Synonyms for sonnberg or Related words with sonnberg

sommerau              hundsdorf              staudach              holzen              steindorf              kipfenberg              hinterberg              kaltenbrunn              vorau              herrieden              gebesee              abenberg              schachen              rottach              leopoldsdorf              georgenthal              wiesenbronn              micheldorf              wolfsbach              klosterberg              lesachtal              karlshof              trochtelfingen              klingenbach              burladingen              freystadt              hettingen              wildegg              rotmoos              niederdorf              wilhelmsdorf              burgruine              michelsdorf              schwaig              pfaffenberg              rastenberg              albersdorf              olbersdorf              hohentannen              hofen              vornholz              krottendorf              waldegg              altmannstein              dehrn              breitenbrunn              diegten              volkach              lichtenegg              oltingen             



Examples of "sonnberg"
1970 Establishment of the development company "Erschließungsgesellschaft Ellmau GmbH", Construction of the "Sonnberg" lifts in Brixen
Achenberg, Brixen-Zentrum, Buchberg, Buchschwent, Feuring, Griesberg, Hof, Lauterbach, Maria-Luisenbad, Ritschberg, Salvenberg, Schön, Sonnberg, Vordermoosen und Winkl.
Sonnberg im Mühlkreis is a municipality in the district of Urfahr-Umgebung in the Austrian state of Upper Austria.
The "Sonnberg" Chairlift was extended up to found the Sonnberg area of the resort in 1970. In 1986, a new Gondola lift was built as a replacement for this chairlift. In 1995, the company was transformed into a stock company. The main shareholders are: Bergbahnnen Sheffau GmbH & Co. (85.28%) and the Schilifte (ski lift operators). They have 60 employees in the winter season.
In 1949 Hermann Gmeiner founded the first SOS Children's Village in the Sonnberg district of Imst. The "SOS-Kinderdörfer" organization now runs over 450 such villages worldwide.
The municipality consists of the eight Katastralgemeinden Hüttengraben, Oberdorf-Niederdorf, Oberort, Obertal, St. Katharein an der Laming Schattenberg, Sonnberg and Untertal.
The Sixt Chapel ("Sixtkapelle") on the "Sonnberg", below the Vorderwaldberg, on the Old Gerlos Road (). Below the Sixtus Chapel lies the Augentrost Chapel ("Augentrostkapelle") which is also worth a visit.
The town borough is subdivided into the "municipalities" of: Am Horn, Aschbachbichl, Badhaussiedlung, Bichlach, Ecking, Felseneck, Griesenau, Griesenauweg, Gundhabing, Hagstein, Hausstatt, Henntal, Jodlfeld, Kaps, Mühlau, Obernau, Schattberg, Seereith, Siedlung Frieden, Am Sonnberg, Sonnenhoffeld, Staudach, Stockerdörfl and Zephirau.
Archduchess Margaretha married late in life. Her husband, Francesco Maria Taliani, Marchese di Marchio (22 October 1887 - 16 March 1968), was an Italian diplomat. The wedding took place on 27 November 1937 at Schloss Sonnberg, property of her brother Archduke Anton and his wife Princess Ileana of Romania.
Dominic Habsburg-Lothringen, also known as Dominic von Habsburg (born 4 July 1937, Sonnberg, Lower Austria) is a member of the House of Habsburg-Lorraine, also known by his ancestral titles as Archduke Dominic of Austria, Prince of Hungary, Bohemia, and Tuscany. All noble, royal, and imperial titles have been abolished and are forbidden in Austria and in Hungary.
Hadmar II of Kuenring ("c." 1140 – 22 July 1217) was an Austrian "ministerialis" of the Kuenring family and son of Albero III of Kuenring. In 1192 he held captive Richard the Lionheart, King of England, at Dürnstein Castle. He married Gisela of Sonnberg.
After Duke Leopold the Glorious died on 28 July 1230, disputes with his heir, Frederick II, Duke of Austria, infamously called the Warlike or Quarrelsome, rose up almost immediately. When Liutold and Conrad of Altenburg sent an appeal to Duke Frederick on 30 November 1230 for the demarcation of the abbey, the Kuenring brothers and their allies, the Sonnbergs under Hadmar I of Sonnberg, responded with vehement protest, declaring that such a thing would impoverish their houses. Frederick, in an act of apathy, waved it off and demanded they accept the new changes. This led to war in the early months of 1231, and it ended with the destruction of Sonnberg castle in April 1231. This dispute led to a complete enmity with Duke Frederick, and the forced acceptance of the Altenburg appeal. It became one of the basis for further rebellions in Austria.
After Duke Leopold the Glorious died on 28 July 1230, disputes with his heir, Frederick II, Duke of Austria, infamously called the Warlike or Quarrelsome, rose up almost immediately. When Liutold and Conrad of Altenburg sent an appeal to Duke Frederick on 30 November 1230 for the demarcation of the abbey, the Kuenring brothers and their allies, the Sonnbergs under Hadmar I of Sonnberg, responded with vehement protest, declaring that such a thing would impoverish their houses. Frederick, in an act of apathy, waved it off and demanded they accept the new changes. This led to war in the early months of 1231, and it ended with the destruction of Sonnberg castle in April 1231. The dispute led to a complete enmity with Duke Frederick, and the forced acceptance of the Altenburg appeal. It became one of the basis for further rebellions in Austria.
Aurauch is located 5 km south of district town of Kitzbühel on the river known as the Kitzbühler Ache and the road to Thurn Pass. The municipality is further divided into Unteraurach, Oberaurach and several scattered settlements and hamlets including Haberberg, Haselwand, Kochau, Sonnberg and Wiesenegg-Grüntal. It was mentioned for the first time in documents in 1289 s "Orwiorwe". Formerly a part of Kitzbühel district, Aurach became an independent municipality in 1833. It has 1171 inhabitants (as at 1 Jan 2010).
Dominic was born in 1937 in (Hollabrunn, Austria), where he was baptized Dominic Habsburg-Lothringen. In 1942, after spending the first few years of his childhood at Sonnberg Castle, he moved with his parents, his brother, and his four sisters to Romania. In Romania, Dominic resided with his parents at Bran Castle, Braşov. After his first cousin, King Michael I of Romania, was forced to abdicate the throne in 1947, Dominic and his family were exiled by the Communist regime and sought refuge in Switzerland and Argentina before ultimately settling in the United States.
Stefan was baptised with the name of Stefan von Habsburg-Lothringen. He was born in Mödling, Austria and spent the first years of his childhood in Castle Sonnberg, Austria. In 1942, he moved with his parents and four sisters and brother to Romania. While there, Stefan's parents made their residence at Bran, Braşov. After his 1st cousin, Michael of Romania,was forced to abdicate and expelled by the Communist late in 1947, Stefan left the country with his parents. Stefan then lived first in Switzerland, then in Argentina, and then finally in the United States. He was naturalized as a United States citizen. He was a graduate from Malvern Preparatory School and MIT. He established a division for advanced research at General Motors in Detroit, Michigan.
Brixen im Thale lies in Kitzbühel District about 10 km west of the district town of Kitzbühel at the head of the Brixental at 794 m above sea level, nestling amongst the grass-covered mountains of the Kitzbühel Alps. The highest mountain in the municipality is the Fleiding at 1,892 metres above the Adriatic. North of the village rises the mountain ridge of the Hohe Salve. South of the village are the Nachtsöllberg and the Gaisberg, separated by the valley of the Brixenbach. The slopes north of the municipality (known as "Sonnberg" or "Sonseitn" - sunny side) are mainly used for farming and only sparsely covered in conifers. The slopes south of the village (referred to as "Schattseitn" - shadow side) are covered by spruce forest, apart from a few alpine meadows.