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Thu·rin·gi·a

 (tho͝o-rĭn′jē-ə, -jə)
A historical region of central Germany south of the Harz Mountains and crossed by the Thuringian Forest, a range of low, wooded mountains. The region fell to the Franks in the 6th century ad and became a principality of the Holy Roman Empire in the 11th century.
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Thuringia

(θjʊˈrɪndʒɪə)
n
(Placename) a state of central Germany. Pop: 2 373 000 (2003 est). German name: Thüringen
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Thu•rin•gi•a

(θʊˈrɪn dʒi ə, -dʒə)

n.
a state in central Germany. 2,517,776; 5985 sq. mi. (15,500 sq. km). Cap.: Erfurt. German, Thü•ring•en (ˈtü rɪŋ ən)
Thu•rin′gi•an, adj., n.
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Noun1.Thuringia - a historical region of southern Germany
Deutschland, FRG, Germany, Federal Republic of Germany - a republic in central Europe; split into East Germany and West Germany after World War II and reunited in 1990
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Translations
Thuringe

Thuringia

[θjʊəˈrɪndʒɪə] NTuringia f
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Thuringia

nThüringen nt
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A ideia de criacao do Instituto surge de forma embrionaria na Primeira Semana de Trabalho Marxista, organizada por Weil em 1922 em Turingia, da qual participaram grandes pensadores da epoca, tais como Friedrich Pollock, Georgy Luckas, Karl Wittfogel, Karl Korsh e Victor Sorge (OFREDI, 2007).
Bremen e Hamburgo bem como North Rhine-Westphalia e Turingia. (3) Estes planos nao estao previstos em todos os estados federais: em alguns eles tem nomes diferentes.
Fredericq foi enviado para Birgel, e Pirenne, para Creuzburg, na Turingia. Ali permaneceu por mais de um ano, retornando para Gand somente em dezembro de 1918, apos a vitoria dos aliados.