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 (spīr, spī′ər, shpī′ər) also Spires (spīrz)
A city of southwest Germany on the Rhine River south of Mannheim. Founded as a Roman garrison, it was an important ecclesiastical and political center from the 11th to the 16th century. Speyer was ceded to France in 1797 and to Bavaria in 1815.

Speyer

(German ˈʃpaiər)
n
(Placename) a port in SW Germany, in Rhineland-Palatinate on the Rhine: the scene of 50 imperial diets. Pop: 50 247 (2003 est). English name: Spires
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Helen and I had got it into our heads that there was a grand old cathedral at Speyer--the Archbishop of Speyer was one of the seven electors--you know--'Speyer, Maintz, and Koln.
Feeling very diplomatic, she lamented the fate of Speyer, and declared that never, never should she be so misguided as to visit it, and added of her own accord that the principles of restoration were ill understood in Germany.
Major organization : BEZIRKSVERBAND PFALZ - LANDWIRSCHAFTLICHE UNTERSUCHUNGS- UND FORSCHUNGSANSTALT SPEYER (LUFA SPEYER)
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Beginning in August 2005, Speyer was CTO, where she worked to bring free public wireless Internet access to several museums and gardens on the National Mall and to double the enterprise storage capacity for digital assets.