Bingen

[horse] Bingen (1893–1913) was an American Standardbred horse. A descendant of Hambletonian 10, he is considered one of the most important sires in the development of the modern Standardbred breed. ==History== Bingen created a bloodline in the making of the American Standardbred through the Hambletonian 10 offspring Electioneer. Bingen wa...
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Bingen

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Bingen

Bingen (bing'un) or Bingen am Rhein (äm rīn) , city (1994 pop. 25,020), Rhineland-Palatinate, W Germany, where the Nahe River enters the Rhine. A busy river port, railroad junction, and tourist center, Bingen is also noted for its wine and tobacco manufactures. Dating from pre-Roman t...
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Bingen

city, Rhineland-Palatinate Land (state), southwestern Germany. Bingen is a port at the confluence of the Rhine and Nahe rivers, near the whirlpool ... [1 related articles]
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Bingen

Town on Rhine in the German state Rhineland-Palatinate with around 25,000 inhabitants at the mouth of the Rhine near the foot of the mountain Rochus. Even before the Romans were here because of its convenient location, a Celts Settlement called Bingium. The Romans have been operated vineyards. Near the river forms a natural border between two growi...
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