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Mallersdorf-Pfaffenberg The Latin school, which was controlled by Benedictine's monks in the cloister of Mallersdorf on the Johannisberg, is provable there from 1109 to 1803 enjoyed a superior call. The significant library was a reason for the national meaning of Mallersdorf in scientific area. The honorary title "sedes sapientiae" (seat of wisdom) testifies this position.
Mallersdorf-Pfaffenberg On 1 July 1972 Mallersdorf lost the District's Office and came to the administrative district Straubing-Bogen. Therefore the sign MAL disappeared mainly from the streets.
Mallersdorf-Pfaffenberg The history of the village Mallersdorf presumably goes back till the Roman's time, because the first castle, which gave the name "Madilhardisdorf" has been established on the rests of a Roman fort. The name goes back on Mathilde von Lupburg, the 9th abbess of the Reichsstift Niedermünster in Regensburg who owned here vast goods. During the Carolingian's time Mallersdorf belonged to the county of Kirchberg. The counts Heinrich and Ernst donated here a cloister in 1107, which was first mentioned in a document in 1129, with the confirmation of the donation by emperor Lothar III.
Mallersdorf-Pfaffenberg The franciscan cloister of Mallersdorf which pursues a secondary school is built on a hill above the idyllic Labertal (Laber-valley). The basilica affiliated to the cloister was begun in 1109 and received her today's rococo equipment in the middle of the 18th century. In the parish church Saint Johannes there is a high altar of Ignaz Günther. The order was founded by Paul Josef Nardini, who was venerated at 19 December 2005 and beatified at 22 October 2006 by Pope Benedict XVI at the cathedral at Speyer, Germany.
Mallersdorf-Pfaffenberg Near Pfaffenberg is a Jewish monument. It was established in 1947 and was financed by donations of Jewish inhabitants of the region. It concerns here a tomb for 67 prisoners who had been compulsive-marched from the concentration camp Buchenwald and were shot by German soldiers, before they could be released from the allies.
Pfaffenberg (Spessart) Pfaffenberg (Spessart) is a 432 meter high hill of Bavaria, Germany.
Pfaffenberg (Spessart) The Pfaffenberg hill lies in the Spessart range in the districts of Aschaffenburg and Miltenberg.
Pfaffenberg (Spessart) The Pfaffenberg is located in the municipal territories of Bessenbach and Sulzbach am Main. Northeast of peak is the village of Oberbessenbach in the valley of the Bessenbach, a creek. Southwest of the peak is the village of Soden (part of Sulzbach) in the valley of Sodener Bach. Northwest of the peak are the villages of Gailbach (a "Stadtteil" of Aschaffenburg) and Dörrmorsbach, part of Haibach. The boundaries of the town of Aschaffenburg reach almost to the summit. About two kilometers south-east is the Hohe Wart hill with the Hohe Wart Inn.
Mallersdorf-Pfaffenberg Godparenthood was taken in 1985 for the expelled Sudeten-German from the city of Krajková, formerly Gossengrun, in present-day Sokolov District.
Pfaffenberg (Spessart) Since 1953 the radio transmitter "Sender Pfaffenberg" of Bavarian state broadcaster "Bayerischer Rundfunk" has been situated on the top of Pfaffenberg. The guyed tubular steel tower was 181 meters tall. In 2008 a second shorter tower was built for Freeview. On 16 April 2010 the old pipe tower was removed. The new concrete tower is 176.05 meters tall.