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Definitions

  1. Hildesheim (help · info) is a city in Lower Saxony, Germany. (Web site)
  2. Hildesheim is a city in Germany at latitude 52.152, longitude 9.951.
  3. Hildesheim is a city with a variety of history, culture and vivid economy.
  4. Hildesheim is a beautiful traditional looking old town.
  5. Hildesheim was founded as the seat of the Bishopric of Hildesheim in 815.

Districts

  1. The districts of Hildesheim and Alfeld were merged in 1977.

Human Papillomavirus

  1. Herrero R, Hildesheim A, Bratti C, et al.: Population-based study of human papillomavirus infection and cervical neoplasia in rural Costa Rica. (Web site)

Northern Germany

  1. When Hildesheim obtained city rights in 1249, it was one of the biggest cities in Northern Germany.

Bishoprics

  1. On this behalf the bishoprics of Halberstadt (804) and Hildesheim (815) were established in eastern Saxony, bounded by the Oker river.

Four Centuries

  1. For four centuries the clergy ruled Hildesheim, before a town hall was built and the citizens gained some influence. (Web site)

City

  1. In 1974 the city of Hildesheim lost its status as an urban district and became part of the surrounding district, which was renamed to Hildesheim.

District

  1. Sorsum, a district of Hildesheim, is a small village in northern Germany.

Four Districts

  1. The present territory of the district was occupied by four districts: Hildesheim, Alfeld, Gronau and Marienburg.

National Law

  1. Adami served in Hildesheim until his death there, while publishing several tracts on national law. (Web site)

October 1974

  1. In 1971 Oskar Schindler moved to live with friends in Hildesheim, Germany, where he died on 9 October 1974, at the age of 66.

Germany

  1. Born Diane Heidkrüger in Hildesheim, Germany, Diane Kruger initially aspired to be a dancer and studied with the Royal Ballet in London.
  2. Born in Algermissen, Germany (near Hildesheim) in 1975, Diane Kruger started out studying ballet with the Royal Ballet in London.
  3. Hildesheim is a city near Hanover, Germany. (Web site)

Lower Saxony

  1. Giesen is a village and a municipality in the district of Hildesheim, in Lower Saxony, Germany.

Bishopric

  1. History The town became the seat of the Bishopric of Hildesheim in 815.
  2. The town became the seat of the Bishopric of Hildesheim in 815. (Web site)

Hildesheim

  1. Among the most noted places of learning were the cathedral and monastery schools of Corvey, Hildesheim, Paderborn, and Münster.
  2. Among the most noted places of learning were the cathedral and monastery schools of Corbie, Hildesheim, Paderborn, and Münster.
  3. Oskar Schindler died in Hildesheim, Germany, on 9 October 1974, at the age of 66.

Categories

  1. Countries > European Union > Germany > Paderborn
  2. World > Countries > States > Lower Saxony
  3. October 1974
  4. National Law
  5. Bishopric
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