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

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

[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

[Standardbred horse 1893 -1913] ...
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Bingen

City on Rhine in the German state Rheinland-Pfalz with about 25,000 inhabitants at the mouth of the Rhine in the Rhine at the foot of Rochusberg. Even before the Romans there was one because of the convenient location Celtic Settlement called Bingium. Already the Romans operated viticulture here around the turn of the century. The river Nahe forms ...
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