Paderborn

Paderborn (Paderborn.ogg) is a city in eastern North Rhine-Westphalia, Germany, capital of the Paderborn district. The name of the city derives from the river Pader and `born`, an old German term for the source of a river. The river Pader originates in more than 200 springs near Paderborn Cathedral, where St. Liborius is buried. ==History== Pade.....
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Paderborn

[district] Paderborn (paːdɐˈbɔʁn) is a Kreis (district) in the east of North Rhine-Westphalia, Germany. Neighboring districts are Gütersloh, Lippe, Höxter, Hochsauerland, and Soest. ==History== Paderborn was part of the Bishopric of Paderborn until it was included into Prussia in 1802. After the Napoleonic wars when Prussia created t...
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Paderborn

city, North Rhine–Westphalia Land (state), central Germany. It lies on the Pader River, a small affluent of the Lippe formed from rain seepage on the ...
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Paderborn

Paderborn (pä"durbôrn') , city (1994 pop. 130,130), North Rhine–Westphalia, NW Germany. It is an agricultural market and industrial center; manufactures include chemicals, building materials, and textiles. It was in Paderborn that the Holy Roman Empire was born, when Charlem...
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Paderborn

The Paderborn is a German Troika Class minesweeper of 465 tons displacement commissioned in 1958. She is powered by two MD 871 UM/ID diesels providing a top speed of 16.5 knots and a range of 850 miles. She is manned by a crew of 44 including five officers and was armed with one Bofors 40 mm/70 anti-aircraft gun.
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