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  hamburg.de - Offizielles Stadtportal für die Hansestadt Hamburg
Wussten Sie z.B., dass Hamburgs Wahrzeichen auch unterirdisch sehenswert ist?
Hier finden Sie mit über 20.000 Angeboten Hamburgs größtes Angebot an Wohnungen und Immobilien.
Nachts entwickelt der Hamburger Hafen einen ganz besonderen Zauber.
www.hamburg.de   (389 words)

Hamburg's dam was Lady Reel, a half-sister to the brilliant Domino, and bred by by the same man, Major Barak Thomas.
Hamburg's juvenile season had been brilliant, and although he was not the top money-earning juvenile in his year -- Futurity winner L'Alouette was -- the consensus of the turf world was he was by far the best of his generation, and more.
Hamburg is not generally remembered as a progenitor of lasting influence in male descent, but through his remarkable daughters his blood flows through the veins of the champions of today.
www.tbheritage.com /Portraits/Hamburg.html   (2153 words)

 Universität Hamburg
Durch seine Stellung als Beauftragter der Universität Bordeaux 3 für die Partnerschaft mit der Universität Hamburg hat er sich als entscheidender und erfolgreicher Förderer des französisch-deutschen Kulturaustausches und der akademischen Kooperation der beiden Länder ausgezeichnet.
Die Universität Hamburg gründet gemeinsam mit der Max-Planck-Gesellschaft, der Freien und Hansestadt Hamburg und DESY ein "Center for Free-Electron Laser Science (CFEL)" für die Forschung an und mit Röntgenlasern.
Dazu die Präsidentin der Universität Hamburg: "Mit CFEL entsteht in Hamburg ein Kompetenzzentrum für Strukturforschung, das in dieser Form weltweit einmalig ist.
www.uni-hamburg.de   (270 words)

Hamburg Township Hall Offices, Senior Community Center and Library will be closed for Thanksgiving Day, Thursday, November 22nd.
The Hamburg Township Treasurer's Office will be mailing out the Winter 2007 tax bills to Hamburg property owners on Saturday, December 1st.
Hamburg Township--10405 Merrill Road--P.O. Box 157--Hamburg, MI Phone: 810-231-1000--Fax: 810-231-4295--Hours: Monday-Friday, 8:00 a.m.
www.hamburg.mi.us   (440 words)

 hamburg-messe.de I Fachmessen für Caravan, Boote, Gastronomie uvm.
Hamburg Messe: Fachmessen für Caravan, Boote, Gastronomie, Elektronikmesse, Tourismusmesse, Kongress neue Medien und Kommunikation uvm.
Die Hamburg Messe und Congress GmbH ist auf die Organisation und Durchführung von nationalen und internationalen Messen und Kongressen sowie die Vermietung von Hallenflächen an Gastveranstalter spezialisiert.
Messegesellschaft Messe Hamburg Modellschiffe Bootszubehör Praktikum Werbung, Telekommunikation Messe.
www.hamburg-messe.de   (998 words)

 Hamburg: Blogs, Photos, Videos and more on Technorati
- Demo + Kundgebung - Hamburg - Altona
Hamburger Bettlermarsch Geschrieben von MoonChild in Soziales um 00:33 [IMG ]Bettlermarsch 2003 Foto: IndyMediaHeute findet der 6.
Hamburger Bettlermarsch statt, Auftakt ist um 13 Uhr am Spielbudenplatz Abschluss um 15 Uhr, Gerhard-Hauptmann-Platz Auch diesmal ist "CaFee mit Herz" Mitinitiator.
www.technorati.com /tag/Hamburg   (501 words)

 Hamburger Chains Information | Business.com
Company owns and operates a hamburger franchise chain located primarily in Wisconsin, Illinois, Texas and Minnesota.
Offering franchise opportunities for their hamburger and chicken focused restaurants; located in the United States, Puerto Rico and in one location in Egypt.
Hamburger chain with restaurants primarily in Texas, Oklahoma, New Mexico, Arizona, Florida, Alabama and Louisiana.
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Hamburg was indicated by the separation from it of the See of Lund, which became the metropolitan of the entire Germanic North.
Hamburg on the whole grew worse from year to year, and at last the popular discontent with the clergy became so great that the Reformation, generally accepted by the cities, was here welcomed with eagerness.
Hamburg the residence of the Vicar Apostolic of the Northern Missions.
www.newadvent.org /cathen/07121b.htm   (1968 words)

  Hamburg - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Hamburg is situated on the southern tip of Jutland Peninsula, geographically centred (a) between Continental Europe and Scandinavia and (b) between the North Sea and the Baltic Sea.
Hamburg is the birthplace of Alsterwasser (a reference to the city’s river Alster with two lake-like bodies in the city centre thanks to damming), a type of shandy, a concoction of equal parts of beer and carbonated lemonade (Zitronenlimonade), the lemonade being added to the beer.
Hamburg is thus one of the few locations in the world in which both Sinti and Romany are spoken, and it is also one of the major headquarters of international Roma organisations.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Hamburg   (3479 words)

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Hamburg's proximity to the main trade routes of the North and Baltic Seas quickly made it a major port of northern Europe, and its alliance (1241) with Lübeck on the Baltic is considered the origin of the powerful Hanseatic League of trading cities.
Hamburg is also known for giving the Beatles a start in their musical career in the early 1960s.
Though Hamburg is supposed to be the birth place of the hamburger, in fact the idea of grilled beef in a bun cannot be said to come from any one place.
wikiwhat.com /encyclopedia/h/ha/hamburg.html   (707 words)

 Bombing of Hamburg in World War II - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
An Avro Lancaster over Hamburg — the curved streaking is caused by a combination of the movement of the photographing aircraft and the long exposure time required for taking photographs at night.
The Battle of Hamburg codenamed Operation Gomorrah was a series of air raids conducted by the RAF on the city of Hamburg beginning in the end of July 1943.
Hamburg was hit by air raids another 69 times before the end of World War II.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Bombing_of_Hamburg_in_World_War_II   (2573 words)

 Encyclopedia :: encyclopedia : Hamburg   (Site not responding. Last check: )
The city of Hamburg is situated at three rivers, the Alster, the Bille and the Elbe, at Außenalster and the Binnenalster, which are formed by the river Alster.
Hamburg is known for giving the Beatles a start in their musical career in the early 1960s.
Hamburg was one of the major centers of the heavy metal music world in the 1980's.
www.hallencyclopedia.com /Hamburg   (2427 words)

 hamburg.de - English
The inhabitants of Hamburg are proud to have a lake right in the heart of their city and at only a short distance from the Opera, the Kunsthalle Art Museum, the City Hall and the Stock Exchange.
Hamburg's geographical location is so favourable, that it has always been within easy reach for the rest of the world.
The Speicherstadt, an ancient brick-built warehouse complex, is the historical center of the port of Hamburg.
international.hamburg.de /?ok=18338   (233 words)

 Hamburg - Search Results - MSN Encarta
Hamburg, city in north central Germany, on the Elbe and Alster rivers, near the North Sea.
Hamburg (New York), village in Erie County in western New York, 18 km (11 mi) south of Buffalo, of which it is a residential and industrial suburb....
The first bank to offer most of the basic banking functions known today was the Bank of Barcelona in Spain.
encarta.msn.com /encnet/refpages/search.aspx?q=Hamburg   (124 words)

 Brief History
In 1753 when the county was formed, Hamburg was part of New Town; in 1762 it became part of the newly established Hardyston Township.
It was a landmark for over one hundred years and, for a short time, Hamburg was called Wallings in honor of this man. During the Revolution a local legend has it that General George Washington spent the night in the walling Inn while enroute to Easton, Pennsylvania from Newburgh, New York.
Hamburg was a stopping place for stagecoaches traveling on a turnpike that was constructed in 1910 from Milford, Pennsylvania to Hoboken, New Jersey.
www.hamburgnj.org /brief_history.htm   (626 words)

 AllTravel Hamburg Germany travel and tourism
Germany’s second largest city, Hamburg is a city influenced by water.
Hamburg is the second largest port in Europe and despite being an important industrial centre, two-thirds of the city is made up of parks, lakes and tree-lined canals.
Strolling around the stunning Inner and Outer Alster lakes in the city centre is an intrinsic part of the Hamburg experience.
www.alltravelgermany.com /Germany/Destination_Guides/Cities/Hamburg.htm   (305 words)

 Bombing of Hamburg   (Site not responding. Last check: )
The narrow streets of Hamburg with their countless backyards were favourable to the flames and there was no escape.
Hamburg was merely the first link in a long chain of pitiless air attacks made by the Allies on the German civilian population.
After Hamburg in the wide circle of the political and the military command could be heard the words: "The war is lost".
www.spartacus.schoolnet.co.uk /2WWhamburg.htm   (1619 words)

 Hamburg History
It was in 1188 that a group of Hamburg merchants received a charter for the building of a new town, close to the old one, with a harbour on the Alster and Elbe.
Hamburg's role as protector of trade on the Elbe was enhanced by the purchase of land bordering the Elbe.
Hamburg's advantage was brought to an end, when in 1810, due to the Napoleonic wars, Germany's old order was overthrown and the Hamburg "CityState" was annexed to the French Empire.
ourworld.compuserve.com /homepages/mikebailey1/HamburgArea/HH_History.htm   (807 words)

 Hamburg travel guide
Hamburg’s skyline is dominated by the pale green of its copper spires and domes, but a few houses and the churches are just about all that’s left from before the last century.
Though commerce is Hamburg’s strength it has its share of cultural attractions as befits a town that was once the home of Johannes Brahms.
Hamburg is also a fun city — make time to enjoy some of the beer halls and explore the St. Pauli district and the various parks such as Alster Lake downtown.
www.world66.com /europe/germany/hamburg   (410 words)

 National Museum of Racing - Hall of Fame
Hamburg was bred by Con Enright and foaled in 1895.
Hamburg could break so fast that the starter's ability was frequently questioned.
Hamburg was inducted in the Hall of Fame in 1986.
www.racingmuseum.org /hall/horse.asp?ID=86   (264 words)

 Hamburg Hotels - Rates To Go
The hotel is located at the "Berliner Tor", a busy junction point between suburban Hamburg and the city centre, with public transport connections within walking distance.
The Graf Moltke is a standard-class hotel located in the heart of Hamburg but with quick and convenient links to all motorways towards Lubeck, Berlin, Hannover and Bremen.
Hamburg's central station is in front of the hotel as are the underground and suburban railway stations.
www.ratestogo.com /City/EN/Hamburg   (232 words)

 Hamburg (Germany)
The city flag was first shown at the end of the 16th century.
"Hamburg's livery colours (Landesfarben) are white-red (Article 5 of the Constitution of the Free and Hanseatic City of Hamburg of 6th June 1952, first defined by the Senate Decision of 6th June 1834)."
Not only the editions of 1958, 1963 and 1973, respectively, showed the 'modern' pattern, but already one of the earliest, namely the one from 1939.
flagspot.net /flags/de-hh.html   (829 words)

 Latham & Watkins Online   (Site not responding. Last check: )
Hamburg, one of Europe’s wealthiest metropolitan regions, is a leader in medicine and biotechnology as well as the world’s third-largest aviation industry center.
In addition, Hamburg’s port is a focal point for trade with all continents.
Leveraging the city’s many strengths, Latham and Watkins’ Hamburg office was established in 2001 through a merger with the well-known Hamburg office of Schön Nolte.
www.lw.com /practice/practice_locationSpecific.asp?office_id=22   (178 words)

 Hamburg   (Site not responding. Last check: )
  Hamburg is not only the second largest city in Germany, it is also the second largest seaport in Europe.
  Hamburg is located on the Elbe River, 100 km inland around two lakes, the Binnenalster and the Aussenalster.
  Hamburg was never ruled by a king or prince, but was governed by it's own citizens for most of it's history.
www.germaniakc.org /Hamburg.htm   (131 words)

 Hamburg - HighBeam Encyclopedia   (Site not responding. Last check: )
Part of a township of 48,000 people, Hamburg is a residential and industrial suburb of Buffalo.
Hamburg's Cauldron of Terror; Within Cell of 7, Hatred Toward U.S. Grew and Sept. 11 Plot Evolved
HAMBURG HEAVEN; Hamburg has reinvented itself as Germany's sophisticated northern capital, but underneath its well-groomed exterior the seedy side is still thriving.
www.encylopedia.com /html/H/HamburgUS.asp   (232 words)

 ESPN.com - TRAVEL - World Cup '06 Venue: Hamburg
Not without reason, Hamburg city officials have decided to pitch their World Cup Fan Village in buzzing St Pauli on the Heiligengeistfeld just north of the Reeperbahn.
Opened in 2000, the Hamburg World Cup Stadium -- or AOL Arena as it is usually known these days -- is a 45,000-seat jewel situated in the north-western suburb of Altona.
Note that Hamburg has four train stations: the Hauptbahnhof on Glockengiesserwall on the centre's north-eastern edge, Altona (north-west suburb), Dammtor (north-west of the centre) and Harburg to the south.
sports.espn.go.com /travel/wc/news/story?id=2425929   (979 words)

 Hamburg's Portuguese Cemetery
The application to UNESCO was given the necessary emphasis in a letter to the mayor of the City of Hamburg and the Presidents of Germany and Portugal.
The conditions for thorough scientific research into the cemetery are extraordinarily good: Many important documents have been preserved in the Hamburg state archives, the Institute for the History of German Jewry, the Department for the Protection of Historical Monuments and the private Halévy archives.
Now we have succeeded in co-operation with the authorities in Hamburg, the Jewish Community, the Department for the Protection of Historical Monuments, the Association of Former Hamburg Citizens in Israel and some, in putting together the necessary funds to finance studies of the Jewish cemetery in Königstrasse and also to undertake necessary restoration procedures.
www.sefarad.org /publication/lm/033/7.html   (1160 words)

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