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Blücher stands for:

Blücher is the family name of the following people:

the Mecklenburg noble family von Blücher, see Blücher (noble family)

as well as from:

Several ships were named Blücher after the Prussian General Field Marshal :

Blücher is or was the name of the following places:

  • Blücher (possession) , part of the municipality possession in the district of Ludwigslust-Parchim in Mecklenburg-Western Pomerania
  • Expansion of Blücher, settlement in south-eastern Mecklenburg-Western Pomerania, see Woldegk
  • former name of the community Göhren-Lebbin

The following mines bear the name Blücher :

  • Blücherschächte , is the former name of the coal mine Kopalnia Węgla Kamiennego Jankowice in Rybnik in Poland
  • Blücher mine , a former non-ferrous metal ore mine in the Herkenrath residential area of ​​Bergisch Gladbach
  • Blücher (Gleißen) mine , former alum ore mine in Gleißen, today's Glisno (Lubniewice) in Poland
  • Blücher I colliery , initially merged into the Essen-Arenberg colliery in 1864 and then into the Nordstern colliery in 1866

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