Bavaria

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seasonings. An optional amount of onions, garlic, horseradish, cloves, ground cumin or caraway seeds may be used and some cream as well. The cheeses and spices are mixed together into a smooth mass. It is usually eaten spread on bread or pretzels. ''Obatzda'' is a classic example of Bavarian ''biergarten (Beer garden)'' food. Early life Lee was born in Augsburg, Bavaria, West Germany, the daughter of an artist mother and architect father. ref>


conservative public

;Marshall Dill, Jr., ''Germany: A Modern History'' p. 105. She tried to launch liberal reforms using a Protestant prime minister, which outraged the Catholic conservatives of Bavaria. On February 9, the conservative public of Bavaria came out onto the streets in protest. This conservative protest on February 9, 1848 was the first demonstration in that revolutionary year of 1848. However this was an exception among the wave of liberal protests in 1848. The conservatives merely wanted


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the 1920s, the most liberal years of Soviet rule, she was a professor at the Kiev Institutes of Geography, Archeology, and Art, and a Research Associate at the All-Ukrainian Academy of Sciences (VUAN). She witnessed, but survived the Joseph Stalin purges of the 1930s and was a member of the reorganized and Sovietized academy from 1937 to 1941. In 1940, she received her doctorate and became a professor at Kiev University. During the German occupation, she directed the Kiev Central Archive of Old


educational books

on the Saxons and other Germanic tribes. Legends Some traditions credit St Boniface with the invention of the Christmas tree. The ''vitae'' mention nothing of the sort. The myth, however, is found on a BBC-Devon website, in an account which places Geismar in Bavaria, "Devon Myths and Legends." and in a number of educational books, including ''St. Boniface and the Little Fir Tree'', Melmoth, Jenny and Val Hayward (1999). ''St. Boniface

children's educational books and games. Owing to political unrest in mid-19th-century Germany, many Bavarian printers emigrated to the United Kingdom and the United States, and Germany's monopoly on chromolithographic printing dissipated. Posselt is respected in the Sudeten German community and in his home state of Bavaria. The conservative (Conservatism) Bavarian government has often supported the Sudeten German community, and was among those demanding that the Czech Republic should repeal


dance stage

Millowitsch , Erika Wackernagel), who they mistakenly think are relatives but who serve them dinner anyhow, not knowing each other's languages. Clark manages to turn a lively thigh-slapping Bavarian folk dance stage performance, into an all-out street brawl, after which he, fleeing hastily, gets their Citroën DS stuck in a too-narrow medieval archway after knocking down several street vendors' stands. *Ordensburg Vogelsang in North Rhine-Westphalia *Ordensburg Sonthofen in Bavaria, Allgäu, built 1934 and was used by Germany's Bundeswehr until end of 2007. *Ordensburg Krössinsee in Pomerania Jeremias Drexel was born in Augsburg and was raised as Lutheran. However, he was converted to Catholicism in his youth and educated by the Jesuits before entering the Jesuit Order. He taught the Jesuit seminarians at Dillingen (University of Dillingen) as professor of rhetoric, and then for 23 years he was a court preacher to Maximilian I, the prince-elector of Bavaria in the Holy Roman Empire. It is said that his voice was strong enough to be heard in every corner of the church and that his sermons were such that an hour would seem like a few minutes. During this period he accompanied Maximilian on his Bohemian campaign (Thirty Years' War). The '''Archdiocese of Bamberg''' (lat. ''Archidioecesis Bambergensis'') is a diocese of the Roman Catholic Church in Bavaria and is one of 27 Roman Catholic dioceses in Germany. About a third 2006_Kirchenprovinzen.xls (actually 38,1 % in 2006) of the population is Catholic. With 15.6% this diocese has one of higher (relative) numbers of worshippers on Sunday in Germany. It comprises the majority of the administrative regions of Upper Franconia and Middle Franconia, as well as a small part of Lower Franconia and the Upper Palatinate. Its seat is Bamberg. The dioceses of Speyer (Roman Catholic Diocese of Speyer), Eichstätt (Roman Catholic Diocese of Eichstätt), and Würzburg (Roman Catholic Diocese of Würzburg) are subordinate to it. The Diocese was founded in 1007 out of parts of the dioceses of Eichstätt and Würzburg. In 1817, the diocese was raised to an archdiocese. At the Peace of Westphalia (1648), the bishops recovered their possessions; but these were overrun by the French revolutionary armies, and in 1802 annexed to Bavaria. From 1808 to 1817 the diocese was vacant; but by the Bavarian Concordat of the latter year it was made an archbishopric, with Würzburg, Speyer (Diocese of Speyer), and Eichstädt (Diocese of Eichstätt) as suffragan sees. Early life Groener was born in Augsburg, Bavaria, Germany to an opera singer mother and a father who worked as a concert pianist, office clerk, and composer. Harry Groener Biography (1951-) He emigrated to the United States with his family at the age of two. As a teenager, Groener was apprenticed at the San Francisco Ballet; he went on to study drama at the University of Washington. In the 1996–97 season (1996–97 Fußball-Bundesliga), Élber netted 20 official goals for Stuttgart, 17 in the league, and three in the cup (DFB-Pokal), including both against FC Energie Cottbus in the final (1996–97 DFB-Pokal) (2–0 win). The following summer, he moved to fellow league team FC Bayern Munich where, save for one year, he was always crowned the club's top scorer (Carsten Jancker prevented that honour); additionally, he was instrumental in the conquest of four leagues, the 2000–01 UEFA Champions League and the 2001 Intercontinental Cup, whilst winning the ''Torjäger'' award for 2002–03 (2002–03 Fußball-Bundesliga) – 21 goals, the Bavarians won the double (Double (association football)). Career Hofer was born in Rhein (Ryn) in East Prussia in 1861, and studied Natural Sciences in Königsberg followed by a habilitation thesis in Munich, for which he carried out limnologic (limnology) studies on East Prussian lakes. He obtained a position at the Zoological Institute of Munich as a university lecturer and in 1891 acquired citizenship of the Kingdom of Bavaria (Bavaria). In 1894 he was appointed as a Curator of the Bavarian Museums comparative anatomy collection. In 1896 he became a lecturer for Ichthyology at the veterinary university of Munich. In 1898 he was awarded an extraordinary professorship for Zoology and Ichthyology and the chair of a full professor in 1908. During his career, he was also director of the "Royal Bavarian Research Station for Fisheries" and the "Royal Bavarian Research Station for Fish-Farming", vice-president of the "Bavarian Association of Fishermen" and editor of the magazine "Allgemeine Fischereizeitung". Hofer died in 1916 in Munich at the age of 54. As part of the mediatization, Achstetten became temporarily part of Bavaria in 1805, only to be handed over to the newly formed Kingdom of Württemberg (history of Württemberg) in 1806. birth_date Commons:Category:Bayern WikiPedia:Bavaria Dmoz:Regional Europe Germany States Bavaria


book illustrations

;ndash; March 17, 1591, Nuremberg, Bavaria) was a Swiss (Switzerland) artist, celebrated chiefly for his woodcuts, done mainly for book illustrations. He was ambassador in Rome (1631) and marched to Bavaria in 1633, territory then at the center of the bloodiest fights of Thirty Years War. Here, with the position of resident ambassador in the court of Maximilian I, Elector of Bavaria, leader of the Holy League (Holy League (1571)), he pursued the union of the pro-Habsburg forces with the German Emperor Ferdinand II (Ferdinand II, Holy Roman Emperor) and with Catholic powers (Catholicism). In this year, the king Gustavus Adolphus of Sweden died in the battle of Lützen (battle of Lützen (1632)); this settled down a tense calm only interrupted by the murder of the marshal Wallenstein, head of the armies of Ferdinand II, when being discovered his treason in favor of Sweden. '''Klaus "Auge" Augenthaler''' (born 26 September 1957 in Fürstenzell, near Passau in Bavaria, Germany (West Germany )) Commons:Category:Bayern WikiPedia:Bavaria Dmoz:Regional Europe Germany States Bavaria


low scale

Sighişoara is twinned (town twinning) with: * Commons:Category:Bayern WikiPedia:Bavaria Dmoz:Regional Europe Germany States Bavaria


amazing romantic

in the alps near Berchtesgaden *Bavarian Forest — a mountain range along the Czech border, partly a National Park *Chiemsee — the largest lake within Bavaria, complete with a copy of Versailles and mountain backdrop *Franconian Lake District – the Lake District comprises seven lakes *Franconian Switzerland – castle ruins, hiking, canoeing, world class rock climbing *Neuschwanstein Castle (Füssen) — amazing romantic castle near ''Füssen'', a small town rich in culture and art * Lake


commercial music

-Donau , and the Bavarian districts Neu-Ulm (Neu-Ulm (district)), Unterallgäu and the district-free city Memmingen. The major towns in the district of Biberach are Biberach an der Riss, Riedlingen, Ochsenhausen and Laupheim. Ousted by the Austrian state radio (ORF (ORF (broadcaster))) in 2000 due to a switch to the more commercial music radio format, Schifter continued broadcasting for a while from Bavaria, Germany. A trained actor, Günther Schifter


difficult roles

name "Regolo" Luciano Regolo. ''La regina incompresa: tutto il racconto della vita di Maria José di Savoia.'' They also make clear that Albert and Elisabeth continually supported and encouraged each other in their challenging and difficult roles as King and Queen. The spouses shared an intense commitment to their country and family and a keen interest in human progress of all kinds. Together, they cultivated the friendship of prominent scientists, artists, mathematicians

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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