Mering is a municipality in the district Aichach-Friedberg, in Bavaria, Germany. It is located on the river Paar.
First mentioned in records in 1021, Mering has a long history.
The growing town with its more than 12700 inhabitants (2007) profits from its good location between Munich and Augsburg. Engine of this growing popularity is the main railway station which connects Mering directly within 30 minutes to Munich and within 15 minutes to Augsburg. Although it profits from being in easy reach of big cities, one can easily get anything in Mering, from ice cream to cars. Mering is a lovely small town with lots of shopping facilities within easy walking distance. Its motto is "Ihr Einkaufsort der kurzen Wege" (Your shopping centre of short distances).
Worth a visit is the baroque main Catholic church St. Michael built in 1789 with its magificant building and interior. A popular place is the recently redesigned main square (Marktplatz) with shops and restaurants in ancient buildings surrounding the fountain. Every Friday the local farmers' market takes place here when inhabitants and guests meet to buy fresh vegetables, fish and so on, or just relax by having a coffee.
Next to the river Paar, a nice area to go for a walk is by the old mill where the privately owned castle of Mering is located.
Usage examples of "mering".
My meeting Miss Mering, and your being on the railway platform and her telling me she and her cousin were to go to Iffley this afternoon.
Colonel Mering said, which pretty much completed the collection of explosive Victorian disclaimers.
Verity relinquished her place, and Colonel Mering sat down next to his wife.
Terence, who seemed to have caught the habit of chopping off subjects from Colonel Mering, said.
Colonel Mering said, seeming to notice for the first time that the sleeve he was holding onto was sopping wet.
Miss Mering is extremely fond of her pet, and I would never have forgiven myself if anything had happened to her.
Miss Mering would never be able to forgive me if any harm had come to her precious pet, yet I feared that with her good heart she might, and I would not be able to bear her forgiveness or forgive myself.
I said, dropping the subjects of my sentences like Colonel Mering in my nervousness.
Miss Mering to accompany us on an excursion to Coventry tomorrow to get her away from the Count and Madame Iritosky.
The efficient Baine had commandeered all of them before the train even stopped and was directing the disposition of the Mering effects.
The carriage to take Professor Peddick and Colonel Mering to the station.
Colonel Mering was ill and would I accompany Professor Peddick to Oxford.
I bound that love to Miss Mering when I pledged my troth to her, and Miss Peddick would not want a love without honor, a love I had already promised to another.
I realized that I--I knew that Miss Mering would never be able to forgive me if any harm had come to her precious pet, yet I feared that with her good heart she might, and I would not be able to bear her forgiveness or forgive myself.