Lunenburg

Lunenburg was the form customary in 18th-century English for Lüneburg, the city and region in Germany. It therefore occurs in several placenames in North America.

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Lunenburg Historic District
... Lunenburg Historic District is a historic district on Leominster Rd ... and Lancaster Avenue in Lunenburg, Massachusetts 01462 ...
Allan Moreash
... He represented Lunenburg County in the Nova Scotia House of Assembly from 1896 to 1897 as a Liberal member ... Moreash was mayor of Lunenburg from 1907 to 1908 ... He died in Lunenburg at the age of 71 ...
Sebastian Zouberbuhler
... Believed to have been born in Switzerland, he represented Lunenburg township in the Nova Scotia House of Assembly from 1759 to 1763 ... John Creighton, he was sent by Governor Peregrine Thomas Hopson to Lunenburg ... He died, probably of gout, in Lunenburg in 1773 ...
Lunenburg, Virginia
... Lunenburg is the county seat of Lunenburg County, Virginia, United States, and a (CDP) census-designated place ... The community is also known as Lunenburg Courthouse or by an alternative spelling, Lunenburg Court House ...
Lunenburg Opera House
... The Lunenburg Opera House is a landmark located within the boundaries of the UNESCO World Heritage town of Lunenburg, Nova Scotia, Canada. 20 November 1907) The ingenuity of Lunenburg’s shipbuilders and craftsmen who built the opera house is evidenced by the architectural features that enhance both the acoustics and aesthetics of the building ... The Lunenburg Opera House was used as a venue for vaudeville, music and touring productions ...