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Re: Klinkenberg-spelled with K instead of G
Posted by: Uwe Klingenberg, Meissen /Saxony Date: September 25, 2001 at 11:45:58
In Reply to: Re: Klinkenberg-spelled with K instead of G by Carsten Johnson of 151

Hello Carsten,

Itzehoe is a town and a district-name around it
in north-west direction of Hamburg. The area of
district adjoins to Elbe-river, but the town is
inland.
Ploen is a town, a lake (Ploener See) and a
district-name around it. Position is north-east of
Hamburg between the cities Kiel and Luebeck.

Bell castle, then he unterstood Klingenburg (with u),
may be ...berg and ...burg sounds similary if spoken
English.
In relation to Klingenberg the Name Klingenburg is
seldom in Germany.

Regards,
Uwe


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