Stettin

Stettin, capital of Pomerania, and a flourishing river-port on both banks of the Oder, 30 m. from its entrance into the Baltic, and 60 m. NE. of Berlin; lies contiguous to, and is continuous with, the smaller towns of Bredow, Grabow, and Züllchow; principal buildings are the royal palace (16th century), the Gothic church of St. Peter (12th century), and St. James's (14th century); is a busy hive of industry, turning out ships, cement, sugar, spirits, &c., and carrying on a large export and import trade.

Population (circa 1900) given as 116,000.

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

Stesichorus * Steuben, Baron von
Stephenson, Robert
Stepniak
Steppes
Stereoscope
Sterling, John
Stern, Daniel
Sterne, Laurence
Sternhold, Thomas
Steropes
Stesichorus
Stettin
Steuben, Baron von
Stevenson, Robert
Stevenson, Robert Louis Balfour
Steward, Lord High
Stewart, Balfour
Stewart, Dugald
Stewart, House of
Stewart, Matthew
Steyer
Stheno

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