Freising


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Frei·sing

 (frī′zĭng, -zĭnk)
A city of southern Germany northeast of Munich. An important medieval ecclesiastical center, it arose around the site of an 8th-century Benedictine abbey.
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The fourth International Interdisciplinary Munich-Freising Conference on the History of Christianity in Asia, Africa, and Latin America (Freising IV) will be held February 15-17, 2008, in Freising (near Munich), Germany.
1977: Appointed archbishop of Munich and Freising by Paul VI; becomes a cardinal three months later.
Kai Kein Respekt" includes works that Althoff originally showed in exhibitions at the Kunstverein Braunschweig (with Armin Kramer, 2002) and the Diozesanmuseum Freising (with Abel Auer, 2003), a Catholic institution.
At the university location Freising Weihenstephan of the University of Applied Sciences Weihenstephan-Triesdorf, the construction of a laboratory building for teaching and research in brewing and beverage technology is planned.
Contract notice: objektplanung building for the refurbishment of the gymnasium building with instrumental training rooms at the camerloher gymnasium in freising
Contract notice: hls planning for the refurbishment of the gymnasium with instrumental training rooms at the camerloher gymnasium in freising