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Synonyms for Hamelin

a town in northern Germany (near Hanover) that is famous as the setting for the legend of the Pied Piper

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The computer-generated image is the natural realm of La Colonne bleue, an exhibition of works by Montreal artists Julie Tremble and Philippe Hamelin, presented at Sporobole.
Pied Piper of Hamelin at Holmfirth JIN School | 160715ENAB_03 JULIAN HUGHES
Set in Hamelin (and costumed accordingly, with a nod to Hanoverian Jacobean fashions), it tells of a town beset by rats.
Right now, we're making our pellets out of a 50 per cent mix of hardwood (poplar and birch) and softwood (spruce, pine, fir)," said Hamelin, most of it sourced from local sawmill residue.
Charles Hamelin was a double gold medalist at the Vancouver 2010 Olympic Winter Games.
Hamelin notes in the introduction to the etudes that many of these pieces have been circulating for years among pianists and other interested individuals.
Dubai: Some 300 primary students of JSS Private School recently gave life to the story of The Pied Piper of Hamelin in a musical that was staged at the school for the first time.
Summary: JSS Private School in Dubai came up with its first musical concert, The Pied Piper of Hamelin, on March 14.
Senior forward Jeff Hamelin again took center stage with his second hat trick of the season.
The play revisits Hamelin, in subsequent years, when the local tourism board and the town council have tailored the details of the original story, making "Piper Day" Hamelin's biggest tourist event.
A graduate of the apprentice school in Chantilly, Hamelin began his racing life with Jean de Roualle and then Cedric Boutin, since when the 21-year-old has spent three seasons honing his talents at one of the great jockey academies, the stable of Alain de Royer-Dupre.
The German town of Hamelin is in need of another Pied Piper after an infestation of rats.
London, May 25 ( ANI ): The Pied Piper of Hamelin could be wanted again as the German town has become infested with rats, with a growing legion of the rodents managing to knock out one of the town's fountains.
Michael Morpurgo's retelling of Browning's Hamelin poem appears here in grand hardback form illustrated with extraordinary and illuminating power by Emma Chichester Clark.
Otherwise his life is very harsh, as it is for all the orphan beggar children of Hamelin.