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Czech Republic, Praha
Goethe composed poems during his stay in Karlsbad around July 1806 of which several contain references to the healing waters and clays of the mineral springs. He did more for Bohemian bathing culture than anybody else and he probably owed his Faust-like creativity and libido to his stay here, having drunk the waters then as we do today, from a small spouted cup decorated with roses. weiter
Germany, Nrnberg
Like a spider keeping watch over its web, Amberg is actually situated several kilometres south of the Golden Road behind its still almost complete town walls, but for the tradesmen en route, it would almost certainly have opened its gates. The detour
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Germany, Nrnberg
The wealth of the Upper Palatinate and Amberg with its official residence and importance at the centre of the mining industry influenced the architecture in the area greatly. Between the Hammerschlsser (the mansions built by the aristocracy near
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Czech Republic, Praha
Kaiser Barbarossa made Eger the seat of his Kingdom and the surrounding area was redesigned and refurbished, creating what was to be an example to all regions under the name of Provincia Egrensis. Later as Kaiser Ludwig of Bavaria had to give up the weiter
Germany
The Golden Road has nearly 700 years of history 14th May 1316 - Karl (Charles) IV 1353- The Palatinate family Wittelsbach pawned a territory to Charles IV from Hersbruck to Neustadt, which expanded ‘New Bohemia’ creating a transit
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Europe
The European Commission has taken the Czech Republic, Hungary and Poland to court for failing to take in refugees under an EU scheme to help overburdened member states cope with an influx of people at the height of the migration crisis.
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Czech Republic, Plze?
The Golden way, or Zlata cesta drives a path through Bohemia, a blessed land that had been cultivated for years by the locals until it was torn to pieces in the Nationalist uprising of the 1930s and 40s. Villages and towns were raised to the ground weiter
Czech Republic, Plze?
At the time of Charles IV Prague was one of the largest cities in Europe with over 40,000 residents. The Prague of today has 30 times that many and it houses the inhabitants in seemingly endless rows of high-rise concrete blocks. The tradesmen of
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Germany, Nrnberg
It is at this stage of the journey that the Golden Road splits. The good took the right way through Weiden and Brnau, the bad through Wernberg and Waidhaus, which in the end proved to be the cheaper of the two. Despite the popularity of two routes
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