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    Unter der Linden Grune

    Hi,

    Can anyone transalte this into English please. I've got "under the green .......somthing" but I don't know what Linden means. Tree perhaps?

    Many thanks

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    Hi NEB,

    Closest thing I can find for "Linden" is Lime ... but it is used together with other words, such as Lindenholz (limewood) or Lindenbaum (limetree). Gruen would be 'green', though.
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    Thanks Krummhorn

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