Ladies & Gentlemen, das lange Warten hat ein Ende!!!
Am Freitag , den 23.11.2018 eröffnen wir Murphys Pub & Club in Unterhaching.
Zum Grand Opening präsentieren wir euch DJ Sim (SoulSuga Dj, Dubai Kalifa, Zrce Beach). Er heizt euch ein mit Hip Hop, Reggaton und aktuellen Hits. Für unsere Gäste nur das BESTE!
Feiert mit uns die langersehnte Eröffnung des Murphys Pub & Club Unterhaching! Wir freuen uns auf euch!
The birth of Amalie Auguste of Bavaria, Queen of Saxony: November 13, 1801:wife of King Johann of Saxony, in Munich, Bavaria (Germany)
Amalie was the fourth child of King Maximilian I of Bavaria and his second wife Caroline of Baden. She was the identical twin sister of Elisabeth Louise, later Queen of Prussia as wife of Frederick William IV of Prussia.
Amalie married on 21 November 1822 Prince John of Saxony, who reigned as King of Saxony between 1854 and 1873. John and Amelia had nine children, of whom six died at young ages and predeceased her.
A firm believer in divine-right absolute monarchy, the queen despised representative government and liberalism. Although she was an ultraconservative Catholic, it is unclear to what extent she was involved in the government's harsh persecution of Saxon Protestants in the 1860s, which included torture and long periods of incarceration.
After a long illness, she died from tuberculosis in Dresden in 1877.- #bavaria#bavarianroyalty#bavarianroyals#amalieaugusteofbavaria#johannofsaxony#prussia#elisabethludovikaofbavaria
The birth of Elisabeth Ludovika of Bavaria: November 13, 1801:wife of King Friedrich Wilhelm IV of Prussia, in Munich, Germany
Elisabeth the daughter of Maximilian I of Bavaria and Friederike of Baden. She was the identical twin sister of Queen Amalie of Saxony, consort of King John I of Saxony, and sister of Archduchess Sophie of Austria, mother of Emperor Franz Josef I of Austria and Emperor Maximilian I of Mexico; as well as Ludovika, Duchess in Bavaria, mother of Franz Josef's consort, Empress Elisabeth of Austria (Sisi), who was Elisabeth's godchild and namesake. She was known within her family as Elise.
On 29 November 1823, she married the future King Frederick William IV of Prussia and after becoming Queen consort of Prussia in 1840, she was never without influence in Prussian politics, where she was active in preserving the close friendship between Prussia and the Austrian Empire.
She was initially hostile to her nephew's wife, Victoria, Princess Royal but their relationship thawed when Vicky took care of Elisabeth and comforted her during the early painful days of her widowhood. Elisabeth never forgot Vicky's kindness and in her will broke with tradition by leaving Vicky her jewels. These jewels were meant to have been bequeathed to the current Queen, Elisabeth's sister-in-law, Augusta; this was an offense for which Augusta never forgave Vicky.
After her husband's death on 2 January 1861, Elisabeth lived quietly and dedicated herself to charity work in memory of her late husband. Her brother-in-law, Emperor Wilhelm I of Germany, held her in high regard as a true friend.
During a visit to her sister, Queen Amalie of Saxony, Elisabeth died in 1873.- #bavaria#princessofbavaria#bavarianroyalty#bavarianroyals#prussianroyals#prussianroyalty#elisabethludovika#FriedrichWilhelmiv#prussia
Die Parties rücken näher 🍻🎊 am 14.12. feiern wir den Relaunch von Schwebisch Hell im @craftbeerkiosk und am 15.12. gehts in der Locke in Wuppertal weiter. Das solltet ihr nicht verpassen 😉 frischer als an diesen Tagen wird das Bier kaum, und wir freuen uns riesig auf Euch!!!