Duisburg

geographical name
Duis·​burg | \ ˈdü-əs-ˌbərg How to pronounce Duisburg (audio) , ˈdüz-ˌbərg, ˈdyüz-ˌbərg, German ˈdᵫs-ˌbu̇rk \
variants: or formerly Duisburg-Hamborn \ ˈdü-​əs-​ˌbərg-​häm-​ˈbȯrn How to pronounce Duisburg-Hamborn (audio) , ˈdüz-​ˌbərg-​ , ˈdyüz-​ˌbərg-​ , German ˈdᵫs-​ˌbu̇rk-​ \

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city in western Germany at the junction of the Rhine and Ruhr rivers population 488,468

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“Duisburg.” Merriam-Webster.com Dictionary, Merriam-Webster, https://www.merriam-webster.com/dictionary/Duisburg. Accessed 24 Oct. 2020.

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