Gothland

Gothland: 1 (2,595), the southernmost of the three old provinces of Sweden; chiefly mountainous, but with many fertile spaces; forest and lake scenery give a charm to the landscape; Gothenburg is the chief town. 2 (51), a Swedish island in the Baltic, 44 m. E. of the mainland, area 1217 sq. m.; forms, with other islands, the province of Gothland or Wisby; agriculture, fishing, and shipping are the main industries; Wisby is the chief town (also called Gottland).

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

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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
Gould, John
Gounod, Charles François
Govan

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