Gothard, St.

Gothard, St., the central mountain mass (9850 ft. high) of the Middle Alps and core of the whole Alpine system; it forms a watershed for rivers flowing in four different directions, including the Rhône and the Rhine; the famous pass (6936 ft.) from Lake Lucerne to Lake Maggiore forms an excellent carriage-way, has two hotels and a hospice at its summit; on the lower slopes is the St. Gothard railway (opened 1882), with its celebrated tunnel (9¼ m.), the longest in the world.

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

Gothamites * Gothenburg
Gortschakoff, Prince
Goschen, George Joachim
Goshen
Gospels
Gosport
Gosse, Edmund
Gosse, Philip Henry
Gotha
Gotham
Gothamites
Gothard, St.
Gothenburg
Gothic Architecture
Gothland
Goths
Gottfried von Strasburg
Göttingen
Gottsched, Johann Christoph
Gough, Hugh, Viscount
Gough, J. B.
Goujon, Jean

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