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Rudolstadt

(ro͞o`dôlshtät'), city (1994 pop. 29,536), Thuringia, E central Germany, on the Thuringian Saale River. Manufactures include china, chemicals, and metal goods. It is also a tourist resort. Founded by A.D. 800, Rudolstadt was (1574–1918) the seat of the rulers of Schwarzburg-Rudolstadt. The Heidecksburg Palace, rebuilt in 1735, is now a museum.

Rudolstadt

 

a city in the German Democratic Republic, on the Saale River, in the district of Gera. Population, 31,600 (1973). It is a railroad junction. Industries include the manufacture of man-made fiber, porcelain, vacuum tubes, metal products, musical instruments, and toys.

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