Neither Bavaria nor Switzerland have moved since 1835, though the borders of Bavaria have changed a little. Since Bavaria lost the Tirol to Austria in 1815, there has been no common land border between Bavaria and Switzerland. But they both have coasts on Bodensee (aka Lake Constance). At the nearest point they are separated by a distance of approximately 25 Km of water.
Guten Morgen. You can say this anywhere in Germany. In Bavaria and Austria, a more common greeting is Gruß Gott.
Beer is an international and ancient beverage, popular worldwide. But Germany has Oktoberfest, and a rich culture of world famous beers. The Great Beer Festival held in London
The main language spoken in Bavaria is Austro-Bavarian German.There are also 3 dialect groups of the Austro-Bavarian language:Northern BavarianCentral BavarianSouthern BavarianThe official language of Bavaria is German, as Bavaria is a German state. People there speak a very distinctive dialect, but it's still recognized as German, and said people can also speak and understand High German.Bavarians speak several different dialects of German. Franconian is also a common language that is spoken in the administrative area of the district.In Bavaria they speak Austro-Bavarian, its sort of like standard German but not quite. Like Spanish and Portugeuse.
It is a common misconception actually... BMW stands for "Bayerische Motormen Werke" or in English, "Bavarian Motor Works". Bavaria is a German federal state in the southeast of Germany.
The "Enten Tanz" is the most common dance at the "Wiesn", which entails flapping bent arms like a duck !!The most popular song in 2008 is "DJ Ã–tzi"with "Ein Stern (Der Deinen Namen TrÃ¤gt)"
It is about a princess who's lady-in-waiting tries to become the princess and while she is trying to come up with a way to show she is the true princess has to be a common Goose Girl and learns the way of the people of Bayern.
Yes, the noun anger is a common noun, a word for any kind of anger of anyone.A proper noun is the name of a person, place, thing, or a title; for example:Anger, Bavaria, GermanyAnger Street, Blenheim, ON, Canada"Anger Management", 2003 movie starring Jack Nicholson and Adam Sandler
GÃ¼nzburg, Bavaria, is in Germany's telephone area code 08221, or +49 8221 in international format.(The plus sign means "insert your international access prefix here." From a GSM mobile phone, you can enter the number in full international format, starting with the plus sign. The most common prefix is 00, but North America (USA, Canada, etc.) uses 011, Japan uses 010, Australia uses 0011, and many other countries use different prefixes.)
In German, the word "fichte" means "spruce", but in the Bavarian dialect "Fichte" is spelled like "Feichtn". So the ancestor of a man called Feichtner could have been some Bavarian who had something to do with spruces, most probably he cut them down. "Feichtner" is a name which is still quite common in Bavaria.
The noun 'rain' is a common noun, a general word for any water condensed in the atmosphere that falls in droplets.A proper noun is the name of a person, a place, a thing, or a title; for example:Dr. Kelly L. Rain PHD, Clinical Psychology, Melbourne, FLRain, Donau-Ries district, Bavaria, GermanyRain Africa (botique), New York, NY"Rain Man", 1988 movie with Tom Cruise and Dustin Hoffman
Accordion - originated in Saxony and Bohemia, now common throughout the world Bagpipe (Dudelsackspfeiff or Sackpfeifen) Hackbrett - similar to hammered dulcimer. Tuned chromatically, played only on one side of the bridges. Nyckelharpa-keyed fiddle used in N. Germany Konzertina Concertina German bassoon Zither-Bavaria Krummhorn