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).
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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
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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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