the period of 300 years starting from 1209, and the completion of the steeples took place only in 1520. Despite being repeatedly looted, the Cathedral of Magdeburg is rich in art, ranging from antiques to modern art. ('''more... (Cathedral of Magdeburg)''') As a candidate of the Green Party federations of Saxony, Saxony-Anhalt and Thuringia he was elected to the European Parliament in June 2004. He also participates in activities of Green Party (Czech Republic) Green Party
Halberstadt. It is famous as the ''Schachdorf'' (chess village), due to a long historic connection with chess. The village has about 1,200 citizens. While the name East Germany, a political term, used to be the colloquial naming of the German Democratic Republic (GDR), the term Eastern Germany underwent a shift in the 20th century due to the border shifts after the Second World War. Since in German there is only one usual term ''Ostdeutschland'', meaning East Germany or Eastern Germany, the German rather ambiguous term never gained prevailing use for the GDR as did the English term. While Eastern Germany had been used for the former eastern territories of Germany before the Second World War (World War II) WikiPedia:Saxony-Anhalt Dmoz:Regional Europe Germany States Saxony-Anhalt Commons:Category:Saxony-Anhalt
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-Fleckertshöhe'', an FM (FM broadcasting) and microwave (Microwave transmission) radio transmitter. The main antenna-bearing tower in this complex is of a unique construction. It was built as a 121 m-tall hybrid tower with a steel-framework support structure. * Hunsrückbahn – This railway line from Boppard to Emmelshausen is among Germany’s steepest. Among German railway lines still in operation, only the Rübelandbahn (Rübeland Railway) (Saxony-Anhalt) and the Rennsteigbahn (Thuringia) are steeper. The Hunsrückbahn is said to be one of Rhineland-Palatinate’s most scenic railway lines. The train runs on this line across two viaducts and on the stretch between Boppard and Buchholz through five tunnels. It has stood under monumental protection since 1987. '''Röcken''' is a village and a former municipality in the Burgenlandkreis district, in Saxony-Anhalt, Germany. Since 1 July 2009, it has been part of the town Lützen. terminus_b states Saxony-Anhalt, Thuringia, Bavaria '''Alexisbad''' is a small spa town of Germany, in the municipality of Harzgerode, and the district of Harz (Harz (district)), Saxony-Anhalt, lying in the outskirts of the Harz Mountains, 1000 ft. above sea level. It has its own station on the narrow-gauge steam railway from Gernrode to Harzgerode (part of the Selke Valley Railway). Population: 42. Territory The Lower Saxon Circle included the easternmost part of current Lower Saxony, the northernmost part of Saxony-Anhalt (excluding the Altmark) Rudi Fischer: ''800 Jahre Calvörde – Eine Chronik bis 1991''. , Mecklenburg, Holstein (excluding Dithmarschen), Hamburg, Bremen, in addition to small areas in Brandenburg and Thuringia. For the most part it was a continuous territory with the exception of small enclaves like Halle (Halle, Saxony-Anhalt) and Jüterbog. Nordhausen and Mühlhausen were also areas outside the continuous portion of the imperial circle. Within the circle was the Archbishopric of Verden (Verden (state)), which was in personal union with the Archbishopric of Bremen since 1502. The Counties of Schaumburg (County of Schaumburg) and Spiegelberg were also part of the personal union, but they were not a part of the Lower Saxon Circle. The Soviet occupation zone incorporated Thuringia, Saxony, Saxony-Anhalt, Brandenburg and Mecklenburg-Vorpommern. The Soviet Military Administration in Germany was headquartered in Berlin-Karlshorst. '''Pforta''', or '''Schulpforta''', is a former Cistercian (Cistercians) monastery, '''Pforta Abbey''' (1137-1540), near Naumburg on the Saale River in the German (Germany) state of Saxony-Anhalt. It is now a celebrated German public (public education) boarding school, called '''Landesschule Pforta'''. It is coeducational and teaches around 300 high school students. 24 10 2009 align left WikiPedia:Saxony-Anhalt Dmoz:Regional Europe Germany States Saxony-Anhalt Commons:Category:Saxony-Anhalt
Germany, the German rather ambiguous term never gained prevailing use for the GDR as did the English term. While Eastern Germany had been used for the former eastern territories of Germany before the Second World War (World War II) . E.g. the official name of the Roman Catholic ecclesiastical province, under the Archbishop of Breslau (Archdiocese of Breslau), covering all the former eastern territories of Germany (and some area west
in the public sector since 1997. Germany is the first country in the world to include "gender identity" nationally in anti-discrimination laws. officetype BPOL-Direktion officename
and Hesse Stuttgart covering Baden-Württemberg Munich covering Bavaria Pirna covering Saxony, Saxony-Anhalt and Thuringia Potsdam covering Berlin and Brandenburg Frankfurt International Airport stationtype * Munich covering Bavaria, * Pirna covering Saxony, Saxony-Anhalt and Thuringia, and * Berlin covering Berlin and Brandenburg. Its strongest showing was in the states of Saxony-Anhalt
in 2008. Chamber of Commerce and Industry of Halle-Dessau (2010), p. 14 Meanwhile, the unemployment rate has fallen considerably.
ahead of three German states in terms of unemployment (10.8%, as of September 2011): the German capital and city-state of Berlin (12.7%), the city-state Free Hanseatic City of Bremen (Bremen (state)) (11.3%), and Mecklenburg-Western Pomerania (11%).
Directory * Brandenburg is bordered by Mecklenburg-Vorpommern in the north, Poland
, Saxony-Anhalt, Germany. Since 1 July 2007 it has been part of the town Bitterfeld-Wolfen. It is situated approx. 25 km south of Dessau, and 30 km northeast of Halle (Saale). During the GDR (East Germany) years, it gained notoriety for its chemical industry complex which caused remarkably severe pollution, even by GDR standards. On 24 April 1959 it also was a scene for the Bitterfeld Conference, locally known as the "Bitterfelder Weg
Vagnsson , his friend for the 4 Beads studio recording of his Beatles cover versions of "I Feel Fine", "While My Guitar Gently Weeps", "A Hard Day's Night (A Hard Day's Night (song))", "Eight Days a Week (Eight Days a Week (song))" Dietmar Moews: '' 4 Beads '', CD ER-TON records, 1992, Hanover and I'm Only Sleeping and by the support of Matthias Gawriloff, Clarinet, and others. First release of the stage
The Saxons were one of the most robust groups in the late tribal culture of the times, and eventually bequeathed their tribe's name to a variety of more and more modern geo-political territories from Old Saxony near the mouth of the Elbe up the river via the Prussian Province of Saxony (in present-day Saxony-Anhalt) to Upper Saxony, the Electorate (Electorate of Saxony) and Kingdom of Saxony from 1806 corresponding with the German Free State of Saxony (Saxony), which bears
Gustav Nachtigal, the son of a Lutheran pastor, was born at Eichstedt in the Prussian province of Saxony-Anhalt. After medical studies at the universities of Halle (University of Halle-Wittenberg), Würzburg (University of Würzburg) and Greifswald (University of Greifswald), he practiced for several years as a military surgeon. Finding the climate of his native country increasingly detrimental to his health, he went to Algiers and Tunis in North Africa and took part, as a surgeon, in several expeditions into Central Africa. '''Aken (Elbe)''' ( WikiPedia:Saxony-Anhalt Dmoz:Regional Europe Germany States Saxony-Anhalt Commons:Category:Saxony-Anhalt
'''Saxony-Anhalt''' ( PONS Wörterbuch Englisch-Deutsch, Deutsch-Englisch, 2011 ) is a landlocked federal state (States of Germany) of Germany surrounded by the federal states of Lower Saxony, Brandenburg, Saxony and Thuringia.
Its capital is Magdeburg. Saxony-Anhalt covers an area of http: www.stala.sachsen-anhalt.de gk fms fms111.htm and has a population of 2.34 million.
Saxony-Anhalt should not be confused with Saxony or Lower Saxony, also German states.