Guttenberg, Iowa

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Dam and Lock No.10 at Guttenberg

Guttenberg is a city of Iowa in the United States built on the banks of the Mississippi River.[1] The city was named after Johannes Gutenberg,[2] the man who invented printing. In 2003 there were 1950 people living in Guttenberg.[2] It was an important port for paddle steamers on the river.[2]

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