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design created

and decorating the Grille Room, and turning the second floor into a theater. Eyre designed most of the furniture in the Grille Room; three of the original tables still exist and will be returned to the Clubhouse upon its reopening. Eyre also oversaw the second major change. The building was enlarged in 1903 by adding 10 feet to the front creating the façade that still exists there today. Eyre’s original drawing of the front design, created in 1902, is shown to the right. Eyre’s design has endured


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membership based

Rekordmeisters language German publisher Die Werkstatt year 2003 pages 581 isbn 3-89533-426-X Bayern is a membership-based club with 162,187 members. Commons:Category:Bayern WikiPedia:Bavaria Dmoz:Regional Europe Germany States Bavaria


academic art

and peculiarities of the people in the Austrian and Bavarian Alps, and the mediterranean regions of the former Austro-Hungarian Empire (mainly Croatia and Bosnia (Bosnia and Herzegovina)). He showed himself unable to accept the academic (Academic art) guidelines imposed by the Bavarian and Romanian schools. Drăguţ ''et al.'', p.173 The following year, he left for Paris, where he studied at the Académie Julian, and, although taught by the academic


buildings work

, California, United States. * November 17 - The modern Suez Canal opens. * Construction of Neuschwanstein in Bavaria, designed by Christian Jank, is begun. * The Rotes Rathaus in Berlin, Germany is completed. Buildings * The Linderhof in Bavaria, designed by Georg Dollman is completed. * St. Patrick's Cathedral (St. Patrick's Cathedral, New York) in New York, United States is dedicated. Buildings * Work begins on the Herrenchiemsee in Bavaria, designed by Georg Dollman. * The Semper Oper (Semperoper) in Dresden, designed by Gottfried Semper, is completed. A man who definitely deserves a mention in the history of Bushey was Hubert Herkomer, a poor immigrant from Bavaria who arrived in Bushey in 1874, and ended life in 1914 as Sir Hubert von Herkomer (Hubert von Herkomer) RA (Royal Academy) CVO (Royal Victorian Order). Herkomer had visited a friend who lived in Bushey in 1873, fell in love with the nearby Bushey village, then rented a pair of cottages and a studio near Melbourne Road. With his artistic talents, he founded Herkomer’s Art School at Bushey in 1883, which, in its 21 year life, attracted some 500 students to the area, some of whom stayed after establishing their own studios. Herkomer is sometimes referred to as 'having founded' Bushey, giving it an artistic reputation and leaving us with the many paintings by his pupils of past life in the town, a lot of which are on display in the Bushey Museum. During his life Bushey became the world centre for the peculiarly British art of watercolour. A street, Herkomer Road, is named in his honour. Twin town Bushey has been twinned with German town Landsberg am Lech in Bavaria (Southern Germany) for its historical link. To Landsberg belonged the native village, Waal, of artist ''Herkomer'' detailed above. The towns retain links for mayoral duties and school exchange trips. Life Jean d'Ormesson was born in Paris and grew up in Bavaria. His father was André Lefèvre, Marquis of Ormesson, French ambassador to Brazil. Wladimir d'Ormesson (1888-1973), ambassador to the Vatican, was his uncle. location_country location Augsburg, Bavaria, Germany locations Biography Steffani was born at Castelfranco Veneto. At a very early age he was admitted as a chorister at San Marco, Venice. In 1667 the beauty of his voice attracted the attention of Count Georg Ignaz von Tattenbach, by whom he was taken to Munich, where his education was completed at the expense of Ferdinand Maria, Elector (Prince-elector) of Bavaria, who appointed him ''Churfürstlicher Kammer- und Hofmusikus'' and granted him a liberal salary. After receiving instruction from Johann Kaspar Kerll, in whose charge he lived, he was sent in 1673 to study in Rome, where Ercole Bernabei was his master, and among other works he composed six motets, the original manuscripts of which are now in the Fitzwilliam Museum at Cambridge. Commons:Category:Bayern WikiPedia:Bavaria Dmoz:Regional Europe Germany States Bavaria


poor agricultural

by France during the Napoleonic Wars. The Sudetenland possessed huge chemical works and lignite mines, as well as textile, china, and glass factories. The border area of Bohemia was mainly inhabited by Germans. The Český Les (Bohemian Forest) extended along the Bavarian frontier to the poor agricultural areas of southern Bohemia. Moravia contained patches of "locked" German territory to the north and south. More characteristic were the German "language islands" - towns inhabited by important German minorities and surrounded by Czechs. Extreme German nationalism was never typical of this area. The Sudetenland possessed huge chemical works and lignite mines, as well as textile, china, and glass factories. To the west, a triangle of historic ethnic German settlement surrounding the town Cheb (''Eger'' in German) was most active in pan-German nationalism. The Bohemian Forest extended along the Bavarian frontier to the poor agricultural areas of southern Bohemia. '''Weißenburg in Bayern''' (formerly also ''Weißenburg im Nordgau (March of the Nordgau)'') is a town (Town#Germany) in Bavaria, Germany. It is the capital of the district Weißenburg-Gunzenhausen. As of 2010, its population was 17,513. birth_place Groß Stein, Province of Silesia, German Empire death_place Winkl am Chiemsee (Chiemsee), Bavaria, Germany nickname ''Der Panzergraf'' The '''Diocese of Eichstätt''' is a diocese of the Catholic Church in Bavaria. Its seat is Eichstätt, and it is subordinate to the archbishop of Bamberg. The diocese was erected in 745; from the Middle Ages until 1805, it was a state of the Holy Roman Empire. The current Bishop of Eichstätt is Dr. Gregor Maria Hanke, OSB; formerly the Abbot of the Benedictine Abbey of Plankstetten, he was named to the See by Pope Benedict XVI on 14 October 2006, and he was consecrated at the Cathedral of Eichstätt on 2 December 2006. The diocese covers an area of 6,025 km², with 48,9 % (as per 31 Dez. 2006) just under half of the population is catholic. Part of the second construction phase of the New Town Hall (New Town Hall, Munich), it dates from 1908. Every day at 11 a.m. (as well as 12 p.m. and 5 p.m. in summer) it chimes and re-enacts two stories from the 16th century to the amusement of mass crowds of tourists and locals. It consists of 43 bells and 32 life-sized figures. The top half of the Glockenspiel tells the story of the marriage of the local Duke Wilhelm V (William V, Duke of Bavaria) (who also founded the world famous Hofbräuhaus) to Renata of Lorraine. In honour of the happy couple there is a joust with life-sized knights on horseback representing Bavaria (in white and blue) and Lothringen (in red and white). The Bavarian knight wins every time of course. Part of the second construction phase of the New Town Hall (New Town Hall, Munich), it dates from 1908. Every day at 11 a.m. (as well as 12 p.m. and 5 p.m. in summer) it chimes and re-enacts two stories from the 16th century to the amusement of mass crowds of tourists and locals. It consists of 43 bells and 32 life-sized figures. The top half of the Glockenspiel tells the story of the marriage of the local Duke Wilhelm V (William V, Duke of Bavaria) (who also founded the world famous Hofbräuhaus) to Renata of Lorraine. In honour of the happy couple there is a joust with life-sized knights on horseback representing Bavaria (in white and blue) and Lothringen (in red and white). The Bavarian knight wins every time of course. However, when Leo XII was elected pope in 1823, the growth of the Society was checked. Leo had been misinformed as to the work of the Society, and was thus unfavourably inclined towards its mission. He also objected to the proposed name, ‘Congregation of the Most Precious Blood’, seeing it as something of a novelty. Eventually, the Society was cleared of all accusations and the name was justified by reference to sacred Scripture (Bible). When Gaspare died, as the result of cholera in 1837, the Society had some 200 members and the Rule was given approval in 1841. Generalate website: Our History Things took an even more positive turn under one of Gaspare’s successors, Giovanni Merlini. Merlini was a native of Spoleto and a friend of Pius IX, who had been elected in 1846, and whose exile at Gaeta he had shared when Pius fled from the Roman Republic (Roman Republic (1849)) in November 1848. Through the influence of the Pius IX, several new houses were opened in Italy, and one each in Alsace and Bavaria. The mother-house was established at the Church of Santa Maria in Trivio, Rome. In the 1860s the Republican Government suppressed some twenty-five houses of the Society, including the Maria in Trivio property and confiscated the revenues of the seminary at Albano. The Kulturkampf (1871–1878), enacted by the Prime Minister of Prussia Otto von Bismarck against the Catholic Church, closed the houses in Alsace and in several German-speaking (German language in Europe) states. The '''Scheckenbachmühle''' is a former watermill on the Eherieder Mühlbach between Kaltensondheim and the city of Kitzingen, district of Kitzingen, Lower Franconia, Bavaria, Germany. '''Buchbrunn''' is a municipality (Municipalities of Germany) in the district of Kitzingen (Kitzingen (district)), Lower Franconia, Bavaria, Germany. It's placed in the Bayrische Planungsregion 2. History History After the Crimean War, the Ottoman authorities (Ottoman Empire) concluded that a railway connecting Europe with Istanbul was necessary. The first contract was signed with Labro, a British (United Kingdom of Great Britain and Ireland) member of parliament, in January 1857. The contract was cancelled three months later because Labro was unable to provide the investment capital required. Similar second and third contracts signed with British and Belgian entrepreneurs in 1860 and 1868 ended with the same result. On April 17, 1869, the concession for the "Rumeli Railroad" was awarded to Baron Maurice de Hirsch (Moritz Freiherr Hirsch auf Gereuth), a Bavaria-born banker from Belgium. The project foresaw a route from Istanbul via Edirne, Plovdiv and Sarajevo to the shore of the Sava River. The construction of the first Commons:Category:Bayern WikiPedia:Bavaria Dmoz:Regional Europe Germany States Bavaria


style+creation

Geschichte und Bibliographie des Brauwesens E.V. (GGB), (2003) 1, 128-146. Style Creation Pilsner beer is generally regarded as different from a lager, but is actually a style of lager. It uses a partially malted barley, giving it a lighter flavor, with no roasted or smoked flavor that was commonly found in Germany at the time. The first pilsner was created using saaz hops and credited to Bavarian brewer Josef Groll.


singing leading

career singing leading tenor roles in opera seria at Modena, Venice, Florence, Pisa and Rome. He created roles in operas by J. C. Bach, Giuseppe Sarti, Pietro Guglielmi, Antonio Sacchini, Ferdinando Bertoni and others. The arias they wrote for his voice tended to be moderate in tempo and often were written in B major. Interestingly, many of the composers orchestrated (orchestration) his arias with obbligato clarinets and expressive


brilliant red

''''' ( ) is a 1976 film directed and produced by Werner Herzog, set in 18th century Bavaria. The film was written by Herzog, based partly on a story by Herbert Achternbusch. The main character is "Hias," based on the legendary Bavarian prophet Mühlhiasl. Plot synopsis The setting is an 18th century Bavarian town with a glassblowing factory which produces a brilliant red ruby glass (Cranberry glass). When the master glass

Bavaria

thumb Bavarian church with Alps in the background (File:Germany bavaria alps-church.jpg) Some features of the Bavarian culture and mentality are remarkably distinct from the rest of Germany. Noteworthy differences (especially in rural areas, less significant in the major cities) can be found with respect to:

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