A Tiene was a special container for transporting wine and fruit, used until shortly after the First World War in northern Germany.
A Tiene, sometimes also called Tine or Obsttiene, was a special container for transporting wine and fruit. These were used until shortly after the First World War, mostly in the Brandenburg city of Werder in northern Germany. Normally the wooden tubs were carried on people's backs to small boats and shipped on the Havel River to market stalls in Berlin.
Tiene may also refer to:
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