A brief glimpse into the past

Play-off-Finale der Eishockey-Oberliga - Spiel 4:

Die Selber Wölfe empfangen die Eisbären Regensburg. Los geht's um 19:30 Uhr. Die Live-Übertragung auf @eisradio läuft schon....

Play-off-Finale der Eishockey-Oberliga - Spiel 4: Die Selber Wölfe empfangen die Eisbären Regensburg. Los geht's um 19:30 Uhr. Die Live-Übertragung auf @eisradio läuft schon....



Wahnsinn, der nächste Krimi. Wieder war es spannend bis zum Schluss. Memmingen spielt stark, aber unsere Eisbären fighten bis zum Schluss und bauen die Viertelfinal-Serienführung auf 2x0 aus!

#afzintn #zamhaltn #fühldenpuls #eisbaerenregensburg #regensburg @MMIndians

Wahnsinn, der nächste Krimi. Wieder war es spannend bis zum Schluss. Memmingen spielt stark, aber unsere Eisbären fighten bis zum Schluss und bauen die Viertelfinal-Serienführung auf 2x0 aus! #afzintn #zamhaltn #fühldenpuls #eisbaerenregensburg #regensburg @MMIndians



❗️Heute 17:00 Uhr - Spitzenspiel! 
Selber Wölfe vs. Eisbären Regensburg!

❗️Heute 17:00 Uhr - Spitzenspiel! Selber Wölfe vs. Eisbären Regensburg!



Team, Place & City Details

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J. C. Newman Cigar Company
J. C. Newman Cigar Company

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Regensburg Interim

The Regensburg Interim, traditionally called in English the Interim of Ratisbon, was a temporary settlement in matters of religion, entered into by Emperor Charles V with the Protestants in 1541. It was published at the conclusion on 29 July 1541 of the Imperial Diet known as the Diet of Ratisbon.

Regensburg (disambiguation)

Regensburg also called Ratisbon in English and Ratisbonne in French, a German city in Bavaria, south-east Germany

Regensburg
Regensburg

Regensburg ; older English: Ratisbon ; Bavarian: Rengschburg or Rengschburch) is a city in south-east Germany, at the confluence of the Danube, Naab and Regen rivers. With more than 150,000 inhabitants, Regensburg is the fourth-largest city in the State of Bavaria after Munich, Nuremberg and Augsburg.

Regensburg lecture
Regensburg lecture

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Regensburger Domspatzen
Regensburger Domspatzen

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Regensburg Cathedral
Regensburg Cathedral

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Regensburg Hauptbahnhof
Regensburg Hauptbahnhof

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Regensburg–Passau railway

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Regensburg Museum of Danube Shipping
Regensburg Museum of Danube Shipping

The Regensburg Museum of Danube Shipping is a maritime museum of river shipping on the river Danube and other rivers, sited in the town of Regensburg in Germany. It also contains art collections on that topic, along with material on boatmen's work and training.

Regensburg Museum of History
Regensburg Museum of History

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Regensburg University of Applied Sciences

The Regensburg University of Applied Sciences is a university in Regensburg, Germany. It was founded in 1971 as a college for technology, business and social work.