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FREIBURG
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Definitions

  1. Freiburg is a center of academia and research with numerous intellectual figures and Nobel laureates having lived, worked, and taught there.
  2. Freiburg is the gateway to the Black Forest, an archepiscopal see and an old university town.
  3. Freiburg is served by EuroAirport Basel-Mulhouse-Freiburg, located in France, close to the borders of both Germany and Switzerland.
  4. Freiburg is home to football team SC Freiburg that plays at the Badenova-Stadion.
  5. Freiburg is known as an "eco-city".

Musikhochschule

  1. Afterward, she enrolled at the Musikhochschule in Freiburg, Germany, to study with British composer Brian Ferneyhough and Germany's Klaus Huber.

Breisgau

  1. He was born on 25 January 1913 at Freiburg in Breisgau, Germany as the fifth child of the pathologist Ludwig Aschoff and his wife Clara.

Freiburg Im Breisgau

  1. Arnold Fanck (born 6 March 1889 in Frankenthal, Germany; died 28 September 1974 in Freiburg im Breisgau, Germany) was a pioneer of the German mountain film.

Developed

  1. DECKROT: Developed at the Freiburg Research Institute, Germany, this is a red-fleshed teinturier cultivar derived from a Pinot Gris and Teinturier cross.

Center

  1. Freiburg Münster can be seen in the center.

Composition

  1. From 1952 to 1957 he studied composition with Harald Genzmer (a pupil of Paul Hindemith) at the Musikhochschule of Freiburg in Breisgau.

Student

  1. He was a student at the University of Leipzig, University of Berlin, and University of Freiburg up until the year 1840.

England

  1. Some of his appearances (Cambridge, England and Freiburg, Germany) were planned to coincide with Lama Ole Nydahls lectures.

Paris

  1. Kaija Saariaho studied composition in Helsinki, Freiburg and Paris, where she has lived since 1982.

Various Places

  1. There's Horn in Iceland and Hoorn in Holland, various places in the German lands are called Freiburg (burg meaning something like settlement).

Important Center

  1. In 1520, Freiburg decided not to take part in the Reformation and became an important center for Catholicism on the Upper Rhine.

Vienna

  1. The cover to the right, for instance, was mailed on 6 May 1938 from Vienna to Freiburg im Breisgau, then was forwarded to Hamburg.

First

  1. Geologists commemorate 1775 as the year in which, at a small mining academy at Freiburg in Germany, geology was first taught by Abraham Werner.

Psychologist

  1. Elisabeth Beck-Gernsheim (born 14th October 1946 in Freiburg, is a German sociologist, psychologist, and philosopher.

Professor

  1. He became professor at the University of Salzburg from 1969 to 1977; he then returned to Freiburg, where he spent the rest of his days.
  2. In 1986 he was professor of piano at the Staatliche Hochschule fur Musik in Freiburg, Breisgau, Germany.

Basel

  1. He first revisited Rostock, then went to Basel, Freiburg, and Augsburg.

Town Center

  1. Vauban is a new neighborhood of 5000 inhabitants and 600 jobs 4km to the south of the town center in Freiburg, Germany.

France

  1. In 1714, after losing Landau and Freiburg, the Emperor and Empire also made peace with France in the Treaty of Rastatt and that of Baden.

University City

  1. Lying in the secluded wine-rich south western corner of Germany, Freiburg is a very laid back, beautiful university city.

Theology

  1. Cardinal Karl Lehmann studied philosophy and theology at the universities of Freiburg and Rome.

Town

  1. The name Fribourg is French, whereas Freiburg (help · info) is the German name for both the canton and the town.
  2. Guildford had been twinned with a town called Freiburg in southern Germany.

Archdiocese

  1. In 1827, when the Archdiocese of Freiburg was founded, Freiburg became the seat of a Catholic archbishop.

Cities

  1. The cemetery for German Jews who died at Camp Gurs is maintained by the town of Freiburg and other cities of Baden.

Strasbourg

  1. Other cities within easy reach include Freiburg, Strasbourg and Stuttgart.

Doctorate

  1. After earning his doctorate, he was an assistant for several years to pathologist Ludwig Aschoff (1866-1942) in Freiburg.

Zermelo

  1. At the end of the World War II Zermelo requested that he be reinstated to his honorary position in Freiburg and indeed he was reinstated to the post in 1946.

City

  1. Freiburg im Breisgau is a city in Baden-Württemberg, Germany.

Munich

  1. Cities that were founded in the 12th century include Freiburg, possibly the economic model for many later cities, and Munich.
  2. Korbinian Brodmann studied medicine in Munich, W黵zburg, Berlin, and Freiburg im Breisgau, and received his license to practice medicine in 1895.
  3. Peter Bamm volunteeered for military service in World War I, after which he studied medicine and sinology in Munich, Göttingen and Freiburg im Breisgau.

University

  1. Dr Tariq Ramadan taught Islamic Studies and Philosophy as a professor at Freiburg University in Switzerland for many years.
  2. Ralf Reski (Freiburg University, Germany) addressed the biology of the moss Physcomitrella patens.
  3. On August 21, 1933 Heidegger established the Führer-principle at the university, later he was appointed Führer of Freiburg University.

Universities

  1. He was a student at the universities of Berlin, Freiburg and Göttingen, where he met Edmund Landau, who supervised his doctorate.
  2. He then studied mathematics, physics and philosophy at the universities of Berlin, Halle and Freiburg.
  3. He developed the hydrogenation of ozonides in the late 1920s and taught at the Universities of Munich, Freiburg and Würzburg.

Berlin

  1. Weber took up a professorship of economics at Freiburg after some teaching in Berlin.
  2. Bert Sakmann studied medicine from 1967 onwards in Tübingen, Freiburg, Berlin, Paris and Munich.
  3. Brodmann studied medicine in Munich, Würzburg, Berlin and Freiburg, where he received his medical diploma in 1895.

Heidelberg

  1. Max Nonne studied in Heidelberg, Freiburg, and Berlin, receiving his doctorate at Hamburg University in 1884.
  2. In 1895 he became professor of political economy at Freiburg, and the next year he went to Heidelberg in the same post.
  3. He was first appointed to a chair of economics in Freiburg in 1894, and then became successor to Knies at Heidelberg in 1897.

Germany

  1. He has studied in Paris, Strasbourg, Freiburg (Germany), and Montpellier, where he received a Masters degree in film studies in 1985.
  2. In 1962, Hayek left for the University of Freiburg in Germany and subsequently Salzburg, where he spent his remaining years.
  3. The French Army maintained a presence in Freiburg until 1991, when the last French Army division left the city, and left Germany.

Black Forest

  1. Because of its scenic beauty, relatively warm and sunny climate and easy access to the Black Forest, Freiburg is a hub for regional tourism.

Swiss Canton

  1. Barberêche is a municipality in the District du Lac (Seebezirk in German) in the Swiss canton of Fribourg (Freiburg).

Freiburg

  1. Weber began teaching at the University of Berlin, and later he taught at the Universities of Freiburg, Heidelberg, Vienna and Munich.
  2. Born in Stuttgart, Rupert Mayer studied philosophy and theology in Freiburg, Munich and Tübingen.
  3. Fribourg (French), (German: Freiburg or Freiburg im Üechtland, often Fribourg) is the capital of the Swiss canton of Fribourg and the district of Sarine.

Categories

  1. Swiss Canton
  2. Population > Settlements > Towns > Fribourg
  3. Black Forest
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