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 Ludwigsburg (district) - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Ludwigsburg is a district (Kreis) in the middle of Baden-Württemberg, Germany.
The district dates back to the Oberamt Ludwigsburg, which was created by the dukedom Württemberg in the beginning of the 19th century.
The imperial eagle in the coat of arms is taken from the arms of the city Markgröningen, which was an imperial city.
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 Ludwigsburg Palace - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
It is located in the city of Ludwigsburg (10 km north of Stuttgart's city center).
In 1718, Ludwigsburg became temporarily capital and sole residence of the dukes of Württemberg.
Ludwigsburg Palace was not destroyed during World War II, so a renaissance of the complex could start in the mid 20th century.
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 DESTINATION - Ludwigsburg   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-08-19)
Ludwigsburg was established in 1704 when Duke Eberhard Ludwig of Württemberg decided to build himself a “pleasure palace” as a hunting lodge and summer residence.
Ludwigsburg (“Ludwig’s Castle”) took thirty years to build and became one of the biggest Baroque palace complexes in all Germany.
Ludwigsburg is centrally located, near to Stuttgart (15 km) and directly on the Neckar River, the A81 autobahn and the B27 national road.
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 Ludwigsburg - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Ludwigsburg is a city in Germany, about 12 km north of Stuttgart's city center, near the river Neckar.
It is the capital of the Ludwigsburg District (its largest city having at present ca 87,000 inhabitants), and belongs to the Stuttgart Region in the Administrative region (Regierungsbezirk) of Stuttgart.
In 1812 in Ludwigsburg the Württembergish army was raised for Napoleon's Russian campaign.
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 Ludwigsburg on Encyclopedia.com   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-08-19)
Ludwigsburg grew around the large baroque castle built (1704-33) in imitation of Versailles by Duke Eberhard Ludwig of Württemberg.
Schiller lived in Ludwigsburg from 1768 to 1773 and from 1793 to 1794 and attended a nearby military school.
Visteon's Dr. Heinz Pfannschmidt to Speak at Automobile Electronics 2004 Congress in Ludwigsburg, Germany.
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Christina Barbara KNAUSS was born on December 22, 1832 in Poppenweiler, Ludwigsburg, Neckarkreis, Wuerttemberg.
Johannes SCHLITTER was born on December 26, 1783 in Poppenweiler, Ludwigsburg, Neckarkreis, Wuerttemberg.
Elisabetha Friedricke SCHLITTER was born on November 18, 1782 in Poppenweiler, Ludwigsburg, Neckarkreis, Wuerttemberg.
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 Stars & Stripes
Schloss Ludwigsburg, in a town by the same name north of Stuttgart, is the largest preserved Baroque residence in Germany and celebrates its 300th anniversary this year with the completion of extensive renovation, new museum openings and a host of special events.
He was pressured into leaving Wilhelmine, to bring his wife to Ludwigsburg and to have a child, but alas, she was 53 by that time, and no child was conceived.
However, one must be Catholic and a resident of Ludwigsburg to tie the knot in the royal church.
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 Ludwigsburg   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-08-19)
Ludwigsburg seemed to be kept as a local secret.
Ludwigsburg is home to three distinct palaces and palace grounds, each with its own character and following.
The first two photos come from the Schloss Ludwigsburg (Ludwigsburg Palace), referred to lovingly as the "Versailles of Swabia" (though the resemblance to the real Versailles is perhaps more sentimental than actual).
www.tompgalvin.com /places/de/baden_wuerttemberg/ludwigsburg.htm   (892 words)

 VirtualTourist.com - keeweechic's Ludwigsburg Things to Do Tips
The Palace was built by Duke Eberhard Ludwig von W?rttemberg and he originally intended to only restore a hunting lodge that burnt down, but by the time he died the buildings had become the most grandiose of all German palaces and a new town had developed.
Ludwigsburg Palace contains a portrait gallery of the rulers of W?rttemberg and also their burial vault, a state art gallery and archives, the castle and regional museums, and a theatre.
The Favorite Palace is the 2nd of three palaces in Ludwigsburg and was originally built as a Hunting Lodge and pleasure palace in the midst of a richly forested park.
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 superficial and more than superficial things - derliz mereles
The Ludwigsburg Palace, also known as the Swabian Versailles, is one of Europe's largest baroque residences.
The large garden complex of Ludwigsburg comprise three palaces: the Residence, the actual main palace, the Favorite Palace, a hunting palace, and the Monrepos Palace, a small pleasure palace.
Ludwigsburg is located 15 km north from Stuttgart.
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 schloesser-magazin.de: Ludwigsburg Palace - Three Palaces   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-08-19)
The city of Ludwigsburg and the palace located there owe their existence to a "princely mood".
In 1724 the Duke elevated Ludwigsburg in place of Stuttgart to his "sole and permanent" residence.
Ludwigsburg Palace is one of the largest baroque residences in Europe.
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 Encyclopedia: Ludwigsburg (district)
During the communal reform of 1973 the district gained about half of the dissolved district Vaihingen, and some few municipalities from the districts Backnang and Leonberg.
Ludwigsburg is a district (Kreis) in the middle of
The district dates back to the Oberamt Ludwigsburg, which was created by the dukedom
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 Ludwigsburg --  Encyclopædia Britannica
Ludwigsburg (its name meaning “Ludwig's Castle”;) was founded by Duke Eberhard Ludwig of Württemberg around his palace (1704–33), the largest Baroque palace in Germany, with 18 main buildings and more than 450 rooms.
One of the best surviving examples of Ludwigsburg faience is a jar decorated with cold gilding and overglaze colours, now in the National Museum of Ceramics, Sèvres, France.
Delicate figures, some modelled by J.V. Sonnenschein from Ludwigsburg, and good-quality service ware were produced.
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 Filmfest Stuttgart Ludwigsburg
A young Europe is coming to Ludwigsburg: 677 films from 31 countries were submitted for the European Short Film Competition co-organized by the Wüstenrot Foundation.
In cooperation with the Baden-Württemberg Film Academy and the Ludwigsburg regional newspaper, well-known actors and actresses will be discussing their work and philosophies in life and talking about their anecdotic and glamorous experiences and incidents in the film industry.
The media partners of European Short Film are SWR (South-West German Broadcasting Corporation), the Ludwigsburg regional newspaper and lift Stuttgart as well as — for the festival parties — the radio station Das Ding and Prinz Stuttgart.
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 Facts about topic: (Ludwigsburg (district))   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-08-19)
Ludwigsburg is a district (Kreis) in the middle of Baden-Württemberg (additional info and facts about Baden-Württemberg), Germany (A republic in central Europe; split into East German and West Germany after World War II and reunited in 1990).
The district dates back to the Oberamt Ludwigsburg, which was created by the dukedom Württemberg (additional info and facts about Württemberg) in the beginning of the 19th century (additional info and facts about 19th century).
The deer antler above the eagle is the symbol of Württemberg (additional info and facts about Württemberg).
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 schloesser-magazin.de: Ludwigsburg Palace - Palace Theater   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-08-19)
The baroque Palace Theater in Ludwigsburg, built as a playhouse under Duke Eberhard Ludwig, was furnished from 1758 under Duke Carl Eugen by Philippe de La Guêpière.
The sumptuousness of the Ludwigsburg Palace Theater is further increased by the almost completely preserved stage machinery, designed by the theater engineer Johann Christian Keim.
After a period of restoration which lasted more than six years, the Ludwigsburg Palace Theater is in operation and plays can be put on there again since 1998.
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 Stuttgart Marketing: Ludwigsburg   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-08-19)
Situation: Ludwigsburg is not far from Stuttgart, at the Neckar river and the motorway A81, about 35 minutes by car from the Stuttgart airport.
The Residential Palace Built between 1704 and 1733 during the reign of Duke Eberhard Ludwig, the Residential Palace is one of the biggest German baroque palaces still around today: it has about 452 rooms in 18 buildings.
Ludwigsburg is a modern city, where history isn´t part of the past but rather the backdrop for a lively, baroque tradition.
www.stuttgart-tourist.de /english/region/ludwigsburg/ludwigsburg.html   (297 words)

 TM BW -Schillerjahr 2005
One event not to be missed is the "Schiller journey" at Stuttgart's state theatre from 7th May, and from 15th September at the civic theatre, which allows visitors to experience theatre at the places which were influential in the life and works of Schiller.
The 30 or more hectares which comprise the castle grounds play host to magnificent landscape design from different eras and regions, a succession of different exhibitions and the children’s fairytale garden paradise.
Take a walk around the gardens and discover a landscape full of the “blooming” splendour of the baroque age; stroll through the chestnut tree-lined avenues which are so characteristic of Ludwigsburg; or simply wander around the English and Japanese Gardens.
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 Ludwigsburg, Germany Hotel Information, Rate Comparison: Direct Prices, Discounters, Consolidators (ZOD/deluxe)
HOTEL FAVORIT LUDWIGSBURG @ GARTENSTRASSE 18, - hotel favorit ludwigsburg is located in the center of the city, yet in a quiet area just five minutes to the main station of ludwigsburg and the tube and 10 minutes to the motorway by car.
Golden Tulip Schlosshotel Monrepos @ Domдne Monrepos, LUDWIGSBURG 71364 the schlosshotel monrepos is situated in the extensive parkland, directly on the charming monrepos lake.
ludwigsburg the very famous german baroque-town is also well known for its porcelain manufactory the permanent garden showbluhendes barock and its three but ludwigsburg is also an industrial destination so youll find world leading companies like porsche robert bosch daimler chrysler alcatel etc directly in and nearby ludwigsburg.
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 Christmas Market
Ludwigsburg Baroque Christmas Market from 24 November to 22 December 2005
The market square surrounded by arcades at the heart of Ludwigsburg is transformed into a winter paradise in the weeks before Christmas:
There is an attractive supporting program to accompany the baroque decoration of basketwork figures making the Ludwigsburg Christmas market simply unforgettable.
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 BERU expands development facilities in Ludwigsburg
The decision to expand RandD capacities in Ludwigsburg was approved by the new Supervisory Board of BERU AG in its latest meeting.
The Chairman of the Executive Board of BERU AG, Marco von Maltzan, explained the significance for the Ludwigsburg location: »This investment decision is fully in line with our long-term policy of maintaining BERU´s competitiveness by means of permanent innovation.
In Ludwigsburg, we are expanding our RandD capacities in diesel cold-start technology and ignition technology for gasoline engines.
www.beru.com /english/aktuelles/presse/20050224.php   (360 words)

Ludwigsburg officially becomes the residence of the Duke and the city the capital of Württemberg
The birthday of Duke Carl Eugen is celebrated in the "Palace of Splendor" in a grand style
His widow, Charlotte Mathilde, retains Ludwigsburg as her widow's residence
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 Ludwigsburg ware --  Encyclopædia Britannica   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-08-19)
faience and porcelain earthenwares made at Ludwigsburg, Württemberg (Germany), between 1736 and 1824.
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The earliest hard porcelain, produced by the factory at Meissen, is smoky in tone, but some improvements were made in 1715 and others in the following decade.
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 Ludwigsburg car hire / Ludwigsburg car rental from 28 EUR per day allinclusive
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