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The Friedrich-Dessauer-Gymnasium (abbreviation: FDG; English: Frederick Dessauer Gymnasium) is a sixth form Gymnasium in the district Höchst of Frankfurt am Main, Germany. The eponym is Friedrich Dessauer (1881–1963). The school has approximately 101 (year 2004) teachers and 853 (year 2009) students. Famous persons connected to the school are Michael Gahler (born 1960), a German politician and Member of the European Parliament for Hesse. In 2007 the old building was torn down and rebuilt in 2009.

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  • Das Friedrich-Dessauer-Gymnasium ist ein staatliches Gymnasium in Frankfurt am Main und bildet die Sekundarstufe II im sogenannten Schulverbund Frankfurt-Höchst. Es ist das größte der drei reinen Oberstufengymnasien Frankfurts. (de)
  • The Friedrich-Dessauer-Gymnasium (abbreviation: FDG; English: Frederick Dessauer Gymnasium) is a sixth form Gymnasium in the district Höchst of Frankfurt am Main, Germany. The eponym is Friedrich Dessauer (1881–1963). The school has approximately 101 (year 2004) teachers and 853 (year 2009) students. Famous persons connected to the school are Michael Gahler (born 1960), a German politician and Member of the European Parliament for Hesse. In 2007 the old building was torn down and rebuilt in 2009. (en)
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  • Das Friedrich-Dessauer-Gymnasium ist ein staatliches Gymnasium in Frankfurt am Main und bildet die Sekundarstufe II im sogenannten Schulverbund Frankfurt-Höchst. Es ist das größte der drei reinen Oberstufengymnasien Frankfurts. (de)
  • The Friedrich-Dessauer-Gymnasium (abbreviation: FDG; English: Frederick Dessauer Gymnasium) is a sixth form Gymnasium in the district Höchst of Frankfurt am Main, Germany. The eponym is Friedrich Dessauer (1881–1963). The school has approximately 101 (year 2004) teachers and 853 (year 2009) students. Famous persons connected to the school are Michael Gahler (born 1960), a German politician and Member of the European Parliament for Hesse. In 2007 the old building was torn down and rebuilt in 2009. (en)
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