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Torgau is a significant location in the history of the Reformation.
Also running eight stations is Saxony-based newspaper house Torgau Druck.
1945 Russian and American troops met at Torgau, cutting Nazi Germany in two.
After seeing his side lose 2-1 last night to Germany in Torgau, near Leipzig, he is keen to arrange some more friendlies.
Millar is almost certain to hand the 20-year-old his debut in Torgau, which means Torquay striker Jamie Ward will return to his old spot.
Paris was liberated in August, and on April 25, 1945, Allied troops, coming from the west, met up at the Elbe river near Torgau, Germany, with Soviet soldiers who had fought the Germans back from Stalingrad and Moscow on the eastern front.
The Protestant church in the village of Wessnig near Torgau in eastern Germany is open for cyclists seeking spiritual reflection and calm, and its churchyard has been turned into a recreation area complete with tables, benches and a barbecue area.
In Germany the company planned to relocate its current operations at a plant in Erkelenz to its larger plant in Wuppertal, and in Estonia to discontinue the contract production of consumer packed envelopes at its plant in Kohila in order to bring it in-house to the company's facility in Torgau, Germany, Bong Ljungdahl said.
That will attract bettors to Torgau, a filly making her U.
GILES BRAVERY has booked leading French jockey Olivier Peslier for Torgau in the Sagitta 1000 Guineas at Newmarket on Sunday, for which 26 fillies have been confirmed.
Peslier will ride Torgau for Giles Bravery in the Sagitta 1000 Guineas on Sunday, for which 26 fillies were confirmed yesterday.
Seazun, wearing the green and white colours of the owner's beloved Celtic, battled on bravely in the hands of Richard Quinn to deny Torgau by a head.