Lusatia

Lusatia

[loo-sey-shee-uh, -shuh]
noun
a region in E Germany and SW Poland, between the Elbe and Oder rivers.
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Lusatia (luːˈseɪʃɪə)
 
n
a region of central Europe, lying between the upper reaches of the Elbe and Oder Rivers: now mostly in E Germany, extending into SW Poland; inhabited chiefly by Sorbs

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lusatia

central European territory of the Sorbs (Lusatians, or Wends), called Sorben (or Wenden) by the Germans. Historic Lusatia was centred on the Neisse and upper Spree rivers, in what is now eastern Germany, between the present-day cities of Cottbus (north) and Dresden (south)

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