Görlitz [gœr-lits] Examples noun

  1. a city in E Germany, on the Neisse River, at the Polish boundary.

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  • It is brought to life in vivid colors and a series of head-spinning set pieces filmed in the small German town of Gorlitz.

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  • Historical Examples of gorlitz

  • On the evening of the 8th of June, his Majesty reached Gorlitz.

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  • Priebus is some 40 miles north of Gorlitz, about 60 west of Glogau, south of Frankfurt 80.

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  • On the tenth day of the march they arrived at Gorlitz, where another piece of bad news reached Frederick.

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  • The next seal, in the order of time, is one of the year 1561, on a letter written to the council of Gorlitz at Breslau.

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  • This letter was found among the ancient records of Gorlitz by Dr. Anton, and is three times sealed with beautiful red wax373.

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  • British Dictionary definitions for gorlitz Görlitz noun

    1. a city in E Germany, in Saxony on the Neisse River: divided in 1945, the area on the E bank of the river becoming the Polish town of Zgorzelec . Pop: 58 518 (2003 est)

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