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  1. Stolberg - Wikipedia, la enciclopedia libre Coordenadas: 50°46′00″N 6°14′00″E ( mapa) Stolberg Stolberg (Rheinland) es una ciudad en Renania del Norte-Westfalia, Alemania. Tiene una larga historia como una localidad industrial y pertenece al distrito de Aquisgrán. Posee además, el Tribunal de Primera Instancia del distrito de Eschweiler .

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    Stolberg (Rhineland) in the district of Aachen in North Rhine-Westphalia, part of the Duchy of Jülich until 1794, awarded to Prussia in 1815. Stollberg, in the Erzgebirgskreis in the Free State of Saxony. Former states of the Holy Roman Empire [ edit]

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    Stolberg is a town and a former municipality in the district of Mansfeld-Südharz, in the German State of Saxony-Anhalt, Germany. It is situated in the southern part of the Harz mountains, about 27 kilometres west of Sangerhausen, and 13 km northeast of Nordhausen. Since 1 September 2010, it has been part of the municipality of Südharz.

    Stolberg was established as a settlement for miners in around AD 1000, although there is evidence of mining in the area as far back as 794. The name is derived from the German words Stollen = " gallery" and Berg = "hill". Iron, copper, silver, tin and gold were extracted there. Town status was awarded to Stolberg before 1300. During the German Peas...

    The major of Stolberg is Ulrich Franke, elected on 28 May 2000.

    The town coat of arms has been re-designed by the herald, utz Döring.

    Stolberg, Saxony-Anhalt is twinned with: 1. Stolberg, North Rhine-Westphalia, Germany 2. Hardegsen, Lower Saxony, Germany 3. Hodonín, South Moravia, Czech Republic

    The appearance of the roads in Stolberg is unique for Germany. At the entrances to the town there are signs indicating a speed limit of 30 km/h and no parking zones. Otherwise there are no road signs in the town. Although there is a clear separation between pavement and road, thi

    Motorists can approach the town from the Harz Mountains to the north and the Kyffhäuser Hills to the south, leaving the A 38 motorway at the Berga junction.

    Until December 2011, Stolberg was linked via the Berga-Kelbra-Stolberg line to the main line from Halle to Kassel, where good connexions were possible at Berga-Kelbra station. On weekdays there were bus services from the station and, at weekends, the Burgenlandbahn ran local rail

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    Stolberg is a town in North Rhine-Westphalia, Germany. It has a long history as an industrial town and belongs to the district Aachen and the lower district court of Eschweiler.

    Stolberg is located approximately 5 km east of Aachen in a valley at the fringes of the Eifel which begins in the East with the Hürtgenwald and in the South in the municipality of Monschau. It borders Eschweiler in the north and the Aachen city district of Eilendorf in the west. The core of Stolberg is commonly divided into Unterstolberg and Oberst...

    Stolberg is first mentioned in documents from the 12th century. It became an important centre of brass production when Protestant brass producers resettled to Stolberg from Aachen around 1600 to escape religious persecution and economic restrictions. The nickname of Stolberg, Die Kupferstadt, thus derives not from copper but from brass, "yellow cop...

    The town's landmark is a castle which was rebuilt at the beginning of the 20th century at the location of the former medieval castle of Stolberg. Other remarkable old buildings are the Kupferhöfe and the old town in general. At the eastern border of the territory of Stolberg is the Wehebachtalsperre which includes a lookout point.

    Although Stolberg lacks direct Autobahn access, the next autobahns are easily accessible via the neighbouring towns of Aachen and Eschweiler. Stolberg Hauptbahnhof is on the Cologne–Aachen railway and served by a Regional-Express train every half-hour. Several smaller stations in the centre of Stolberg are connected to Aachen and Düren by the eureg...

    Stolberg has several football, handball, gymnastics, swimming, tennis clubs and a few traditional shooting clubs. Other sports clubs include the gliding club Luftsportverein Stolberg, situated at the Diepenlinchen Airfield and the regionally successful artistic cycling club RSC Münsterbusch.

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    Existen más de diez diferentes teorías sobre el origen de los condes de Stolberg, pero ninguna ha sido comúnmente aceptada. Sin embargo, lo más probable es que sean descendientes de los condes de Hohnstein. El primer sujeto representativo de la familia, el Conde Enrique de Stolberg, aparece en un documento de 1210, siendo ya mencionado en 1200 como...

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    1. Condado de Stolberg(1200-1945) 2. Condado de Wernigerode(1429-1945) 3. Condado de Stolberg-Rossla(1341-1945) 4. Baronía de Gedern(Hesse) (el castillo entre 1535-1987, la finca hasta hoy día) 5. Baronía de Schwarza, Turingia 6. Castillo de Hohnstein(Harz) 7. Elbingerode(Harz) (1427-1600) 8. Kelbra 9. Heringen, Turingia

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    1. Allstedt(1542-1575) 2. Ebersburg(Harz) 3. Castillo de Erichsberg 4. Ernstburg 5. Grasburg (Rottleberode) 6. Castillo de Heinrichsberg 7. Hirzenhain, Hesse (desde 1535 hasta hoy día) 8. Abadía de Ilsenburg y Palacio de Ilsenburg, Turingia (siglo XVI - 1945) 9. Jannowitz, Silesia 10. Castillo de Königstein(1535-1581) 11. Kreppelhof, Silesia 12. Morungen 13. Oberröblingen 14. Ortenberg, Hesse(desde 1535 hasta hoy día) 15. Peterswaldau, Silesia 16. Hofgut Ranstadt, Hesse (desde 1535 hasta hoy...

    Conde Enrique de Stolberg (m. 1357), Obispo de Merseburg
    Conde Botho de Stolberg, el Viejo(m. 1455)
    Condesa Catalina de Stolberg (1463-1535), Abadesa de la Abadía de Drübeck
    Conde Enrique el Joven de Stolberg (1467-1508), gobernador de Frisia
    Stammtafeln des mediatisierten Hauses Stolberg, 1887 (en alemán)
    Jörg Brückner (2005), Zwischen Reichsstandschaft und Standesherrschaft. Die Grafen zu Stolberg und ihr Verhältnis zu den Landgrafen von Thüringen und späteren Herzögen, Kurfürsten bzw. Königen von...
    Philipp Fürst zu Stolberg-Wernigerode und Jost-Christian Fürst zu Stolberg-Stolberg (ed.): Stolberg 1210–2010: Zur achthundertjährigen Geschichte des Geschlechts. Verlag Janos Stekovics, Dößel 2010...
    Wikimedia Commons alberga una categoría multimedia sobre Stolberg (nobility).
    Wappen der "Graffen von Stollnbergk“ in Ortenburger Wappenbuch (enlace roto disponible en Internet Archive; véase el historial, la primera versión y la última).of 1466
    Wappen der Grafen von Stolberg in Wappenbuch besonders deutscher Geschlechter Archivado el 23 de diciembre de 2017 en Wayback Machine., Augsburg, 1515 - 1650
  3. Stolberg-Stolberg was a county of the Holy Roman Empire located in the southern Harz region. Its capital was the town of Stolberg, now in Saxony-Anhalt, Germany. It was ruled by a branch of the House of Stolberg . In 1429, the County of Wernigerode passed to the Counts of Stolberg, who ruled Wernigerode through a personal union.

  4. Stolberg is a German detective television series which ran from 2006 until 2013 on ZDF, starring Düsseldorf chief inspector Martin Stolberg ( Rudolf Kowalski ). [2] The series is more serious and less flashy than other contemporary German detective series. Cast [ edit] Rudolf Kowalski - chief inspector Victoria Mayer - detective

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