Ratisbo

Ratisbo or Regensburg (38), one of the oldest and most interesting of German towns in Bavaria, on the Danube, 82 m. NE. of Münich; has a quaint and mediæval appearance, with Gothic buildings and winding streets; associated with many stirring historical events; till 1806 the seat of the imperial diet; does an active trade in salt and corn, and manufactures porcelain, brass, steel, and other wares.

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

Rationalism, Modern * Rattazzi, Urbano
Raskolink
Raspail, François Vincent
Rassam, Hormuzd
Rasselas
Rastatt
Rataña
Rathlin
Ratich, Wolfgang
Rational Horizon
Rationalism, Modern
Ratisbo
Rattazzi, Urbano
Rauch, Christian
Rauhes Haus
Raumer, Friedrich Ludwig Georg von
Ravaillac, François
Ravana
Ravenna
Ravenna, Exarch of
Ravenscroft, Thomas
Ravenswood