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Verden ( Aller )

Verden ( udtales :

Ferden ) er en by ( tidligere Fri rigsstad ) , et amt ( landkreis ) og et landskab ( tidligere fyrstendømme ) nær Bremen i det nordvestlige Tyskland .

Byen ligger ved floden Aller og kaldes undertiden Verden an der Aller eller Verden ( Aller ) for at undgå forveksling med Verdun ( « Verden an der Mås » ) .

Området var i 1600-tallet en del af fyrstbispedømmet Bremen-Verden .

En tid blev området regeret af den senere Frederik 3. .

af Danmark .

Senere blev området omtvistet mellem Det Danske Monarki , Sverige og Kurfyrstendømmet Hannover .

Indgår nu i delstaten Niedersachsen .

Kategori :

Byer i Niedersachsen Kategori :

Frie rigsstæder


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