Frauenfeld

Frauenfeld is the capital of the canton of Thurgau in Switzerland. ==History== ===Early history=== The earliest trace of human settlement are several La Tène era graves to the east of Langdorf. The Roman road from Oberwinterthur (Vitudurum) to Pfyn ran through what is now the Allmend in Frauenfeld. Two Roman villas were discovered in Thalbach and...
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Frauenfeld

capital (since 1803) of Thurgau canton, northern Switzerland, on the Murg River, close to its junction with the Thur River, northeast of Zürich. ...
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Frauenfeld

Frauenfeld (frou'unfelt) , city (1993 pop. 20,300), capital of Thurgau canton, NE Switzerland, on the Murg River. Although it produces textiles, metal products, and food preserves, it is chiefly known for its 13th-century castle (now a museum), which was the seat (1712–98) of the federal d...
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