Halle

Halle is a noun that means hall in the German language. It may also refer to:

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Christian August Friedrich Garcke
... He studied theology in Halle, obtaining his doctorate at the University of Jena in 1844 ... he was a private scholar of botanical studies in Halle, relocating to Berlin in 1851, where he worked with botanist Alexander Braun (1805-1877) ... Another significant work was the two-volume Flora von Halle (1848 1856) ...
Halle, Holzminden
... Halle is a municipality in the district of Holzminden, in Lower Saxony, Germany ... Eimen Eschershausen Fürstenberg Golmbach Halle Hehlen Heinade Heinsen Heyen Holenberg Holzen Holzminden Kirchbrak Lauenförde Lenne Lüerdissen Negenborn Ottenstein Pegestorf Polle Stadtoldendorf ...
Siegmund Jakob Baumgarten
... Siegmund Jakob Baumgarten (14 March 1706, Wolmirstedt – 4 July 1757, Halle) was a German Protestant theologian ... He studied theology at the University of Halle, and in 1728 the 22-year old Baumgarten, a Hallensian Pietist and bibliophile, was appointed as minister of the "Marktkirche Unser Lieben Frauen" (Market Church of Our ... In 1730 he became an associate professor at Halle, where in 1734 he was appointed a full professor of theology ...
St. Alphonsus' Church, Rectory, Convent And Halle
... Alphonsus' Church, Rectory, Convent and Halle, also known as St John Neumann Shrine and "Baltimore's Powerhouse of Prayer," is a historic Roman Catholic church ... The Halle is a 4 1⁄2-story brick structure with a central pavilion topped by a gable ... Alphonsus' Church, Rectory, Convent and Halle was listed on the National Register of Historic Places in 1973 ...
Caroline Halle-Müller
... Caroline Frederikke Müller (née Halle) (5 February 1755 – 17 November 1826), also known as Caroline Walther, was a Danish and later naturalized Swedish singer (mezzo-sopran ... She was born as Caroline Halle, was known in Denmark as Caroline Walther (after her first marriage in 1774), and in Sweden as Caroline Müller (after her second marriage in ...