Erzgebirge


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Erz·ge·bir·ge

 (ĕrts′gə-bîr′gə)
A mountain range extending about 150 km (95 mi) along the border of Germany and the Czech Republic. It rises to 1,244 m (4,081 ft).

Erzgebirge

(German ˈeːrtsɡəbɪrɡə)
pl n
(Placename) a mountain range on the border between Germany and the Czech Republic: formerly rich in mineral resources. Highest peak: Mount Klínovec (Keilberg), 1244 m (4081 ft). Czech name: Krušné Hory Also called: Ore Mountains

Erz•ge•bir•ge

(ˈɛərts gəˌbɪər gə)
n.
a mountain range in central Europe, on the boundary between Germany and the Czech Republic. Highest peak, 4080 ft. (1245 m).
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Our destination in a small little village Seiffen, tucked away in the Ore or Erzgebirge mountains, closer to the town of Prague in the Czech Republic.
Bundesliga fairly close to Nuremberg are FC Erzgebirge Aue, SpVgg Greuther Fuerth and FSV Frankfurt, although no xtures have yet been nalised and Fuerth still have a promotion play-o against Hamburg SV.
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In Die Uberfliegerin (1995, High-flying woman), (1) Angela Krauss's narrator recounts various instances of the Russian presence in her life, from her childhood memories of the Soviet Army compound in the Erzgebirge (mountain range along the Saxon/Czech border) to the withdrawal of Russian troops from Leipzig in 1990 and her post-Wall trip to Russia.