FC Tirol Innsbruck

FC Tirol Innsbruck was an Austrian association football club from Innsbruck,
Tyrol which existed between 1993 and 2002, when bankruptcy was declared. The club, at first named FC Innsbruck Tirol, won the Austrian football championship (Erste Liga) in 2000, 2001 and 2002. Today, as a spiritual continuation of FC Tirol is a club Wacker Innsbruck. Now a team called FC Tirol playing in amateur league.

In the period of the greatest successes of FC Tirol for club played Radoslaw Gilewicz and Jerzy Brzęczek, former Polish national football team players.

Innsbruck, football stadium
 
The last coach of FC Tirol was Joachim Löw and led the team to the Austrian championship in 2002. Löw is the current manager of the German national football team. In 2014, he led the German team to victory at the World Cup in Brazil.
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Nacht der 1000 Lichter in der Heilig Geist Kirche in Telfs

Details of the Night of a Thousand Candles at "Heilig Geist" Church in Telfs, Tirol, Austria. 31 October 2014.
All-souls-day-candles inHeilig Geist Kirche in Telfs
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Nacht der 1000 Lichter in der Heilig Geist Kirche in Telfs
Nacht der 1000 Lichter in der Heilig Geist Kirche in Telfs
Nacht der 1000 Lichter in der Heilig Geist Kirche in Telfs
Nacht der 1000 Lichter in der Heilig Geist Kirche in Telfs


59. Wildschönauer Talfest 2014

The well-known Valley Festival Wildschönau (Germ. Talfest) is one of the biggest festivals in Tyrol, Austria. Every year it takes place in another village of the Wildschönau - Niederau, Oberau or Auffach. The Valley Festival Wildschönau offers an opening festival with barrel tapping, a traditional move on Sunday, concerts and folk music. Guaranteed great fun! About Wildschönauread here LINK
All photos by Janusz Słota.
Wildschönauer Talfest 2014
Wildschönauer Talfest 2014

 Wildschönauer Talfest 2014
Wildschönauer Talfest 2014

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Gothic Schriften: Schwabacher, Textur, Rotunda, Fraktur

The "Schwabacher" Gothic letter has been in use since 1472. Its name is derived from either the city of Schwabach ( Bavaria ) or a printer named Schwabacher. Luther´s translation of the Bible was printed in this font.
Gothic letters /Textur/ on the traditional Tyrolean clothes. The kind of monogram. Fot. Elisabeth Fazel.

The Schwabacher was a blackletter typeface that evolved from textualis under the influence of Humanist type design in Italy. It was nearer to handwriting than the textualis style. In the 16th century, it was displaced by fraktur as the most-used German typeface from about 1530. Thereafter it was in use as a secondary typeface in a similar way to italic. It was still used occasionally until the mid 20th century. Source: Wikipedia.
From "Type and National Identity" by Peter Bain and Paul Shaw.

What is Gothic? Gothic was the culminating artistic expression of the middle ages, occurring roughly from 1200—1500. The term Gothic originated with the Italians who used it to refer to rude or barbaric cultures north of the Italian Alps.
According to Christopher Wren's Saracenic Theory, Gothic style had nothing to do with the Goths, rather it was a style influenced by a number of factors including Saracenic art —an Islamic influence from the Crusades.        
The Gothic spirit took hold in France, Germany and England where it was manifested through unhindered upward striving: the vertical supplanted horizontals as the dominant line in architecture; the pointed arch replaced the round arch of the Romans; the almond shape, or mandorla, was preferred. Gothic writing forms reflected this aesthetic.
Blackletter type is often misleadingly referred to as either Old English or gothic, two terms that are only partially accurate. Blackletter is an all encompassing term used to describe the scripts of the Middle Ages in which the darkness of the characters overpowers the whiteness of the page.
Old street name plate in Telfs, Tyrol, Austria .Schwabacher fonts. Fot. Elisabeth Fazel.

The basic black letter scripts are textura and rotunda, the former primarily associated with northern Europe and the latter with southern Europe. These are both book scripts. Textualis, also known as textura or Gothic bookhand, was the most calligraphic form of black letter, and today is the form most associated with "Gothic". Johannes Gutenberg carved a textualis typeface – including a large number of ligatures and common abbreviations – when he printed his 42-line Bible. However, the textualis was rarely used for typefaces afterwards.
Bastarda, a third category of blackletter originally confined to documents, was elevated to formal status in the 15th century French and Burgundian book of hours...Rotunda types soon followed, cut by printers in Switzerland, and more importantly in Italy.
After 1480 schwabacher types, based on local bastarda traditions, appeared in Bohemia, Switzerland, austrian North Tyrol and the German states.

Treze Tilias - Tiroler Stadt in Brasilien

Treze Tílias (German: Dreizehnlinden, literally "Thirteen Lindens") is a municipality located in the state of Santa Catarina in south Brasil. The municipality population estimate is ca 5, 500. Treze Tílias was originally created on October 13, 1933. 
Treze Tílias from www.trezetilias.com.br
Founded by Andreas Thaler who was born in Wildschönau /North Tyrol - LINK/ - former Austrian minister of agriculture, who lead the group of immigrants , the large majority from Tyrol and Vorarlberg. The economy of Treze Tílias is based on agriculture, tourism, and woodworking.
Treze Tilias coat of arms
Treze Tílias is a typically Austrian city. Its natural and climatic similarities to the Tyrol region. Today, in addition to the view, the entire city is reminiscent of Austria: the two-story white houses with wooden details on the windows and window boxes, the cuisine, traditions, festivals and typical dances, as well as the beautiful and well cared for parks. There is also an emphasis on the colonial products, Austrian handicrafts and the town’s main tourist event: Tirolerfest.
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Romantik Ferienregion Wildschönau

Holiday romantic region Wildschönau in Austrian Tyrol including the four villages: Niederau, Oberau, Auffach and Thierbach and  is located in the area of Kufstein - Hohe Salve - Wildschönau in the Kitzbühel Alps close to the city of Wörgl.
Wildschönau - Oberau. Fot. Janusz Słota.
For a long time mining was the main source of income in this area, while today tourism and pastoral economy prevail. There are also some famous citizens, including the Porsche Supercup racing driver Norbert Siedler, as well as Andreas Thaler (1883-1939), agricultural minister and founder of Treze Tílias - LINK (in German: Dreizehnlinden), a Tyrolean village in Brazil.


According to legends, the area of Wildschönau has once been covered by a lake, at the river of which a dragon resided. 

When a farmer killed the dragon, before that the dragon stroke the rock that delimited the lake. As a consequence the water of the lake flowed into the Kundl gorge, which made the beautiful Wildschönau high valley emerge. This dragon is also pictured on the emblem of Wildschönau, on dark blue and black background


The 1st Tyrolian Woodmuseum (Holzmuseum) in Wildschönau. Fot: Janusz Słota.
In summer there is a network of 300 km hiking trails available, while the main winter activities are skiing, as the Ski Jewel Alpbachtal Wildschönau skiing area offers 128 km of well-groomed slopes.
About Valley Festival Wildschönau CLICK HERE
Sources: www.tyrol.tl, www.travelplanet.pl