Hermannstadt


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Hermannstadt

(ˈhɛrmanʃtat)
n
(Placename) the German name for Sibiu
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The former Chelsea star, who led his side to a 3-0 weekend win in the Romanian League over Hermannstadt, reckons Celtic get most decisions at home.
Last but not least, by Sibiu (Hermannstadt) I want to make visible progress in strengthening our foreign policy.
Nach dem Zweiten Wiener Schiedsspruch (der NordSiebenburgen zu Ungarn schlug) begleitete er die Universitat Klausenburg zu ihrer Zufluchtsstatte in Hermannstadt (1940-1946).
Modernising urban infrastructure became a priority for the municipality after 2004 when Sibiu, formerly known as Hermannstadt, was selected as the European Capital of Culture for the year 2007.
His son George was not able to be present, due to his military service near Hermannstadt (Sibiu) in Transylvania.
The Evangelical Church of the Augsburg Confession in Romania is the German-speaking Lutheran church in Romania, headquartered in the city of Sibiu, formerly known as Hermannstadt. Germans first settled in this area in the 1200s, and when the Reformation came, they accepted the Augsburg Confession as a way of maintaining their distinctive German identity and customs.
In this article, I use the current names of places: Brajov instead of Kronstadt and Orasul Stalin (as the city was called between 1950 and 1960), Fagaraf for Fogarasch, Sibiu for Hermannstadt, Cluj for Klausenburg, Rogia for Rothberg, Nou for Neudorf, and Vurpar for Burgberg.
One of these was Carta Abbey situated between Brasov (Kronstadt) and Sibiu (Hermannstadt) on a plot of land granted to Prince Benedict of Transylvania by King Andrew II of Hungary.
Emile Michel Cioran nacio el 8 de abril de 1911 en Rasinari, a doce kilometros al sudoeste de Sibiu (ex Hermannstadt), en el condado de Transiivania, integrada--entonces--al imperio austrohungaro.
Gracias a La recomendacion de un profesor que Le tomo aprecio en La capitaL austriaca, consiguio un trabajo como medico y bibliotecario de un poderoso e influyente funcionario publico en Hermannstadt --Lo que ahora es Sibiu, Rumania.
"I came to high school in the city against the will of my mother," says the text next to a 1971 group photo of Herta in Hermannstadt (Nagyszeben, Sibiu).
The German minister of foreign affairs is on to Romania in his East European tour, where he is going to meet members of the German minority in north-western town of Sibiu (Hermannstadt).