Berlin

Berlin (Berlin`) (1,579), capital of Prussia and of the German empire; stands on the Spree, in a flat sandy plain, 177 m. by rail SE. of Hamburg. The royal and imperial palaces, the great library, the university, national gallery and museums, and the arsenal are all near the centre of the city. There are schools of science, art, agriculture, and mining; technical and military academies; a cathedral and some old churches; zoological and botanical gardens. Its position between the Baltic and North Seas, the Spree, the numerous canals and railways which converge on it, render it a most important commercial centre; its staple trade is in grain, cattle, spirits, and wool. Manufactures are extensive and very varied; the chief are woollens, machinery, bronze ware, drapery goods, and beer.

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

Berlichingen, Goetz von * Berlin Decree
Bergerac
Bergerac, Savinien Cyrano de
Berghaus, Heinrich
Berghem
Bergman, Torbern Olof
Beri
Berkeley
Berkeley, George
Berkshire
Berlichingen, Goetz von
Berlin`
Berlin Decree
Berlioz, Hector
Ber`mondsey
Bermoo`thes
Bermu`das
Bernadotte, Jean Baptiste Jules
Bernard, Claude
Bernard, St.
Bernard, Simon
Bernard of Menthon

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