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HANDBOOK

FOR

NORTH GERMANY AND THE RHINE.

:: NOTICE.

In the preparation of this and the preceding Editions the Editor has been most materially aided by the communications of numerous obliging correspondents, many of them personally unknown to him, to whom he takes this opportunity of returning his acknowledgments. He begs, at the same time, to repeat his request that travellers who may in the use of the Handbook detect any faults or omissions which they can correct from personal knowledge, will have the kindness to mark them down on the spot, with the date when they are made, and communicate to him a notice of the same, favouring him at the same time with their names-addressed to the care of Mr. Murray, Albemarle Street. The Editor ventures to remind his correspondents that by such communications they are not merely furnishing the means of improving the Handbook, but are contributing to the benefit, information, and comfort of future travellers.

CAUTION TO TRAVELLERS.—The introduction into England of foreign pirated Editions of the works of British authors, in which the copyright subsists, is totally prohibited by Act of Parliament. Travellers should therefore bear' in mind that even a single copy is contraband, and is liable to seizure at the English Custom-house.

CAUTION TO INNKEEPERS AND OTHERS.—The Editor of the Handbooks has learned from various quarters that a person or persons have been extorting money from innkeepers, tradespeople, artists, and others, on the Continent, under pretext of procuring recommendations and favourable notices of them and their establishments in the Handbooks for Travellers. The Editor, therefore, thinks proper to warn all whom it may concern, that recommendations in the Handbooks are not to be obtained by purchase, and that the persons alluded to are not only unauthorised by him, but are totally unknown to him. All those, therefore, who put confidence in such promises, may rest assured that they will be defrauded of their money without attaining their object.

HANDBOOK

FOR

NORTH GERMANY

FROM THE BALTIC TO THE BLACK FOREST,

AND

THE RHINE

FROM HOLLAND TO BASLE.

INCLUDING

THE HARTZ, THÜRINGERWALD,
SAXON SWITZERLAND, RÜGEN, THE GIANT

MOUNTAINS,
TAUNUS, ODENWALD, ELSASS, AND LOTHRINGEN.

TWENTIETH EDITION, CORRECTED.

WITH MANY MAPS AND PLANS.'

LONDON:
JOHN MURRAY, ALBEMARLE STREET.
PARIS: GALIGNANI AND CO.; AND BOYVEAU.

LEIPZIG: BROCKHAUS.

1886.

The Right of Translation is reserved.

THE ENGLISH EDITIONS OF MURRAY'S HANDBOOKS MAY BE OBTAINED

OF THE FOLLOWING AGENTS. Dl068

Belgium, Holland, and Germany.
AIX-LA-

LEIPZIG . BROCKHAUS.-TWIETMEYER
MAYER.
CHAPELLE.

MANNHEIM

• BENDER.-LOFFLER. AMSTERDAM . MULLER.–KIRBERGER. METZ.

• ALCAN. ANTWERP. MERTENS.

MUNICH . . MANZ. — ACKERMANN. BADEN-BADEN MARX.

KAISER.
BERLIN

. ASHER.-MITSCHER & ROS- NÜRNBERG. SCHRAG.-ZEISER.
TELL.

PESTH.

• HARTLEBEN.-G.HECKEXAST. BRUSSELS . KIESSLING.

-OSTERLAMM.-HATI. CARLSRUHE. A. BIELEFELD.

PRAGUE

• CALVE. COLOGNE . GREVEN.-DUMONT.

ROTTERDAM • KRAMERS.-PETRI.-ROBBERS DRESDEN • BURDACH.-PIERSON.

STRASSBURG

TRÜBNER. FRANKFURT • JÜGEL.

STUTTGART. METZLER-XEFF. GRATZ . LEUSCHNER & LUBENSKY. TRIESTE

. COEX. - SCHIMPFF THE HAGUE . NIJHOFF.

VIENNA

• GEROLD.-BRAUMULLER. HAMBURG . MAUKE SOHNE.

WIESBADEN. KREIDEL. HEIDELBERG . MOHR.

Switzerland. BÂLE . GEORG.AMBERGER,

NEUCHATEL

• GERSTER, BERNE

• DALP.-JENT & REINERT. SCHAFFHAUSEN . HURTER. COIRE . GRUBENMANN.

SOLEURE

• JENT. CONSTANCE. . MECK.

ST. GALLEN,

HUBER. GENEVA . SANDOZ.-H. GEORG.

ZURICH

. ORELL FUESSLI & co.-MEYER LAUSANNE : • ROUSSY.

& ZELLER. LEUTHOLD. LUCERNE . KAISER.

Italy. BOLOGNA • ZANICHELLI.

| PARMA

• ZANGHIERI. FLORENCE • LOESCHER. I

PISA

• NISTRI.-JOS. VANNUCCIII. GENOA . GRONDONA, ANTOINE PERUGIA

• VINCENZ.-BARTELLI. BEUE.

ROME

• SPITHÖVER. -- PIALE. - MOLEGHORN • MAZZAJOLI.

NALDINI.-LOESCHER. LUCCA • BARON.

SIENA.

ONORATO PORRI. MANTUA • NEGRETTI.

TURIN.

DIAGGI.-L. BEUF.-BOCCA MILAN • SACCHI.-HOEPLI.

FRÈRES. LOESCHER. MODENA VINCENZI & ROSSI.

BALFOUR. NAPLES . BRITISH LIBRARY (DORANT. VENICE

• ONGANIA. - MEINENS. -HOEPLI.-FURCHHEIM.

QUERCI.
DALERMO . . PEDONE, LAURIEL & co.. VERONA . . MÜNSTER.–MEINERS.

France.
AMIENS
• CARON.

LYONS

• H. GEORG.-MÉRA. ANGERS • BARASSE.

MARSEILLES. . CAMOIN FRÈRES.-MEUNIER. AVIGNON . CLEMENT ST. JUST.

NANTES . . PETIPAS. -POIRIER LEGROS. AVRANCHES. • ANFRAY.

-ANDRÉ. BORDEAUX. CHAUMAS. - MÜLLER.-SAU- NICE . . BARBERY FRÈRES.-JOUGLA. VAT.FERET.

-GALIGNANI. BOULOGNE . MERRIDEW.

ORLEANS

. GATINEAU.-PESTI.
CAEN
BOISARD. — IEGOST. — CLE PARIS.

GALIGNANI.-BOTVEAU.
RISSE.

PAU .

LAFON. CALAIS • RIGAUX CAUX.

RHEIMS

• BRISSART BINET.-GEOFFROY CANNES • ROBAUDY.

-GIRET. CHERBOURG. . LECOUFFLET.

ROUEN

• LEBRUMENT.--ILALLARD. DIEPPE . MARAIS.

ST. ETIENNE. . DELARUE,
DINANT
COSTE.

ST. MALO

• HUE. DOVAI · JACQUART.-LEMÅLE.

ST. QUENTIN

• DOLOY. GRENOBLE • VELLOT ET COMP.

TOULON

MONGE ET VILIAMUS.
HAVRE

. BOURDIGNOX. - FOUCHER. TOULOUSE . GIMET ET COTELLE
BUYS.

TOURS

. GEORGET. LILLE . BEGHIN.

TROYES

. LALOY.-DUFEY ROBERT.

Spain and Portugal.
GIBRALTAR
ROWSWELL.

MADRID . DURAN.-BAILLIÈRE.
LISBON
LEWTAS.

MALAGA . DE MOYA.
Russia, Sweden, Denmark, and Norway.
BT. PETERSBURG. WATKINS.-WOLFF.

ODESSA

• CAMOIN. LOSCOW . . GAUTIER. – DEUBNER. - CHRISTIANIA . CAMMERMEYER.-- BENNETT. LANG.

| STOCKHOLM. . SAMSON & WALLIX.-FRITZE. Malta. Ionian Islands.

Constantinople.
CRITIEN.-WATSON-CALLEJA, CORFU . J. W. TAYLOR.

S. H. WEISS.
Greece.

At Cairo.
ATHENS-KARL WILBERG.

A. HANNA & co.
India

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The Handbook for North Germany forms a continuation of that for Belgium and Holland, and includes the countries from the Baltio to the Black Forest; the Rhine from Holland to Basle, the Isle of Rügen, the Harz Mountains, Thüringerwald, the Giant Mountains, Saxon Switzerland, Taunus Mountains, Brunen of Nassau, Oldenwald, Rhenish Bavaria, Baden, &c.

Every endeavour has been made to bring down the information contained in this edition of the Handbook to the latest date. It has undergone a complete revision throughout, and the Editor has made it his special care to consult the interest of the traveller in overy respect; and, by eliminating those things that are not of primary importance, and by inserting fresh information with the greatest conciseness and precision, to restrict the book to the smallest dimensions, and to make it as easy as possible of reference.

There can, however, be no doubt that errors and imperfections still remain. The Editor therefore continues to invite travellers to enable him to correct them from their own personal experience.

A considerable number of new maps and plans have been prepared for this edition, and it is hoped that they will greatly add to the usefulness of the book.

London, 1886.

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