Leiden; Oberursel(n), Nassau

Spanish translation: Nassau, Oberursel, Leiden

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German term or phrase:Leiden; Oberursel, Nassau
Spanish translation:Nassau, Oberursel, Leiden
Entered by: Susana Cancino (X)

18:30 Jul 28, 2000
German to Spanish translations [PRO]
German term or phrase: Leiden; Oberursel(n), Nassau
I am actually doing EN>ES, but these German towns appear in the text, and the client wants them in Spanish. What do they call Leiden in Spain? And is it Oberursel or Oberurseln in German? What is it in Spanish? It appears to have been in Nassau in the year 1600. Any ideas about Nassau? Is it just Nasau in Spanish?
Any and all help is appreciated
Robert Anderson
Local time: 08:39
Nassau, Oberursel, Leiden
Explanation:
There is no translation for these towns. It's Oberursel, without 'n'.
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Dagmar Schuster (X)
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Thank you! Sorry to delay so long in answering.
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naNassau, Oberursel, Leiden
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Nassau, Oberursel, Leiden


Explanation:
There is no translation for these towns. It's Oberursel, without 'n'.

Dagmar Schuster (X)
PRO pts in pair: 96
Grading comment
Thank you! Sorry to delay so long in answering.
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