Erkunde Pfalz, Uhren und noch mehr!

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Idar-Oberstein, Germany  Can you believe I used to live near this place, and I traveled there all the time.  Loved the cobble stone streets, the people, and of course the castle and church!

Ein kleiner Ausblick auf wärmere Zeiten in diesem Eisigen Winter..... Der Klassiker: Blick auf das Schloß & die Felsenkirche in Idar-Oberstein. Wer - Idar-Oberstein in Sektion Skylines - hochgeladen am um Uhr

Elisabeth Charlotte, Prinzessin von der Pfalz, genannt Liselotte von der Pfalz (* 27. Mai 1652 in Heidelberg; † 8. Dezember 1722 in Saint-Cloud bei Paris), war Herzogin von Orléans und Schwägerin von König Ludwig XIV. von Frankreich. Literarische und historische Bedeutung erlangte sie u. a. durch ihren Briefwechsel, der durch seine teils sehr unverblümten Schilderungen des französischen Hoflebens von besonderem kulturgeschichtlichen Wert ist.

Liselotte von der Pfalz Schwägerin von Ludwig XIV. Hartes Los als Ehefrau von Philippe

10 Jahre Zassel Teil 2

Zassel's Harley Shop in Steinweiler/Pfalz. 10 jähriges Jubiläum mit der legendären N.O.S.Band

The Basilica of St. Kastor, the oldest church of Koblenz is located near the German Corner, at the confluence of the Rhine and Mosel.

The Basilica of St. Kastor, the oldest church of Koblenz is located near the German Corner, at the confluence of the Rhine and Mosel.

She might be good as Jeanne in my French/Palatinate/colonial novel  http://data.whicdn.com/images/33025371/87679523965291970_LHNGXRgp_c_large.jpg

How to Transition From Blonde to Red Hair

Then when in 1848 the French people had a third revolution and declared their country a republic, the unrest in Germany became more intense than ever. Indeed, the people became so violent in their demands for political freedom that many of the lesser princes yielded, and in all haste changed the government. Throughout the whole of Germany there was a revolution.   http://www.heritage-history.com/index.php?c=read&author=marshall&book=germany&story=divided_1

Then when in 1848 the French people had a third revolution and declared their country a republic, the unrest in Germany became more intense than ever. Indeed, the people became so violent in their demands for political freedom that many of the lesser princes yielded, and in all haste changed the government. Throughout the whole of Germany there was a revolution. http://www.heritage-history.com/index.php?c=read&author=marshall&book=germany&story=divided_1

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