Encyclopædia Britannica, Ninth Edition/Angermünde

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ANGERMÜNDE, a town of Prussia, capital of a circle of the same name in the province of Brandenburg, situated on Lake Münde, 43 miles from Berlin, by the Berlin-Stettin railway. It contains about 6400 inhabitants, who are chiefly employed in the manufacture of woollen and linen goods.