Hanseatic League


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The postal services had been established between the Order and Hanseatic League towns to facilitate communication within the alliance, which was formed to protect the trade interests of its members.
Riga was once an important German trading port and a member of the Hanseatic League.
Dettori (pictured) initiated his brace when he made the most of a rare ride for Mark Johnston to drive home 3-1 favourite Hanseatic League in the EBF Maiden Stakes.
The Pivotal filly got a bit left behind at Ripon,but she stayed on well behind Mizz Tee and Hanseatic League and was beaten two and a quarter lengths by the winner.
Just an hour's drive inland and you are in Hamburg, a proud Hanseatic League harbour town.
The Italian took advantage of Kieren Fallon's one day suspension to stretch his lead over the reigning champion to eight with wins aboard 3-1 favourite Hanseatic League and 11-4 chance Belle Rouge.
20) is no world-beater but has the maiden at his mercy, while Hanseatic League (7.
Thanks to its medieval roots as a member of the Hanseatic League of northern ports, Hamburg also has more foreign consulates than any city in the world except New York.
The champion-elect initiated the double courtesy of the Mark Johnston-trained Hanseatic League in the first division of the six-furlong maiden.
The Pivotal filly got a bit left behind at Ripon, but she stayed on well behind Mizz Tee and Hanseatic League and was beaten two and a quarter lengths by the winner.
Mizz Tee duly got a win on the board at Ripon last week, producing a real battling performance to see off Hanseatic League over the minimum trip.
Miraculously, its magnificent cathedral dating back to the 12th century, and the 600-year-old town hall built in the days when Bremen was a leading centre of the Hanseatic League, survived.
Tallinn is a former Hanseatic League trading city, with twisting cobbled lanes, city walls and conical-roofed towers.
The cruise takes you up the east coast of Britain, past the Orkneys and Shetlands, to Bergen, Norway's second city, which is packed with restored buildings from its Hanseatic League heyday.
The Hanseatic League was an association of regional groups of cities.