Baden, The Grand-Duchy of

Baden, The Grand-Duchy of (Bad`en, The Grand-Duchy of) (1,725), a German duchy, extends along the left bank of the Rhine from Constance to Mannheim; consists of valley, mountain, and plain; includes the Black Forest; is rich in timber, minerals, and mineral springs; cotton fabrics, wood-carving, and jewellery employ a great proportion of the inhabitants; there are two university seats, Heidelberg and Freiburg.

Definition taken from The Nuttall Encyclopædia, edited by the Reverend James Wood (1907)

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