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Harz

(hɑːts) or

Harz Mountains

pl n
(Placename) a range of wooded hills in central Germany, between the Rivers Weser and Elbe: source of many legends. Highest peak: Brocken, 1142 m (3746 ft)
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It was about a young girl who lived in the Hartz Mountains, and who had given up her life to save her lover's soul; and he died, and met her spirit in the air; and then, in the last verse, he jilted her spirit, and went on with another spirit - I'm not quite sure of the details, but it was something very sad, I know.
Hartz Mountains' Copper Ridge in Lyndhurst was the most active property in the state as Ralph Lauren Polo leased 150,000 square feet of space, SAS leased 42,000 square feet and Management Dynamics leased 16,953 square feet of the 237,000 square foot building.