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CITY-STATE
BLACK HAMBURG
SEVERAL GREAT FIRES
HANSEATIC CITY
MECKLENBURG
NEUENGAMME
RICKMER RICKMERS
HAMBURGER VERKEHRSVERBUND
HEAVY METAL MUSIC WORLD
BEIERSDORF AG
INTERNATIONAL SPORTS EVENTS
ELBE RIVER
LOWER SAXONY
NEUENGAMME CONCENTRATION CAMP
MASTERS SERIES HAMBURG
HAMBURG HARBOUR
MONTE CARLO
HAMBURG FINAL
HAMBURG AIRPORT
HAMBURG BALLET
SWEDEN
GERMAN WRITER
NDASH
OUTSKIRTS
VIOLINIST
PASTOR
TOKYO
FIRST TIME
COMPOSING
NAPOLEON
BALTIC SEA
SECOND ROUND
CAREER
HOMETOWN
SEMIFINALS
QUARTERFINALS
PRUSSIA
RHINE
BASEL
MADRID
PARIS
VENICE
LONDON
LIVERPOOL
SEMI-FINALS
TOURNAMENT
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Definitions

  1. Hamburg is a city state and part of the Federal Republic of Germany.
  2. Hamburg is a major transportation hub in Northern Germany and is one of the most affluent cities in Europe.
  3. Hamburg is an international trade city and the commercial and cultural centre of Northern Germany.
  4. Hamburg is a major port city situated on the Elbe River in northern Germany.
  5. Hamburg is the second-largest city in Germany with a population of 1.8 million people.

City-State

  1. Between 1960 and 1975 Rio was a city-state (such as Hamburg, or Bremen in Germany) under the name State of Guanabara (after the bay it borders).

Black Hamburg

  1. Kerner: A German cross of the Riesling grape and Black Hamburg (Trollinger), Kerner is resistant to frost and does well in cooler climates.

Several Great Fires

  1. Hamburg had several great fires, notably in 1284 and 1842.

Hanseatic City

  1. Effective 1 January 1868, Bergedorf was purchased by the Hanseatic city of Hamburg and passed completely into its ownership.

Mecklenburg

  1. Born in 1890 in Mecklenburg in Germany, Jan Appel began at a very early age to work in the shipyards in Hamburg.

Neuengamme

  1. Nazi concentration camp in marshy country near the community of Neuengamme; today in the district of Bergedorf, Hamburg.

Rickmer Rickmers

  1. The Rickmer Rickmers, Hamburg, Germany, a three-masted barque built in 1896.

Hamburger Verkehrsverbund

  1. The Hamburger Verkehrsverbund (HVV) is an organisation coordinating the public transport in and around Hamburg, Germany.
  2. Tickets sold by one company in this Hamburger Verkehrsverbund (Hamburg traffic group) (HVV) are valid on all other HVV companies' services.

Heavy Metal Music World

  1. Hamburg was one of the major centers of the heavy metal music world in the 1980's.

Beiersdorf Ag

  1. Beiersdorf AG (FWB: BEI) is a multinational corporation based in Hamburg, Germany, manufacturing personal care products.

International Sports Events

  1. Hamburg is considered Germany's capital of sports since no other city is home to more first league teams and international sports events.

Elbe River

  1. The district is situated at the southern banks of the Elbe River, between the city of Hamburg and the river's mouth.

Lower Saxony

  1. The program includes local excursions in Lower Saxony including visits to Bremen and Hamburg.

Neuengamme Concentration Camp

  1. Over 4,000 were sent by small boat to Germany, some to the Neuengamme concentration camp near Hamburg, and some to camps along the Baltic coast.
  2. Gorath was imprisoned at Neuengamme concentration camp near Hamburg, and forced to wear a pink triangle, identifying him as gay and a transvestite.

Masters Series Hamburg

  1. Federer was the defending champion at the Masters Series Hamburg but lost to Nadal in the final.
  2. Rafa Nadal cemented his spot in the third Sunday of the French Open by winning the Masters Series Hamburg over Roger Federer.

Hamburg Harbour

  1. The Hamburg Harbour remains the prize asset of the city and is one of the largest deep-sea ports for container shipping in the world.
  2. Rickmer Rickmers is a sailing ship moored in Hamburg harbour, near the Cap San Diego.
  3. Hamburg harbour on the river Elbe.

Monte Carlo

  1. He beat Roger Federer in the finals of both Monte Carlo and Hamburg, and held back Novak Djokovic in the penultimate round at Hamburg.
  2. He won his third Hamburg clay court title in May by defeating Richard Gasquet, to whom he had earlier lost in Monte Carlo.

Hamburg Final

  1. Nadal then embarked on his 81-match winning streak on the surface, ended in the Hamburg final by Roger Federer.

Hamburg Airport

  1. The nearest international airport is Hamburg Airport, which is situated approximately 90 km to the south of Kiel.
  2. Hamburg's international airport is Hamburg Airport, which is the oldest airport in Germany still being in operation.
  3. The nearest international airport is Hamburg Airport, which is situated approximately 90 kilometres (56 mi) to the south of Kiel.

Hamburg Ballet

  1. Currently a principal dancer with Dresden SemperOper Ballet, he has spent most of his career as a principal with the Hamburg Ballet.

Sweden

  1. The countries represented on the bandstand that night in Hamburg, Germany, were the United States, Sweden, England, and Italy.

German Writer

  1. David Chotjewitz (born May 14, 1964, in Berlin) is a German writer and theatre director who lives in Hamburg.
  2. Arno Surminski (born 20 August 1934 in Jaglack, East Prussia) is a German writer, living in Hamburg, and a father of two.
  3. Hermann Kant (* June 14, 1926) German writer who was born in Hamburg and lived until the German reunification in the GDR.

Ndash

  1. Carl von Ossietzky (Hamburg, October 3, 1889 – May 4, 1938 in Berlin) was a radical German pacifist and the recipient of the 1935 Nobel Peace Prize.
  2. Otto Kern (February 14, 1863 – January 31, 1942) was a German linguist and former professor of philosophy at the University of Hamburg.

Outskirts

  1. In addition to the U- and S-Bahn a third company operates three lines in the outskirts of Hamburg.

Violinist

  1. Handel came to the city of Hamburg in the summer of 1703 and played as a violinist in the theatre at the Gänsemarkt, the local market place.
  2. The following year he moved to Hamburg where he worked at the opera, at first as a violinist and then as harpsichordist and composer.

Pastor

  1. Johann Rist, son of a pastor, attended the Johanneum in Hamburg and the Gymnasium Illustre in Bremen, then matriculated at the University of Rinteln.

Tokyo

  1. Tawada Yoko, born in Tokyo in 1960, has resided in Hamburg, Germany since 1982, where she received her Ph.D. in German literature.

First Time

  1. Ferrer) for fourth straight year and for first time at AMS Hamburg (d.

Composing

  1. During this period Brahms moved to Hamburg and buried himself in composing, throwing in frequent public appearances.

Napoleon

  1. Hamburg was briefly annexed by Napoleon I (1810–14). Russian forces under General Bennigsen finally freed the city in 1814.
  2. Briefly annexed by Napoleon I (1810-14), Hamburg suffered severely during his last campaign in Germany.

Baltic Sea

  1. Soon the towns of Holstein, as Lbeck and Hamburg, became serious trade competitors on the Baltic Sea.

Second Round

  1. HAMBURG, GERMANY (AP) -- A majority of Major League Soccer coaches surveyed predict the United States will advance to the second round of the World Cup.
  2. His lone tournament was Hamburg, and he lost in the second round to Marat Safin.

Career

  1. Brahms's father, Johann Jakob Brahms (1806–72), came to Hamburg from Dithmarschen, seeking a career as a town musician.
  2. In 1993, at the height of her career and seemingly unstoppable, she was brutally stabbed by a deranged Steffi Graf fan while playing in Hamburg, Germany.
  3. The Beatles started their career in Hamburg, which had an amazing music scene in those days.

Hometown

  1. He studied law in his hometown and then worked for a bank in Hamburg until the outbreak of World War II, when he joined the German army.

Semifinals

  1. Afterwards he got to the semifinals of Casablanca, as well as the Round of 16 in both the ATP Masters Series tournaments held in Monte Carlo and Hamburg.
  2. He also advanced to the semifinals on clay at AMS Hamburg and Portschach.

Quarterfinals

  1. More appealing will be the quarterfinals where Hamburg and Barcelona are likely to test the #1 seeds which are drawn against them.
  2. He also advanced to the quarterfinals at the Masters Series Hamburg, falling to eventual champion Tommy Robredo.
  3. He won his third Hamburg clay court title in May by defeating Richard Gasquet, to whom he had earlier lost in the quarterfinals of Monte Carlo.

Prussia

  1. On its facade it shows the Austrian emperors since Hamburg was allied to the Austrian Empire, not Prussia.

Rhine

  1. Russian troops occupy Hamburg in late March, and the dukes of Mecklenburg withdraw from the Confederation of the Rhine.

Basel

  1. He has held solo concert in Hamburg, Basel, Zurich, and the famous Forest Music Festival in Germany.

Madrid

  1. Hamburg has been replaced by a clay court event at Madrid, which will be a combined men's and women's tournament.

Paris

  1. The train journey from Frankfurt to Paris using the ICE will take about six hours; going from Hamburg to Paris can take eight and a half hours.
  2. She sang at all of the major opera centers of the world including Tokyo, Paris, Buenos Aires, Chicago, San Francisco, and Hamburg.

Venice

  1. He exhibited widely in the late 1890s and early years of the 20th century in Paris, Brussels, Provence, Berlin, Hamburg, the Hague, Venice, and elsewhere.

London

  1. On July 1, after he had performed at a soiree of Lady Ashbourne, Liszt left London, travelling to Hamburg.
  2. There were many other smaller trading towns like Dublin, London, York, Hamburg, Bremen, Bruges, Ypres, etc, which were later to become very important.

Liverpool

  1. He moved to Liverpool in 1977, for a then-record 440,000 transfer fee, to replace Kevin Keegan, who left to play for Hamburg in Germany.
  2. Stuart Sutcliffe had remained in Hamburg for a time, so Pete had to fill in as a temporary bass guitarist for their four gigs in Liverpool in December.

Semi-Finals

  1. Wawrinka) and reached semi-finals at Hamburg and Roland Garros (l.

Tournament

  1. That same year, she was the opponent of Monica Seles at a tournament in Hamburg, Germany when a deranged fan stabbed Seles in the back on the court.
  2. But Seles was stabbed by a deranged Graf fan during a tournament in 1993 in Hamburg, interrupting her career for two years.
  3. He surprised us here last year, the same way in Hamburg, the tournament that was replaced by Madrid, on more than one occasion.

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  2. Settlements > Cities > Capitals > Berlin
  3. Brahms
  4. Music > Composers > German Composers > Handel
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