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KASSEL
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Definitions

  1. Kassel is a city in Germany, in the state of Hesse.
  2. Kassel, the green city located on the Fulda river, is first of all famous for the "documenta" - one of the world's most interesting contemporary art fairs. (Web site)
  3. Kassel is scene of the Documenta, an important international exhibition of modern and contemporary art. (Web site)
  4. Kassel was its capital and became a centre of Calvinist Protestantism in Germany.
  5. Kassel is also the birthplace of Annika Mehlhorn, a German butterfly and medley swimmer who competed in the 2004 Summer Olympics.

Adalbert Bezzenberger

  1. Adalbert Bezzenberger (1851 – 1922) was a German philologist, born at Kassel.

Observatory

  1. The Landgraf Wilhelm IV of Hessen-Kassel had founded an observatory at Kassel about 15 years earlier and Tycho was very impressed by the methods used there. (Web site)

City Rights

  1. A deed from 1189 certifies that Kassel had city rights, but the date of their conveyance is not known.

Industrial Centre

  1. Kassel ceased to be a princely residence, but soon developed into a major industrial centre as well as a major railway junction.

Contemporary Art

  1. Since 1955 the documenta, an international exhibition of modern and contemporary art, has been held regularly in Kassel.

Piano

  1. Preface to an edition of 36 fugues for piano, Kassel: Bärenreiter catalogue numbers 19117–119. 1973 ^ Jan Racek. (Web site)

Conducting

  1. A prize winner at the Madrid Conservatory in piano, Argenta went to Kassel and studied conducting with Carl Schuricht. (Web site)

Organist

  1. He subsequently had a short stint as organist at Kassel before moving to Dresden in 1615 to work as court composer to the Elector of Saxony. (Web site)

Berlin

  1. On 18 and 19 April, however, the Germans offered little resistance to missions near Berlin and Kassel. (Web site)

Hamburg

  1. He was born in Hamburg and studied in Kassel; his violin teacher was Louis Spohr. (Web site)

Surrounding Region

  1. Besides ten models who have worked with Oumou Sy for many years, 150 people from Kassel and the surrounding region took part in the show. (Web site)

Rhine

  1. Navigable to Kassel on the Fulda River, the Weser is connected by the Midland canal system with the Rhine, the Ems, and the Elbe rivers. (Web site)

Germany

  1. Karl Ziegler was born in Helsa near Kassel, Germany and was educated at the University of Marburg.
  2. Last year Adriá was the first chef to be invited to take part in Documenta, the prestigious five-yearly survey of contemporary art in Kassel, Germany.

First

  1. He first visited William IV, Landgrave of Hesse-Kassel 's observatory at Kassel, then went on to Frankfurt, Basel and Venice. (Web site)

Critical Edition

  1. He is currently preparing a critical edition of Rameau’s Zaïs (1748) for Jean-Philippe Rameau: Opera Omnia, Bärenreiter, Kassel.

Frankfurt Am Main

  1. The attack had been disguised by a feint attack on Frankfurt am Main that commenced five minutes before the raid on Kassel.

Fulda

  1. Nearest other towns are Kassel in the north, Fulda in the south an Eisenach in the east. (Web site)

Eder

  1. Unlike the Lahn and Sieg, that are both tributaries of the Rhine, the Eder flows east and north and into the river Fulda at Edermünde, south of Kassel.

Hesse

  1. Marburg (alongside Kassel) was one of the capitals of Hesse from that time until about 1540. (Web site)

Kassel

  1. After crossing the Werra, it ascends and decends in a hilly landscape known to motorists as Kasseler Berge, before finally reaching the city of Kassel. (Web site)
  2. Erfurt is located 100 km SW of Leipzig, 113 km SE of Kassel and 180 km SE of Hannover. (Web site)
  3. In 1807 Napoleon created for his brother, Jérôme Bonaparte, the kingdom of Westphalia; its capital was Kassel. (Web site)

Categories

  1. World > Countries > States > Hesse
  2. Hannover
  3. Motorists
  4. Settlements > Cities > City > Erfurt
  5. Fulda
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