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ⓘ Geesthacht




Geesthacht
                                     

ⓘ Geesthacht

Geesthacht) is the largest city in the District of the Duchy of Lauenburg in Schleswig-Holstein in Northern Germany, 34 km southeast of Hamburg on the right bank of the river Elbe.

                                     
  • with Tespe and Drage. Marschacht is only a few kilometres far away from Geesthacht 1216: First documentary mention of the settlement as Hachede, then a
  • BAB 25 or A 25 is an autobahn in northwestern Germany, connecting southwestern Hamburg to Geesthacht Bundesautobahn 25 detailed route plan in German
  • broadcast on FM frequency 105.6 MHz: In Germany Delta Radio Lauenburg, Geesthacht and Schwarzenbek frequencies In Lithuania Ruskoje Radio Baltija In India
  • operated: Winsen Luhe Niedermarschacht with bus connexions to the Geesthacht Railway Society Winsen Luhe Salzhausen Hutzel Luneburg Bleckede Waldfrieden
  • population of 1, 500 and is situated near Hamburg, between Lauenburg, Geesthacht and Schwarzenbek. There is a market square, where fresh fruit, vegetables
  • and Marine Research 9  and the Helmholtz Centre in Geesthacht 9  Helmholtz - Zentrum Geesthacht Centre for Materials and Coastal Research, HZG The
  • Schleswig - Holstein, Germany. It is situated approximately 10 km northeast of Geesthacht and 35 km east of Hamburg. Schwarzenbeks coat of arms shows a black
  • is situated on the river Bille, approx. 10 km northwest of the town of Geesthacht and adjoining the town of Reinbek. It is situated on the city limits
  • administrative centre is Kuldīga. Kuldīga is twinned with: Drobak, Norway Geesthacht Germany Mtskheta, Georgia Administrative divisions of Latvia The Ministry
  • district of Luneburg at the south and the west. Tespe is 5 km southeast of Geesthacht and about 30 kilometres southeast of Hamburg. The municipalities Tespe
  • effective on 1 April 1937. Hamburg lost most of its exclaves, including Geesthacht and Cuxhaven. In return, Hamburg was enlarged by including formerly Prussian
  • Schleswig - Holstein, Germany. It is situated approximately 7 km north of Geesthacht and 27 km east of Hamburg. Its seat is in Dassendorf. In 2008, the Amt