King Ludwig has been mentioned or cited more than a dozen times throughout all the RSS channels we monitor. Especially, the channel 'Choosing Your Best Travel' contains less than a dozen references to this person (or maybe different people with similar names) alone. As it’s displayed on the chart below, King Ludwig was highly popular in November, 2014.
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[...] were [[Wilhelm I of Germany|Kaiser Wilhelm]], [[Pedro II of Brazil|Dom Pedro II]] of Brazil, King Ludwig (who attended in secret, probably to avoid the Kaiser), and other members of the nobility, as [...]
[...] to explore nearby cities such as Salzburg or Munich and the nearby Bavarian castles built by King Ludwig. A Danube River cruise may be the easiest and most enjoyable way to explore historic Europe. [...]
[...] German music sounds to us. It was originally a celebration that Prince Ludwig (later King Ludwig I) got married! To celebrate the occasion, being the generous man he was, he invited everybody [...]
[...] to Cold War era advertisements. There are plenty of real life trains on display including King Ludwig II of Bavaria’s personal train cars. Talk about swanky. Ever seen a velvet toilet seat? City [...]
[...] outside Munich – but is well worth a go to. The fairy tale style castle was built by King Ludwig in the 19th century, and also was the motivation for Disney’s Cinderella’s Palace. You can take [...]
[...] your inner child before you die. Bucket List Ideas in Germany: See Neuschwanstein Castle King Ludwig II’s masterpiece was the inspiration for the Disneyland castle and currently attracts more than [...]