ⓘ Sinzig


ⓘ Sinzig

Sinzig is a town in the district of Ahrweiler, in Rhineland-Palatinate, Germany. It is situated on the river Rhine, about 5 km south-east of Remagen and 25 km south-east of Bonn, and it has approximately 20.000 inhabitants.

  • German cities that Emperor Barbarossa stayed in or near for some time: Sinzig Kaiserslautern, Gelnhausen, Altenburg and Bad Frankenhausen. Barbaroux
  • nearby. Many towns were first mentioned in the 9th century, among them Sinzig and the eponymous village of Ahrweiler since 1969 a part of Bad Neuenahr - Ahrweiler
  • Abraham s rage ensued in a bitter confrontation between Jewish and Catholics of Sinzig ensuing in a regional pogrom in which 61 other Jews were slain, together
  • Referee: Junk 28 August 1987 Attendance: 4.000 Referee: Edgar Steinborn Sinzig 28 August 1987 Attendance: 5.000 Referee: Kurt Witke Monchzell 28 August
  • before finally discharging into the Rhine south of Remagen in the borough of Sinzig From its head, the Ahr valley runs through a rolling uplands with pastures
  • 1848 1898, in Schumanniana nova. Festschrift Gerd Nauhaus zum 60. Geburtstag, Sinzig 2002, p. 569 595 Who s Who of American Women. 20th edition 1997 98, p. 2199
  • A4 Buderich A1 Rheinberg A9 Wickrathberg A2 Remagen the Golden Mile A5 Sinzig Siershahn A11 A14 Andernach Diez A13 Urmitz A10 Koblenz A8 Dietersheim A12
  • Germania Metternich, after a victory over the East Division champion SC Sinzig The following the move up to the II. Division Southwest, Metternich unsuccessfully
  • From theWest division: SV Leiwen, FV Rubenach SC 07 Bad Neuenahr and SC Sinzig joined the West division in the next season. SC Oberlahnstein and FC Urbar
  • doi: 10.4103 2006 - 8808.147262. PMC 4290042. PMID 25598945. Kau, Thomas Sinzig Marietta Gasser, Johann Lesnik, Gerald Rabitsch, Egon Celedin, Stefan

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