ⓘ Altbayern

                                     

ⓘ Altbayern

Altbayern is the territory and people of the three oldest parts of the Free State of Bavaria, which were earlier known as Kurbayern after the former Electorate of Bavaria.

Altbayern mainly consists of the following Bavarian Regierungsbezirke administrative districts:

  • Upper Palatinate Oberpfalz. (Верхний Пфальц Оберпфальц)
  • Lower Bavaria Niederbayern. (Нижняя Бавария Niederbayern В)
  • Upper Bavaria Oberbayern. (Верхней Баварии, Верхней Баварии)

Since the term Altbayern is based on cultural difference compared to Franconia i.e., upper, middle and lower Franconia, and Swabia i.e. Bavarian Swabia, in some areas surrounding the upper Franconian town of Wunsiedel, as well as the Swabian Aichach-Friedberg district, are considered as part of Altbayern, because they share the same history, language and culture as the three previously mentioned areas. Strictly speaking, the Upper Austrian Innviertel also belongs to Altbayern, since it was part of the Bavarian electorate, while he was attached to Ertsgertsoga Austria in accordance with the 1779 Treaty of Teschen.

The state of "Baiern" has been called "Bayern" since the reign of king Ludwig I 1825-1848. From the beginning of his reign 1825 the official spelling of Bavaria was changed from "Baiern" to "Bayern" because of the kings love for the culture of Ancient Greece. Ideally, the term "Baiern" it would be logical description for "Altbayern" area, but since there is no difference in sound between the words "Baiern" and "Bavaria", and there is a great danger to mix them in writing, the term "Altbayern" is used.

Franconian and Swabian territories were United to the Kingdom of Bavaria, while the German mediatization and at the Congress of Vienna of 1815, therefore, they still have strong cultural and linguistic differences from Altbayern. Bavarian dialects are spoken in Altbayern and the neighboring Austrian lands, in contrast to Eastern Franconia and Swabian Alemannic in the Franconian and Bavarian regions of Swabia.

On Bavarian television and radio, a regular program called "Schwaben & Altbayern" to discuss current political and cultural topics Bavarias southern regions.

                                     
  • Lemberger c.1475 1480 after 1531 was a Late Gothic sculptor from Altbayern who worked in wood, metal and stone. His exact birthplace is unknown
  • Mittenwald. Mediate estates: several small territories in Old Bavaria Altbayern Entersdorf, Hollenburg, Ulmerfeld, and Waidhofen in Austria present - day
  • Selbmann und Peter Kefes: Friedrich Thiersch und der Neuhumanismus in Altbayern Wahrheit und Legende in German A. Baumeister 1894 Thiersch, Friedrich
  • of a municipal area reform to Freising. Historischer Atlas von Bayern, Altbayern Reihe I Heft 11 - 12: Die Landgerichte Dachau und Kranzberg, Seite 260 Germany
  • group s dialect or speech is known as the Bavarian language, native to Altbayern Old Bavaria roughly the territory of the Electorate of Bavaria in
  • municipality of GroSkarolinenfeld. In 1882, the first Protestant church in Altbayern war erected here. Fortschreibung des Bevolkerungsstandes Bayerisches
  • 1799 Studien zum Weinbau der altbayerischen Kloster im Mittelalter: Altbayern osterreichischer Donauraum, Sudtirol. Vol. 141 of Vierteljahrschrift
  • Bavarian Alps are only those ranges between the rivers Lech and Saalach Altbayern In this narrower sense, the Allgau Alps in Swabia, which have only been
  • Sunday after Whitsun Barthel, G. Hege, W. 1941 Barockkirchen in Altbayern und Schwaben. Deutsche Dome in German Deutscher Kunstverlag. p. 14
  • of Cheb Eger in the Czech Republic. The historic tripoint of ducal Altbayern the Franconian lands of Bayreuth, and the Bohemian Egerland lies near
  • Inn and flows through one of the most unspoiled regions of Old Bavaria Altbayern the Isen Valley. First seeing the light of day in the district of Muhldorf
  • Reich County Wiesensteig fell about two - thirds in 1642 by purchase to Altbayern and one third to the House of Furstenberg Swabia Through a land swap
  • Vitus Kloster in Bayern: Prull bei Regensburg - die einzige Kartause in Altbayern in German Coordinates: 49 00 03 N 12 05 18 E 49.000851 N 12.088405 E