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/German aˈʃafənbʊrk/
a city in Germany, on the River Main in Bavaria: seat of the Imperial Diet (1447); ceded to Bavaria in 1814. Pop: 68 607 (2003 est)
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  • We could see the trains which ran on the main line from Hanau to aschaffenburg.

    Three Times and Out Nellie L. McClung
  • Tell him he is to go on an expedition to aschaffenburg to-night, by order of the staff officer.

    The Prussian Terror Alexandre Dumas
  • We reached aschaffenburg at three in the morning, and were informed that we were to stop there for five hours.

    Wounded and a Prisoner of War Malcolm V. (Malcolm Vivian) Hay
  • They laid him in the stern of the boat on a mattress and blanket fetched from aschaffenburg.

    The Prussian Terror Alexandre Dumas
  • Then, according to their orders, they had rallied at the head of the aschaffenburg bridge.

    The Prussian Terror Alexandre Dumas
  • A reserve of eight hundred men had been lodged in aschaffenburg to defend the town if it were attacked.

    The Prussian Terror Alexandre Dumas
  • aschaffenburg, called in the middle ages Aschafaburg and also Askenburg, was originally a Roman settlement.

  • The later works of Vischer were a few reliefs and two important monuments at aschaffenburg and Wittenberg.

  • In utter ignorance of their danger the English marched on along the narrow plain by the river bank towards aschaffenburg.

    Bonnie Prince Charlie G. A. Henty
  • Further on, they saw the smoke of the burning houses in aschaffenburg.

    The Prussian Terror Alexandre Dumas

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