Fichtelgebirge

Fichtelgebirge, a mountain chain in North-East Bavaria, so called from its having once been covered with pines, Fichtel meaning a pine. In its valleys rise the Elbe, Rhine, and Danube; considerable quantities of iron, copper, and lead are found, which give rise to a smelting industry, while mother-of-pearl is obtained from the streams. The climate is cold and damp, but the district has of late become a favourite resort of tourists.

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

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Feuerbach, Ludwig Andreas
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