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Stamford station

Stamford station could refer to: Stamford railway station Queensland in Stamford, Queensland, Australia Stamford Metro-North station in Connecticut, USA. Stamford East railway station in Lincolnshire, England. Stamford Railroad Station New York f ...

                                               

2020 English Football League play-offs

The English Football League play-offs for the 2019–20 season will be held in June and July 2020 with all finals played at Wembley Stadium in London. The play-offs will begin in each league with two semi-finals played over two legs. The teams who ...

                                               

Konigsfeld

Konigsfeld may refer to several places: In Germany: Konigsfeld, Saxony in the Mittweida district in Saxony Ennepetal-Konigsfeld, a borough of Ennepetal Konigsfeld, Mecklenburg-Vorpommern in the Nordwestmecklenburg district in Mecklenburg-Vorpomme ...

                                               

Petersdorf

Petersdorf may refer to the following places: in Germany Petersdorf, Thuringia, in the district of Nordhausen, Thuringia Petersdorf, Fehmarn, on the island of Fehmarn, Schleswig-Holstein Petersdorf, Bavaria, in the district Aichach-Friedberg, Bav ...

                                               

Klaus-Jurgen Kamprad

Born in Schmolln, Kamprad grew up near the Thuringian town Altenburg. From 1985 to 1990 he studied musicology at the Leipzig University, followed by research studies at the Museum of Musical Instruments of Leipzig University from 1990 to 1993. In ...

                                               

Josef Simon (trade unionist)

Josef Simon was a German trade unionist and politician. Born in Schneppenbach, Simon completed an apprenticeship as a shoemaker, and worked in a factory. In 1885, he heard Wilhelm Liebknecht speak, and was inspired to join the Social Democratic P ...

                                               

Starkenburg (disambiguation)

Starkenburg may refer to: Starkenburg Observatory, an astronomical observatory in Heppenheim, Hesse, Germany Starkenburg, Missouri, a community in the United States Provinz Starkenburg, a Province of the former Grand Duchy of Hesse Starkenburg Ca ...

                                               

Weissach (disambiguation)

Weissach is a municipality in the district of Boblingen in Baden-Wurttemberg in Germany. Weissach or WeiSach may also refer to: WeiSach Tegernsee, a river of Bavaria, Germany, tributary of the Tegernsee WeiSach Saalbach, a river of Baden-Wurttemb ...

                                               

Neuenkirchen

Neuenkirchen can refer to several municipalities in Germany: Neuenkirchen, Stade, part of the Samtgemeinde Luhe, district of Stade Neuenkirchen-Vorden, district of Vechta Neuenkirchen, Diepholz, part of the Samtgemeinde Schwaforden, district of D ...

                                               

Asbach

Asbach, Birkenfeld, in the Birkenfeld district, Rhineland-Palatinate Asbach Verbandsgemeinde, a collective municipality in the Neuwied district, Rhineland-Palatinate Asbach Westerwald, a local municipality Asbach Laberweinting, a village in Laber ...

                                               

Munchweiler

Munchweiler may refer to: Munchweiler an der Rodalb, municipality in Sudwestpfalz district, in Rhineland-Palatinate, western Germany Munchweiler an der Alsenz, municipality in the Donnersbergkreis district, in Rhineland-Palatinate, Germany Glan-M ...

                                               

Wildenstein Castle

Wildenstein Castle may refer to the following castles: Wildenstein Castle Fichtenau in the German state of Baden-Wurttemberg Wildenstein Castle Eschau in German state of Bavaria Wildenstein Castle Aargau in the Swiss Canton of Aargau Wildenstein ...

                                               

Westhausen

Westhausen can refer to the following places in Germany: A locality in the municipality of Bodenrode-Westhausen, in the Eichsfeld district, Thuringia Westhausen, Gotha, in the Gotha district, Thuringia Westhausen Ostalb, in the Ostalb district, B ...

                                               

Huttenbach

Huttenbach Simmelsdorf, borough of the Simmelsdorf in the district of Nurnberger Land in Bavaria in Germany Huttenbach Grafengehaig, borough of the municipality Grafengehaig in the district of Kulmbach in Bavaria in Germany

                                               

Rottenbach

Rottenbach or Rottenbach may refer to: Rottenbach, Bavaria, a village in the municipality Lautertal, Bavaria, Germany Rottenbach Rinne, a river in Thuringia, Germany, tributary of the Rinne Rottenbach, Thuringia, a village and former municipality ...

                                               

Brombach

Brombach may refer to: Brombach, a district of the community Furth, Hesse, Germany Brombach Mumling, a river of Hesse, Germany, tributary of the Mumling Brombach Lorrach, a district of the city Lorrach, Baden-Wurttemberg, Germany Brombach, a dist ...

                                               

Schwarzbach

Schwarzbach may refer to: Schwarzbach Railway, a narrow gauge railway in Saxon Switzerland Schwarzbach surname Schwarzbach Mulde, of Saxony, Germany, tributary of the Mulde Schwarzbach Emscher, of North Rhine-Westphalia, Germany, left tributary o ...

                                               

Wiesbach

Wiesbach may refer to following places, rivers and streams in Germany: Places Wiesbach Palatinate, municipality in the county of Sudwestpfalz in Rhineland-Palatinate Wiesbach Gangkofen, village in the borough of Markt Gangkofen, county of Rottal- ...

                                               

Training Band of the Bundeswehr

The Training Band of the Bundeswehr is the Bundeswehrs training music corps. It is responsible for training new musicians. It was created in Siegburg on 1 July 1960 and has been stationed in Hilden since 1969. It is subordinate to the other 13 mu ...

                                               

WeiSig

WeiSig is the name of the following places: in Saxony: WeiSig Lohsa, quarter of Lohsa WeiSig Nunchritz, quarter of Nunchritz WeiSig Freital, municipal subdivision of Freital WeiSig OSling, quarter of OSling WeiSig Dresden, quarter of Dresden WeiS ...

                                               

Thundorf

The name Thundorf may refer to: Thundorf Osterhofen, a part of the town of Osterhofen in the district of Deggendorf in Bavaria, Germany. Thundorf, Switzerland, a municipality in the Swiss canton of Thurgau. Thundorf Ainring, a village pertaining ...

                                               

Muhlkreis

Muhlkreis may refer to: Reichenau im Muhlkreis, municipality in the district of Urfahr-Umgebung in Upper Austria Sankt Veit im Muhlkreis, municipality in the district of Rohrbach in Upper Austria Sankt Gotthard im Muhlkreis, municipality in the d ...

                                               

Laber

Laber or Laaber is an element in Bavarian place names which goes back to the word Labera meaning "foaming water". The spellings Laber and Laaber are interchangeable in older texts, and are still not always consistently distinguished today. It may ...

                                               

Grunbach

Grunbach may refer to: Grunbach Tauber, a river of Baden-Wurttemberg, Germany Grunbach, Upper Austria, a municipality in the district of Freistadt, Upper Austria, Austria Grunbach, Saxony, a municipality in the Vogtlandkreis, Saxony, Germany Grun ...

                                               

Wilhelm Banse

Wilhelm Banse was a German politician of the Social Democratic Party and former member of the German Bundestag.

                                               

Holzbach (disambiguation)

Holzbach may refer to: Holzbach, a municipality in the Rhein-Hunsruck-Kreis in Rhineland-Palatinate, Germany Rivers of Baden-Wurttemberg, Germany Holzbach Soppenbach, left tributary of the Soppenbach Rivers of Hesse, Germany Holzbach Elbbach, Had ...

                                               

Reinshagen

a district of the municipality Satow, Germany in the Landkreis Rostock in Mecklenburg-Vorpommern a district of the municipality Lalendorf in the Landkreis Rostock in Mecklenburg-Vorpommern "Siedlung Reinshagen", a company town in Wuppertal a dist ...

                                               

Muritz (disambiguation)

Muritz comes from the Slavic word morcze = "small sea" and may refer to: Landkreis Muritz, a former county in Mecklenburg-Vorpommern, Germany Klein Muritz, in the borough of Ribnitz-Damgarten in the county of Vorpommern-Rugen in Mecklenburg-Vorpo ...

                                               

Buchenbach (disambiguation)

Buchenbach is a municipality in the south west of the Black Forest in Germany. Buchenbach or Buchenbach may also refer to: Buchenbach Lauter, a river in Baden-Wurttemberg, Germany, tributary of the Lauter Buchenbach Pegnitz, a district of Pegnitz ...

                                               

Ramstein Castle

Ramstein Castle is the name of the following ruined castles: France Ramstein Castle Alsace near Scherwiller, department of Bas-Rhin, Region Grand Est Ramstein Castle Lorraine near Baerenthal, department of Moselle, Region Grand Est Germany Ramste ...

                                               

Grillenburg

Grillenburg may refer to: Grillenburg Harz, a ruined castle above Grillenberg in the Harz Mountains, Mansfeld-Sudharz district, Saxony-Anhalt Grillenburg Triangle, the motorcycle track of the 1st Sachsenring, in the Tharandt Forest, Sachsische Sc ...

                                               

Niendorf

Niendorf may refer to the following places in Germany: Niendorf Timmendorfer Strand, a part of Timmendorfer Strand, in the Ostholstein district, Schleswig-Holstein a part of Bienenbuttel, Lower Saxony Niendorf bei Berkenthin, in the Herzogtum Lau ...

                                               

Schonwalde

Schonwalde may refer to the following places in Germany: Schonwalde-Glien, a municipality in the district Havelland, Brandenburg Schonwalde, Mecklenburg-Vorpommern, a municipality in the district Uecker-Randow, Mecklenburg-Vorpommern Schonwalde, ...

                                               

Hans Ekstrand

Hans Ekstrand was a German politician of the Social Democratic Party and former member of the German Bundestag.

                                               

Olberg

Olberg is German for "oil hill" and may refer to: Hills: German name for the Mount of Olives, east of Jerusalems old town GroSer Olberg, a hill in the Siebengebirge, Germany Olberg Nuremberg, the site of Nuremberg Castle, Germany Olberg Gorlitz, ...

                                               

Wittenberg (disambiguation)

Wittenberg Mountain, Ulster County, New York, United States Wittenberg, Wisconsin, United States Wittenberg district, Saxony-Anhalt, Germany Wittenberg, Saxony-Anhalt, Germany Wittenberg, Missouri, United States Wittenberg, New York, United State ...

                                               

Gorgonum

Artemisia gorgonum, a sagebrush species found in Cape Verde Aeonium gorgoneum, a flower species found in Cape Verde Helianthemum gorgoneum, a sunflower species found in Cape Verde Papaver gorgoneum, a flower species found in Cape Verde Elaphoglos ...

                                               

Barley (disambiguation)

Barley is a cereal crop. Barley may also refer to: Barley, Hertfordshire, England Barley Hall built 1360 an old house in York Barley Bree, Irish/Canadian band Barley, a truce term used in Scotland and parts of England and Wales Barley End, hamlet ...

                                               

Southern New Guinea lowland rain forests

The Southeastern Papuan rain forests is a tropical moist forest ecoregion in southeastern New Guinea. The ecoregion covers portions of New Guineas southern lowlands.

                                               

St Helens railway station

St Helens railway station may refer to: Current stations St Helens Central railway station on the Liverpool–Wigan line in England St Helens Junction railway station on the Liverpool–Manchester line in England Former stations St Helens, one of the ...

                                               

Isle of Wight Festival 2019

The Isle of Wight Festival 2019 was the eighteenth edition of the revived Isle of Wight Festival, which took place at Seaclose Park in Newport, on the Isle of Wight. It was held on 13 to 16 June 2019. Tickets were released on Friday January 25, 2 ...

                                               

2020 in El Salvador

11 March – After the World Health Organization classified COVID-19 as a pandemic, President Nayib Bukele declared suspension of all educative activities in public and private schools all over the country for 21 days, followed by a solicitude to t ...

                                               

Nassau County Legislature

The Nassau County Legislature is the lawmaking body of Nassau County, New York. Currently, it has 19 different members from 19 different districts. It was formed in 1996 to succeed the countys Board of Supervisors, which was ruled unconstitutiona ...

                                               

Islip

Long Island MacArthur Airport, formerly known as Islip Airport, in the above town Islip Terrace, New York, a hamlet and census-designated place located in the above town Islip, New York, a town in Suffolk County Islip hamlet, New York, located in ...

                                               

Southold

Southold may refer: Southold, New York, a town located in Suffolk County, New York, USA Southold CDP, New York, a census-designated place and hamlet in the town of Southold, New York, USA Southold High School Former name of Southolt, Suffolk, Eng ...

                                               

Peconic

Peconic may refer to: Peconic Bay, two bodies of water between the North Fork and the South Fork of Long Island, New York Peconic, New York, a hamlet in Suffolk County, New York Little Peconic Bay Great Peconic Bay, the body of water between the ...

                                               

PCCI

Pensacola Christian College, Inc. Philippine Chamber of Commerce and Industry, the official chamber of commerce of the Philippines Plymouth Chamber of Commerce & Industry, the largest Chamber in the Southwest peninsula of England Pratt Center for ...

                                               

National Independent Venue Association

The National Independent Venue Association is an American organization of independent music venues based in New York, New York pursuing federal support such as business recovery grants and tax relief. According to the organization, which was form ...

                                               

Alison Bernstein

Alison Ricky Bernstein was an American historian, and program officer with the Ford Foundation. She was an expert on Native Americans, as well as an advocate for social justice, improvement of higher education and women’s studies.

                                               

Alice Blinn

Alice Blinn was an American educator, home efficiency expert, and magazine editor. Born in Candor, New York, she attended the New York State normal school and became a teacher. After teaching briefly, in 1913, she entered Cornell University and e ...