- a city in SE Germany, in Bavaria: Trausnitz castle (13th century); manufacturing centre for machinery and chemicals. Pop: 60 282 (2003 est)
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Landshut is done; Fouquet and his valiant 13,000 are trodden out there.History of Friedrich II. of Prussia, Vol. XX. (of XXI.)
There he saw two names, Landshut and Feldberg, that struck him as suggestive.The Magnificent Montez
Now, whatever it cost, she must go to Landshut and hear some tidings of him.
There was no lack of messengers going to Landshut, and the answer was not delayed.
And suppose she should meet the Emperor Charles in Landshut, and be permitted to speak to him?