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We are happy to offer our guests an al fresco place where they can relax and listen to original Bavarian music, and try the specialties of southern Germany," said Dietmar Platz, director of Food and Beverage.
Rows of wooden benches and tables designed with Bavarian colours of blue and white adorn the venue.
The wars fought by Charlemagne and his grandson Louis the German on Bavaria's eastern frontier opened up new lands, offices, and honors for Bavarians and Franks who loyally served the Carolingians.
The church provided the institutional framework for the dukes' efforts to win the loyalty of the leading Bavarian kindreds.
The Bavarians were officially condemned to relegation after a 3-1 aggregate defeat to Jahn Regensburg in the playoff.
The Bavarians were in the playoffs two years ago, scoring in stoppage time against Holstein Kiel to avoid the drop.
In Leavenworth in the USA it is celebrated in a very authentic style: The village is a perfect replica of a Bavarian village.
The landscape is one of the reasons why Leavenworth became a Bavarian village.
Merkel believes that deals she had clinched at a Brussels summit should be enough to appease her belligerent Bavarian allies, telling German state broadcaster ZDF in an interview on Sunday that the migration row is a "serious matter." The German chancellor refused to rule out any scenarios, saying that she would do everything in her power to satisfy her conservative allies, the Christian Democratic Union (CDU) and its sister Bavarian party, the Christian Social Union (CSU).
Kafer Schanke (Prinzregentenstrasse 73) is one of the city's most famous and celebrated delicatessens where traditional Bavarian dishes are served.
Although the Bavarian Lower House passed the government's bill in 1849, the project ran into serious trouble in the following year when the project came before the more conservative upper house, eventually going down to a decisive defeat.