Synonyms for neukirch or Related words with neukirch

neukirchen              thalheim              hartmannsdorf              gersdorf              niendorf              volkach              grafenau              malchin              neuenkirchen              steindorf              reifenberg              weierbach              pinnow              frankenberg              bodenbach              hohenfelde              waldegg              herbolzheim              staufenberg              freystadt              weiher              alsbach              lenningen              schwarzach              hochstadt              ottendorf              reuth              perleberg              heilbad              eggenfelden              nortorf              steinau              hermsdorf              altheim              holzhausen              bodenwerder              kemnath              stollberg              malsch              krumbach              langenau              biedenkopf              lautenbach              calau              hornberg              neusorg              glien              golling              rickenbach              hehlen             

Examples of "neukirch"
Neukirch West () is a railway station in the town of Neukirch/Lausitz, Saxony, Germany. The station lies on the Bautzen–Bad Schandau railway and Neukirch West–Bischofswerda railway.
On the first weekend in August, the Stein-Neukirch kermis is held. Neukirch Market is very popular and is celebrated traditionally.
His 35 doctoral students include Wilfried Brauer, Karl-Otto Stöhr and Jürgen Neukirch.
Neukirch is a town in the district of Bodensee in Baden-Württemberg in Germany.
Neukirch an der Thur is a village and former municipality in the canton of Thurgau, Switzerland.
Neukirch is a municipality in the district of Bautzen, in Saxony, Germany.
Lutheran immigrants who gave it the name Neukirch after the town in Saxony.
This generalizes an earlier work of Jürgen Neukirch and Koji Uchida on number fields.
Stein-Neukirch is an "Ortsgemeinde" – a community belonging to a "Verbandsgemeinde" – in the Westerwaldkreis in Rhineland-Palatinate, Germany.
Jürgen Neukirch (24 July 1937 – 5 February 1997) was a German mathematician known for his work on algebraic number theory.
Surcuolm is first mentioned in the 18th Century as "Neukirch" which was the official name until 1943.
The basalt columns in the community’s arms stand for the constituent community of Stein (whose name in German means “stone”), and the churches stand for the constituent community of Neukirch, making this an example of canting arms (that is, the charges in the arms suggest the community’s name, Stein-Neukirch).
He is known for his work on the embedding problem in algebraic number theory, the Báyer–Neukirch theorem on special values of L-functions, arithmetic Riemann existence theorems and the Neukirch–Uchida theorem in birational anabelian geometry. He gave a simple description of the reciprocity maps in local and global class field theory.
Gmina Polska Cerekiew, German Gemeinde Groß Neukirch is a rural gmina (administrative district) in Kędzierzyn-Koźle County, Opole Voivodeship, in south-western Poland. Its seat is the village of Polska Cerekiew (Groß Neukirch), which lies approximately south of Kędzierzyn-Koźle and south of the regional capital Opole.
Karl Neukirch (November 3, 1864 – June 26, 1941) was a German gymnast. He competed at the 1896 Summer Olympics in Athens.
The municipality was created in 1996 by a merger of Buhwil, Kradolf, Neukirch an der Thur and Schönenberg an der Thur.
The municipality is located in Weinfelden District. It consists of the linear village of Kradolf, Buhwil, Neukirch an der Thur and Schönenberg an der Thur.
Neukirch was first mentioned in writing in 1222. The Battle of Bautzen in 1813 between the French and the Russian army took place nearby.
In mathematics, the Neukirch–Uchida theorem shows that all problems about algebraic number fields can be reduced to problems about their absolute Galois groups.
In 1996 the municipality was merged with the neighboring municipalities of Buhwil, Kradolf, and Neukirch an der Thur to form the new municipality of Kradolf-Schönenberg.