Erfurt


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Er·furt

 (ĕr′fərt, -fo͝ort′)
A city of central Germany southwest of Leipzig. Site of an episcopal see founded by Saint Boniface in the eighth century, it was later a free imperial city and a member of the Hanseatic League.
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Erfurt

(German ˈɛrfʊrt)
n
(Placename) an industrial city in central Germany, the capital of Thuringia: university (1392). Pop: 201 645 (2003 est)
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Er•furt

(ˈɛr fʊrt)

n.
the capital of Thuringia in central Germany. 220,016.
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In 1808 the Emperor Alexander went to Erfurt for a fresh interview with the Emperor Napoleon, and in the upper circles of Petersburg there was much talk of the grandeur of this important meeting.
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PESHAWAR -- As many as five University of Peshawar students have been selected for summer crash course on cyber culture to be held at Erfurt University Germany this year.