Plaque

Heinrich Heine

Inscription

{Below two crossed laurel branches:}
LCC
Heinrich Heine, German poet and essayist (1799-1856) lived here in 1827.

Site: Heinrich Heine (1 memorial)

WC2, Craven Street, 32

Credit for this entry to: Bob Baker

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Heinrich Heine

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Heinrich Heine

German poet and essayist. Born Dusseldorf. Died Paris.

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