Bornstedt is a borough of Potsdam, Germany. Located north of Sanssouci Park and the Orangery Palace , it is known for the Bornstedt Crown Estate , former residence of Princess Royal Victoria , and the Bornstedt Cemetery with numerous tombs of famous personages.
The State of Brandenburg (German: Land Brandenburg) was a subdivision of the Soviet occupation zone (until 1949) and state of East Germany (from 1949) which corresponds widely to the present-day German state Brandenburg.
Potsdam-Bornstedt, Brandenburg, Nazi Germany: Nationality: German: Political party: Independent: Military service; Allegiance German Empire: Branch/service: German Army. Württemberg Army; Years of service: 1884–1919: Rank: Generalleutnant: Battles/wars: World War I
Potsdam Square, Potsdam, Germany. Potsdam, city, capital of Brandenburg Land (state), eastern Germany. Lying on the southwest border of Berlin, it is sited where the Nuthe River flows into the Havel River, the confluence becoming a series of lakes.
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Potsdam was once a rather dowdy town in East Germany. Its baroque splendour - the domes and golden spires that shone beside the lake - were either destroyed or neglected, and there was no ...
Potsdam (German pronunciation: ⓘ) is the capital and, with around 183,000 inhabitants, largest city of the German state of Brandenburg. It is part of the Berlin/Brandenburg Metropolitan Region . Potsdam sits on the River Havel , a tributary of the Elbe , downstream of Berlin, and lies embedded in a hilly morainic landscape dotted with many ...
Potsdam Agreement. At the Potsdam Conference, the leaders of the United States, Great Britain and the Soviet Union—the “Big Three” powers who had defeated Nazi Germany—met in the city of ...
The Potsdam Agreement ( German: Potsdamer Abkommen) was the agreement between three of the Allies of World War II: the United Kingdom, the United States, and the Soviet Union after the war ended in Europe on 1 August 1945 and it was published the next day. A product of the Potsdam Conference, it concerned the military occupation and ...
Palaces and Parks of Potsdam and Berlin ( German: Schlösser und Gärten von Potsdam und Berlin) are a group of palace complexes and extended landscaped gardens located in the Havelland region around Potsdam and the German capital of Berlin. The term was used upon the designation of the cultural ensemble as a World Heritage Site by UNESCO in 1990.