Recently the choir has returned from the Heart of Europe competition in Gelnhausen, Germany, with first and second prizes.
What does EDFG stand for?
EDFG stands for Gelnhausen (airport code; Germany)
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It isn't by chance that the artist closes his monologue with the words "It could have been anywhere in Europe," a sentiment of doubt confirmed by subsequent historical developments: After the first eastward expansion of the European Union in 2004, including Lithuania among its new members, the country lost its position as the geographical midpoint of the political and economic community of nation-states that from then on served as a frame of reference (rather than the abstract idea of Europe as a continent); the new center lay just outside the German town Kleinmaischeid; the second expansion of the Union in 2007 shifted the midpoint to Gelnhausen.
The company's branches are located in Chicago, IL; Lochem, the Netherlands; Gelnhausen, Germany; Miami, FL; and Phoenix, AZ.
Writing after the Schism of 1378, Conrad of Gelnhausen (d.