Translation for 'Frisia' from English to Russian
NOUN   Frisia | -
Фрисландия {ж}
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Translation for 'Frisia' from English to Russian

Фрисландия {ж}геогр.
Usage Examples English
  • The Westfriese Omringdijk (West-Frisian Circular Dyke) is a dyke system that protected the region of Westflinge, part of the historical region of West-Frisia.
  • After her death Jever became a part of Oldenburg, but East Frisia made a claim for the territory as well.
  • By December 1524, Frisia was firmly in the hands of the Habsburg. It was renamed into the Lordship of Frisia and ruled by a Stadtholder.
  • ... 6 June 1539 – 21 December 1610) was a Swedish princess, and the Countess consort of East Frisia as the spouse of Edzard II, Count of East Frisia.
  • While the subdivisions of Frisia have their own regional flags, Frisia as a whole has not historically had a flag of its own.

  • The Interfrisian Council was founded in 1956 in order to represent the interests of all regions of Frisia across both Germany and the Netherlands.
  • Johan I of East Frisia (1506–1572) was a member of the house of Cirksena and a non-reigning Count of East Frisia and later imperial governor of Limburg.
  • Larvae of subspecies "frisia" feed on "Beloperone guttata", while "tulcis" larvae have been recorded on "Dicliptera" species.
  • Enno II of East Frisia (1505 – 24 September 1540 in Emden) was the son of Edzard I of East Frisia.
  • Then, circa 690, Pepin attacked central Frisia and took Utrecht.

  • Christine Charlotte of Württemberg (21 October 1645, Stuttgart – 16 May 1699, Bruchhausen) was a princess consort of East Frisia by marriage to George Christian, Prince of East Frisia.
  • Hatebrand was a Benedictine abbot. A native of Frisia, Netherlands, he became the Abbot of [...] , Frisia in 1183. He is famed for having revived the Benedictine order, in the area of Frisia.
  • The Frisians received the title of freemen and were allowed to choose their own podestat or imperial governor.
  • The Interfrisian Council is a geopolitical organization that represents the common interests of the Frisians.
  • In Germany, Dutch Frisia is often usually called "West Frisia" (" [...] "), because the German part is called "East Frisia" (" [...] "), hence the term "West Frisians" (" [...] ").

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