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They were surrounded by lots of houses and situated 1.5km to a big hospital (Barmherzige Brüder - "Mercyful Brothers").
Pentling is pretty close to Regensburg and the University.Other than the link I just added, there is no mention.184.108.40.206 , 25 September 2007 (UTC). dating dk Vejle The Messerschmitt Factories were located about 5km west of the towncentre, often reffered to the big cathedral.Still Pentling is a small village of its own with its own administration/major.The 10 minutes walk to the University is a huge exageration by the way.
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--Doric Loon , 11 December 2006 (UTC) Pentling is in Regensburg Landkreis.However this article is about the city itself, and not the Landkreis which is here Regensburg (district) so I think it is correct to say here that he did not live in Regensburg.The notable thing about the statue is that when looking at it from the one side, it pictures a bishop feeding geese, but when looking at the back of the statue, one can see that the bishop is really a fox in disguise that already has a dead goose in his jaws.I do not know the official story behind it, but I was told that the statue expresses people's unhappiness with the exploitation of the common folk by the bishop. The statue referres to a story called the "Gänsepredigt" (geese sermon)..254 (talk) I need some help here regarding the Schweinfurt-Regensburg mission.
The factory/factories must have been outside town, as the site for the raid sugests heavy damage, while the site for Regensburg, the town, says that it escaped the war more or less unscathed. Can someone give a location for the factories relative to the town center and elaborate on Regensburg during the war.This article is within the scope of Wiki Project Bavaria, a collaborative effort to improve the coverage of Bavaria on Wikipedia.This article is within the scope of Wiki Project Cities, a collaborative effort to improve the coverage of cities, towns and various other settlements on Wikipedia.I'm aware of the 1684 'Truce of Ratisbon', but always wondered where it had been signed - it would never have occurred to me that it was a German city, but the name doesn't suggest any other specific language either. It says that Pope Benedict XVI has never been a resident of Regensburg while he taught theology at the University of Regensburg from 1969 to 1977.I wouldn't even be sure how to pronounce it: RAT-is-bon? It's totally non-sense because if he taught there for 8 years, it means he actually lived there.