Gutenberg

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German Gutenberg

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Gutenberg

  1. A habitational surname​.
  2. A metonym for a person
    1. Johannes Gutenberg, a German printer who developed European movable type.
  3. A placename.
    1. A lunar crater.
    2. A locale in Germany
      1. A castle in Germany
      2. A village in Germany, renamed after the castle
      3. A municipality of Germany, named after the castle and village
  4. Ellipsis of Gutenberg Bible, the first mass production printing project of the Gutenberg press
  5. Ellipsis of Project Gutenberg, a digital library founded in 1971.

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Gutenberg

  1. A habitational surname​.
  2. A placename
    1. A locale in Germany
      1. A municipality of Germany, named after the castle and village
      2. A castle, formerly named Weitersheim, renamed when it was renovated in the 12th century to the modern name, in the modern eponymous municipality
      3. A village, formerly named Weitersheim, renamed after the castle in the 15th century, in the modern eponymous municipality
    2. A castle in Liechtenstein
    3. A village in Austria; Former name of Gutenberg an der Raabklamm.

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  • English: Gutenberg

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