Bavarian Alps

Bavarian Alps

A range of the Alps forming the border between southern Bavaria in Germany and the Tyrol in western Austria. It rises to 2,962 m (9,718 ft) at the Zugspitze.
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Highlights include the Rhineland, Cologne, Hamburg, Berlin and Bavarian Alps.
An enthusiastic traveller in pursuit of romantic landscapes - he even visited the English Lake District - Fearnley painted this crisp view in the Bavarian Alps in 1832.
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Its cities bear the mark of the Venetian Republic, its mountains evoke the Bavarian Alps, and almost half of this tiny country is covered in dense forests.
Barley malt, a 75-percent share of wheat malt, hops, top fermented yeast and spring water from the Bavarian Alps provide Franziskaner Hefe-Weisse with its typical fresh and full-bodied wheat beer taste.
W G Sebald, born in the Bavarian Alps, studied in Switzerland, adopted England as his home in 1986 when he became Professor of German at the University of East Anglia.
Two days after the roof crashed down in Bad Reichenhall in the Bavarian Alps, the toll stood at 14 - with a woman of 40 still believed buried.
Equally huge (yet shorter and shorter on every hearing) is the magnificent Alpensinfonie , a day in the life of not-particularly-stretched climbers in the Bavarian Alps of Strauss' homeland.
After earning a number of degrees and certificates in related industries, the Stomplers developed, owned and managed the very successful Kurhotel Barbarossa in the Western Bavarian Alps.
And in the shadow of the Bavarian Alps, even as the manager played hide-and-seek for the second time in a week, Chelsea demonstrated that they have the class, the quality and the grit to go all the way.
Heavy snowfalls have hit Germany's Bavarian Alps at a time when tourists are normally hiking in the sunshine.