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  1. Zerbst Castle (German: Schloss Zerbst) in the town of Zerbst, Saxony-Anhalt, Germany was the residence of the Princes of Anhalt-Zerbst from the late 17th century until the line died out in 1793. It later served as a museum and archive.

  2. Koordinater: 51°58′N 12°5′Ö Zerbst/Anhalt Zerbst, officiellt Zerbst/Anhalt, Zerbst in Anhalt, är en stad i Tyskland, belägen i Landkreis Anhalt-Bitterfeld i förbundslandet Sachsen-Anhalt, omkring 40 km sydost om förbundslandets huvudstad Magdeburg och 120 km sydväst om Berlin.

  3. Juan VI de Anhalt-Zerbst Juan VI de Anhalt-Zerbst (en alemán, Johann VI. von Anhalt-Zerbst; Zerbst, 24 de marzo de 1621 - ibidem, 4 de julio de 1667 ), fue un príncipe alemán de la Casa de Ascania y gobernante del principado de Anhalt-Zerbst. Es también un ancestro del actual duque de Edimburgo . Índice 1 Biografía 2 Matrimonio e hijos

  4. Zerbst é um município da Alemanha, situado no distrito de Anhalt-Bitterfeld, no estado de Saxônia-Anhalt. Tem 467,65 km² de área, e sua população em 2019 foi estimada em 21.470 habitantes. [ 1] Referências ↑ «Bevölkerung der Gemeinden – Stand: 31. Dezember 2019» (PDF) (em alemão). Statistisches Landesamt Sachsen-Anhalt. 31 de dezembro de 2019.

  5. Anhalt-Zerbst was a district in Saxony-Anhalt, Germany. It is bounded by (from the north and clockwise) the districts Potsdam-Mittelmark ( Brandenburg) and Wittenberg, the city of Dessau and the districts of Köthen, Schönebeck and Jerichower Land . Contents 1 History 2 Geography 3 Coat of arms 4 Towns and municipalities 5 See also 6 External links

  6. Anhalt-Zerbst was a principality of the Holy Roman Empire ruled by the House of Ascania, with its residence at Zerbst in present-day Saxony-Anhalt. It emerged as a subdivision of the Principality of Anhalt from 1252 until 1396, when it was divided into the principalities of Anhalt-Dessau and Anhalt-Köthen.

  7. Zerbst, 304 U.S. 458 (1938), was a United States Supreme Court case, in which the petitioner, Johnson, had been convicted in federal court of feloniously possessing, uttering, and passing counterfeit money in a trial where he had not been represented by an attorney but instead by himself. [1]