Baden


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Ba·den

 (bäd′n)
A historical region of southwest Germany. In the 1840s it was a center of the German liberal movement.

Baden

(ˈbaːdən)
n
(Placename) a former state of West Germany, now part of Baden-Württemberg

Ba•den

(ˈbɑd n)

n.
1. a region in SW Germany, formerly a state, now incorporated in Baden-Württemberg.
References in classic literature ?
His summer had been very full, and he sat under the great trees beside the miniature river that trickles past the Baden flower-beds, he slowly rummaged it over.
If the courier liked Baden, they would probably stay there for some time.
Sir Patrick re-directed Anne Silvester's letter to Arnold, at the Poste Restante, Baden. A second letter, which had arrived that morning (addressed to Arnold in a legal handwriting, and bearing the post-mark of Edinburgh), was forwarded in the same way, and at the same time.
They were the two letters which he had forwarded to Baden. The third letter remaining in his hand and occupying a double sheet, was from Arnold himself.
Given a young man who dates from "Baden," and declares himself to be in "a terrible mess," as representing the circumstances of the case--what is the interpretation to be placed on them?
Arnold would in all probability receive the telegram at Baden, on the next day, September the seventeenth.
I went, I say, to Homburg, but afterwards went also to Roulettenberg, as well as to Spa and Baden; in which latter place, for a time, I acted as valet to a certain rascal of a Privy Councillor, by name Heintze, who until lately was also my master here.
No, it was not the money that I valued-- what I wanted was to make all this mob of Heintzes, hotel proprietors, and fine ladies of Baden talk about me, recount my story, wonder at me, extol my doings, and worship my winnings.
Presently another open carriage brought the Grand Duke of Baden, a stately man in uniform, who wore the handsome brass-mounted, steel-spiked helmet of the army on his head.
"Such demands as to retreat beyond the Vistula and Oder may be made to a Prince of Baden, but not to me!" Napoleon almost screamed, quite to his own surprise.
Before the end of the course of drinking the waters, Prince Shtcherbatsky, who had gone on from Carlsbad to Baden and Kissingen to Russian friends--to get a breath of Russian air, as he said--came back to his wife and daughter.
Other highlights include excursions in the legendary Black Forest region, which has its very own unique traditions or a golfing getaway to the popular golf area of the Baden Alsace.