition of its boundaries. The majority of the landscape lies within the Mecklenburg Switzerland and Lake Kummerow Nature Park. Its attraction include its unspoilt nature, the hills, its villages that have preserved their original character and its castles. Some 19% of Mecklenburg Switzerland is woodland and 10% is water.
Marcus was born in Malchin, in the Grand Duchy of Mecklenburg-Schwerin into a Jewish family. Today Malchin is part of Germany. He began work at age 12 as an apprentice mechanic. At 17 he joined Siemens and Halske, an engineering company that built telegraph lines. He moved to Vienna, the capital of the Austrian Empire, in 1852, working first as a technician in the Physical Institute of the Medical School. He then worked as an assistant to Professor Carl Ludwig, a physiologist. In 1860 Marcus opened his own workshop which made mechanical and electrical equipment. The first was located at Mariahilferstrasse 107 and the second at Mondscheingasse 4.
As an apothecary, he was interested in botany. He enthusiastically collected plants of all kinds, especially cryptogams, primarily in the Malchin area. In 1788 he published his work "Florae megapolitanae Prodromus", which he based on the system of the Swedish botanist Linnaeus. Professor Johann Hedwig of Leipzig later named a genus of moss "Timmia" after him, including the species he found at Malchin in Mecklenburg, "Timmia megapolitana". The epithet "megapolitania" here refers to Mecklenburg, which was then often referred to by the Greek equivalent "megapolis". At the instigation of the author of a monograph on "Timmia", Guy Brassard, a mountain on the Arctic Ellesmere Island was named "Mount Timmia" in honour of Timm.