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  1. List of rulers of Bavaria - Wikipedia

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    Sep 09, 2020 · In 1070, Henry IV, Holy Roman Emperor deposed duke Otto, granting the duchy instead to Welf I, Duke of Bavaria, a member of the Italo-Bavarian family of Este. Welf I subsequently quarreled with King Henry and was deprived of his duchy for nineteen years, during which it was directly administered by the German crown.

  2. Henry V, Duke of Bavaria - Wikipedia

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    Henry (died 1026), of the House of Ardenne-Luxembourg, was the count of Luxembourg (as Henry I) from 998 and the duke of Bavaria (as Henry V) from 1004.He was the son of Siegfried I of Luxembourg and Hedwige of Nordgau.

    • Otto (1196–1197)
    • Ermesinde (1197–1247), with, Theobald (1197–1214), and then, Waleran (1214–1226)
  3. Grimoald of Bavaria - Wikipedia

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    Grimoald (or Grimwald) (died 725) was the duke of Bavaria from about 715 to his death. He was the youngest of the four sons of Theodo of Bavaria and his wife Folchaid and the uncle of Swanachild, the second wife of Charles Martel. At first, he co-reigned with his brothers Theodbert, Theobald, and Tassilo II and then, from around 719, alone. His ...

  4. Conrad II, Duke of Bavaria - Wikipedia

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    Conrad II (September or October 1052, in Regensburg – 10 April 1055, in Regensburg), called the Child, was the duke of Bavaria from 1054 to 1055. He was the second son of the Emperor Henry III and his second wife, Agnes of Poitou. He was briefly appointed duke of Bavaria, which had been held by his elder brother Henry. He died soon after and ...

  5. Albert III, Duke of Bavaria - Wikipedia

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    Albert IV, Duke of Bavaria (15 December 1447, Munich–10 March 1508, Munich). Christoph, Duke of Bavaria (6 January 1449–8 August 1493, Rhodes). Wolfgang (1 November 1451–24 May 1514, Landsberg am Lech), a canon in Passau, Augsburg and Köln. Barbara (9 June 1454, Munich–24 June 1472, Munich), a nun in Munich.

  6. Conrad I, Duke of Bavaria - Wikipedia

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    Conrad I (c. 1020 – 5 December 1055), also known as Cuno or Kuno, was the duke of Bavaria from 1049 to 1053. He was of the Ezzonen family, his parents being Liudolf, Count of Zütphen and eldest son of Ezzo, Count Palatine of Lorraine, and Matilda.

  7. Leopold, Duke of Bavaria - Wikipedia

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    Sep 11, 2020 · Leopold (German: Luitpold, c. 1108 – 18 October 1141), known as Leopold the Generous (German: Luitpold der Freigiebige), was Margrave of Austria as Leopold IV from 1136, and Duke of Bavaria as Leopold I from 1139 until his death in 1141.

  8. Henry XVI, Duke of Bavaria - Wikipedia

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    Henry XVI of Bavaria (1386 – 30 July 1450, in Landshut), (German: Heinrich der Reiche, Herzog von Bayern-Landshut), since 1393 Duke of Bavaria-Landshut. He was a son of duke Frederick and his wife Maddalena Visconti , a daughter of Bernabò Visconti .

  9. Salzburg Facts for Kids - Kiddle

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    People lived in Salzburg since the New Stone Agetill present. The oldest finding in the city area is dated around 4500 B.C. From 15 B.C. onwards after the Roman occupation the city was called Iuvavum. The roman city was situated in today's old town around the Waagplatz. The city became an important place from the east to the province of Germania. The Romans left on the beginning of the barbarian migration around 500. Up to 696 only few can be said about the history. 696 the city was given to bishop Rupert by Duke Theodo II. of Bavaria. Rupert was orderd by the Duke to bring Christianity to the east and southeast of his country. Rupert founded the monastery St. Peter and for women the monastery Nonnberg. 739 Salzburg became the seat of a bishop and 774 the first cathedral was built. 998 Salzburg became archbishopric ruling the whole Bavarian area. In the Middle Ages Salzburg became wealthy by the trade with salt from the nearby Dürnberg in Hallein. Till th 14th century Salzburg becam...

    Urban districts (Stadtteile): 1. Aigen 2. Altstadt 3. Elisabeth-Vorstadt 4. Gneis 5. Gneis-Süd 6. Gnigl 7. Itzling 8. Itzling-Nord 9. Kasern 10. Langwied 11. Lehen 12. Leopoldskron-Moos 13. Liefering 14. Maxglan 15. Maxglan-West 16. Morzg 17. Mülln 18. Neustadt 19. Nonntal 20. Parsch 21. Riedenburg 22. Salzburg-Süd 23. Taxham 24. Schallmoos

    Salzburg is a World Heritage. There are some places of interes like: 1. Altstadt (Old City) with 1.1. Franziskaner church 1.2. Cathedral 1.3. Getreidegasse 1.4. Residenz(here the archbishop had his residence) 1.5. Residenzplatz with Residenzfountain 1.6. Kollegienkirche (University church) 1.7. Festspielhaus 1.8. Pferdeschwemme 1.9. St. Peters cemetery 1.10. Fortress Hohensalzburg 2. Other places of interest 2.1. Mirabell Palace with Mirabell Garden 2.2. Augustiner Bräustübl Mülln (beer garden of the Augustiner brewery) 2.3. Hellbrunn palace 1. St. Peters cemetery 2. Festspielhaus 3. Fortress Hohensalzburg 4. Kollegienkirche 5. Fountain on the Residenzplatz 6. Getreidegasse 7. Mirabell gardens with fortress in the background 8. Schloss Mirabell and gardens

    Gerhard Amanshauser, writer
    Gerd Bacher, journalist
    Christian Doppler, mathematician and physicist
    Reims, France, since 1964
    Atlanta, USA, since 1967
    Verona, Italy, since 1973
    Dresden, Germany, since 1991
    Salzburgs old town.
    Salzburg in 1914
    Young Austrians at celebrations just after the Anschluss
    Ensemble view.