Deutschland im mittelalter

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Kronach in Oberfranken, Bayern (Bavaria), Southern Germany, is…

Kronach in Oberfranken, Bayern (Bavaria), Southern Germany, is the birthtown of Lucas Cranach the Elder, Maximilian von Welsch, Johann Kaspar Zeuss, and bishop Josef Stangl. The town has a nearly complete city-wall and Germany’s biggest medieval fortress (Festung Rosenberg). A large portion of the district is part of the Frankenwald (Franconian Forest), a hill chain rising to 795 m.

Read more (in German & English):
http://www.kronach.de/en/fortress-rosenberg-kronach-germany.html

Der Aventskranz – the concept of the Advent wreath originated…

Der Aventskranz – the concept of the Advent wreath originated among German Lutherans in the 16th century. Read more about it here: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Advent_wreath

Gelnhausen in Hessen, Central Germany, about 40 km east of…

Gelnhausen in Hessen, Central Germany, about 40 km east of Frankfurt am Main, lies between the Vogelsberg mountains and the Spessart range. According to the Institut Géographique National, from 2007-2013, the geographic center of the European Union was located in wheat field just outside this town. Gelnhausen is also located on the scenic “German Fairy Tale Route”. It was founded by Emperor Frederick Barbarossa in 1170. The place was chosen because it was at the intersection of the Via Regia imperial road between Frankfurt and Leipzig and other major trade routes.

Entrance to Burg Kronberg in Hessen, Central Germany. Kronberg…

Entrance to Burg Kronberg in Hessen, Central Germany. Kronberg in the Hochtaunuskreis is part of the Frankfurt Rhein-Main urban area. Before 1866, it was in the Duchy of Nassau; then the whole Duchy was absorbed into Prussia. Kronberg lies at the foot of the Taunus mountains, flanked by forests. A mineral water spring also rises in the town. The castle was built in 1220.

Idstein is located in the Rheingau-Taunus-Kreis near Darmstadt…

Idstein is located in the Rheingau-Taunus-Kreis near Darmstadt in Hessen, Central Germany. Due to its well preserved historical Altstadt (old town), it’s part of the Deutsche Fachwerkstraße (German Timber-Frame Road), connecting towns with beautiful Fachwerk buildings. Idstein had its first documentary mention in 1102 and was granted market rights in 1287 by King Rudolph of Habsburg. Besides the Hexenturm and the old Nassau castle, another sight is the town’s oldest preserved house, which was originally built in 1410.