Schaffhausen

Schaffhausen, a canton in the extreme N. of Switzerland, surrounded NE. and W. by Baden; the Rhine flanks it on the S.; is hilly, with fertile valleys sloping to the Rhine, and is chiefly given up to agriculture. The capital, Schaffhausen (19), occupies a picturesque site on the Rhine, 31 m. NW. of Constance; has a 12th-century cathedral, an interesting old castle, &c. The famous falls, the finest on the Rhine, are 3 m. below the town.

Population (circa 1900) given as 38,000.

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

Schaff, Philip * Schäffle, Dr. Albert
Scanderoon
Scandinavia
Scarborough
Scarpa, Antonio
Scarron, Paul
Scattery Island
Scepticism
Sceptre
Schadow, Johannes Gottfried
Schaff, Philip
Schaffhausen
Schäffle, Dr. Albert
Schall, Johann Adam von
Schamyl
Scharnhorst, Gerhard von
Scheele, Carl Wilhelm
Scheffel, Joseph Victor von
Scheffer, Ary
Scheherazade
Scheldt
Schelling, Friedrich Wilhelm Joseph

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