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Falkenstein/Harz (Germany)

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Geographic headingFalkenstein/Harz (Germany)
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Geographic subdivision usageGermany--Falkenstein/Harz
Variant(s)Stadt Falkenstein, Harz (Germany)
See alsoErmsleben (Germany)
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Beginning date20020101
Associated countryGermany
Found inSchmitt, Reinhard. Die Stadtkirche St. Sixtus in Ermsleben, 2010: (not mentioned)
Falkenstein/Harz website, Mar. 14, 2014: home page (Falkenstein/Harz; lies in the southeastern part of Landkreis Harz; with 7 communities ("Ortsteile") it encompasses an area of 100 square kilometers with about 6560 inhabitants (Dec. 31, 2002); the name of the city relates to the Burg Falkenstein in the Selke Valley; several connections among the communities formed the basis for the development of an administrative collectivity ("Verwaltungsgemeinschaft") in 1992, and with territorial reform the city of Falkenstein/Harz a decade later)
Stadt Ermsleben website, Mar. 14, 2014: home page (Stadt Falkenstein/Harz, the seat of which is the city of Ermsleben)
Deutsche Nationalbibliothek online, Mar. 14, 2014 (access point: Falkenstein, Harz; other access point: Stadt Falkenstein, Harz ; came into existence Jan. 1, 2002 by combination of the city of Ermsleben and the communities of Endorf, Meisdorf, Neuplatendorf, Pansfelde, Reinstedt and Wieserode)
German Wikipedia, Mar. 14, 2014: "Falkenstein/Harz" (Falkenstein/Harz; coordinates: 51°43' N, 11°20' E; a city in Landkreis Harz in Saxony-Anhalt (Germany); the city was formed Jan. 1, 2002 from the consolidation of the previously independent city of Ermsleben with the independent communities of Endorf, Meisdorf, Neuplatendorf, Pansfelde, Reinstadt and Wieserode)
Not found inGEOnet, Mar. 14, 2014