ⓘ Goldkronach

                                     

ⓘ Goldkronach

On 25 June 1836, at 22:15, residents awoke to a man yelling "Fire! Fire!". In almost 2 hours, almost half of the eastern part of the town burned down, including the parish church, all two schools, the City Hall, 55 houses, and 16 other buildings. 127 families were rendered homeless. Three years later, on 18 June 1839 midnight, another fire broke out in the market. Within two hours, 29 houses and 17 buildings in the south side of town became the victims of the fire.

                                     
  • Line. The villages of Warmensteinach and Weidenberg and the town of Goldkronach lie on the Konigsheide. In a narrower sense the Konigsheide refers to
  • the settlement Mayakovskoye, today Kaliningrad Oblast, Russia part of Goldkronach a town in the district of Bayreuth, Germany Franz von Nemmersdorf
  • It was first described in 1862 for an occurrence in the Brandholz - Goldkronach District, Fichtelgebirge, Franconia, Bavaria. It occurs as a secondary
  • GieSen Haupt - und Realschule Alexander - von - Humboldt - Schule Goldkronach Grundschule Alexander - von - Humboldt - Gymnasium Greifswald
  • Wiesau and Fuchsmuhl, in the west are Weidenberg, CreuSen, Bayreuth, Goldkronach Bindlach and Bad Berneck, in the northwest are Gefrees, Zell im Fichtelgebirge
  • with Kulmbach and Mittelberg and the Lordship of Berneck, including Goldkronach Meinau, Wirsberg, Pretzendorf now called Himmelkron Zwernitz Castle
  • Hohehaid Entenmuhle Olschnitztal Bad Berneck 30 km Bad Berneck Goldkronach Bindlach Oschenberg Eremitage Bayreuth 16 km Bayreuth Eckersdorf Donndorf
  • level NN Bischofsgrun Brand Oberpfalz Erbendorf Ebnath Fichtelberg Goldkronach Konnersreuth Mehlmeisel Nagel Neusorg Schonbrunn Sparneck Trostau Warmensteinach
  • including Kulmbach and Mittleberg, and to the Lordship of Berneck, including Goldkronach meinau, Wirsberg, Pretzendorf, Zwernitz Castle and Trebgast. Herman