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PROGRAM
GOLD
MARE BALTICUM
MARTINIUS
GOLD THALER
THIRD LARGEST GERMAN PORT
SECOND HARBOUR
RIVER WESER
JOACHIM NEANDER
RADIO BREMEN
WERDER BREMEN
BISHOP
BUILDING
CITIZENS
INDEPENDENCE
NORTH
MEMBERS
MARCH
JANUARY
SCHOOLS
SOUTH
SOUTH-WEST
SUCCESSOR
WRITER
SHIPS
MEMBER
LEAGUE
TACITUS
NATIVES
FRANCE
WORLD
CYCLOPS
MATCH
VICTORIOUS
WORK
FIRST BISHOP
YEAR
BECK
FRANKFURT
PIRATES
GERMAN COMPOSER
PART
BORDER
EIDSKOG
FULDA
CITY-STATE
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Definitions

  1. Bremen is a Hanseatic city in northwestern Germany. (Web site)
  2. Bremen is an enclave in Lower Saxony.
  3. Bremen is a rather long and narrow city, lined along both sides of the river Weser.
  4. Bremen is a city located in Haralson County.
  5. Bremen is a celebrating city – and there is always something going on.

Program

  1. Program of OHB System (Bremen, Germany) with 6 satellites (3 stand-alone and 3 piggybacked).

Gold

  1. Other chroniclers of Viking history include Adam of Bremen, who wrote "There is much gold here (in Zealand), accumulated by piracy.
  2. In the monetary chaos, Hamburg, Bremen and Kiel established private banks to issue money backed by gold and foreign exchange.

Mare Balticum

  1. The first to name it the Baltic Sea (" Mare Balticum ") was eleventh century German chronicler Adam of Bremen. (Web site)
  2. The first to mention " Mare Balticum " in 11th century was Adam of Bremen.

Martinius

  1. The divines of Bremen were very moderate at the synod, and afterwards, headed by Martinius, they rejected its decisions.

Gold Thaler

  1. Bremen had used a gold based Thaler which was converted directly to the mark at a rate of 1 gold Thaler = 3.32 mark.

Third Largest German Port

  1. It is also the third largest German port (after Hamburg and the combined ports of Bremen and Bremerhaven) with mainly oil products being loaded and unloaded.

Second Harbour

  1. Bremerhaven was born and became a second harbour to Bremen, despite the distance of 50 km between the places. (Web site)

River Weser

  1. The river Weser flows by Bremen to the estuary at Bremerhaven (top). (Web site)

Joachim Neander

  1. Joachim Neander died at the age of 30, two years after becoming Minister in Bremen. (Web site)

Radio Bremen

  1. Radio Bremen began transmitting a daily programme on AM radio in 1945 under the post-war occupation of Germany by the Allied powers.

Werder Bremen

  1. In Germany he is known for his engagement with the Bundesliga team of Werder Bremen.

Bishop

  1. After further raids in 1066 and 1072 the bishop permanently moved to Bremen.

Building

  1. There is also a Mercedes-Benz factory in Bremen, building the C, CLK, SL, and SLK series of cars.

Citizens

  1. The attractive city-centre entices even the citizens of Bremen for shopping and the palace grounds invites ever for relaxing promenade.

Independence

  1. The independence of the city of Bremen was clarified. (Web site)

North

  1. The north has the delightful old seafaring cities of Hamburg and Bremen. (Web site)

Members

  1. The Hanseatic towns of Bremen, Lbeck and Hamburg were not members of this Union. (Web site)

March

  1. On the night of March 4, 1866, the 650 ton barque Libelle of Bremen, Germany, struck the eastern reef of Wake Island during a gale. (Web site)

January

  1. On 1 January 2005 Radio Bremen began to broadcast its own regional programming under a new banner: "Radio Bremen TV" (rb-tv).

Schools

  1. Carl Buchheister studied in Berlin and Bremen at schools for arts and crafts. (Web site)

South

  1. Bremen has an international airport situated in the south of the city. (Web site)
  2. The largest tributary of the Weser is the Aller, which joins south of Bremen.

South-West

  1. Bremen airport (BRE) is located in the south-west of the town and offers flights to most bigger German cities and some European destinations.

Successor

  1. In early 1271 the German archbishop of Gniezno Henry of Bremen abdicated and soon afterwards Świnka was chosen by the chapter as his successor.

Writer

  1. Sven Regener (born January 1, 1961 in Bremen) is a German musician and writer.

Ships

  1. Adam of Bremen (11th C.) reports that ships were sent from this portus maritimus to Slavic lands, to Sweden, Samland (Semlant) and even Greece. (Web site)
  2. They represent the major waterways for ships heading for the harbors of Bremerhaven, Nordenham and Bremen. (Web site)

Member

  1. STATTAUTO is member of European Car Sharing which has its headquarters in Bremen. (Web site)
  2. With its headquarters sited in Bremen city, Radio Bremen is a member of the consortium of German public broadcasting organizations, ARD.

League

  1. In order to avoid open war aldermen from Bremen went to the Hanseatic Council in Lbeck and agreed to becoming members of the league (1358) 3. (Web site)

Tacitus

  1. Sueones at Adam of Bremen is probably a defect, from a copy of Tacitus. (Web site)

Natives

  1. Adam of Bremen relates that his son Anund Emundsson died when he pillaged in Kvnland because the natives poisoned the water.

France

  1. Note the special statuses of Saarland (protectorate of France), Berlin, and the Free Hanseatic City of Bremen.

World

  1. Headquartered in Bremen, Germany, HUSS Maschinenfabrik is a market leader in the development, manufacture and sale of amusement rides throughout the world.

Cyclops

  1. Sindre is, as we know, like his brother Brok and others of his kinsmen, an artist of antiquity, a cyclops, to use the lan- guage of Adam of Bremen.

Match

  1. Shirov's first annotated game comes from this match against Bremen.
  2. The first goal ever scored in Bundesliga play was by Dortmund 's Timo Konietzka in a match ultimately won by Werder Bremen by a score of 3:2.

Victorious

  1. Adam of Bremen, however, only gives Emund Eriksson as the predecessor of Eric the Victorious.

Work

  1. Vinland was mentioned by Adam of Bremen, a geographer and historian in his work "Description insularum Aquilonis" which was written about 1075.
  2. Birka is mentioned in Vita Ansgari and the work of Adam of Bremen.
  3. He resumed his work as a writer, later becoming an inspector of schools at Bremen, where he died on May 6, 1796.

First Bishop

  1. Among the successful missionaries of the Faith were also St. Willihad, the first Bishop of Bremen, and his Anglo-Saxon companions.

Year

  1. Guest conductor at the Bremen State Theatre in 1981, he graduated from Hamburg Conservatory that same year. (Web site)

Beck

  1. Hoeke was once a small town with a town hall and a port on the Zwin, founded in the XIIIth century by merchants from Hamburg, Lübeck and Bremen.

Frankfurt

  1. In 1803, 45 cities were mediatized, leaving 6 cities: Augsburg, Lübeck, Nürnberg, Frankfurt, Bremen, Hamburg. (Web site)
  2. Petra Roth (born May 9, 1944 in Bremen) is a German politician and mayor of Frankfurt since 1995. (Web site)

Pirates

  1. Adam of Bremen clearly translated the "term viking" to nothing other than pirates (See sources below).
  2. In the early 14th century ships from Bremen acted as pirates to board hanseatic cogs.
  3. In the early 14th century, ships from Bremen acted as pirates to board hanseatic cogs. (Web site)

German Composer

  1. James Last (born Hans Last on April 17, 1929 in Bremen) is a German composer and big band leader with a large fan base in Europe and world-wide. (Web site)

Part

  1. Fukuhara will take part in the world team championships in Bremen, Germany, on April 24-May 1. (Web site)
  2. In 1947 the city became part of the Bundesland Bremen (Bremen Federal State) and was consequently renamed from Wesermünde to Bremerhaven.

Border

  1. During the High Middle Ages the Eider was the border between the Saxons and the Danes, as reported by Adam of Bremen in 1076. (Web site)
  2. As Adam of Bremen reported in 1076, the Eider river was the border between Denmark and the Saxon territories.

Eidskog

  1. One pilgrim’s route for Swedish pilgrims lay through Eidskog, Solør and Elverum; Adam of Bremen mentions this route as early as 1070. (Web site)

Fulda

  1. The Fulda joins the Werra in Hannoversch Münden, forming the Weser river which flows into the North Sea north of Bremen.
  2. At Hannoversch Münden, the Fulda joins with the Werra to form the Weser river which flows into the North Sea north of Bremen.

City-State

  1. It is a city-state, forming with Lübeck, Bremen and Rostock and other European ports the medieval Hanseatic League.
  2. It is a city-state, forming with Lbeck, Bremen and Rostock and other European ports the medieval Hanseatic League.
  3. The two city-state of Bremen and Bremerhaven.

Categories

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  2. Settlements > Cities > City-States > Hamburg
  3. Uppsala
  4. Bishopric
  5. World > Countries > European Union > Germany

Subcategories

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Bremerhaven
Rimbert
Weser River

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