Mrs. Toymaker told them about the famous canary birds raised in the Harz Mountains.
In this ancient sea the Harz Mountains formed a rocky island.
Again, at a village near Quedlinburg, in the Harz Mountains, it was resolved to put a herd of sick swine through the need-fire.
One who should visit the Harz Mountains would see—might see, rather his own colossal image shape itself on the morning mist.
What had happened on that afternoon in the Harz Mountains I could not at all imagine.
The whole of Hanover dips from the Harz Mountains to the north, and the rivers consequently flow in that direction.
Yet are there right noble kinds likewise to be found in the Harz Mountains, nigh to their native country.
Modern ropeways worked with wire ropes date from about 1860, when a ropeway was erected in the Harz Mountains.
Hercynian, her-sin′i-an, adj. of or pertaining to the forest-covered mountain region of northern Germany—apart the Harz Mountains.
The drawings, both in 1874 and in 1878, mark a strong artistic advance upon similar work in the Harz Mountains.