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  1. Basina or Basine (c. 438 – 477) was remembered as a queen of Thuringia in the middle of the fifth century, by much later authors such as especially Gregory of Tours. However, because Gregory described her family's kingdom of Thuringia as being on the Gaulish or western side of the river Rhine, it is sometimes thought to be the Civitas Tungrorum , which is now Belgium.

  2. Nordhausen had approx. 8,000 inhabitants during the late Middle Ages around 1500, which was the third-largest number within today's Thuringia, after Erfurt, the current capital and Mühlhausen. The early modern period brought stagnation to the city, so that the population was also 8,000 around 1800.

  3. Der Wartburgkreis verfügt nur über wenige natürliche Standgewässer, welche überwiegend als Erdfallseen entstanden sind. Hierzu gehören der Burgsee, der Buchensee und der Erlensee in bzw. bei Bad Salzungen, der Hautsee und der Albertsee nahe Dönges, der Frauensee, die Bernshäuser Kutte und der Schönsee bei Urnshausen sowie das Forstloch bei Immelborn.

  4. Una reordenación de los estados turingios tuvo lugar durante la mediatización alemana de 1795 a 1814. A comienzos del siglo XIX, y como consecuencia de las Guerras napoleónicas, el territorio que comprende este estado pasó a formar parte de la Confederación del Rin, y tras el Congreso de Viena se adhirió a la Confederación Germánica; el reino de Prusia también adquirió parte del ...

  5. en.wikipedia.org › wiki › MühlhausenMühlhausen - Wikipedia

    The most important regions of origin of Mühlhausen migrants are rural areas of Thuringia as well as foreign countries like Poland, Russia, Ukraine, Hungary, Serbia, Romania and Bulgaria. Like other eastern German cities, foreigners account for only a small share of Mühlhausen's population: circa 1.6% are non-Germans by citizenship and 4.2% overall are classified as migrants (according to the ...

  6. Vogelsberg is a municipality in the Sömmerda district of Thuringia, Germany. References [ edit ] ^ Gewählte Bürgermeister - aktuelle Landesübersicht , Freistaat Thüringen, accessed 14 July 2021.

  7. en.wikipedia.org › wiki › SophieSophie - Wikipedia

    Sophie of Thuringia, Duchess of Brabant (1224–1275), second wife and only Duchess consort of Henry II, Duke of Brabant and Lothier; Born in 1600s and 1700s. Sophie of Anhalt-Zerbst (1729–1796), later Empress Catherine II of Russia; Sophie Amalie of Brunswick-Lüneburg (1628–1685), Queen consort of Denmark-Norway