Linz definition by Webster's New World
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city in N Austria, on the Danube: pop. 203,000
Linz definition by American Heritage Dictionary
A city of northern Austria on the Danube River west of Vienna. Originally a Roman settlement, it was a provincial capital of the Holy Roman Empire in the late 15th century. Population: 189,000.