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Welte may refer to:
- Benedict Welte, a German Catholic exegete
- Gottlieb Welté, an etcher and landscape painter from Mainz, Germany
- Harald Welte, a programmer resident in Berlin, Germany
In other uses:
- Welte-Mignon, a manufacturer of orchestrions, organs and reproducing pianos
- Wetzer-Welte Kirchenlexikon, an encyclopedic work of Catholic biography, history, and theology
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