Person    | Male  Born 13/12/1797  Died 17/2/1856

Heinrich Heine

Categories: Literature, Poetry

Countries: France, Germany

German poet and essayist.
Born Dusseldorf. Died Paris.

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Heinrich Heine

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Heinrich Heine

{Below two crossed laurel branches:} LCC Heinrich Heine, German poet and es...

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