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  1. Elchingen Abbey - Wikipedia

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    Elchingen Abbey (German: Kloster Elchingen, Reichsabtei Elchingen) was a Benedictine monastery in Oberelchingen (in Elchingen) in Bavaria, Germany, in the diocese of Augsburg. For much of its history, Elchingen was one of the 40-odd self-ruling imperial abbeys of the Holy Roman Empire and, as such, was a virtually independent state that ...

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  2. Elchingen - Wikipedia

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    In 1806 Napoleon conferred the title of Duc d'Elchingen on Marshal Ney and the name of Elchingen was engraved on the Arc de Triomphe in Paris. For the region the Napoleonic victory meant the end of the Austrian supremacy which led to a re-organization of the area of W├╝rttemberg and Bavaria.

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  3. Elchingen Abbey - Elchingen - Convent & Monastery, Church ...

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    Elchingen Abbey, Elchingen. 7 likes. Elchingen Abbey was a Benedictine monastery in Oberelchingen in Bavaria, Germany, in the diocese of Augsburg.

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  4. Category:Kloster Elchingen - Wikimedia Commons

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  5. WikiZero - Neresheim Abbey

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    The monks run a conference centre and guesthouse, and offer courses and spiritual training. In 2004, the monastery set up the Neresheim Abbey Boys' Choir, which provides a free musical education and voice training. The choir sings regularly at services in the abbey church at Neresheim and also makes appearances outside the monastery.

  6. Neresheim - Wikipedia

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    Ing Neresheim metung yang balen king Aleman state ning Baden-W├╝rttemberg, king Ostalbkreis distritu. Atiu 16 km pangulung aslagan ning Heidenheim, ampong 20 km maulingaslagan ning Aalen.

  7. Elchingen Abbey Church, Oberelchingen, Germany ...

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    Elchingen Abbey was a Benedictine monastery in Oberelchingen. For much of its history, Elchingen was one of the 40-odd self-ruling imperial abbeys of the Holy Roman Empire and, as such, was a virtually independent state that contained several villages aside from the monastery itself. At the time of ...

  8. Zephyrinus: Solemn High Mass. Elchingen Abbey Church ...

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    Elchingen Abbey Church, Oberelchingen, Germany. Illustration: SPOTTING HISTORY Solemn High Mass in Elchingen Abbey Chu...

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  9. Battle of Elchingen | Military Wiki | Fandom

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    The Battle of Elchingen, fought on 14 October 1805, saw French forces under Michel Ney rout an Austrian corps led by Johann Sigismund Riesch.This defeat led to a large part of the Austrian army being invested in the fortress of Ulm by the army of Emperor Napoleon I of France while other formations fled to the east.

  10. Elchingen Abbey (German: Kloster Elchingen, Reichsabtei Elchingen) was a Benedictine monastery in Oberelchingen (in Elchingen) in Bavaria, Germany, in the diocese of Augsburg. For much of its history, Elchingen was one of the 40-odd self-ruling imperial abbeys of the Holy Roman Empire and, as such, was a virtually independent state that ...