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Image from page 103 of “Germany;” (1912)
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Title: Germany;
Year: 1912 (1910s)
Authors: Dickie, James F., 1848- Compton, Edward Theodore, ill Compton, E. Harrison (Edward Harrison), ill
Subjects: Germany — Description and travel
Publisher: London : A. & C. Black
Contributing Library: University of California Libraries
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in a valley nearthe Neckar, surrounded by vine – clad hills andsplendid forests. It is a city of a quarter of amilUon inhabitants, and is a very agreeable placeof residence. An American consul said, as theStuttgarters are fond of telling you, that this isan ideal city for a man who has made his pile tochoose as his resting-place. There is more comfortto the square inch than in any other spot onearth. The Royal Palace, which stands in a beautifulsquare, is the heart and centre of the city. It is animposing structure, consisting of a main buildingwith wings on each side. All the Governmentbuildings and many other notable edifices clusterround it. In front of it the Jubilee Column, inhonour of King WilHam I., rises to a height of98 feet. Two fountains adorn the square, one ofwhich represents the Neckar, the other the Danube—the two chief rivers that water the Swabian land. STUTTGART—COURTYARD OF OLDPALACE On the left monument to Eberhard ini Bart, one ofthe old Dukes of Wiirtemberg.

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IN WtlRTEMBERG 47 Escort Stuttgart is essentially a modern town, regularlybuilt, scrupulously clean, and well governed. Itrejoices in its splendid monument to Schiller, thegreatest of all the Swabians. In the courtyard ofthe old palace there is also an equestrian statue ofEberhard with the Beard, who, when the princesof Saxony, Rhineland, and Bavaria were boastingof their dominions, bore away the palm : Wiirtembergs beloved monarch, Eberhard the Bearded, cried : See, my land hath little cities, Mong my hills no metals hide. Yet one treasure it hath borne me— Sleeping in the woodland free,I may lay my head in safety On my lowliest vassals knee. Kerner (trans, by H. W. Dulcken). Escort Stuttgart has many lovely suburbs, but themost delightful is the town of Cannstadt. This isan ancient Roman settlement. It boasts of finemineral springs, and houses that are built for userather than ornament. It overlooks one of theloveUest valleys in the land. In 1682 a courtierstrove with might and main, but unsucc

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Image from page 323 of “Europe and other continents” (1901)
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Title: Europe and other continents
Year: 1901 (1900s)
Authors: Tarr, Ralph S. (Ralph Stockman), 1864-1912 McMurray, Frank Morton, 1862- [from old catalog] joint author
Subjects: Geography
Publisher: New York, The Macmillan company
Contributing Library: The Library of Congress
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Fig. 189. The city of Escort Stuttgart in the low plateau of ancient mountain land of southern Germany. belt of southern Belgium and northeastern France is buta continuation of the highlands which cross southern andcentral Germany. Northern Germany is a lowland, broadening toward theeast until it merges into the plains of Russia. In theneighborhood of Holland the plain is very low and flat(Fig. 190) ; but in most places, owing to the irregulardeposits left by the Scandinavian glaciers, it is rolling. GERMAN EMPIRE 283

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Elevations in this part of Germany rarely exceed sixhundred feet. This plain is, in large part, included inPrussia, the greatest and most powerful of the Germankingdoms. Most of the drainage is northward into the North and Balticseas. What river rises in the highland region of southernGermany andcrosses Austria,finally to enterthe Black Sea ?Name and tracethe courses offour large riverswhich flow north-ward. Of thesethe Rhine is themost important.Notice the largenumber of citiesalong its banks. While parts of the Rhine valley are broadand densely settled, the river in the central part of its courseflows through a deep and beautiful gorge cut in the highlands(p. 297). Climate. —The average yearly rainfall is about twenty-eight inches, although the amount decreases toward theeast until, near the Russian border, it does not exceedtwenty inches. That these figures may be better appre-ciated, we may recall the fact that the average rainfall inmost parts of the United States east of the M

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Image from page 237 of “Climatological data, Arkansas” (1896)
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Title: Climatological data, Arkansas
Year: 1896 (1890s)
Authors: United States. Environmental Data Service United States. Weather Bureau
Subjects: Meteorology
Publisher: Asheville, N.C., U.S. Dept. of Commerce, National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration, Environmental Data Service
Contributing Library: University of Illinois Urbana-Champaign
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349.426.645.724.548.024.552.231-845.328.7 CLIMATOLOGICAL DATA: ARKANSAS SECTION December, 1944 Daily Temperatures for December, 1944 Continued Stations Nimrod Dam Oden ••■ Okay Ozark Faragould Perryville Pine Bluff Pocahontas Portland Prescott Rogers Russell ville St. Charles Siarcy Sheridan Siloam Springs.. Escort Stuttgart Escort Stuttgart Evap.. Subiaco Texarkaua —* Turnpike Waldron Warren White Rock Wilson Wynne ) Maximum1 Minimumj MaximumI Minimum MaximtnnI Minimumj Maximum( Minimum Maximum( Minimum Maximum ■ ( Minimumj Maximum ■ i Minimum Maximum • ( Minimumi Maximum • I Minimumj Maximum • I Minimumj Maximum • I Minimumj Maximum • 1 Minimumj Maximum • ( Minimumj Maximum • ) Minimumj Maximum • I Minimumj Maximum • I Minimum( Maximum • ( Minimumj Maximum ■ ( Minimumj .Maximum • I Minimum,, ( Maximum I MinimumJ .Maximum ■ / Minimumj Maximum •■ i Minimum Maximum • / Minimum( Maximum •• I Minimum ij Maximum■• I Minimumr. Maximum* ) Minimuin

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Daily Kiver Stag-es for December, 1944 Stations Rivers Fort Smith….an Bureu.. . Danville Ozark Morrilton Dardauelle …Little EockIine Blul^…. Gilbert Black Rock…Huber SpringsOzarkBeachMo Cotter Calico Rock .BatesviUe … Newport (ieorgetown . Ues .rc Clarendon…St. Charles ..Glenwood …ArkadelpliiaBonghton … Camden Benton Index Fulton Big I.^ke OutletSt. Francis …St. Francis L.IMarked Tree . Parkin Madison Helena Arkansas City. ..Arkansas . do .Petit .lean., .Arkansas. do. … do. … do. … do. … . Buffalo …..Black….Little Red….White .. do…. do …. do … do do do do do Caddo .. .. Ouachita..Little Mo…Ouachita . Saline .. Red .. .do ….Francis.do…. do…. do…. do…. do…. Mississippi do…. 10 U 12 13 14 ist. 6.31 6.3| 6.3, 6.4i 6.56.01 fl.O 6.0 6.4 6.33.()i 3.pl 3.0l■2.31 2.31 2.1-0.61-0.5-0.64.3; 4.2l 4.2,1.7 1.9l 2.0l 1.91.7| 1.71 1.8l 2.0! 1.93.5 3.5! 3.5[ 3.51 3.51.1 l.ll 1.1 1.11 1-13.61 3.51 3.4 3.3i 3.2-0.21-0.2-0.2,I.9I 2.0 1.70.91 1.0!

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From Brussels Square a flyer takes a 45 minute taxi to the airport. Security and waiting is 90 minutes. The flight is 75 minutes. Heathrow Airport is quite a distance from Central london. A taxi is 40 minutes outside of rush hour traffic. The Heathrow Express will zip you into London in 25 minutes. Assuming only 15 minutes to navigate through the airport, the Heathrow Express, and 15 minutes more to the final London destination, total travel time is around 4 hours.

One test-study ultra-runner, Andrew Falk, is a perfect example of running through pain. After suffering a muscle injury, he tells WebMD he had to walk instead of run for five days, literally crying four to five hours on the first few days due to the pain. He says he could feel the pain decreasing each day and is currently injury-free.

The U.S. Under-20 Women’s National Team – competing in the ultimate Frisbee World Junior Ultimate Championships in Begleitagentur Heilbronn, Germany – played Australia in the third and fourth-place game on Saturday, Aug. 7.

Steiff is an international toy company known for its quality and premium prices. The company’s specialization of animal-themed toys came from its founder, Margarete Steiff. She began sewing elephant pin-cushions for friends, but noticed how they delighted children as play toys. Other stuffed animals transformed this famous German’s hobby into a company in the late 1800’s.

Secondly, choose an online reservation service you want to book over. Again, Google will assist you perfectly here. If you are searching for a hotel near Escort Stuttgart, Germany, just enter “hotel Escort in Escort Stuttgart” in your search engine. Note that you can also enter cities near to your destination. Often, room rates are lower than in the city you want to travel to. In our case, try to enter “hotel filderstadt”. You will be surprised how room rates vary.

The Signature Series started with Academy of New Church defeating Southborough St. Mark’s 65-41. Syracuse bound Rakeem Christmas and Villanova recruit Savon Goodman each scored 16 for new Church. New Church will face the Ulm Germany team in the Signature Series final on Wednesday. The Urspringschule team of Ulm pulled away in the fourth quarter to win 52-44 over Westchester Country Day. The game was tied 31-31 after the third quarter. Ike Nwamu led Country Day with 23 points in a losing cause and Kevin Bright scored 21 for the winning team.

Greg Barton was the first US Olympic gold medalist in the kayaking event in the 1988 games. At the time, he was also the only competitor to take home two gold medals for the event.

Before I visited the Edelweiss, I thought the town where it’s located was simply called Garmisch. Indeed, most people I’ve talked to tend to leave off the “Partenkirchen” part of the town’s name. I found out the reason for the town’s hyphenated moniker. Until 1935, Garmisch and Partenkirchen were separate communities. However, Garmisch-Partenkirchen hosted the 1936 Winter Olympic games. In anticipation of the Olympics, Adolf Hitler forced the two market towns to combine. Nowadays, most people refer to the area as simply Garmisch, but its official name is Garmisch-Partenkirchen.

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