Nassau

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Nassau is principally the name of the German town Nassau, which has given its name to many other places and entities, notably including the royal House of Nassau, the former independent state Nassau in modern Germany, Nassau County, New York, and the city of Nassau, Bahamas.

Nassau may refer to:

Places[edit]

Germany[edit]

  • Nassau, Rhineland-Palatinate, a town founded in AD 915, after which most other entities called Nassau are named directly or indirectly:
    • Nassau Castle, ancestral seat of the House of Nassau
    • Duchy of Nassau, German state within the Holy Roman Empire and an independent state until 1866
    • Hesse-Nassau, Prussian province formed by annexation of the Duchy of Nassau
    • Nassau (region), the broader geographical and historical region comprising the former independent country Nassau
    • Nassau (Verbandsgemeinde), an administrative district including the town of Nassau and its surrounding areas
    • Nassau Nature Park, a major nature park in Germany located within the historical state of Nassau
  • Nassau, Saxony, a village in the Ore Mountains

Bahamas[edit]

  • Nassau, Bahamas, capital city of the Bahamas, on the island of New Providence

Canada[edit]

Cook Islands[edit]

Hong Kong[edit]

Indonesia[edit]

Ireland[edit]

Netherlands[edit]

United States[edit]

Nobles[edit]

House of Orange-Nassau[edit]

Of the branch of Nassau-Siegen
Of the branch of Nassau-Weilburg, ultimately the grand ducal dynasty of Luxembourg
Other

Battles[edit]

Ships[edit]

Art, entertainment, and media[edit]

Other uses[edit]

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