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Eilenburg, Marketplace
Germany
From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Eilenburg is a town in Germany. It lies in the district of Nordsachsen in the Free State of Saxony, approximately 20 km northeast of the city of Leipzig. Eilenburg Castle was first mentioned on 29 July 961 in a document by Otto I. as civitas Ilburg. The name has Slavic origin and means town with clay deposits. A settlement of tradespeople probably developed from the 11th century in the vicinity of the castle. In the 16th century Eilenburg was central to several events of the Protestant Reformation. Even George, Duke of Saxony, called this town a nominated place ("namhaftigen Ort"). Martin Luther was in Eilenburg seven times and called it a blessed lard pit ("gesegnete Schmalzgrube").
Copyright: Frank Ellmerich
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Taken: 09/11/2015
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Tags: germany; saxony; eilenburg; leipzig; river; elbe; mulde; martin; luther; marketplace; place
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