|Alumneum, The word “Alumneum” was used for Protestant religious schools that
emerged out of former monasteries. This building still houses a
religious fellowship. In Alemneum we attended the official part of the venue. As always the Croatia delegation was the largest among the all of the present participant. |
Any time women come together with a collective intention, it's a powerful thing. Whether it's sitting down making a quilt, in a kitchen preparing a meal, in a club reading the same book, or around the table playing cards, or planning a birthday party, when women come together with a collective intention, magic happens.
During the break. Nives. Loredana M. Laura.
Alida Perkov, the president of the BPW Danube net. Dragica Lukin, pastry chef.
How to be always young ... with cream beauty helps with Naturalissima and Blanka.
From Peroj and Villa Loredana, and Fitoaroma Vodnjan.
Two blondies, Patrizia the big boss in the concrete building elements, and Alenka, excelent tour operator and owner of Birikina travel agency.
Marija Ribarić, Nives, Dragica, Darinka and Nela.
Alida and Marija.
The measurements that the merchants of Regensburg used; these were the legal definitions of a foot (the shoe-shaped thing), a cubit (the medium strip), and a fathom (the long strip). Regensburg traded with Venice, which wasn’t part of the Holy Roman Empire and had its own and Venice has her own measurements.
Regensburg has a very interesting political history. During the middle age was a "free imperial city, and subject only to the Holy Roman Emperor.
From 1663 it was the permanent seat of the Perpetual Diet of Regensburg, the Holy Roman Empire’sequivalent of the modern Reichstag. In the evening as the guests in the Rathaus and the Burgermeister. The Gotic doorway on the Rathaus.
A minority of the population remained Roman Catholic, and Roman Catholics were denied civil rights (Bürgerrecht). But the town of Regensburg must not be confused with the Bishopric of Regensburg. Although the Imperial city had adopted the Reformation, the town remained the seat of a Roman Catholic bishop and several abbeys.. Three of the latter, St. Emmeram, Niedermünster and Obermünster, were estates of their own within the Holy Roman Empire, meaning that they were granted a seat and a vote at the Imperial Diet (Reichstag). So there was the unique situation that the town of Regensburg comprised five independent "states" (in terms of the Holy Roman Empire): the Protestant city itself, the Roman Catholic bishopric, and the three monasteries (mentioned previously). In addition, it was seen as the traditional capital of the region Bavaria (not the state), acted as functional co-capital of the Empire (second to the Emperor's court at Vienna) due to the presence of the Perpetual Diet, and it was residence of the Emperor's Commissary-Principal to the same diet, who with one very brief exception was a prince himself (longstandingly the Prince Thurn and Taxis, still resident in the town). (from Internet)
Mrs. Alida Perkov and the Mayor.
Mrs. Arzu Ozyol from Turkey.
Loredana, Jelena and Danijela
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