- a city in N Germany, in Lower Saxony: capital of the duchy of Brunswick-Lüneburg from 1235 to 1369; prominent Hanse town; saline springs. Pop: 70 614 (2003 est)
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We ought to have avoided this border altogether, and trekked straight down to Luneburg.The Luck of Gerard Ridgeley
Upon her head a small crown, reported to be made of some of the gold of the celebrated Luneburg table.
Luneburg took its name from the Slavonic Linones, whose language was spoken in a few villages as late as the last century.The Ethnology of Europe
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The next place was Luneburg and there the young musician had such success that a second concert was at once announced.The World's Great Men of Music