A report on Max Planck Society and Kreuth

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Entrance of the administrative headquarters of the Max Planck Society in Munich

It was donated to the Max Planck Society in 1973.

- Kreuth

One of the larger donations was the castle Schloss Ringberg near Kreuth in Bavaria, which was pledged by Luitpold Emanuel in Bayern (Duke in Bavaria).

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Title used among others since 1506, when primogeniture was established, by all members of the House of Wittelsbach, with the exception of the Duke of Bavaria which began to be a unique position.

Title used among others since 1506, when primogeniture was established, by all members of the House of Wittelsbach, with the exception of the Duke of Bavaria which began to be a unique position.

Banz Abbey
Possenhofen Castle
Unterwittelsbach Castle
The house of Duke Maximilian Joseph in Munich
Tegernsee Abbey
The bath house ("Wildbad") Kreuth
The new and the old castle Biederstein, Munich
Schloss Ringberg on Lake Tegernsee
Wildenwart Castle

His wife, Princess Ludovika of Bavaria, daughter of King Maximilian I Joseph of Bavaria, inherited the Upper Bavarian Tegernsee Abbey, purchased in 1817 by king Maximilian I Joseph, together with the nearby bath house at Kreuth.

Luitpold Emanuel Ludwig Maria, Duke in Bavaria (1890-1973), the last issue of the in Bavaria junior branch, sold Possenhofen and Schloss Biederstein in Munich in order to finance his late romantic Schloss Ringberg, which he eventually left as inheritance to the Max Planck Society.