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Benjamin Patch ist OP! Volleyball Supercup - BR Volleys vs United Volleys Frankfurt

Pokalsieger vs Deutscher Meister! In Schwerin duellierten sich die United Volleys Frankfurt gegen den großen Favoriten Berlin Recycling Volleys bei der ...



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Lüneburg (district)

Lüneburg is a district in Lower Saxony, Germany. It is bounded by the districts of Lüchow-Dannenberg, Uelzen, Heidekreis and Harburg, and the states of Schleswig-Holstein (district of Lauenburg) and Mecklenburg-Western Pomerania (district of Ludwigslust-Parchim).

Luneberg

Lüneburg is a city in the District of Lüneburg in Lower Saxony, Germany. The historical English spelling was Lunenburg.

Lüneburg Regional Association
Lüneburg Regional Association

The Lüneburg Regional Association is a registered association in the German state of Lower Saxony and is one of a number of regional associations in the state.

U-Bahn Line B (Frankfurt U-Bahn)

The U-Bahn Line B is the second route in the network of the Frankfurt U-Bahn. It leads in west-east direction from the central railway station over the old town to Konstablerwache, where it splits into two branches to Bornheim (line U4) and Preungesheim (line U5).

U-Bahn Line A (Frankfurt U-Bahn)
U-Bahn Line A (Frankfurt U-Bahn)

The A line is the north-to-south main line of the Frankfurt subway/light rail system . It is the oldest and longest line of the U-Bahn system.

U-Bahn Line C (Frankfurt U-Bahn)
U-Bahn Line C (Frankfurt U-Bahn)

The Line C is a line on the Frankfurt U-Bahn. It consists of the U6 and the U7.

U-Bahn Line D (Frankfurt U-Bahn)

The U-Bahn Line D is one of the basic routes in the Frankfurt U-Bahn network, according to the original concept in the 1960s. So far, only two short sections have been realised.