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/ ˈvɑrtˌbʊərk /
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a castle in E Germany, in Thuringia, near Eisenach: Luther translated the New Testament here 1521–22.
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How to use Wartburg in a sentence
The inmates of the Wartburg were only to know the prisoner under the name of Chevalier Georges.History of the Reformation in the Sixteenth Century, Vol 2|J. H. Merle D'Aubign
Liszt, also, wrote an oratorio on St. Elizabeth as his tribute to the Wartburg.
The Wartburg is on a very high hill, and the views from it are superb.
In the Wartburg he completed the translation of the New Testament, with a spirit which to this day has not been excelled.The Life of Philip Melanchthon|Karl Friedrich Ledderhose
This is a charming little story of a child whose father was caretaker of the great castle of the Wartburg.Mary Ware in Texas|Annie F. Johnston
British Dictionary definitions for Wartburg
/ (German ˈvartbʊrk) /
a medieval castle in central Germany, in Thuringia southwest of Eisenach: residence of Luther (1521–22) when he began his German translation of the New Testament
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