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  • Regensburg Travel Guide
    in Germany It will help you plan your trip as well as in arranging daily activities to popular sights such as St Peter s Church the Stone Bridge the Thurn Taxis Palace and many more To help you make the most of your trip to Regensburg information is also provided on finding hotels the transport system shopping nightlife and entertainment Regensburg History I Areas I City Map I Weather Sights

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  • Regensburg Feedback
    Nightlife Food Drink Transport Regensburg Hotels Top 10 Regensburg Sights Feedback Regensburgtravel has been created to give information to visitors to Regensburg and make suggestions for their stay Feedback on positive aspects of the site as well as on areas which could be improved is more than welcome and will help improve the site for future visitors Subject Your Name Your Email Address Comments Home Regensburg History Areas Regensburg Map

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  • Regensburg Travel Directory: Advertise
    Regensburg Sights Advertise in the Regensburg Travel Directory Advertising on Regensburg Travel will bring targeted users to your own website and boost the sale of your products and services Regensburg Travel is a quickly growing website and is on course to becoming one of the leading websites about Regensburg To discuss your advertising needs or if you require further information please complete the form below Subject Your Name Your Email

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  • Regensburg Travel
    rivers the Danube the Naab and the Regen There are two islands in the city area called Oberer Wöhrd and Unterer Wöhrd The name Regensburg is due to the term Castra Regina meaning fortress by the river Regen which was a Roman fortress in the 2nd century P D Therefore the year 179 P D is regarded as the official foundation date of Regensburg the official foundation document is an inscription in the East Gate of Regenburg that is still there As Regensburg is one of the oldest German cities and has hardly been destroyed during the Second World War there is a huge amount of historic buildings covering a period of almost 2000 years most of which are located in the historic city center For example there are buildings of ancient Roman Romanesque Gothic style as well as medieval Patrician houses towers and an incredible amount of churches The landmarks of Regensburg are the Dome St Peter as well as the old Stone Bridge from the 12th century The colours of Regensburg are red and white the coat of arms shows two crossed silver keys on a red plate The keys refer to St Peter the patron of Regensburg

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  • Regensburg History
    the Castra Regina with its wall gates and towers is still visible in the layout of the historic city center Between 500 and 788 Regensburg was the main residence of the Bavarian dukes the Agilolfingians During this period it became diocese and therefore still is one of the oldest cathedral towns in Germany although it turned Protestant in 1542 In the 6th century Regensburg was made the first capital of Bavaria A period of wealth started in the 12th century when trade with cities throughout Europe flourished This also boosted construction works and architecture Many Romanesque and Gothic buidlings were constructed that still are a major part of the historic city The Stone Bridge that was built between 1135 and 1146 represented the wealth of the city and also was a miracle of medieval engineering During this period as well Konrad III and Emperor Frederick I Barbarossa entered upon two of the crusades Also under the reign of Frederick I Barbarossa the Wittelsbachs established as ruling dynasty In the 13th century Regensburg became a free imperial city with the right to set up a mayor and a council The conflict with the bishop of Regensburg and the dukedom Bavaria started After a long struggle between the church and the council Regensburg became Protestant in 1542 which did not solve the problem From the end of the 16th century onwards the Imperial Diets were held only in the Imperial Hall of the City Hall of Regensburg Since 1663 these Diets were not dismissed any more until the beginning of the 19th century and are therefore called Perpetual Imperial Diet In 1748 Prince Alexander Ferdinand von Thurn und Taxis was appointed to be principal commissioner i e the Emperor s representative at the Imperial Diet The last meeting of the Perpetual Imperial

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  • Regensburg Areas
    homogeneous and compact Its structure is mainly formed by the historic city center the large gardens and parks and the Danube islands Oberer Wöhrd and Unterer Wöhrd Until the beginning of the 19th century Regensburg was limited to the area of the Roman camp as well as some areas in the west In 1810 Kumpfmühl was incorporated and Regensburg increased southwards Since the beginning of the 20th century many previously

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  • Regensburg City Map
    Leisure Activities Shopping Events Festivals Nightlife Food Drink Transport Regensburg Hotels Top 10 Regensburg Sights Regensburg City Map The following map gives you an overview of Regensburg View Larger Map Home Regensburg History Areas Regensburg Map Weather Places Castles Gardens

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  • Regensburg Weather
    Regensburg Weather As Regensburg is located in a moderate climatic zone particularly the summers are dry and constant and not rainy like for example in the north of Germany Only sometimes a phenomenon called Fön occurs that is typical for areas close to the Alps In winter the city is covered with snow hardly ever In spite of this there might be very misty periods not only in winter but

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