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  • Queen Victoria's Macabre 'Mourning Jewelry' Up for Auction in London - PEOPLE
  • Emporia State Indoor Track & Field at Ichabod Invite Saturday - Emporia Gazette
  • County approves lease for Allo Communcations, honors David Saalfeld - Fremont Tribune
  • Doris Saalfeld, 95 - Grand Island Independent
  • Longtime Kent County Commissioner Jim Saalfeld resigning - mlive.com
  • Columbus woman makes name for herself as entrepreneur, community advocate - Lincoln Journal Star
  • World War II buff enjoys giving free oil changes to veterans every year - Sidney Herald Leader
  • Kent County Commission makes recommendation to fill vacant seat - mlive.com
  • Lynx take epic, 2,000-mile treks—but why is a mystery - National Geographic
  • Why VRBO may not refund your canceled beach rental - WCPO

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Saalfeld - Place in Thuringia, Germany

Population: 28023 inh.
Region: Thuringia
Country: Germany
Continent: EU

"Saalfeld is a town in Germany, capital of the Saalfeld-Rudolstadt district of Thuringia. It is best known internationally as the ancestral seat of the Saxe-Coburg and Gotha branch of the Saxon House of Wettin, which was renamed the House of Windsor during their British reign in 1917. - Wikipedia"