You will taste various specialties in cafes and restaurants, and receive additional carefully selected recommendations.Come with us and get to know the food, culture, and people of Augsburg.For most, the food samples are enough to constitute a full lunch.Please inform us of any special dietary requirements (vegetarian, diabetic etc). Please Note: The tour is not suitable for vegans, people with lactose or gluten intolerance, or those with nut allergies.
More information here: 49 (0)821 796 242 49 Price:33 Euro per ticket, 16,50 Euro for children under 12 years When: Fridays and Saturdays, all year round We highly recommend taking our food tours at the beginning of your visit.The former old cathedral in the former Episcopal city, more than 1000 years old, is not to be missed.In addition to learning about the history, architecture, and culture, you will experience many culinary delights on our Augsburg tour.In the technically oriented large bakery, machines are mainly used if a quality enhancement or quality assurance can be achieved thereby.With this in mind, a new building for the storage of raw materials according to special requirements was planned and constructed in 2006 as well.
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With a 2000 year old history, it has so much to offer—from the Roman age through to the industrial revolution and its famous textile industry. Augsburg old town radiates with this Mediterranean feel.Narrow streets and places invite you to stroll, take a look in small restaurants, or have a seat in a cafe. We will begin at the historic building of the Stadtmetg and stroll through the „Kaisermeile,“ dwn the glacial riverside, through winding streets and innumberable channels of an artisan center.In sixteenth-century usage, the term Nicodemism referred to persons who overtly conformed to the official religion but privately practiced another (proscribed) religion or none. Sometimes it also included persons who were devout, but who refused to choose between one Christian confession and another. Is it not true that such groups have met annually in April or May and again in the autumn in the woods outside of town and that strange sermons were preached from above in the trees? While the vigorous persecution of Anabaptists began to wane by the mid-1530s, the policing of religious observance grew stricter.
In the German lands, this was especially true in places where both major confessions, Catholic and Lutheran, were established. What is his understanding of the Holy Sacraments, especially Baptism? At the present time, and until God grants him grace and more understanding, he believes that there are two sacraments, Baptism and the Eucharist, and the Sacrament of Baptism is especially necessary to acquire salvation. It is true that for a time he has attended neither the one church nor the other on Sundays and holy days.
Generally speaking, aside from some incidences of persecution early on, Lutherans and Catholics did not try one another for heresy. No conventicle or meeting of the type specified was ever organized or held in his house or garden [ .
The chief heretics persecuted in the German lands were the people whom their enemies grouped as Anabaptists.
It is estimated that approximately 1,000 Anabaptists were executed in the German lands (many more were tried but acquitted), with the vast majority of these executions occurring between the late 1520s and 1580.
The fear of Anabaptism resulted from a general cultural tendency, understandable in the wake of the German Peasants’ War of 1525, to equate heresy with insurrection. Is it not true that not many years ago, conventicles and meetings were organized and held nearly every Sunday or holy day in Altenstetter's house, sometimes in the garden [ .