Weser River


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a river in northwestern Germany that flows northward to the North Sea near Bremerhaven

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Tonight, Everton will travel to the Weserstadion, a picturesque stadium on the bank of the Weser River, to face the modern version of the "Die Grn-Weien" ("The Green and Whites") in what promises to be an attractive pre-season friendly.
For Suntrust and Suncatchers, 2009, Winterling painted a large section of the wall black and then hung black fabric over the gallery's approximately sixty-five-foot-long wall of windows, thereby both obscuring the room's view of the Weser River and filling the space with twilight.
The 16th- and early 17th-century castles of the Weser River in northern Germany are the subject of this fascinating and beautifully presented volume.
Why the dredging and realignment of the Weser River under the direction of Ludwig Franzius, one of the largest and most significant water projects of the nineteenth century, is not considered remains an untouched question.
Standing in the cobblestoned square of his birthplace, my father gestured down towards the Weser River and then straight up again to the Rathaus (or Town Hall).
Bremerhaven, along with her sister facilities in the City of Nordenham, located on the other side of the Weser River, continue to be the primary ports in Northern Europe supporting the movement of ammunition, Privately Owned Vehicles (POVs) and select units in the region.