Hesse-Nassau


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Hesse-Nassau

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(Placename) a former province of Prussia, now part of the state of Hesse, Germany
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Last but not least there were political motives: Hesse-Darmstadt had been an independent German state since 1866, a small enclave within the large Prussian province of Hesse-Nassau but with few political rights and, culturally, in the shadow of n earby Frankfurt.
In 1995 the "Ecumenical Pentecost" took place for the second time in Frankfurt.(1) It was founded through the cooperation of the Office for Mission and Ecumenical Relations of the Protestant Church of Hesse-Nassau, the Protestant Regional Association Frankfurt and sixteen "foreign" (immigrant and refugee) congregations, including also some Orthodox congregations, which have found a home in the Rhein-Main-area.