Brandenburg (disambiguation)

Brandenburg (disambiguation)

Brandenburg is one of Germany's sixteen Bundesländer (federal states).

Brandenburg may also refer to:

Places

*Brandenburg an der Havel, a town in Brandenburg, Germany
*Margraviate of Brandenburg, medieval German principality
*Brandenburg-Prussia, a historical state consisting of the Margravate of Brandenburg and the Duchy of Prussia
*Province of Brandenburg, a province of Prussia, Germany
*Neubrandenburg ("New Brandenburg"), a town in Mecklenburg-Western Pomerania, Germany
*Brandenburg, Kentucky, a city in the United States
*Brandenburg (Frisches Haff), former name of Ushakovo, Kaliningrad Oblast in Russia

People

*Erich Brandenburg, German historian
*Jim Brandenburg, nature photographer
*Karlheinz Brandenburg, audio engineer and creator of the MP3 format
*William H. Brandenburg, U.S. Army Major General

Other uses

*Brandenburg concertos, a collection of instrumental works by Johann Sebastian Bach
*Brandenburg Gate, a triumphal arch in Berlin, Germany
*Brandenburgers, a German commando unit during World War II
*Brandenburg v. Ohio, a United States Supreme Court case
*Brandenburg Gate (Potsdam), a triumphal arch in Potsdam, Germany
*Brandenburg Gate (Königsberg), a triumphal arch in Kaliningrad, Russia
*"Brandenburg" (novel) by Henry Porter
*"Brandenburg" (ballet) by Jerome Robbins (1997)
*"Brandenburg" class battleship a class of battleships built by Germany in the 1890s.

ee also

*List of rulers of Brandenburg
*List of places in Brandenburg


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