Synonyms for adelsberg or Related words with adelsberg

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Examples of "adelsberg"
Adelsberg is a mountain of Saxony, in southeastern Germany.
Bordering neighborhoods are, clockwise starting from the north, Yorckgebiet, Adelsberg, Bernsdorf, Lutherviertel, and Sonnenberg.
Gemünden's "Stadtteile" are Adelsberg, Aschenroth, Harrbach, Hofstetten, Hohenroth, Kleinwernfeld, Langenprozelten, Neutzenbrunn, Reichenbuch, Schaippach, Schönau, Seifriedsburg, Wernfeld and Massenbuch.
Adelsberg is an outlying centre ("Stadtteil") of Gemünden am Main in the Main-Spessart district, in Bavaria, Germany. It lies roughly 40 km northwest of Würzburg.
Along the southern flank of the Zeller Blauen are the remains of military earthworks. On the west mountainside, at an elevation of about 700 to 800 metres in the parish of Adelsberg, are the hamlets of Blauen and Oberblauen.
Another attraction was the "Chalet or Swiss Cottage" from the window of which the visitor could look at real waterfalls, against the background of the Mer de Glace and Mont Blanc, as painted by Mr Danson. There was also a "Stalactite Cavern", constructed by Bradwell and Telbin, based on one at Adelsberg in Germany.
Other papers analysed the potential of leading overseas coalfields. His paper on Styria and Austria presented his usual factual analysis of production and transport issues backed by economic analysis, but Members were then treated to a review of his 1854 Summer Holiday with slides of the Adelsberg Grotto, Fig.3.
The castle was first mentioned in the year 1274 with the German name Luegg, when the Patriarch of Aquileia built the castle in Gothic style. The castle was built under a natural rocky arch high in the stone wall to make access to it difficult. It was later acquired and expanded by the Luegg noble family, also known as the Knights of Adelsberg (the German name of Postojna).
Between the Kellersbach and Geroda the Black Mountains border on the Adelsberg Forest, part of the Schondra-Thulba-South Rhön, which in turn is part of the Hammelburg South Rhön. The latter is part of the South Rhön which in turn belongs to the major natural region unit of Odenwald, Spessart and South Rhön, which is part of the South German Scarplands and not the Central Uplands.
In the north and north-west the Kreuzberg Group is separated from the Dammersfeld Ridge by the rivers Brend and Sinn. In the southwest, the range is separated from the Black Mountains by the Kellersbach. In the south it borders on the major unit of the Hammelburg South Rhön and Adelsberg Forest, which are part of the major unit known as the Odenwald, Spessart und Südrhön. To the east is the Schönau Plateau, part of the Eastern South Rhön.
Albert Gyulai was at Tarvis with his 8,340-strong division organized into three brigades. General-Major Anton Gajoli led 2,800 men of the "Franz Jellacic" Infantry Regiment Nr. 62, "Reisky" Infantry Regiment Nr. 13, and a brigade battery of eight 3-pound cannons. General-Major Franz Marziani commanded 2,800 soldiers in the "Oguliner" Grenz Infantry Regiment Nr. 3, "Szluiner" Grenz Infantry Regiment Nr. 4, four squadrons of the "Ott" Hussar Regiment Nr. 5, and a Grenz brigade battery of eight 3-pound guns. General-Major Peter Lutz had 2,500 men in the "Marburg", "Cilly", "Laibach", and "Adelsberg" Landwehr. The artillery reserve included one position battery of six 12-pound guns.
Philipp von Cobenzl grew up at Predjama Castle ("Burg Lueg") near Postojna ("Adelsberg"). He joined the Habsburg diplomatic service; in 1777 he accompanied Emperor Joseph II (in the disguise of a "Count Falkenstein") on his visit to his sister Queen Marie Antoinette in France. Immediately afterwards, Cobenzl travelled to Berlin as a Habsburg envoy, but was not able to prevent the Prussian king Frederic the Great from entering the War of the Bavarian Succession. In 1779 he concluded the Peace of Teschen and assumed the office of an Austrian vice-chancellor, eventually succeeding State Chancellor Prince Wenzel Anton of Kaunitz-Rietberg in 1792. However, already in March 1793 upon discords regarding the Second Partition of Poland, he had to resign from office in favour of Baron Johann Amadeus Francis de Paula von Thugut.
Gavasini resigned from the army in 1806, but was recalled up to service before the outbreak of the War of the Fifth Coalition. At the beginning of the conflict he commanded a brigade of Landwehr that comprised two battalions from Trieste, two battalions from Gorizia (Görz), and four battalions from Postojna (Adelsberg). After the eruption of the Tyrolean Rebellion, the Austrian high command dispatched Johann Gabriel Chasteler de Courcelles and a division to the aid of the rebels. In the consequent reorganization of Archduke John of Austria's Army of Inner Austria, Gavasini emerged as brigade commander in the IX Armeekorps of Ignaz Gyulai. His brigade was made up of three battalions of the "Reisky" Infantry Regiment N. 13 and one and one-half battalions of the "Otocaner" Grenz Infantry Regiment Nr. 2. He led this unit at the Battle of Sacile on 16 April 1809. The VIII Armeekorps of Albert Gyulai absorbed the main attack of Eugène de Beauharnais' army while the IX Armeekorps waited in reserve. In the afternoon, Archduke John unleashed Ignaz Gyulai's troops and they pressed back the outmatched Franco-Italian left flank to win the contest.