Constance

  • (noun): A lake in southeastern Germany on the northern side of the Swiss Alps; forms part of the Rhine River.
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Some articles on constance:

Linzgau - Transport
... The national highways 31 and 33, which run from east to west along Lake Constance are the only major highways through the region ... A car ferry runs from Meersburg across the arm of Lake Constance called the Überlinger See to connect with Constance ...
Constance Of France, Countess Of Toulouse - Second Marriage
... In 1154, Constance remarried after being a widow for a year ... of Lombers, attended by both clerics and princes, including Raymond of Trencavel, Raymond V, and Constance, and the representatives of the Cathars ... Raymond and Constance had five children together, they were Raymond VI, who succeeded his father Aubri, died 1180 Adelaide or Azalais of Toulouse, who married ...
Constance Of Świdnica - Life - Widowhood
... Constance was forced to refuge in the court of his grandparents, the Polish King and Queen, and Jan of Ścinawa (one of Przemko II's brothers) was compelled to sold his ... Constance was virtually leave without financial support after the lost of her lands however, her situation soon changed firstly, when she received a rent by her lands ... in 1360, the Bohemian Kingdom finally recognized Constance's rights as widow of Przemko II ...
Constance, Minnesota - History
... The village of Constance was founded in section 13 of Grow Township sometime prior to 1897 and had a post office from 1897 until 1955 ... Constance formerly had a station of the Burlington Northern Railroad, since defunct ... itself remains, and Grow Township incorporated as the city of Andover in 1973, but Constance Boulevard remains a main two-lane road in the local area ...

More definitions of "Constance":

  • (noun): The council in 1414-1418 that succeeded in ending the Great Schism in the Roman Catholic Church.