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Passau is a town in Lower Bavaria, Germany, also known as the Dreiflüssestadt ("City of Three Rivers") because the Danube is joined there by the Inn from the south and the Ilz from the north. Passau's population is 50,000, of whom about 12,000 are students at the University of Passau, renowned in Germany for its institutes of economics, law, theology, computer science and cultural studies.
Passau is a Landkreis in the southeast of Bavaria. It encloses the city of Passau geographically from two sides.
The University of Passau is a public research university located in Passau, Lower Bavaria, Germany. Founded in 1973, it is the youngest university in Bavaria and consequently has the most modern campus in the state.
St. Stephen's Cathedral (German: Dom St.
Passau Hauptbahnhof is the main railway station at Passau in Bavaria, Germany. Built in 1860, it has eight platforms, of which three are bay platforms and three are through tracks.
The Passau–Freyung railway, also known as the Ilz Valley Railway or Ilztalbahn, is a branch line in Bavaria, Germany. It runs from Passau to the town of Freyung in the Bavarian Forest.
The Passauer Eisenbahnfreunde or PEF is a German railway society with the aim of preserving historic railway vehicles in working order in order to operate them. The society was founded in 1978 in Passau.
The Passau–Erlau–Hauzenberg railway is a single-tracked branch line in the Regensburg railway division with a branch to Erlau–Obernzell, which was partially operated as rack railway using the Strub rack system.
The Passau–Neumarkt-Sankt Veit railway or Rott Valley Railway is a single-tracked, unelectrified branch line in southeastern Bavaria in Germany. At 98 kilometres it is the longest branch line in Bavaria.
Passauer Neue Presse is German newspaper established in 1946. It reports local news from the Passau region of Bavaria as well as international news.
Landsberg may refer to:
Landsberg Prison is a penal facility in the town of Landsberg am Lech in the southwest of the German state of Bavaria, about 65 kilometres west-southwest of Munich and 35 kilometres (22 mi) south of Augsburg. It is best known as the prison where Adolf Hitler was held in 1924, after the failed Beer Hall Putsch in Munich, and where he dictated his memoirs Mein Kampf to Rudolf Hess.
Landsberg is a Landkreis in Bavaria, Germany. It is bounded by (from the north and clockwise) the districts of Aichach-Friedberg, Fürstenfeldbruck, Starnberg, Weilheim-Schongau, Ostallgäu and Augsburg.