Songs about Walburg:

songsBruder Lustig, Op. 4, Act II: Interlude - Nun Walburg! Lausch' by Roman Trekel from the Album Roman Trekel sings Siegfrid Wagner


Books about Walburg:

booksWalburg: Webster's Timeline History, 1756 - 2007 by Philip M. Parker (Jun 3, 2008)

booksBenedictine Sisters of St. Walburg Monastery (Images of America) by Sr. Deborah Harmeling, Deborah Kohl Kremer and Introduction by Sr. Mary Catherine Wenstrup (Nov 26, 2012)

booksThe Legend of the Candy Cane[ THE LEGEND OF THE CANDY CANE ] By Walburg, Lori ( Author )Sep-30-1997 Hardcover by Lori Walburg (Oct 7, 1997)

booksThe Legend of the Candy Cane by Walburg, Lori published by Zonderkidz [Hardcover] 1997 (1997)

booksDrei Gaugöttinnen Walburg, Vernea und Gertrud als deutsche Kirchenheilige by Ernst Ludwig Rochholz (Jul 17, 2009)

booksDrei gaugöttinnen Walburg, Vernea und Gertrud als deutsche kirchenheilige (German Edition) by Ernst Ludwig Rochholz (Jan 1, 1870)

booksDrei Gaugöttinnen Walburg, Vernea Und Gertrud Als Deutsche Kirchenheilige (German Edition) by Ernst Ludwig Rochholz (Jun 4, 2011)


Wiki information Walburg:

Saint Walpurga
Deceased Person, Person

Saint Walpurga or Walburga, also spelled Valderburg or Guibor, was an English missionary to the Frankish Empire. She was canonized on 1 May ca. 870 by Pope Adrian II. Walpurgis Night is the name for the eve of her day, which coincides with May Day.

St. Walburg
City/Town/Village, Location, Dated location, Statistical region

St. Walburg is a town located in west-central Saskatchewan's prairie region on Saskatchewan Highway 26. St. Walburg is surrounded by the Rural Municipality of Frenchman Butte No. 501. 10 kilometres to the north is the Bronson Provincial Forest.