Rothenburg ob der Tauber

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Roth·en·burg ob der Tau·ber

 (rōt′ən-bûrk′ ôp dər tou′bər)
A city of south-central Germany south of Würzburg. Established as a free city of the Holy Roman Empire in the 1200s, it passed to Bavaria in 1803 and is now among the best-preserved medieval walled towns of Europe.
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The Klinikum Rothenburg ob der Tauber has not held the required laundering in its own portfolio and can be reprocessed by an external service provider.
Fred Holidays (0808 250 7755) offers two nights B&B at three-star Hotel Ibis St Catherine, Brussels, from PS239, including return rail ex-St Pancras International; also two nights B&B at Rothenburg ob der Tauber from PS439, including return London-Frankfurt flights.
BEST FOR OFF THE BEATEN TRACK - Rothenburg ob der Tauber, Germany: Each year, this medieval town in Bavaria is transformed into a winter wonderland and its Reiterlesmarkt dates back to the 15th century.
Through the exercise of logic, and through weighing and judging words and things, these students would both learn the importance of theory and practice and at the same time imbibe the moral character needed to become responsible citizens of towns like Coburg and Rothenburg ob der Tauber, in which Libavius spent most of his life.
Churches in Nuremburg and Rothenburg ob der Tauber are described architecturally and in terms of the rites they adopted as examples of early Lutheranism's spectrum of practice.
Departing on August 6, this seven-day, two-centre tour is based in the towns of Bamberg and Rothenburg ob der Tauber and also includes visits to the Hermann Teddy Bear factory and the toy museum at Nuremberg.
The retreat, famed for its theatres as well as being the birthplace of the county's most famous son William Shakespeare, came ahead of San Pedro de Atacama in Chile, which was second, followed by Nelson in New Zealand, Honfleur in France and Rothenburg ob der Tauber in Germany.
To illustrate this view she describes the different forms the Eucharist took in two Lutheran cities, Nuremburg and Rothenburg ob der Tauber, where differing local cultural realities and religious traditions resulted in differing practices, albeit ones heavily influenced by Luther's "translocal" teachings.