BALLENSTEDT , a
See also:town of Germany, in the duchy of
See also:Anhalt, on the
See also:river Getel, 20 M . E. of Quedlinburg by
See also:rail . Pop . (1900) 5423 . It is pleasantly situated under the
See also:north-eastern declivity of the Harz mountains . The inhabitants are mostly engaged in
See also:agriculture and there is practically no other
See also:industry . The palace of the dukes of Anhalt,
See also:standing on an
See also:eminence, contains a library and collections of various kinds, including a
See also:good picture gallery . It is approached by a
See also:fine avenue of trees and is surrounded by a well-wooded
See also:park . In the Schlosskirche the
See also:grave of
See also:Albert the Bear,
See also:margrave of
See also:Brandenburg (Hoc–1170) has been discovered .
BALLATER (Gaelic for " the town on a sloping hill "...
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