Schwerin

Schwerin, capital of the grand-duchy of Mecklenburg-Schwerin; has a pretty site on Lake of Schwerin (14 m. by 3), 47 m. SE. of Lübeck; has a 14th-century cathedral, Renaissance castle, arsenal, &c., and manufactures of lacquered ware, machinery, &c.

Population (circa 1900) given as 34,000.

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

Schwenckfeld, Caspar von * Schwyz
Schwanthaler, Ludwig
Schwärmerei
Schwarz, Berthold
Schwarz, Christian Friedrich
Schwarzburg, House of
Schwarzenburg, Karl Philip, Prince von
Schwarzwald
Schwegler, Albert
Schweinfurth, Georg August
Schwenckfeld, Caspar von
Schwerin
Schwyz
Science
Scilly Islands
Scioppius, Caspar
Scipio, P. Cornelius, the Elder
Scipio, P. Cornelius, the Younger
Scone
Scopas
Scoresby, William
Scory, John

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