from Kiel by the railway to Eutin and Lubeck.
TRAVE, a river of north Germany, rising in the Oldenburg principality of Lubeck, between Eutin and Ahrensbock.
Bredow's principal works are Handbuch der alten Geschichte, Geographic and Chronologie (Eutin, 1799; English trans., London, 1827); Chronik des 19.
of Hamburg, at the junction of lines to Eutin, Biichen, Travemiinde and Strassburg (in Mecklenburg-Schwerin) and consists of an inner town and three suburbs.
FRIEDRICH ADOLF TRENDELENBURG (1802-1872), German philosopher and philologist, was born on the 30th of November 1802 at Eutin, near Lubeck.
Schleswig-Holstein belongs to the great North-German plain, of the characteristic features of which it affords a faithful reproduction in miniature, down to the continuation of the Baltic ridge or plateau by a range of low wooded hills skirting its eastern coast and culminating in the Bungsberg (538 ft.), a little to the north of Eutin.
EUTIN, a town of Germany, capital of the principality of Lubeck, which is an enclave in the Prussian province of SchleswigHolstein and belongs to the grand-duchy of Oldenburg, picturesquely situated on the Lake Eutin, 20 m.
Towards the end of the 18th century Eutin acquired some fame as the residence of a group of poets and writers, of whom the best-known were Johann Heinrich Voss, the brothers Stolberg, and Friedrich Heinrich Jacobi.
Eutin was, according to tradition, founded by Count Adolf II.
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