Hesse

The English name `Hesse` comes from the Hessian dialects. The variant `Hessia` comes from the medieval Latin Hassia. The German term Hessen is used by the European Commission because their policy is to leave regional names untranslated (paragraphs 1.31 & 1.35). The term `Hesse` ultimately derives from a Germanic tribe called the Chatti, who ...
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Hesse

[Blakes, Virginia] Hesse is a historic plantation home located near Blakes, Mathews County, Virginia. It was built about 1725, and is a five-bay, two-story Georgian style brick dwelling. It has a single-pile plan and is topped by a gable roof. A modern five-bay flanking south wing was built in 1952. It was listed on the National Register of...
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Hesse

Administrative region (German Land) in central Germany, bordered to the west by the state of Rhineland-Palatinate, to the south by Bavaria and Baden-W├╝rttemberg, to the east by Thuringia, and to the north by North Rhine-Westphalia and Lower Saxony; area 21,115 sq km/8,153 sq mi; population (2003 est) ...
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Hesse

Hesse (hes, hēs'ē, hes'u) , Ger. Hessen, state (1994 pop. 5,800,000), 8,150 sq mi (24,604 sq km), central Germany. Wiesbaden is the capital. It is bounded by Baden-Württemberg and Bavaria in the south, Rhineland-Palatinate in the west, North Rhine–Westphalia and Lower ...
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