Goslar

noun
  1. a city in N central Germany, in Lower Saxony: imperial palace and other medieval buildings, silver mines. Pop: 43 727 (2003 est)
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Historical Examples of goslar

  • In the old tenth-century city of Goslar, Caldecott's pencil was never at rest.

    Randolph Caldecott

    Henry Blackburn

  • Thus the mines at Goslar are said to have been found in the following way.

    De Re Metallica

    Georgius Agricola

  • Agricola places the discovery of Goslar in the Hartz at prior to 936.

    De Re Metallica

    Georgius Agricola

  • Josian looked back at the gray pointed roofs and towers of Goslar.

  • To continue the argument to-day we could add about 360 years more of life to the mines of Goslar and Freiberg.

    De Re Metallica

    Georgius Agricola