- a city in N Germany, on the Aller River in Lower Saxony: from 1378 to 1705 the residence of the Dukes of Brunswick-Lüneburg. Pop: 71 319 (2003 est)
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It was written from the prison of Celle, where he had been confined for eight years.The Works of Whittier, Volume VI (of VII)
John Greenleaf Whittier
There are also famous libraries at Gotha, Wolfenbttel and Celle.
From thence I proceeded in a stage-carriage to Celle, about sixty-five miles.Visit to Iceland
Je vous adresse galement une de nos plus belles cartes autographies, celle du dpartement de la Seine-Infrieure.
A court of appeal for the whole province sits at Celle, and there are eight superior courts.