Category:Via Regia

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<nowiki>Via Regia; Via Regia; Via regia; Via Regia; Вія Рэгія; 王者大道; Kongevej; Via Regia; ヴィア・レギア; Via regia; Via regia; Via Regia; Kongeveg; Kongevei; Via Regia; Drumul Regal; Via Regia; Віа Регія; Via Regia; Via Regia; Reĝa Vojo; Via Regia; Via Regia; itinerario cultural europeo; route médiévale du Saint Empire romain germanique; jalan di Jerman; כביש בגרמניה; weg in Duitsland; Reichsstraße im Heiligen Römischen Reich deutscher Nation; medieval road in the Holy Roman Empire; medeltida väg i Centraleuropa; středověká cesta ve Svaté říši římské; strada medioevale del Sacro Romano Impero; 王の道 (中世ヨーロッパ); Віа Регіа; Via Regia; Kongeveiene; Kongeveier; Kongevejen</nowiki>
Via Regia 
medieval road in the Holy Roman Empire
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  • road
  • long-distance trail
  • Germany
  • 4,500 km
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Wikidata Q836028
VIAF ID: 245411142
GND ID: 4597335-0
Library of Congress authority ID: sh2011004028
NL CR AUT ID: ge772135
National Library of Israel J9U ID: 987007568385105171
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Via Regia means "King's Highway". It is an imperial road and an ancient road. Via Regia, in the usual sense, means not just a specific road, rather a type of road. It was legally associated with the king and remained under special protection. There were many such country roads and military roads in the Holy Roman Empire e.g. the King's road from Menzlin to Wismar in Mecklenburg-West Pomerania, the "most significant East-West road in the north" of the medieval west Slavic settlement areas. The best known "Via Regia", with time, came to be called Via Regia itself.


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