Eger

Eger (ˈɛɡɛr listen; Erlau; Eğri; Agria; Jagier; Jáger; Jager; Jager; Jegar/Јегар or Jegra/Јегра; Jegar or Jegra) is the county seat of Heves, and the second largest city in Northern Hungary (after Miskolc). Eger is best known for its castle, thermal baths, historic buildings (including the northernmost Turkish minaret), dishes and ...
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Eger

• (a.) Alt. of Egre • (n.) An impetuous flood; a bore. See Eagre.
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Eger

[Elbe] Eger (Elbe) is a river of Bavaria, Germany. ...
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Eger

[Wörnitz] Eger is a river of Baden-Württemberg, Germany. ...
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Eger

E'ger noun An impetuous flood; a bore. See Eagre .
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Eger

city of county status and seat of Heves megye (county), northern Hungary. It lies in the valley of the Eger River, which is a tributary of the Tisza, ... [1 related articles]
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Eger

Eger (e'ger) , Ger. Erlau, city (1991 est. pop. 62,474), NE Hungary, on the Eger River. It is the commercial center of a wine-producing region and has food- and tobacco-processing plants. Eger is a center for tourists drawn by the nearby mineral springs and the Mátra Mts. One of the first...
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Eger

Eger, Czech Republic: see Cheb.
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Eger

The vineyard is located in the northeast Hungary near the border with Slovakia, Northeast of it lies Tokaj-Hegyalja, the area of ​​the Tokay, It has a 1,000-year history of winegrowing. There was a brief interruption by the almost 100-year-old Turkish occupation from the year 1596. Eger is named after the city of the same name (Erlau) at the fo...
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