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Wilhelmstrasse

[ vil-helm-shtrah-suh ]
/ ˈvɪl hɛlmˌʃtrɑ sə /
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noun
a street in Berlin, Germany: location of the German foreign office and other government buildings until 1945.
(formerly) the foreign office and policies of the German government.
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Wilhelmstrasse
/ (German ˈvɪlhɛlmʃtraːsə) /

noun
a street in the centre of Berlin, where the German foreign office and other government buildings were situated until 1945
Germany's ministry of foreign affairs until 1945
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