[goh-tah] /ˈgoʊ tɑ/

a city in S Thuringia, in central Germany.
/ˈɡəʊθə; German ˈɡoːta/
a town in central Germany, in Thuringia on the N edge of the Thuringian forest: capital of Saxe-Coburg-Gotha (1826–1918); noted for the Almanach de Gotha (a record of the royal and noble houses of Europe, first published in 1764). Pop: 47 158 (2003 est)


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