Trotsky, Stalin, and Hitler were all in Vienna in 1913, so maybe they did pass within 10 feet of each other walking down graben.
Stafforth escorted Wilhelmine to his coach, which waited to convey her to the house in the graben.
It is no moat, no graben, that is now being dug, but a grave—a Grab.
The beautiful “graben” and Horse-market once more excited my admiration.
"That old tree with the iron hoop around it, at the corner of the graben," replied her companion.
The depression is probably a “graben” or trough formed by faulting.
Lately up have I them graben, and likewise his tutelar Sphynx have found, and have even to give signs of animation compelled.'
Cannon were in position on the Stephan's Platz and the graben, and the gunners stood ready, as if on parade.
The shoemaker's shop is in the "Stadt" in the Spiegelgasse, in front when coming from the graben.
The district, too, was less formidable than the neighborhood of the Karntnerstrasse and the graben.