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Unter den Linden

/German ˈʊntər deːn ˈlɪndən/
noun
1.
the main street of Berlin, extending to the Brandenburg Gate
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  • He was sitting on a bench in unter den linden in Berlin, and he was blind.

    The Road to Damascus August Strindberg
  • I was the head waiter in a restaurant on the unter den linden.

    The Hosts of the Air Joseph A. Altsheler
  • At the beginning of the war he was rushed past me in the unter den linden in Berlin.

    The Iron Ration George Abel Schreiner
  • Everybody streamed up unter den linden past the palace, their faces full of joy.

  • unter den linden, in expectation of the Kaiser's return, was overfilled with excited, waiting throngs.

    What Germany Thinks Thomas F. A. Smith

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