Place:Sachsen-Weimar-Eisenach, Germany

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NameSachsen-Weimar-Eisenach
Alt namesSaxe-Weimar-Eisenachsource: wikipedia
TypeFormer State
Located inGermany     ( - 1920)
See alsoThüringen, GermanyCurrently here
Contained Places
Former municipality
Allstedt
Independent city
Eisenach
Jena ( 1182 - 1920 )
Weimar
Inhabited place
Apolda
Bad Sulza
Berga
Berka vor dem Hainich
Blankenhain
Buttelstedt
Buttstädt
Bürgel
Daasdorf am Berge
Daasdorf bei Buttelstedt
Frankenheim
Geisa
Gelmeroda
Gerstungen
Gross Ebersdorf
Grossrudestedt
Großbrembach
Ilmenau
Kaltensundheim
Lehesten
Mellingen
Neundorf
Neustadt
Oppurg
Rastenberg
Schlossvippach
Stadtlengsfeld
Thalbürgel
Triptis
Umpferstedt
Vacha
Waltersdorf
Weida
Unknown
Alperstedt
Altengönna
Altremda
Ammerbach
Arnshaugk
Aschenhausen
Azmannsdorf
Bergern
Bergsulza
Beuernfeld
Braunsdorf
Brunnhardtshausen
Burgwitz
Burkersdorf
Börthen
Bösleben
Culmitzsch
Dankmarshausen
Darnstedt
Denstedt
Dielsdorf
Dorfsulza
Dornburg
Dothen
Döhlen
Einsdorf
Erbenhausen
Ettersburg
Fernbreitenbach
Frankendorf
Frauensee
Frießnitz
Gaberndorf
Gebstedt
Gehaus
Grochwitz
Großcromsdorf
Großenlupnitz
Großmölsen
Großobringen
Großromstedt
Großschwabhausen
Gutendorf
Göhren
Göttern
Hainichen
Hammerstedt
Haufeld
Hayn
Heichelheim
Herda
Heygendorf
Hochdorf
Hohenfelden
Hottelstedt
Isseroda
Kalbsrieth
Kapellendorf
Kerspleben
Kirchberg
Kirchremda
Kleinbrembach
Kleinmölsen
Kleinobringen
Kleinrudestedt
Klettbach
Knau
Kolba
Kranichborn
Krauthausen
Kösnitz
Landgrafroda
Lausnitz
Legefeld
Lehnstedt
Leutenthal
Liebstedt
Linderbach
Lobeda
Lotschen
Madelungen
Magdala
Maina
Markvippach
Melborn
Merkendorf
Molbitz
Mönchenholzhausen
Münchenroda
Nauendorf
Neckeroda
Neidhartshausen
Nermsdorf
Neunhofen
Niedergrunstedt
Niederpöllnitz
Niederroßla
Niederzimmern
Nimritz
Nohra
Nöda
Obergeißendorf
Obergrunstedt
Oberpöllnitz
Oberreißen
Oberrenthendorf
Oberroßla
Oberweid
Oberweimar
Ottmannshausen
Ottstedt
Oßmannstedt
Pferdsdorf
Pfiffelbach
Possendorf
Ramsla
Rehmen
Riethnordhausen
Rittersdorf
Rohrbach
Rothenstein
Rottdorf
Rödigsdorf
Saalborn
Schaafsdorf
Schellroda
Scherbda
Schnellmannshausen
Schoppendorf
Schwabsdorf
Schwansee
Schwarza
Schwerborn
Schwerstedt
Schöndorf
Schöten
Stadtremda
Stadtsulza
Stanau
Stedten
Steinsdorf
Stelzendorf
Stockhausen
Stregda
Sünna
Süßenborn
Taubach
Thangelstedt
Thränitz
Tiefenort
Tiefurt
Tischendorf
Troistedt
Tröbsdorf
Udestedt
Ulla
Ulrichshalben
Unterweid
Urnshausen
Veitsberg
Vieselbach
Vogelsberg
Völkershausen
Wartburg
Wenigenlupnitz
Wernsdorf
Wersdorf
Wiegendorf
Wohlsborn
Wormstedt
Ütteroda
source: Family History Library Catalog


the text in this section is copied from an article in Wikipedia

The Duchy of Saxe-Weimar-Eisenach was created in 1809 by the merger of the Ernestine duchies of Saxe-Weimar and Saxe-Eisenach. It was raised to a Grand duchy in 1815 by resolution of the Vienna Congress. In 1877, it officially changed its name to the Grand Duchy of Saxony, but this name was rarely used. The Grand Duchy came to an end in the German Revolution of 1918–19 with the other monarchies of the German Empire. It was succeeded by the Free State of Saxe-Weimar-Eisenach, which was merged into the new state of Thuringia two years later.

The full grand ducal style was Grand Duke of Saxe-Weimar-Eisenach, Landgrave in Thuringia, Margrave of Meissen, Princely Count of Henneberg, Lord of Blankenhayn, Neustadt and Tautenburg.

The Saxe-Weimar-Eisenach branch is the most genealogically senior extant branch of the House of Wettin.

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