Prüm (disambiguation)

Prüm (disambiguation)

Prüm, sometimes spelled Pruem, may mean one of the following:

Places

* Prüm, a town in Rhineland-Palatinate, Germany
* Prüm River, a river in Rhineland-Palatinate, Germany
* Abbey of Prüm, a former abbey near the town of Prüm

People

* Pierre Prüm, the 14th Prime Minister of Luxembourg
* Emile Prüm, a Luxembourgian politician and father of Pierre Prüm
* Regino of Prüm, a Benedictine monk and chronicler at the Abbey of Prüm

Other

* , otherwise known as Schengen III, a security information-sharing agreement signed by several EU countries at Prüm


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