Synonyms for panker or Related words with panker

karlshof              schreibersdorf              kreuzburg              oldisleben              hohenfelde              hartmannsdorf              freystadt              kaltenbrunn              gorzewo              mihla              elsdorf              obersontheim              neubrunn              dobitschen              senheim              wiatrowo              grosselfingen              hohenleuben              oberthal              emkendorf              olbersdorf              wasungen              steinrode              himmelgeist              malchin              crinitz              utzedel              smolary              faulbach              hollenstedt              ungarisch              juncewo              posterstein              westhausen              zuckmantel              windischleuba              chalupy              sommerau              zolondowo              arnsdorf              waldegg              nindorf              langenbek              wierzchucin              wittmoldt              volkach              rittergut              thedinghausen              kitzscher              horhausen             

Examples of "panker"
The municipality of Panker includes the villages "Darry", "Gadendorf", "Matzwitz", "Satjendorf", "Todendorf" and Panker estate. The nearest city is Luetjenburg.
Panker is a municipality in Plön county, Schleswig-Holstein, Germany.
Link: Wikipedia article about the Panker estate in German .
Panker was first mentioned in 1433 as "Pankuren", a Slavic name.
Ana Mari Panker is 22 and from Veščica. Ana Mari was the Runner Up on Day 106.
Upon Frederik's death the Panker inheritance passed to the Rumpenheim lineage of the House of Hesse, half-Danish royalty. Frederick Charles of Hesse, the elected king of Finland, a scion of that Hesse family branch, was in 1868 born in Panker.
Following the death of his father's first cousin, prince Friedrich Wilhelm von Hessenstein, he inherited the estate of Panker in Holstein in 1808.
Frederick William, Prince von Hessenstein (17 March 1735, Stockholm - 27 July 1808, Panker), was a Swedish soldier and statesman. He was an extramarital son of King Frederick of Sweden and his mistress Hedvig Taube.
King Frederick I gave this and other estates to his illegitimate sons. The last surviving of these sons was Frederick William von Hessenstein, governor-general of Swedish Pomerania and, since 1772, "Prince af Hessenstein" in Sweden. When he died in 1808 without progeny, the issue of King Frederick went extinct, and Panker was placed into a trust in accordance with the Prince's testament. Accordingly, it passed to the Prince's first cousin once-removed, Prince Charles of Hesse-Kassel, governor-general of Schleswig-Holstein under Danish rule. Subsequent trustees included Charles' son and heir Prince Frederik of Hesse, who died in Panker in 1845.
Frederick Charles Louis Constantine, Prince and Landgrave of Hesse (1 May 1868, Gut Panker – 28 May 1940, Kassel), "Friedrich Karl Ludwig Konstantin Prinz und Landgraf von Hessen-Kassel" in German, was the brother-in-law of the German Emperor Wilhelm II. He was elected King of Finland on 9 October 1918, but renounced the throne on 14 December 1918.
Libi Panker, was born in . She taught herself how to play the keyboard and guitar. She studied vocal pedagogy and played the clarinet for two years. She started her singing career at the age of 4 and was a finalist in "Music School".
Popular rock artists, largely unknown outside the country, are: Lačni Franz (Zoran Predin), Šank Rock, Big Foot Mama, Zaklonišče Prepeva, Siddhartha, Vlado Kreslin, Niet, Mi2, Buldožer, Carpe Diem, Dan D, Društvo mrtvih pesnikov, Elvis Jackson (ska punk), Orlek, Pink Panker and others.
The rural landscape is still characterised by large, aristocratic estates and historic forms of farming that are mainly tied into large farm estates and their associated manor houses. These include Panker, Testorf, Rantzau and Hagen in Probsteierhagen. Several of the castles, such as Eutin and Plön may be visited and many of the estate farms are open to the public during the Schleswig-Holstein Musik Festival or other events. Salzau Estate houses the state cultural centre.
From 1815 to 1818, the prince led the Danish occupational forces in France. After returning home, he was once again made commanding general in Schleswig and Holstein, and governor of Rendsborg. From 1836 to 1842 he served as Governor-General over Schleswig and Holstein, succeeding his late father Charles. Frederick was also promoted to field marshal. He had been decorated with the Order of the Elephant in 1801 and became a Grand Commander of the Order of the Dannebrog after his success in 1813. Prince Frederick spent his last years at the family estate Panker by the Baltic Sea. He died here in February 1845.
On 10 July 2012, the Israeli national broadcaster, Israel Broadcasting Authority (IBA), announced that they would be making their Junior Eurovision debut at the in Amsterdam, Netherlands on 1 December 2012. IBA internally selected a sextet group consisting of members Adel Korshov, Adi Bity, Adi Mesilati, Daniel Pruzansky, Libi Panker, and Tali Sorokin. The group who were known by their band name, performed the song "Let the Music Win", which finished in eighth place achieving a score of sixty-eight points. Israel has previously shown interest to take part in the and contests, although no reasons were ever published to detail the change of interest.
On 26 April, the king expressed a wish to leave for Hesse. He was rumored to plan to settle there permanently with Taube. A rumor circulated of a planned coup d'état by the queen's followers. The plan was to have the king leave with Taube, leaving the queen as regent of Sweden in his absence. After his departure, the queen's followers would present her with proof that the king had secretly married Taube, expecting the queen to respond by considering her marriage dissolved and agree to be reinstated as monarch. This planned coup never took place; the king never presented a request to leave for Hesse. In parallel, however, great estates was bought in Holstein through Erland Broman and with Hessian money: Panker, Todendorf, Clamp, Hohenfelde, Vogelsdorf and Schmoll, for the sons of Hedvig Taube.
The Fol Jazik (Macedonian: Фол Јазик; English translation: "Fake Tongue") is considered to be the first Macedonian punk rock band, founded in Skopje by Vlado Hristov - KRLE (vocals) in 1978. The band members were: Vlado Hristov - KRLE (vocals), Saso Nikolovski - GZLA (drums), Petar Georgievski - PERO KAMIKAZA (bass), Bratislav Grkovic - BATA PANKER (guitar). The band has recorded two songs, "Children of the XXth century" and "Advertisement", and has appeared in several rock festivals in Skopje (Boom Rock Festival, Skopski Rock Festival and others). In a short period of time, they achieved huge popularity in Macedonian and ex Yugoslavian scene. The band is still considered to be one of the most eccentric and controversial bands in former Yugoslav music, with music, stage, energy, and explosivity. In the middle of 1979, they were disbanded.
Frederick was born at his family's manor, Gut Panker, in Plön, Holstein. He was the third son of Frederick William of Hesse, Landgrave of Hesse, and his wife Princess Anna of Prussia, daughter of Prince Charles of Prussia and Princess Marie Louise of Saxe-Weimar-Eisenach. Frederick William, a Danish military officer, had been one (and perhaps the foremost) of the candidates of Christian VIII of Denmark in the 1840s to succeed to the Danish throne if the latter's male line died out, but renounced his rights to the throne in 1851 in favor of his sister, Louise. Frederick William was of practically Danish upbringing, having lived all his life in Denmark, but in 1875, when the senior branch of Hesse-Kassel became extinct, he settled in northern Germany, where the House had substantial landholdings.
Founded in 1928, the Foundation of the House of Hesse is the successor institution of a family trust that had been established in 1830, confiscated by the Kingdom of Prussia in 1866, and re-established after partial restitution in 1878. The foundation manages the family fortunes including forests, agricultural estates, castles, hotels and an art collection. The latter is mainly shown at Fasanerie Palace in Eichenzell, Hesse, a former summer palace of the Prince Abbots of Fulda that had been taken over by the Landgraves of Hesse after the secularization and mediatisation of the Prince-bishopric of Fulda in 1803. Schlosshotel Kronberg and Grandhotel Hessischer Hof in Frankfurt are hotels, the "Weingut Prinz von Hessen" a winery in Johannisberg which was purchased in 1957, while Schloß Wolfsgarten south of Frankfurt am Main and Panker estate are used as private seats of the family. Other castles have been sold, such as Schloss Philippsruhe in Hanau (in 1950), Schloss Rumpenheim in Offenbach am Main (in 1965) and Tarasp Castle in Switzerland (in 2016).