Synonyms for kreuth or Related words with kreuth

rottach              niederdorf              feldkirchen              hundsdorf              breitenbrunn              wolfach              schwarzach              krumbach              berching              burladingen              albstadt              ossiach              steindorf              pfaffenberg              kurort              knittelfeld              hermsdorf              rohrdorf              gersdorf              rudolfplatz              bretzfeld              egern              wasungen              schrozberg              rodach              ostrau              hartmannsdorf              elzach              illingen              holzheim              leichlingen              kaltenbrunn              kreuztal              kenzingen              riedlingen              eggenfelden              berghausen              malchin              efze              triebes              lesachtal              sasbach              herbolzheim              telfs              sundern              neuenkirchen              wilhelmsdorf              kipsdorf              wunsiedel              werfen             

Examples of "kreuth"
Ludwig Wilhelm died on 5 November 1968 in Wildbad Kreuth.
Walter Warlimont died in Kreuth near the Tegernsee.
Another initiative, Predator Hunter, headed by Wendell Kreuth, aims to track down and expose the pornography-related activities of alleged 'sexual predators'. In 2002, Kreuth disclosed details of his activities in an interview with Minnesota Public Radio.
Lisa Gelius (Munich, 23 July 1909 - Kreuth, 14 January 2006) was a German versatile athlete.
He died at Bad Kreuth in the Bavarian Highlands on 14 June 1893.
Duchess Sophie in Bavaria (); 22 February 1875 in Possenhofen, Bavaria – 4 September 1957 in Kreuth, Germany).
The FIL World Luge Natural Track Championships 1984 took place in Kreuth, West Germany.
Kreuth is a municipality in the district of Miesbach in Bavaria in Germany.
Karl-Theodor died at Kreuth in 1909. He is buried in the family crypt in Schloss Tegernsee.
Giuseppe Cerise was an Italian luger who competed in the mid-1980s. A natural track luger, he won a silver medal in the men's singles event at the 1984 FIL World Luge Natural Track Championships in Kreuth, West Germany.
The Bodenschneid rises between the lakes of Tegernsee, Schliersee and Spitzingsee and lies in the southern part of the district of Miesbach right on the boundary between the parishes of Kreuth to the west and Schliersee to the east.
Max married the Swedish Countess Elisabeth Douglas (granddaughter of a general, Count Archibald Douglas), in a civil ceremony in Kreuth on 10 January 1967 and in a religious ceremony in Munich on 24 January 1967.
Bad Bleiberg is situated west of the district's capital Villach in a high valley on the northern slope of the "Dobratsch" massif, part of the Gailtal Alps mountain range. It consists of the Katastralgemeinden "Bleiberg" and "Kreuth".
In 1722 "Alois Bonaventura", Earl of Kreuth took over the Hofmark Arnschwang. In this time the grand gallery above the vestry of the parish church was created, it can be admired till today.
He married on 19 March 1917 in Kreuth with Princess Eleonore Anna Lucie zu Sayn-Wittgenstein-Berleburg, daughter of Prince Franz zu Sayn-Wittgenstein-Berleburg and Julia Cavalcanti d'Albuquerque de Villeneuve.
He married, thirdly, Sabine Margarete Biller (25 June 1941 – 27 June 1996 in Kreuth), daughter of Alfred Carl Biller, on 20 January 1986 in Grünwald. They had no children.
A great supporter of chamber music and contemporary music, she founded the Musikfest Kreuth with her husband, Oleg Kagan, in 1990. She continued the festival in memory of Kagan, who died in 1990.
A signed hiking trail runs along the crest of the Blauberge that enables the entire massif to be traversed. The start point for this popular, but long circular route is usually Wildbad Kreuth. The path climbs from there via "Siebenhüttenalm" and through the "Wolfsschlucht" to the saddle between Schildenstein and Predigtstuhl and is secured by cables in places. Other trails lead from the Guffert Hut or from Achenwald. The eastern end of the Blauberge may be reached from the Guffert Hut or from Wildbad Kreuth (via the "Wenigberg Hut" or the "Bayrbachalm"). The whole circuit is estimated to take around eight hours.
Funding is provided predominantly from federal and state sources, but also from research and licence fees and donations. One of the larger donations was the castle Schloss Ringberg near Kreuth in Bavaria, which was pledged by Luitpold Emanuel in Bayern (Duke in Bavaria). It passed to the Society after the duke died in 1973, and is now used for conferences.
Erik Ode (born Fritz Erik Signy Odemar, 6 November 1910 in Berlin – 19 July 1983 in Kreuth-Weißach) was a German director and actor who was most famous for playing Kommissar "Herbert Keller" in the German television drama "Der Kommissar" (The Police Inspector). He married Hilde Volk in 1942.