Agram



German name of .
Historical Examples

Two meteoric masses, consisting almost wholly of iron, fell near Agram, the capital of Croatia.
Meteoric astronomy: Daniel Kirkwood

A new idea of her captor was being born in her, of a creature who differed from the courteous German official of Vienna and Agram.
The Secret Witness George Gibbs

Every morning some one of Count Michl’s men went to Agram and brought back letters and telegrams.
The Secret of the Silver Car Wyndham Martyn

I was to start at daybreak for Agram, where some business would detain me a couple of days.
That Boy Of Norcott’s Charles James Lever

He was permitted to return to Croatia and to resume his government at Agram.
A History of the Nineteenth Century, Year by Year Edwin Emerson

At Agram I dismissed my guide, and so ends my trip through these unfrequented parts.
Through Bosnia and Herzegovina With a Paint Brush Mrs. E. R. Whitwell

Even what was sent to Agram was sealed so that the post master alone or his assistant could unlock the bag.
The Secret of the Silver Car Wyndham Martyn

At Agram a stele is preserved, found at Salona, which is of the shape of Coptic altars.
The Shores of the Adriatic F. Hamilton Jackson

Especially valuable are the Croatian oak-forests, near Agram and Sissek.
Encyclopaedia Britannica, 11th Edition, Volume 7, Slice 6 Various

At Agram, the capital of Croatia, the two factions fought on the streets.
A History of the Nineteenth Century, Year by Year Edwin Emerson

noun
the German name for Zagreb

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