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Prestel
ISBN13:
978-3791326085
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3791326082
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Prestel Publishing (January 1, 2003)
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June 2002, Prestel Publishing. Paperback in English.

SEL Library selection, Architektur. June 2002, Prestel Publishing. Libraries near you: WorldCat. Residences of the prince-bishops in Franconia. Publish date unknown, Prestel-Verlag GmbH & Co KG. in English - 1 Auflage.

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The prince-bishop resided in Speyer, a Free Imperial City, until the 14th century when he moved his residence to Uddenheim . This ended the secular responsibilities of the bishop of Speyer. The secularized bishopric continued ecclesiastically as the Diocese of Speyer.

The prince-bishop resided in Speyer, a Free Imperial City, until the 14th century when he moved his residence to Uddenheim (Philippsburg), then in 1723 to Bruchsal, in large part due to the tense relationship between successive prince-bishops and the civic authorities of the Free City, officially Protestant since the Reformation Contents.

The last Prince-Bishop occupied the residence until 1802 at which time the royal family of Bavaria took over the Residenz when the . Among some of the highlights was the Imperial Hall which is the largest room in the Residenz

The last Prince-Bishop occupied the residence until 1802 at which time the royal family of Bavaria took over the Residenz when the prince-bishopric was abolished. The Imperial (Royal Family) Apartments are tour highlights (tour tickets cost 9 Euros for 2 people) and, if possible, arrange to be part of a guided tour to fully appreciate all the important details. Stucco ceilings, furniture and other pieces from the 1600’s and 1700’s, art work, and history are all on display. Our tour went to no fewer than 13 rooms. Among some of the highlights was the Imperial Hall which is the largest room in the Residenz. The purpose of this room was to entertain the Emperor of the Holy Roman Empire.

World Heritage Encyclopedia, the aggregation of the largest online encyclopedias . Prince-Bishops styled Dukes in Franconia

Prince-Bishops styled Dukes in Franconia. Ecclesiastical Prince of Franconian Circle. The Prince-Bishopric of Würzburg was an ecclesiastical principality of the Holy Roman Empire located in Lower Franconia west of the Prince-Bishopric of Bamberg. Würzburg had been a diocese since 743. As definitely established by the Concordat of 1448, bishops in Germany were chosen by the canons of the cathedral chapter and their election was later confirmed by the pope.

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  • This is a wonderful publication by the German tourist board of Franconia which shows all the architectural attractions in northern Bavaria. It gives me plenty of idea as to where and what to visit in Bavaria earlier this year and it was terrific to have read this book before hand.

  • After the introductory commentary about the Prince-Bishops these are the residences covered by the book: Wurzburg’s Marienburg Fortress and Residence, Veitshochheim, Bamberg’s Old Episcopal Residence and New Residence, Aschaffenburg’s Johannisburg Palace, Pompeianum, and Schonbush.

    There are full page photos, detailed closeups, and city views. Its a nice collection of varied views. You will want books that specialize on individual palaces. I have these but none of them have the large or closeup photos of this book. I tried to take photos like the book has but either bans on photos at these locations or the dim light to preserve delicate works of art prevented it. If you have visited any of these palaces, you will thoroughly appreciate this 64 page summary.