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Transcript of Bayern (Bavaria)
(Makes cars now, made airplane engines during and pre-WWII.) Schloss Linderhof Castle Jan. Feb. Mar. Apr. May June July Aug. Sep. Oct. Nov. Dec. -4 -2 0 2 4 6 8 10 12 14 16 18 20 22 24 Avg. maximum and minimum temp. Months - $600 billion GDP in 2007 - Only 17 countries have higher GDPs Wirtschaft Economy Nuremburg Trials Bayerische Alpen Siemens AG is the largest engineering conglomerate in Europe. Employs over 420,000 people in nearly 190 countries. Part of the Volkswagen AG (Volkswagen Aktiengesellschaft) Makes products from cell phones to healthcare technology. Johannisburg Castle
in Aschaffenburg Plassenburg Castle
in Kulmbach Castle of Coburg Imperial castle in Nuremburg Castle of Neuburg an
der Donau Bamberg Cathedral Trausnitz Castle in Landshutz Neuschwanstein with the Alps Burghaussen Castle Koenigssee and the
Watzmann Mountain A common greeting in Catholic areas such as Bavaria, Swabia, Switzerland, and Austria.
In the northern, therefore Protestant areas, common responses are: "Greet God" Walhalla, a hall honoring distinguished Germans Herrenchiemsee "Wenn ich ihn sehe." or "Hoffentlich nicht so bald." Zugspitze, the highest peak in
Germany at 2,962m (9,718ft.) LOLOLOLOLOLOLOLOLOLOLOLOLOLOLOLOLOLOLOLOLOLOLOLOLOLOLOLOL Rothenburg Tourist Attractions By:
Joseph Winter Germany Pre-WWI BAYERN History Established as a duchy in the
mid first millenium. Duke of Bayern was a member of the electoral college of the Holy Roman Empire. There are a total of 2,056 municipalities (cities) in Bayern alone. München Olympics of 1972 Trials held against German war criminals from WWII by the Allies in the World's Court. München Massacre Palestinian terrorists known as "Black September" were responsible. General Facts Eleven Israeli athletes and coaches were kidnapped and killed, in addition to a West German police officer Lighting for the Bayern Munich team. Lighting for the 1860 Munich team. Lighting for the German National team. Allianz Arena DAS ENDE!!!!! Münich Present-Day Nuremburg Christkindl Markt at Christmas time. Nuremburg an der Pegnitz München newspaper front cover article from October, 1946. St. Lawrence Church in view Why Nuremburg? Two Reasons: The Palace of Justice was one of the few larger buildings still intact after Allied bombing. DAS ENDE!!!! The irony factor.
Nuremburg was considered to be the birthplace of the Nazi Party.
Annual propaganda rallies were held there. In 1806, Bayern proclaimed
itself a Kingdom 1918, Bayern becomes a free state. 1949, Bayern joins the new Federal Republic of Germany DAS ENDE!!! Largest state by area, second largest by population. (behind N. R. Westfallen) Culture Kultur Food Essen (very important in Bayern) Wurst mit Rotkohl Sausage with red cabbage Dampfnudeln Dumpling, sweet or savory Schupfnudeln mit Sauerkraut Thick dumplings/noodles with Sauerkraut Weisswurst Veal & pork bacon white sausage Leberknödel Suppe Liver dumpling soup Zwiebelkuchen Onion pie, w/ other vegetables, bacon, and cream. Semmelknödel Bread-roll dumplings Obatztda Silly southern talk for "Angebatzter," or "mashed one" Bier! Biergärten Beer Gardens Spiced cheese spread with garlic/onions/horseradish A traditional Biergarten includes: trees (no sun umbrellas)
wooden benches (no plastic garden chairs)
gravel bed (no street pavement)
solid meals (no fast food) Religion Traditional Dress 56.4% - Roman Catholic
21% - Evangelical Lutheran Tracht Lederhosen und Dirndl Geschichte DAS ENDE