Übersetzung für 'Larissa' von Englisch nach Deutsch
Larisa {n}
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Übersetzung für 'Larissa' von Englisch nach Deutsch

Larisa {n}geogr.
Anwendungsbeispiele Englisch
  • On summer of 2006 he moved to Larissa in Greece. Together with Efstathios Aloneftis were part of an important Larissa investment on Cypriot young players.
  • Proteus may have once been in a 1:2 orbital resonance with Larissa, where Proteus makes one orbit for every two orbits made by Larissa.
  • Born in Giannouli, Larissa, Kyriakos started his career at his hometown with Apollon Larissa and he later moved to the local giants AEL, then playing in Beta Ethniki.
  • He currently coaches Diogenis with experienced Nikos Vlachoulis as his assistant, a manager who had been at the helm of Iraklis Larissa, AO Trikala, AE Larissa, and Apollon Larissa in the past.
  • Ntosas won the 1985 Greek Cup with AE Larissa, one of the strongest sides of Greek football in the 1980s.

  • was born in Larissa prefecture in central Greece and grew up in Stomio (Larissa).
  • The railway from Larissa to Volos (...) is a standard-gauge railway that connects Larissa with the coastal port city of Volos in Thessaly, Greece.
  • The nymotypical form "larissa" Hbn. (38f) is easily recognized by the strongly sooty blackening of the bases of the wings, only the cell having some light places left.
  • The Latin or Roman Catholic Archbishopric of Larissa is a titular see of the Catholic Church.
  • Larissa is a rural community and abandoned townsite in northwestern Cherokee County, Texas, United States.

  • Sotiritsa (...) is a village in the municipality of Agia, Larissa in the Larissa regional unit in Greece.
  • Larissa Loyva is a Canadian, classically-trained indie pop singer-songwriter and keyboardist.
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