ⓘ Torgau


ⓘ Torgau

Torgau is a town on the banks of the Elbe in northwestern Saxony, Germany. It is the capital of the district Nordsachsen.

Outside Germany, the town is famous as the place where, on 25 April 1945, American and Soviet troops met at the end of the Second world war.

  • Germany. It was bounded by from the east and clockwise the districts of Torgau - Oschatz and Muldentalkreis, the city of Leipzig, the district of Leipziger
  • reform. He became a prediger preacher in Altenburg in 1522, and moved to Torgau in 1523 where he became successively prediger, pastor 1525 and superintendent
  • the Elbe Sandstone Mountains to Torgau The best - known cities and town in this area are Dresden, MeiSen, Riesa and Torgau The term is largely synonymous
  • included the Rockfel Stakes winner Lahan, the Cherry Hinton Stakes winner Torgau voted Cartier Champion Two - year - old Filly of 1999 the Oh So Sharp Stakes
  • son: Johann Frederick I, Elector of Saxony b. Torgau 30 June 1503 d. Weimar, 3 March 1554 In Torgau on 13 November 1513 Johann married secondly Margaret
  • northmost city. It lies on the left bank of the Elbe, 12 km northwest of Torgau and 31 km southeast of Wittenberg. Bevolkerung des Freistaates Sachsen
  • to the south and Torgau to the northwest. It is about 60 km east of Leipzig. It is accessed by the BundesstraSe 182 Riesa - Torgau - Wittenberg on the
  • Matthias Moder born 17 June 1963 in Torgau is a retired East German hammer thrower. He finished seventh at the 1986 European Championships. Moder represented
  • Germany. It is located on the left bank of the Elbe, 12 km southeast of Torgau and 55 km east of Leipzig. Since 1 January 2013, it is part of the town

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