Eisenach


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Ei·sen·ach

 (ī′zən-äk′, -äKH′)
A city of central Germany west of Erfurt. Johann Sebastian Bach was born in Eisenach in 1685, and Martin Luther studied here from 1498 to 1501.

Eisenach

(German ˈaizənax)
n
(Placename) a city in central Germany, in Thuringia: birthplace of Johann Sebastian Bach. Pop: 44 081 (2003 est)
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The company announced in July it now has new owners, Lift Air, from Eisenach, Germany.
Eisenach To get a better education the young Luther was sent to live with relatives in the handsome town of Eisenach, which then had 3,000 inhabitants - 300 of whom were monks and nuns.
Opening his remarks, Pai thanked Jeff Eisenach for his "scholarship and friendship.
Jeffrey Eisenach, a former paid consultant for Verizon, and one time Sprint lobbyist Mark Jamison have been charged with shaping the FCC under Trump.
1685: Composer Johann Sebastian Bach was born in Eisenach, Germany.
The Lutherhaus in Eisenach has been given a Top Choice 2016 seal of approval by the website lianorg.
As well as a visit to Rosenau - Queen Victoria's much-loved castle and Prince Albert's birthplace in Coburg, you enjoy the marvellous medieval towns of Erfurt, Eisenach and Gotha.
4, 2011 when two members of NSU were found dead in a caravan which was set ablaze in Germany's eastern city of Eisenach.
Te impresionara el castillo de Wartburg, situado sobre una colina sobre Eisenach, donde Lutero tradujo el Nuevo Testamento del latin al aleman en 1521.
Both models were originally recalled for a faulty part in the steering system, which was discovered during quality control inspections at Opel's plant in Eisenach, Germany.
Eisenach and Singer propose congressional action to limit the FCC's discretion in reviewing secondary transactions.
Girsky, who is also head of the supervisory board of the German car maker, spoke at an event at Opel's facility in Eisenach, Germany.