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COLOGNE OPERA
JOHANNES SIBERTUS KUFFLER
GERMAN UNDERWATER CLUB
JACOB PRAETORIUS
FREE CITY
COLOGNE OPERA HOUSE
CARDINAL JOACHIM MEISNER
ALSDORF
DORTMUND
TIROL
PHANTASIALAND
KARLHEINZ STOCKHAUSEN
EUROPEAN ASTRONAUT CENTER
COLOGNE CONSERVATORY
GERMAN CITY
WESTPHALIA
DSSELDORF
DUESSELDORF
BERGISCH GLADBACH
MODERN COLOGNE
KöLNARENA
ELECTOR
FRANCO
COLOGNE DADA GROUP
COLOGNE SHARKS
REICHSTHALER
COLOGNE MARK
ROMAN EMPEROR
FIRST ALBUM
WEST BANK
SUCCESSOR
REIMS
CORONATION
PIANO CONCERTO
EXCURSIONS
CRUSADERS
BARBARIANS
CONVENT
ROTTERDAM
HERESY
CONSULS
FREDERICK
OTTO
ROMAN TIMES
CAMBRAI
GAUL
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Definitions

  1. Cologne is the fourth largest city in Germany in terms of inhabitants after Berlin, Hamburg and Munich.
  2. Cologne is the name that the French gave to the city of Köln in Germany and the origins of Eau de Cologne are actually rooted in Italy.
  3. Cologne is a major cultural centre of the Rhineland and has a vibrant art scene.
  4. Cologne is a very lively city, especially so with World Cup matches being played there.
  5. Cologne was a member of the Hanseatic League and became an Free Imperial City in 1475.

Cologne Opera

  1. In April 2010 she sang the Marschallin in Der Rosenkavalier by Richard Strauss in two performances at the Cologne Opera in Germany.

Johannes Sibertus Kuffler

  1. Johannes Sibertus Kuffler (1595-1677) was a German inventor and chemist, from Cologne.

German Underwater Club

  1. It was a member of the German Underwater Club, Cologne by the name of Ludwig von Bersuda, who in 1961 came up with the idea of a ball game underwater.

Jacob Praetorius

  1. He studied organ early with his father (Jacob Praetorius, also a composer), afterwards going to Cologne for further study.

Free City

  1. The free city of Cologne must not be confused with the Archbishops of Cologne.

Cologne Opera House

  1. From 1963 to 1966, he was ballet director for the Cologne Opera House and from 1966-69 he filled the same role in Frankfurt.
  2. April 2010, returns to the Cologne Opera House in Germany for two final performances of the Marschallin in Rosenkavalier.

Cardinal Joachim Meisner

  1. Cardinal Joachim Meisner, Archbishop of Cologne, was speaking as the Church inaugurated its Kolumba art museum.

Alsdorf

  1. It serves main lines to Cologne, Mönchengladbach and Liège as well as branch lines to Heerlen, Alsdorf, Stolberg and Eschweiler.

Dortmund

  1. Later on more international destinations were added like Cologne, Bonn, Dortmund, Duisburg, Eindhoven and Paris.

Tirol

  1. This was fine for Tirol, but much of Europe was accustomed to measuring by the more widely used Köln (Cologne) Mark.

Phantasialand

  1. The amusement park located near Cologne is called Phantasialand.

Karlheinz Stockhausen

  1. Karlheinz Stockhausen is a German musician born in Mdrath near Cologne on the 22nd August 1928.

European Astronaut Center

  1. Christer is a member of ESA's European Astronaut Corps, whose home base is the European Astronaut Center located in Cologne, Germany.

Cologne Conservatory

  1. He studied at the Cologne conservatory and at the Royal Academy of Music in Berlin with Willy Hess and Bram Elderling.
  2. After serving as court pianist (1846-48) in Denmark, he taught at the Cologne Conservatory and the Univ.

German City

  1. From Arnhem, the German city of Cologne can be reached by high speed train in about 90 minutes.

Westphalia

  1. The archbishops of Cologne received Westphalia as a duchy in 1180, but the duchy was in fact confined mainly to the area just north of Cologne.

D?sseldorf

  1. It is located on the eastern bank of the Rhine, half way between Cologne and Dsseldorf.
  2. The airports and exhibition grounds of Dsseldorf, Dortmund and Cologne are between 40 and 88 kilometres away.

Duesseldorf

  1. Express Online German daily with world news, sports, local news and service from Cologne (Koeln), Duesseldorf, Bonn.

Bergisch Gladbach

  1. Bergisch Gladbach is a city in the Bergisches Land in Nordrhein-Westfalen, Germany, located east of Cologne.
  2. Heidi Klum was born in Bergisch Gladbach, a small city near Cologne, Germany, in 1973.
  3. In 1961, Stockhausen acquired a parcel of land in the vicinity of Kürten, a village east of Cologne, near Bergisch Gladbach in the Bergisches Land.

Modern Cologne

  1. She was born at Oppidum Ubiorum on the Rhine, afterwards named in her honour Colonia Agrippinae (modern Cologne, Germany).
  2. The Eifel Aqueduct is constructed to bring water 95 km (60 miles) from the Eifel region to Colonia Claudia Ara Agrippinensum (modern Cologne).

Kölnarena

  1. The annual general meeting (AGM) regarding Deutsche Post AG's fiscal year 2007 was held in Cologne (Kölnarena), Germany, on 6 May 2008.

Elector

  1. The succeeding bishop, Maximilian Frederick of Königsegg-Rottenfels (1761-84), who was also Elector of Cologne, was a weak, though well-meaning man.
  2. His father and grandfather were both musicians at Bonn, at the Court of the Elector of Cologne.

Franco

  1. Franconian motet a motet which capitalizes on the mensural notation of Franco of Cologne (fl.
  2. The Montpellier Codex is a critical source for what are known as "Pre-Franconian" and "Franconian" motets, after Franco of Cologne.

Cologne Dada Group

  1. In 1919 he travelled to Cologne (Kln), and founded the Cologne DaDa group with Max Ernst and Johannes Baargeld.

Cologne Sharks

  1. The Kölner Haie (Cologne Sharks) are an ice hockey club based in Cologne, Germany that plays in the Deutsche Eishockey Liga.
  2. Kölnarena, a multifunctional event hall, home to the local ice hockey team, the Kölner Haie (English: Cologne Sharks).

Reichsthaler

  1. The order issued in 1566 had stated that 9 Reichsthaler were to be minted of 1 Mark silver of Cologne (of 233.856 g).

Cologne Mark

  1. This was fine for Tirol, but much of Europe was accustomed to measuring by the more widely used Cologne mark.

Roman Emperor

  1. Proclaimed Roman Emperor by the soldiers at Cologne during the civil war of A.D. 69; d.

First Album

  1. Their first album saw them work in Cologne with Conny Plank (who had produced the later Tourists sessions).

West Bank

  1. After the campaign, Agrippa resettled the Ubians on the west bank of the Rhine, and founded Cologne.

Successor

  1. As a successor to Hans Werner Henze he moved in 1995 in this same capacity to the Cologne Musikhochschule.

Reims

  1. Its indiscriminate use, permitted to Hincmar of Reims by Leo IV (851) and to Bruno of Cologne by Agapetus II (954) was contrary to the general custom.

Coronation

  1. If the coronation was performed (as it usually was before 1562) at Aix-la-Chapelle, then the Archbishop of Cologne, as diocesan, was the chief officiant.

Piano Concerto

  1. He received his early musical training in Cologne under the composer and pianist Ferdinand Hiller, to whom Robert Schumann dedicated his piano concerto.
  2. Bruch received his early musical training in Cologne under the composer and pianist Ferdinand Hiller, to whom Robert Schumann dedicated his piano concerto.

Excursions

  1. Excursions to Cologne and Frankfurt and canoeing on the river Lahn are possible.
  2. Excursions along the Rhine No visit to Cologne is complete without a trip along the Rhine.

Crusaders

  1. The crusaders moved north through the Rhine valley into well-known Jewish communities such as Cologne, and then southward.

Barbarians

  1. In the late 270s a half-Brythonic usurper named Bononus rebelled to avoid the repercussions of letting his fleet be burnt by barbarians at Cologne.

Convent

  1. He was in the convent of Cologne, interpreting Peter Lombard's "Book of the Sentences", when, in 1245, he was ordered to repair to Paris.

Rotterdam

  1. Another metropolitan region is the one extending from Rotterdam to Cologne along the Rhine River, with about 30 million people in it.

Heresy

  1. Eckhart next appears as teacher at Cologne, and the archbishop, Hermann von Virneburg, accused him of heresy before the pope.

Consuls

  1. Postumus set up the capital of his renegade empire at Cologne, complete with its own senate, consuls and praetorian guard.

Frederick

  1. But Frederick was soon recalled to Germany by the news of a revolt raised by Philip of Heinsberg, archbishop of Cologne, in alliance with the pope.
  2. Louis then was quickly crowned in Aachen by Peter of Aspelt, while Frederick was crowned in Bonn by Prince-Elector Henry II of Cologne.

Otto

  1. Otto took control of Aachen, the place of coronation, and was crowned by Adolf, Archbishop of Cologne, on July 12, 1198.
  2. His successor, Otto I, eventually entrusted the duchy to his brother, Bruno, archbishop of Cologne.

Roman Times

  1. During the Roman times, construction of roads like the (chaussée Brunehaut between Bavay and Cologne).

Cambrai

  1. In the 5th century, numerous small Frankish kingdoms existed, among them the ones in Cologne, Tournai, Le Mans and Cambrai.

Gaul

  1. In the wake of the Hunnic invasion of Gaul, a band of Ripuarians gained control of Cologne.

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