THE MÜNCHNER KINDL

THE MÜNCHNER KINDL Münchner/Munich was a tiny settlement in 1156 when Henry of the Lions gained the title Duke of Bavaria. Within this settlement was a Benedictine monastery.   And not far away was the “Salt Road” extending to Augsburg from the salt mines in Bad Reichenhall and Hallein.…

Coat of arms of Munich - Wikipedia

By the 19th century the figure was portrayed as youthful and became known as the Münchner Kindl or Munich Child. The coat of arms in its current form was created in 1957 and is still an important symbol of the Bavarian state capital.Former municipalities with their own coat: Au, ……

Translation: Brauerei zum Münchner Kindl....

The Münchener Kindl (Munich Child symbol of Munich) is featured on the lid. The " Schützenliesl " (popularly called the "Target Lady") is officially on the front. This depiction is from a painting of a beautiful young lady, Coletta Möritz, by Friedrich August von Kaulbach ca. 1880 and was used in a variety of very suddessful advertisements of the time.…

Questionnaires - kindl.org

Assessing health related quality of life in chronically ill children with the German KINDL: first psychometric and content-analytical results. Quality of Life Research, Vol. 4, No 7; Ravens-Sieberer, U. & Bullinger, M. (1998b). News from the KINDL-Questionnaire – A new version for adolescents. Quality of Life Research, 7, 653.…