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  1. 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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Examples from the Web for landshut

Historical Examples of landshut

  • Landshut is done; Fouquet and his valiant 13,000 are trodden out there.

    History of Friedrich II. of Prussia, Vol. XX. (of XXI.)

    Thomas Carlyle

  • There he saw two names, Landshut and Feldberg, that struck him as suggestive.

  • There was no lack of messengers going to Landshut, and the answer was not delayed.

  • Now, whatever it cost, she must go to Landshut and hear some tidings of him.

  • And suppose she should meet the Emperor Charles in Landshut, and be permitted to speak to him?