Pfarrkirche St. Peter und Paul Mittenwald Bayern

The Church of St. Peter and St. Paul in Mittenwald Bavaria Germany was first mentioned in 1315.
The symbol of Mittenwald is the painted church completed in 1746 with St. Peter and St. Paul as its patron saints. From 1734 to 1749, the current church was built by the Wessobrunn master builder Joseph Schmutzer and decorated with numerous, colorful frescoes by the Augsburg artist Matthäus Guenther.

The magnificent ceiling fresco in the nave shows the martyrdom and the glorification of the apostles. Particularly noteworthy are the Gothic crucifix in the Chapel of the Cross, the Madonna carved on the left side of the altar from the year 1520 and the guild rods on the benches.
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Fotoreportage aus Bilderberg Straßenprotestmarsch in Telfs

 Bilderberg protest march in Telfs on 13 June 2015.
63rd Bilderberg conference to take place from 11 - 14 June 2015 in 5* Interalpen Hotel in Telfs-Buchen, Province of Tyrol, Austria. In Telfs a demonstration by ca 700 was allowed to proceed peacefully.
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The location of Bilderberg meetings 2015 in Telfs, Tyrol, Austria
Bilderberg protest march in Telfs
 Bilderberg protest march in Telfs - video
Bilderberg protest march in Telfs
Bilderberg protest march in Telfs
Bilderberg protest march in Telfs
Bilderberg protest march in Telfs
Bilderberg protest march in Telfs 
Bilderberg protest march in Telfs
Bilderberg protest march in Telfs

Dirschenbach Lüftlmalerei

Lovely facades of houses richly adorned with religious frescoes in Dirschenbach.
St. Isidor
Dirschenbach is a small settlement belonging to market town of Zirl, located about 20 kilometers west of Innsbruck the capital of the Austrian Land Tyrol.
Frescoed Walls from the Houses of Dirschenbach. St. Florian.
Frescoed Walls from the Houses of Dirschenbach. St. Notburga.
Frescoed Walls from the Houses of Dirschenbach. Sundial.

Familienwappen in Tirol

The Tyrol coat of arms came into existence centuries ago. The process of creating coats of arms (also often called family crests) began in the eight and ninth centuries. The new art of Heraldry made it possible for families and even individual family members to have their very own coat of arms.
Family crest in North Tyrol
Family crest in North Tyrol
Family crest in North Tyrol
Family crest in North Tyrol

Alpine Dorf und Blick auf den Wettersteingebirge

Alpine village of Leutasch and views of the Wetterstein mountains. Olimpiaregion Seefelder Plateau, Tyrol, Austria.
The Wetterstein mountains (German: Wettersteingebirge), also simply called the Wetterstein, is a mountain group in the Northern Limestone Alps within the Eastern Alps.
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It is a relatively compact range located between Garmisch-Partenkirchen, Mittenwald, Seefeld in Tirol and Ehrwald. Part of it is in the German free state of Bavaria and part in the Austrian federal state of Tyrol. The main summit of the Wetterstein, the Zugspitze, is also the highest mountain in Germany. The Wetterstein mountains are an ideal region for mountaineers and climbers.

Rurar Idyll: Leutasch May 2015.
Rurar Idyll: Leutasch May 2015.
Fot. Elisabeth Fazel.

Leopold-Franzens-Universität, Innsbruck

University of Innsbruck, Tyrol, Austria.
The University of Innsbruck is western Austria's largest institution of higher education and research and serves as the home university for Tyrol, Vorarlberg, South Tyrol and Liechtenstein. The University of Innsbruck is one of Austria's oldest universities. Its history goes back to the year 1562, when a Jesuit secondary school was founded in Innsbruck. Emperor Leopold I established the university in 1669. Today 16 faculties offer more than 120 study programs.
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The main building of the University of Innsbruck, Christoph-Probst-Platz
University Library
Monument of Christoph Hermann Probst, Innrain Innsbruck
Christoph Hermann Probst (1918-1943) was a German student of medicine and a member of the White Rose (Weiße Rose) resistance group.
University of Innsbruck. The new university campus. GEIWI-Turm
Fot. Wojciech Gatz.

Mittenwald: Matthias Klotz und Geigenbaumuseum

The famous violin maker Matthias Klotz, was baptized on June 11, 1653 in Mittenwald´s St. Peter and Paul Catholic church, South Bavaria, Germany.

A bronze statue of Klotz, in tribute as a violin making of Mittenwald, stands in front of Mittenwald's landmark St. Peter and Paul's Church at the mouth of the narrow street leading to the Violin-Making Museum (Geigenbaumuseum).

Son of Urban Klotz (Vrbanus Cloz, 1627–1691), a tailor and his wife Sophia (?-1681). He died in Mittenwald at age 90 on August 16, 1743 as a highly respected man – in Mittenwald documents he was repeatedly described as a world renown lute and violin maker – and is buried in the cemetery of the St. Nikolaus Church.
The Geigen Museum, Mittenwald Ballenhausgasse 3
Mathias Klotz became interested in music and instruments at early childhood. At the age of 12 in the years 1672 - 1678 took apprenticeship with master Giovanni Railich (Johann Railich), an Italian lute maker at Bottega di Lautaro al Santo in Padua, Italy. In 1683 Klotz, a skilled lute and violin maker returned prosperous to Mittenwald and established his own workshop. Matthias Klotz did not really build his instruments according to the classical Italian style but rather made them similar to those of masters from Fussen (a town in Bavaria) and Swabian (Southern Germany). Certain elements of his violins reflect the style of the Tyrolean master luthier Jacob Stainer.
Geigenbaumuseum in Mittenwald, Bavaria
The museum, situated in a beautiful square near the parish church, pays tribute to one of the oldest industries of Mittenwald - making violins, of which even Mozart possessed an example!
Window of Geigenbaumuseum in Mittenwald, Bavaria
The rooms are well set out so that you can view these ancient and not-so-ancient string instruments from all angles; there is a room furnished like a workshop of 100 years ago. The best part was the old films that were shown, the oldest being from 1924. 
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