SANKT JOHANN , a
See also:town of Germany, in the Prussian Rhine province, on the right
See also:bank of the
See also:Saar, opposite Saarbrticken with which it is connected by three bridges . It is 49 M . N.E. from
See also:Metz and at the junction of lines from
See also:Trier, Bingerbrfick and
See also:Zweibrucken . Pop . (1905) 24,140 . Sankt Johann is the seat of extensive
See also:industries, the chief being the manufacture of railway plant and machinery, iron-founding,
See also:drawing and
See also:brewing; its rapid
See also:industrial development is due mainly to the extensive railway
See also:system of which it is the centre . Sankt Johann obtains its name from a
See also:chapel erected here . From 1321 to 1859 it formed a single town with
See also:Saarbrucken, and then was
See also:united to
See also:form one
See also:municipality with Saarbrticken and Malstatt-Burbach (united population, 90,000) .
SANKARA ACHARYA (c. 789-820)
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