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Max I. in Augsburg

 On the tacks of emperor Maimilian I in Augsburg.

por MoWoWing     Alemania > Bayern > Augsburg, Kreisfreie Stadt

N 48° 22.088' E 010° 53.890' (WGS84)

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 Tiempo requerido: 1:00 h   Distancia del camino: 2.0 km
 Ocultos en: 09. febrero 2017
 Publicado en: 13. diciembre 2017
 Última actualización: 11. agosto 2020
 Listado: https://opencaching.de/OC1372A
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This cache will lead you on a walk through the town to some still existing tracks of emperor Maximilian I in Augsburg.
In the city it is very difficult to find parking places. Best of all, you come with public means of transportation to the starting point which is near the stop "Moritzplatz" (tram lines 1 or 2, bus routes 22 or 32).

Maximilian I (*1459 +1519), called "the last knight", from 1477 was duke of Burgundy, from 1486 Roman-German king and from 1508 emperor of the holy Roman empire.
He often stayed in Augsburg. Many times in company of his "court jester", loyal confidant and consultant Kunz von der Rosen, also called "amusing consultant of the emperor".
From 1501 Maximilian even owned a house here, near the "Heilig Kreuzer Thor". Unfortunately in the following picture this house is covered by this gate tower.


Heilig Kreuzer Thor (seen from the Ludwigstraße)

 

To get into the town again after his hunting expeditions outside of the town walls also at night, the "Alte Einlass" (old entrance) was established specially for the emperor in the town fortification, roughly between the today's municipal theatre and the court house of the district court of Augsburg.



Der Alte Einlass (1840)

Its technology which functioned supposedly automatically was admired. Its ingenious mechanism was marveled at in whole Europe as a engineering marvel.
However, in reality guardians, so-called "Einlässer", in the upper floor of the building operated the mechanisms of the gate machine and the drawbridge manually. Three chambers which were opened successively were inserted.

The last relicts of the "Alter Einlass" were removed in the course of the demolition of the town fortification in 1867.

The narrow relationship of Maximilian to Augsburg is decisively caused to his financial dependence on the rich businessmen of the Fugger and Welser.

Because of his predilection for Augsburg (his 17 stays lasted a total of two years and 211 days) king Franz I von Frankreich called him derogatively the "mayor of Augsburg".

Today beside the name of "Maximilianstrasse" only a few inscriptions remind of emperor Maximilian.

The so-called imperial mile of Augsburg, the "Maximilianstrasse" originated only in 1809 after the demolition of the "Siegelhaus" and was named originally after the Bavarian king Maximilian I at that time. Only in 1957 emperor Maximilian I was explained to its name patron.


However, the Maximilianmuseum deals generally nothing with the emperor. It was opened in 1854 and named after the Bavarian king Maximilian II.

On your walk you will see several memorial tablets. The translations of the inscriptions can be found in the appendix.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Stage 1: N48°22.088 E010°53.890                    A =
This stage at least in this respect has relations to Maximilian I as it is situated at the beginning of the Maximilianstrasse.
Here also there is an inscription in which Maximilian plays a role.
Question: Which LIT D No (=A) had the house which formerly stood here?

 

Stage 2: N48°22.(A*20+15) E010°53.(A*7+705)        B =
Here you will find a very wistful farewell of Maximilian to Augsburg and his citizens.
Question: Which annual number (=B) carries this farewell?

 

Stage 3: N48°22.(B-1329) E010°53.(B-967)           C =
How far is it (air line) from this point to the front door of the court house (Landgericht Augsburg) Am Alten Einlass?
approx. 35 m ---> C = 35
approx. 75 m ---> C = 75
approx. 105 m ---> C = 105

 

Stage 4: N48°22.(193+C) E010°53.(487+C)            D =
                                                   E =

Near this place you can find several inscriptions. How many years (D) did this house belong to the emperor?
How many full months (E) was a well known contemporary of Maximilian arrested nearby.

 

Stage 5: N48°22.(D*30-22) E010°53.(E*50+67)        F =
With whom the emperor used to live here:
with his Gemahlin Blanca Maria ---> F = 100
with Kunz von der Rosen ---> F = 190
with Götz von Berlichingen ---> F = 236

 

Stage 6: N48°22.(F+306) E010°53.(F+545)            G =
How many years (G) did the "amusing consultant of the emperor" live here?

 

Final: N48°22.(2*D*G+42) E010°53.(4*E*G-84)
The GPS accuracy is very bad here and fickle.
However, with your skilled expert's eye you will find the box quickly.
It can be easily reached from the sidewalk!

Please put the box back exactely in the corner!

 

 

 

 

 

Translation of the inscriptions:

 

Now god bless you
dear Augsburg and
all godly citizens inside!
Surely we have had
some glad mind in you.
Now we will not see
you anymore.

Emperor Maximilian XXXX.

 

This house
was the seat of the provost,
newly constructed in 1508
by the cardinal
Matthäus Lang.
During his
stay in Augsburg
the emperor Maximilian I
and xxxxxxxxxxxxx
xxxxxxxxxxxxx
used to live here. 

 

In the house LIT. D No. X
which formerly
stood in this place
in 1468 Cardinal
Matthäus Lang
was born
one of the most activ
diplomats in the service
of emperor Maximilian I,
provost of the cathedral
of Augsburg and from 1519 up to
his demise in 1540 archbishop of Salzburg.

  This house belonged to
Emperor Maximilian I.
from the year XXXX
up to his death XXXX.
The nearby gate, called
"Einlass" (=admittance),
was built for him for the purpose
that he could come to his domicile
while the other gates were closed.
  Here lived
from the year XXXX to XXXX
Kunz von der Rosen,
citizen of Augsburg,
emperor Maximilian's
amusing consultant and most loyal
companion.
 

Here stood the
Kreuz-Thor tower,
construction time
11th century,
demolished in 1807.
In this tower
Götz von Berlichingen
from the XX of November
XXXX till the X of March ???
was imprisoned.

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Log de entrada por Max I. in Augsburg    encuentran 17x no encontrado 0x Nota 1x

encuentran 15. noviembre 2021, 21:20 Black_Tigers ha encontrado el geocache

Eine schöner Multi mit sehr schönem Logbuch 🙂
Nachlogg auf OC zum Logg auf GC vom 28.08.21
TFTC

encuentran 23. octubre 2021, 21:01 Savela ha encontrado el geocache

Nachdem der Termin in Augsburg erledigt war, sollte es zum Shoppen und Cachen in die Innenstadt gehen.

Diesen Multi wollte ich als gebürtiger Kaufbeurer schon deshalb machen, da  Kaiser Maximilian der Überlieferung nach den Kaufbeurern das Tänzelfest anlässlich eines Besuches im Jahr 1497 gestiftet haben soll.

Die Fragen an den Stationen konnten gut beantwortet werden und das Final dank dem Hint problemlos und unauffällig geborgen werden.

Danke für diese interessante Runde!

TFTC Savela

encuentran 15. octubre 2021 kazumi53 ha encontrado el geocache

Heute war ich auf Erledigungstour in der Stadt unterwegs und da ich noch etwas Zeit hatte, habe ich mich entschlossen diesen Multi zu lösen. Die Stationen hatte ich schnell erledigt, aber am Final waren ganz schön viele Muggels unterwegs. Nach einer kurzen Wartezeit konnte ich aber dennoch unauffällig loggen.

Danke für die Runde und dem einfallsreichen Final.

encuentran 16. mayo 2021 GEO phil ha encontrado el geocache

Heute abend begab ich mich auf die Spuren von Kaiser Maximilian. Erinnerungen an die schöne Sonderausstellung im gleichnamigen Museum kamen wieder hoch,

Die meisten Stages waren von anderen Multis bekannt, aber dennoch nett. Am Final lag glaub ich vor längerer Zeit schon mal eine andere Dose.

TFTC
GEO phil

encuentran 17. febrero 2019, 14:15 Line6 ha encontrado el geocache

Heute eine kurze Sonnenscheinrunde gemacht und diesen gut zu machenden Cache gelaufen.
Danke fürs legen
LINE6