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Tegernsee Bavaria

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Lebenslustig, freundlich, unternehme gerne viel, etwas verrückt. The original settlers of the area around the lake were Illyrians who arrived in the early Stone Age. The noble family of the Agilolfings ruled this region and the entire Duchy of Bavaria.

The abbey's name derives from Old High German tegarin seo , meaning "large lake". The monastery had a substantial influence on the development of Southern Bavaria during the Middle Ages. It fell into decay in after a series of defeats by the Magyars.

The emperor appointed a new abbot and granted the rights of free election of the abbot, freedom from taxes and imperial protection. Thus removed from the suzerainty of the Bavarian rulers, the abbey recovered its prosperity [4] and grew culturally and artistically. Workshops were founded for book making, for glass painting and for goldsmithing. Around Ruodlieb , an early German romance of knightly adventure written in Latin verse, was almost certainly written there. In the fifteenth century Cardinal Nicholas of Cusa corresponded with the abbot and prior about issues including mystical theology.

Because of its naturally protected position, Tegernsee suffered less from war and hardship than other parts of Bavaria. The monastery was secularized in and was acquired by the Bavarian royal family, the Wittelsbachs , who made it their summer residence. They brought court life and visitors to the lake, starting the tourism that characterizes the area today. The valley became overcrowded with evacuees, who were there for protection from the bombing of urban areas.

In the final weeks of the war, an SS division moved into the valley and built defenses against the American forces advancing from Bad Tölz. On May 3, , as American artillery prepared to open fire on the town, a wounded officer in the German army, Maj. Hannibal von Lüttichau , who was recovering in the makeshift military hospital, persuaded the SS to withdraw in order to save the town and its large population of noncombatants from the imminent bombardment. After persuading the SS to withdraw from the town, the Major advanced unarmed, in uniform, and alone towards the American forces under a white flag and convinced the commanding officer to spare the town.

Tegernsee is located in the Bavarian Alps , on the east shore of its eponymous lake, neighbouring Gmund am Tegernsee and Hausham to the north, Schliersee to the east and Rottach-Egern to the south. The Alpbach stream , whose bed it was planned to clean up in , runs through the center of Tegernsee. The Baumgartenschneid , a 1, metre mountain, is located not far from the town.

At the census, Tegernsee had a population of 3,, of whom 1, were male and 2, female. The former Benedictine Abbey of Tegernsee is open to visitors. The complex is composed of the parish church of Saint Quirinus, the former abbey church, and the adjacent north and south wings surrounding the two courtyards. Other historic buildings include the houses of writer Ludwig Ganghofer and painter Joseph Karl Stieler , and the summer residence of Lord Acton.

It has 17 exhibition rooms, and its theme is the history and culture of the Tegernsee valley from the Middle Ages to the present. The area around the Tegernsee lake serves as a recreational area.

Tourism plays an important part in the economy of the city and the district.

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