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Adolphe Stoeber
Image:AdolfStoeber.jpg, 200px, Monument of the Stoebers Adolphe Stoeber, or Adolf Stöber (Strasbourg, 1810 – Mulhouse, 1892) was a French ecclesiastic and writer in German language from Alsace. He was Ehrenfried Stoeber's son and Auguste Stoeber's brother. He studied theology and was a Protestant priest in Metz (1832), Oberbronn (1836) and Mulhouse, where he was president at the Reformist Assembly. In 1838, he founded the publication Erwinia (publication), Erwinia with his brother. This magazine dealt with Alsatian and Swiss legends in Alsatian language, Alsatian. Works

* ''Alsatisches Vergißmeinnicht'' (1825) * ''Alsa-Bilder'' (1836) * ''Reisebilder aus der Schweiz'' (1850) * ''Elsässer Schatzkästel '' (1877) * ''Epheukranz auf das Grabmal einer Heimgegangenen'' (1884) * ''Spiegel deutscher Frauen'' (1892) 1810 births 1892 deaths French writers in German People from Strasbourg French male writers {{France-writer-stub ...
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Metz
Metz ( , , ; lat, Divodurum Mediomatricorum, then ) is a city in northeast France located at the confluence of the Moselle (river), Moselle and the Seille (Moselle), Seille rivers. Metz is the Prefectures in France, prefecture of the Moselle (department), Moselle Departments of France, department and the seat of the parliament of the Grand Est Région in France, region. Located near the Tri-border area, tripoint along the junction of France, Germany, and Luxembourg,Says J.M. (2010) La Moselle, une rivière européenne. Eds. Serpenoise. the city forms a central place of the European Greater Region and the SaarLorLux euroregion. Metz has a rich 3,000-year-history,Bour R. (2007) Histoire de Metz, nouvelle édition. Eds. Serpenoise. having variously been a Celts, Celtic ''oppidum'', an important Gallo-Roman city,Vigneron B. (1986) Metz antique: Divodurum Mediomatricorum. Eds. Maisonneuve. the Merovingian capital of Austrasia,Huguenin A. (2011) Histoire du royaume mérovingien ...
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