Friedrichsdorf

Friedrichsdorf is a town of the Hochtaunuskreis, some 20 km north of Frankfurt am Main in Hesse, Germany.wikipedia
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Rosbach vor der Höhe

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Friedrichsdorf borders in the north and east on the town of Rosbach (Wetteraukreis), in the south on the town of Bad Homburg, and in the west on the community of Wehrheim.
To the north, Rosbach borders Friedberg; to the east, Wöllstadt; to the south, Karben; and to the west, Bad Homburg, Friedrichsdorf and Wehrheim.

Wehrheim

Friedrichsdorf borders in the north and east on the town of Rosbach (Wetteraukreis), in the south on the town of Bad Homburg, and in the west on the community of Wehrheim.
Wehrheim borders in the north on the town of Usingen and the community of Ober-Mörlen (Wetteraukreis), in the east on the towns of Friedberg and Rosbach (both in the Wetteraukreis), in the south on the towns of Friedrichsdorf and Bad Homburg vor der Höhe, and in the west on the town of Neu-Anspach.

Johann Philipp Reis

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The town's most famous son was Johann Philipp Reis, a teacher at the Institut Garnier.
His grandmother and guardians placed him at Garnier's Institute, in Friedrichsdorf, where he showed a taste for languages, and acquired both French and English, as well as a stock of miscellaneous information from the library.

Hochtaunuskreis

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Friedrichsdorf is a town of the Hochtaunuskreis, some 20 km north of Frankfurt am Main in Hesse, Germany.

Philipp-Reis-Schule, Friedrichsdorf

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Friedrichsdorf's comprehensive school (Philipp-Reis-Schule) is also named after him.
The Philipp-Reis-Schule (abbreviation: PRS; Philipp Reis School) is a comprehensive school and one of two secondary schools, the other being Rhein-Main International Montessori School (RIMS), in Friedrichsdorf, Hesse, Germany.

Friedrichsdorf station

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Friedrichsdorf station is the end of Rhine-Main S-Bahn line S 5.
Friedrichsdorf (Taunus) station is in the centre of Friedrichsdorf on Bahnstraße.

Frederick II, Landgrave of Hesse-Homburg

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Part of this exodus was granted asylum by Landgrave Friedrich II with the words "Lieber will ich mein Silbergerät verkaufen, als diesen armen Leuten die Aufnahme versagen" ("I would rather sell my silverware than deny these poor people asylum.").
More successful was the settlement of Huguenot and Waldensian refugees from France, in Friedrichsdorf and Dornholzhausen.

Pierre Jean Édouard Desor

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Pierre Jean Édouard Desor (1811–1882), a German-Swiss geologist and naturalist
Pierre Jean Édouard Desor (13 February 1811, Friedrichsdorf, Grand Duchy of Hesse23 February 1882) was a German-Swiss geologist and naturalist.

Friedberg station

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The cross-country connection to the Main-Weser Railway to Friedberg is provided by the Butzbach-Lich Railway.
One of the main platforms is a bay platform used only for local trains to and from Friedrichsdorf.

Paul Cérésole

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Martin Schneider

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Martin Schneider grew up in Burgholzhausen, a district of Friedrichsdorf.

Rhein-Main International Montessori School

Rhein-Main International Montessori School
The Rhein-Main International Montessori School (abbreviation: RIMS) was a private school and one of two secondary schools in Friedrichsdorf, Hesse, Germany.

Burgholzhausen vor der Höhe

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Burgholzhausen vor der Höhe is a quarter of the city of Friedrichsdorf at the foothills of the Taunus mountain range, approx.

Frankfurt Germany Temple

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In Friedrichsdorf stands one of the two Temples of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints in Germany, called the Frankfurt Germany Temple (the other one is in Freiberg, Saxony).
Located in the city of Friedrichsdorf, Germany, it was built with the same general architecture as the six-spire design used in the Boise, Chicago, and Dallas temples, but it was only given a single-spire.

Karl Willy Wagner

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Bad Wimsbach-Neydharting

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🇦🇹 Bad Wimsbach-Neydharting, Austria since 1968 with Seulberg
*🇩🇪 Friedrichsdorf, Germany

Chesham

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Chesham Buckinghamshire, United Kingdom since 1980
The first link-up was in 1980 with Friedrichsdorf, at the foot of the Taunus Hills near Frankfurt, Germany.

Houilles

🇫🇷 Houilles, France since 1973
🇩🇪 Friedrichsdorf, Germany

Rob Pilatus

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Frankfurt

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Friedrichsdorf is a town of the Hochtaunuskreis, some 20 km north of Frankfurt am Main in Hesse, Germany.

Hesse

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Friedrichsdorf is a town of the Hochtaunuskreis, some 20 km north of Frankfurt am Main in Hesse, Germany.

Germany

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Friedrichsdorf is a town of the Hochtaunuskreis, some 20 km north of Frankfurt am Main in Hesse, Germany.

Taunus

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Friedrichsdorf is located in the Taunus area, ranking third among the Hochtaunuskreis boroughs after Bad Homburg vor der Höhe and Oberursel (Taunus).

Oberursel (Taunus)

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Friedrichsdorf is located in the Taunus area, ranking third among the Hochtaunuskreis boroughs after Bad Homburg vor der Höhe and Oberursel (Taunus).

Wetterau

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The municipal area includes, on the one hand, agricultural land such as that between Burgholzhausen and the edge of the Wetterau.