Saarland

/ˈsɑːland/

Definitions of Saarland

Saarland

noun

  1. a state in W Germany, in the Saar River valley. 991 sq. mi. (2569 sq. km). Capital: Saarbrücken.
  2. a state of W Germany: formed in 1919; under League of Nations administration until 1935; occupied by France (1945–57); part of West Germany (1957–90): contains rich coal deposits and is a major industrial region. Capital: Saarbrücken. Pop: 1 060 000 (2003 est). Area: 2567 sq km (991 sq miles)

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Saarland

proper noun

  1. A state of western Germany, on the border with France; capital, Saarbrücken. Rich in coal and iron ore and historically dominated by France, the area was administered by the League of Nations from the end of the First World War until 1935; it became the tenth German state in 1957.

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Saarland

geographical name

  1. state of western Germany coextensive with the Saar region; capital Saarbrücken area 991 square miles (2567 square kilometers ), population 999,623

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