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    German pancakes are known as Pfannkuchen (from the German Pfanne and Kuchen meaning "pan" and "cake") except in Berlin, Brandenburg and Saxony, where Pfannkuchen are Berliner pastries and pancakes are known as Eierkuchen. They are generally thicker than French-style crêpes and usually served with sweet or, occasionally, savoury fillings.

  2. They divorced in 1843. A son, Louis, was born in 1832 but died shortly after birth. Their daughter, Princess Carola, married the Catholic King Albert I of Saxony, but they had no issue. Gustaf died on 5 August 1877. In 1884, his (and his infant son's) remains were moved to Stockholm, to be buried beside his father. Honours Awards

  3. During her husband's reign, Barbara was to preside over magnificent parties and concerts at her favorite retreat, the Royal Palace of Aranjuez.However, in contrast to her predecessor as queen, Barbara did not like to flaunt her influence over her spouse and the government policy, and she made a moderately positive impression upon the public.

  4. Grand Duchess Alexandra Pavlovna of Russia (Russian: Александра Павловна: 9 August 1783 [OS 29 July] at Tsarskoye Selo – 16 March 1801 in Buda) was a daughter of Emperor Paul I of Russia and sister of emperors Alexander I and Nicholas I.

  5. Marie Elisabeth of Saxony: 1. Hedvig Sophia of Sweden: 12. Christian IV of Denmark: 6. Frederick III of Denmark: 13. Anne Catherine of Brandenburg: 3. Ulrike Eleonora of Denmark: 14. George, Duke of Brunswick-Lüneburg: 7. Sophie Amalie of Brunswick-Lüneburg: 15. Anne Eleonore of Hesse-Darmstadt

  6. Born in Leipzig in the Electorate of Saxony, he was taught music by his father, and also tutored by his distant cousin Johann Elias Bach . He studied at the St. Thomas School , and some believe he studied law at the university there, but there is no record of this.

  7. Christian Petzold (1677 – 1733) was a German composer and organist.He was active primarily in Dresden, and achieved a high reputation during his lifetime, but his surviving works are few.