Bergisch-Gladbach

Bergisch-Gladbach

(bĕr`gĭsh-glät`bäkh'), city (1994 pop. 104,990), North Rhine–Westphalia, W Germany; chartered 1856. Manufactures of this industrial city include paper, machinery, electrical goods, wool, and pharmaceuticals, and iron is smelted.
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