Siegen









Siegen


Siegen [zee-guh n] Examples noun

  1. a city in North Rhine–Westphalia in W Germany, on the Sieg River.

Examples from the Web for siegen Contemporary Examples of siegen

  • George Stout crawled through the wall opening and into a room even he, who had been at Siegen and Merkers, never imagined.

    The Real Monuments Men: The Coronation Chamber of Hitler

    Robert Edsel

    February 6, 2014

  • Historical Examples of siegen

  • He went to the little village of Siegen, in western Germany, where his illustrious son was born on June 29th, 1577.

    Great Artists, Vol 1.

    Jennie Ellis Keysor

  • After his birth, his father was set free in Siegen and allowed to go back to the city in which he had misbehaved himself.

    Pictures Every Child Should Know

    Dolores Bacon

  • Rubens was sent to prison, and thereafter banished to Siegen, where his wife joined him.

    Belgium

    George W. T. (George William Thomson) Omond

  • But the process was, as a matter of fact, communicated to him by a German soldier, Ludwig von Siegen.

    Rupert Prince Palatine

    Eva Scott

  • Antwerp and Cologne have claimed his birth, but subsequent historical investigation has shown Siegen as his birthplace.

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    Sarah K. Bolton

  • British Dictionary definitions for siegen Siegen noun

    1. a city in NW Germany, in North Rhine-Westphalia: manufacturing centre; birthplace of Rubens. Pop: 107 768 (2003 est)

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