Synonyms for odenthal or Related words with odenthal

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Examples of "odenthal"
"Die Camper" was filmed at a real campingsite in Odenthal.
Nearby cities include Bergisch Gladbach, Overath, Wermelskirchen, and Wipperfürth. Neighboring municipalities are Lindlar and Odenthal.
Odenthal is a municipality in the Rheinisch-Bergischer Kreis, in North Rhine-Westphalia, Germany.
Odenthal is situated approximately 5 km north of Bergisch Gladbach and 15 km north-east of Cologne.
Beginning in the north clockwise the neighbouring municipalities and neighbouring towns are: Odenthal, Kürten, Overath, Rösrath, Cologne and Leverkusen.
Johannes Odenthal, "Abstraction and Mythos, Anatolia’s Cultural Memory within Contemporary Art: About Ahmet Güneştekin’s Artworks", GSM Publications, Istanbul, September, 2012.
In 1987 she married Roland Nasse, a lawyer from Cologne. With him and their two daughters, she lives in Odenthal, a town north of Cologne.
Altenberg Abbey ("Abtei Altenberg") () is a former Cistercian monastery in Altenberg, now a part of Odenthal in the Bergisches Land, North Rhine-Westphalia, Germany.
On the afternoon of 16 April, August Wiedenhofen and Aloys Odenthal reached the American lines near Mettmann, and were able, after long negotiations, to surrender the city without further combat. An air raid by 800 bombers, which was scheduled for 17 April at 1:10 am, was literally stopped at the last minute. On 17 April, the American 97th Infantry Division marched into Düsseldorf, unopposed. Odenthal and Wiedenhofen rode on the tanks and brought them to the police headquarters.
Marc Odenthal (born 25 January 1991) is a German judoka. He competed at the 2016 Summer Olympics in Rio de Janeiro, in the men's 90 kg. He was defeated by Mashu Baker of Japan in the round of 32.
In the spring of 2014, Meray married her companion, Hubertus, Prinz von Sayn-Wittgenstein-Berleburg and and currently lives with him at Strauweiler Castle in Odenthal in the Bergisches Land.
Eifgenbach is a -long river of North Rhine-Westphalia, Germany. Its source is near Wermelskirchen, appr. south of Wuppertal. It runs in south-westerly direction, and its mouth into the river Dhünn is near Odenthal, appr. north-east of Cologne.
Ulrike Folkerts (born 14 May 1961 in Kassel, Hesse, Germany) is a German actress. She is most famous for playing police officer Lena Odenthal in the German crime television series "Tatort". The episodes are located in the town of Ludwigshafen.
The resistance fighters involved received numerous honours. The executed were buried in graves of honour at the Düsseldorf North Cemetery, the Gerresheimer Forest Cemetery and the Stoffeler Cemetery, memorials were built and named streets and squares after them. Aloys Odenthal received honorary citizenship of Düsseldorf in 1985.
Altenberg () is an "Ortsteil" (area) in the municipality of Odenthal in the Rheinisch-Bergischer Kreis of the State of North Rhine-Westphalia and was formerly the seat of the Counts of Berg. Over the course of time they created around their Residence a small dominion, which later came to be called the Bergisches Land.
On 17 April 2011, the "" ("Path of Liberation") was inaugurated by Mayor Dirk Elbers, consisting of six pillars, which are installed at points marking the journey taken by Odenthal and Wiedenhofen from the city police headquarters to reach US forces near Mettman.
The action, now known as "Aktion Rheinland" was implemented on the 16th of April. Odenthal, Wiedenhofen, Knab, Müller and Andresen met at police headquarters with Jürgens. Captain Gehrke, Jürgens deputy, was recruited to the cause. The Düsseldorf police chief, SS Brigade Commander August Korreng, was taken prisoner, and Jürgens took full command of the police. The Deputy Commissioner Goetsch and Lieutenant Colonel Juergens prepared a pass authorizing Wiedenhofen as negotiator for the city of Düsseldorf.
In the beginning of the 12th century (after 1133), Count Adolf III of Berg built Schloss Burg on a mountain over the river Wupper. The old castle of the counts, Castle Berge in Odenthal near Altenberg, was abandoned. The original name of the new castle was Castle Neuenberge (Newmountain), or in Latin, novus mons, novum castrum, or novi montis castrum. Not until the 15th century, after significant reconstruction as a hunting castle, did it receive its current name reflecting its palatial extension.
Thus, a planar graph has thickness 1. Graphs of thickness 2 are called biplanar graphs. The concept of thickness originates in the 1962 conjecture of Frank Harary: For any graph on 9 points, either itself or its complementary graph is non-planar. The problem is equivalent to determining whether the complete graph is biplanar (it is not, and the conjecture is true). A comprehensive survey on the state of the arts of the topic as of 1998 was written by Petra Mutzel, Thomas Odenthal and Mark Scharbrodt.
1975 In the course of the "kommunalen Neugliederung" (repartitioning of communities) the former municipality of Kürten and significant parts of the municipalities of Bechen and Olpe are merged into the new municipality of Kürten (Köln-Gesetz, § 11 Abs. 1). Into this new municipality, parts of the then city of Bensberg (amongst others, Dürscheid) and smaller areas of the (at that time partial) municipalities of Lindlar, Odenthal, and Wipperfeld are integrated. In the course of restructuring of the Kürten Authority, the greater part of Wipperfeld became part of the city of Wipperfürth.