Translation for 'Upper Saxony' from English to Russian
NOUN   Upper Saxony | -
Верхняя Саксония {ж}
Upper Saxony
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Саксония {ж}
Нижняя Саксония {ж}
Lower Saxony
Саксония-Анхальт {ж}
Северная Италия {ж}
Upper Italy
Верхний Рейн {м} [часть Рейна]
Upper Rhine
Верхняя Силезия {ж}
Upper Silesia
верхняя губа {ж}
upper lip
высшие слои {мн} общества
upper class {sg}
Верхняя Франкония {ж}
Upper Franconia [Bavarian region]
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Usage Examples English
  • near the mouth of the Elbe up the river via the Prussian Province of Saxony (in present-day Saxony-Anhalt) to Upper Saxony, the Electorate and Kingdom of Saxony from 1806 corresponding with the German Free State of Saxony, which bears the name today though it was not part of the medieval duchy (see map on the right).
  • It was initially based in Freiberg, Upper Saxony, and in 1727 moved to the Publishing and Book Trade Center in Leipzig.
  • Most familiar was the construction of aisled hall churches in the late Gothic period, most notably in the areas of Westphalia and upper Saxony.
  • The war was fought mainly in Silesia, Bohemia, and Upper Saxony and formed one theatre of the wider War of the Austrian Succession.
  • The ruling dynasty reached its height of importance, when in 1423 all Wettin lands including the Thuringian estates were incorporated into the Electorate of Saxony (Upper Saxony).

  • Anne's is the most advanced representative of a range of religious buildings that emerged in the late 15th and early 16th centuries, especially in upper Saxony.
  • The German surname Shum is a variant spelling of Schum or Schumm, which originated as a toponymic surname after a place in Upper Saxony.
  • In Wittenberg he took over the task of completing the history of Upper Saxony and the House of Wettin begun by Georg Fabricius.
  • As of the late 18th century, Grobhäusern was played in rural Upper Saxony, and Scherwenzel was played in rural areas of Germany, Poland, Silesia and Bohemia.
  • Anne's Church is the most advanced representative of a range of religious buildings that emerged in the late 15th and early 16th centuries especially in upper Saxony.

  • In places it uses the dialect of Upper Saxony ("Guschel" for mouth, "Dahlen" for love-games, "Ranzen" for belly and "Neu-Schock" for a 60 Groschen piece).
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