Synonyms for oelsnitz or Related words with oelsnitz

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Examples of "oelsnitz"
The village of Zaulsdorf is accessed by taking the L303 highway to the east out of Oelsnitz. Zaulsdorf is on the right about away from Oelsnitz.
Keil was born at Lauterbach near Oelsnitz, Kingdom of Saxony, and died at Rätz, Saxony.
Harald Irmscher (born 12 February 1946 in Oelsnitz) is a former German football player.
The disused Falkenstein–Oelsnitz section has been converted to a cycle route, which was opened in May 2011.
Frank Hartmann (born 30 August 1949 in Oelsnitz) is a German former wrestler who competed in the 1972 Summer Olympics.
The origins of the present mainline between Plauen–Cheb stem from the Vogtländischen Staatseisenbahn from Herlasgrün through Falkenstein/Vogtl. and Oelsnitz to Eger, which opened in November 1865. A direct track from Plauen to Bohemia was planned, and in October 1871 work started on the tracks from Plauen to Oelsnitz.
In 1874, when a connecting line was opened from Plauen to Oelsnitz, traffic between Herlasgrüner and Oelsnitz via Falkenstein decreased dramatically, because now all through traffic ran on the shorter and faster line via Plauen. The former main line was reclassified as a secondary line on 15 October 1878.
Especially in Plauen and Oelsnitz there were demands for more from a direct line from Plauen, as had been agreed in 1856. The Plauen city council on several occasions made petitions to the Saxon government for the construction of this line. On 7 May 1868, the Plauen–Oelsnitz line was approved by the parliament of Saxony. On 1 November 1874 the line was opened.
Oelsnitz () is a town in the district Erzgebirgskreis, in the Free State of Saxony, Germany. It is situated 14 km east of Zwickau, and 20 km southwest of Chemnitz. Between 1844 and 1971 hardcoal was mined in Oelsnitz and the surrounding towns. The major mine "Karl-Liebknecht" became a mining museum in 1986.
The Hohenstein-Ernstthal–Oelsnitz Tramway, an interurban, had its starting point on the forecourt of Hohenstein-Ernstthal station from 1913 to 1960.
Zaulsdorf is a small village in the Vogtlandkreis district, in Saxony, Germany. It is situated east of Oelsnitz. It is part of the municipality Mühlental.
Ronny Weller (born July 22, 1969 in Oelsnitz, Saxony) is a German weightlifter who competed for East Germany and later for Germany.
The Herlasgrün–Oelsnitz railway is a branch line in the German states of Saxony, which was originally built as a section of the Voigtland State Railway from Herlasgrüner to Cheb. It starts at the junction station of Herlasgrüner on the Leipzig–Hof railway and runs via Auerbach to Falkenstein. The southern part of the line from Falkenstein via Bergen to Oelsnitz was closed in 1951.
Born in Lichtenfels, Bavaria, he was employed as a singer by Christian II of Denmark in Copenhagen, from 1515 to 1524. He later studied in Wittenberg, and is known to have lectured there, in 1551. He died in Oelsnitz.
Herlasgrün station Is a local railway junction in the Pöhl district of Herlasgrün in Vogtland in the German state of Saxony. It is situated on the Leipzig–Hof and the Herlasgrün–Oelsnitz railways.
Stefanie Anke Hertel (born July 25, 1979 in Oelsnitz, Vogtland, Saxony) is a German yodeler and popular performer of Alpine folk music. She was married to trumpeter Stefan Mross, with whom she has had one daughter, Johanna (born 2001).
Oelsnitz () is a town in the Vogtlandkreis district, in the Free State of Saxony, Germany. It is situated on the White Elster river, south of Plauen and southwest of Zwickau.
The Voigtland State Railway (, abbreviated as "Voigtl. Sts. E. B.") was originally one of the lines of the Royal Saxon State Railways that was built in Vogtland, now in the German state of Saxony and the Czech Republic. The line began from the junction station of Herlasgrün on the Saxon-Bavarian Railway and ran via Falkenstein, Oelsnitz and Bad Elster to Cheb (then a mainly German speaking city called Eger in the Kingdom of Bohemia, which formed part of the Austrian Empire). Only the Herlasgrün–Falkenstein and Oelsnitz–Cheb sections are still operating.
With the construction of the Plauen–Oelsnitz connection, which opened in 1874, Herlasgrün station was significantly expanded as the Oelsnitz–Cheb section was operated in conjunction with the new line. Separate trains were now operated on the Herlasgrün–Falkenstein section. In addition to a new entrance building in the "wedge" between the branching lines, numerous new tracks and a small locomotive depot were built. The old entrance building was used as a residence. In the following decades the station was extended several times, until a larger station upgrade took place in the 1890s. The existing connecting curve between the two railway lines was also established.
René Hoppe (born 9 December 1976 in Oelsnitz, Saxony) is a German bobsledder who has competed since 1998. At the 2006 Winter Olympics in Turin, he won a gold medal in the four-man event with teammates Kevin Kuske, André Lange, and Martin Putze.