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The picturesque city of Pappenheim is surrounded by Altmόhl river on three sides, and with its 4000 inhabitants, is now of minor importance. This was completely different in the times of the Holy Roman Empire when the counts of Pappenheim were Imperial Marshals.
In his last part of the Wallenstein trilogy, poet Friedrich Schiller makes Wallenstein say positive words about the Pappenheimer's loyalty, which became a common proverb in Germany: "Ich kenne meine Pappenheimer!"
Graf-Carl-Straίe in Pappenheim with protestant parish church, taken on film with Canon A1, scan from paper print.

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