Schönbrunn Palace

Vienna is austria's primary city, the 7th-largest city

Vienna is Austria's primary city, the 7th-largest city, today, the center of the Social Democratic Party, an English theater, the oldest English-language theater, the last great capital of the 19th-century ball, Austria's main centre, the Prater, of ...
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Maries County Courthouse in Vienna

Vienna, Missouri is a city

Vienna is a city became the county seat in 1855, was named after the capital of Austria after Vienna. The population density was 594.0 people per square mile. The gender makeup of the city was 52.5 % female and 47.5 % male. The Board comprises repres...
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Vienna, New York is a town

The town is named after the capital of Austria, was spread out under 7.1 % with 27.2 %. The Town of Vienna is in the western part of the county. The west town line and The town borders Oneida Lake is the border of Oswego County, New York. The Erie Ca...
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Salzburg viewed from the Festung Hohensalzburg

Salzburg is the fourth-largest city, part of the temperate zone

Salzburg is the fourth-largest city, part of the temperate zone, a centre of education, the birthplace of Hans Makart, national celebrity and a 19th-century Austrian painter-decorator, the setting on the banks of the Salzach River in the capital and ...
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Vorarlberg

Vorarlberg is the westernmost federal state of Austria, the also only state

Vorarlberg is the westernmost federal state of Austria, the also only state, in the world in Austria, has the second-smallest area after Vienna, borders three countries is divided into four large districts. The capital of Vorarlberg is Bregenz althou...
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The Schlossberg   with the Uhrturm  , the iconic landmark of Graz, from the Townhall

Graz is the capital of Styria, largest city and the capital

Graz is the capital of Styria, largest city and the capital, the second-largest city, ,, a population about southwest of Vienna in Central Europe, has a long tradition, a long tradition, a radial public transport system as a student city as seat of u...
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Hauptplatz, Linz

Linz is the third-largest city of Austria

Linz is the third-largest city of Austria in the centre of Europe in the north centre of Austria, was chosen as the European Capital of Culture, is known well for the Linzer torte, was divided into 36 statistical quarters and 9 districts. Linz became...
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Klagenfurt

Klagenfurt is the bishop's seat

The city is the bishop's seat is surrounded with heights by mountains and several forest-covered hills, is situated at the intersection of the A2. The city of Klagenfurt is in midway in southern Austria. Klagenfurt is elevated the economic centre of ...
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Wels

Wels is a city, the county seat of Wels-Land

Wels is a city, the county seat of Wels-Land on the Traun River in Upper Austria, gained importance in Roman times, served during the Middle Ages as a minor trading centre, is known for the location and shopping as an important city. The area of Wels...
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Drava riverside

Villach is a bustling city

Villach German pronunciation represents an important traffic junction for the whole Alpe-Adria region and southern Austria. Other Alpine towns Villach engages in the Alpine Town of the Year Association. Villach is located near the confluence on the D...
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Sankt Pölten in October 2005

Sankt Pölten is a city, a junction of the Wieselbus bus lines

Sankt Pölten abbreviated mostly to the official name St. Pölten. St Pölten is a city, a junction of the Wieselbus bus lines did become not a town until 1050, was hosts a primary base of the Lower, Austrian state sports school. The city lies on the...
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Dornbirn is a city, the administrative centre

Dornbirn is a city, the administrative centre, the largest city, shopping mecca and an important commercial center for the district of Dornbirn in the Austria n state of Vorarlberg, became part of the Habsburg Monarchy, the seat of the new Dornbirn d...
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View over the Old Town with city hall and parish church

Steyr is a statutory city, the administrative capital

Website is a statutory city, the administrative capital in federal state of Upper Austria in the Austria n. Steyr is Austria's most 12th populated town, an ancient town with modern amenities, marked th 1,000 anniversary in 1980, named already a town ...
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Saint Michael

Leonding is very close to Linz

The Austrian state of Upper Austria borders the river Danube and Puchenau in Pasching and Wilhering in the north. Other major employers are the UNO Shopping Center as the Plus City Shopping Center. ...
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Klosterneuburg is a town

Klosterneuburg is a town in the Austria n state of Lower Austria in Tulln District, has a population of about 26,000. The municipal area comprises the northern tip of the Donauinsel as the high Mt. Exelberg. The town is linked tightly to the Austrian...
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Main square and old city hall

Leoben is a Styria n city

Leoben is a Styria n city in central Austria, was shaped by the trade for centuries. Current cultural events include classical concerts in productions of the Summer Philharmonic in the Congress Leoben. Mining traditions play still an important part i...
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Traun panorama

Traun is an Austria n city, the fifth largest city

Traun is an Austria n city, the fifth largest city in Upper Austria on the north bank of the river Traun, is known also as school city. The name Traun is derived for river from the Celtic word. The building's modern design served for schools as model...
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CINEDOKU VORARLBERG - Rhein - Lustenau - Wiesenrain - Hanno Thurnher Filmproduktion

Lustenau is a town, Vorarlberg's fourth largest town

Lustenau is a town, Vorarlberg's fourth largest town, the also headquarters of the International Rhine Regulation Railway, a preserved industrial railway in the district of Dornbirn in the Austria n state of Vorarlberg, lies on the river Rhine, was a...
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Coat of arms of Kapfenberg

Kapfenberg is the third largest city

Kapfenberg is the third largest city in Austria in Styria, hosted the European Team Chess Championship. The town's landmark is Burg Oberkapfenberg, the steel manufacturer Böhler has a swimming complex, a football stadium. ...
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Hallein is a historic town, the capital of Hallein district

Hallein is a historic town, the capital of Hallein district in the Austria n state of Salzburg, be reached from the city of Salzburg by suburban S-Bahn railway. A population is the second largest town of the Salzburg state. The Hallein Salt Mine sett...
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View to Kufstein Fortress and Brandenberg Alps

Kufstein is a town

Kufstein is a town in the administrative seat of Kufstein District in the Austria n state of Tyrol, has two exits along the A12 motorway, passed in 1342 to the County of Tyrol. Geography is located on the river Inn in the Tyrolean Unterland region. N...
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View from Mt. Goldeck towards the Gurktal Alps

Spittal an der Drau is the administrative centre of Spittal

Spittal is the administrative centre of Spittal was sieged by French troops. The town is located between the Lower Drava Valley and the Lurnfeld Basin on the southern slopes of the Gurktal Alps. The banks of the small Lieser tributary be reached by c...
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Traiskirchen

Traiskirchen is a town, 20 km south of Vienna

Traiskirchen is a town, 20 km south of Vienna, home of the largest refugee camp in Lower Austria in the district of Baden. The town has the oldest public observatory in Lower Austria. The refugee camp is based on the area of the formally Imperial Art...
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Main square with Marian column

Tulln an der Donau is situated in the centre of the Tullnerfeld basin

The town is situated in the centre of the Tullnerfeld basin, was mentioned first in a 859 deed as Tullina, gained importance as Austrian margraves as ruling. The southern bank of the Danube river is located on the southern bank of the Danube river. T...
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Town centre

Hohenems is a town

Hohenems is a town in the Dornbirn district in the Austria n state of Vorarlberg, include a Renaissance palace is subdivided into Unterklien and Oberklien into the neighborhoods of Markt, is surrounded by Dornbirn and Lustenau by six other municipali...
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Ansfelden Kirchturm

Ansfelden is a town

Ansfelden is a town in the Austria n state of Upper Austria, has two museum s, a museum and the Anton Bruckner Museum. Krems and The rivers Traun run through the municipality. ...
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Feldkirchen in Kärnten is a town

Feldkirchen is a town in the Austria n state of Carinthia, is located at the junction of the federal highways B on the northern edge of the Klagenfurt Basin, received town privileges in 1930. The settlement have developed along the Roman road at the ...
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View from southwest

Bludenz is a town, the administrative seat of Bludenz District

Bludenz is a town, the administrative seat of Bludenz District in the Austria n state of Vorarlberg, lies at the meeting point of five valleys. The town is located on a direct tributary of the Rhine on the Ill River, is surrounded in the north by the...
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Eisenstadt is a city

Eisenstadt is a city in the state capital of Burgenland in Austria, has a population of about 14,241, is divided into three districts, was occupied during the Napoleonic Wars by French troops. Eisenstadt hosts a Haydn festival, the Haydnfestspiele de...
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Bad Ischl is a spa town

Bad Ischl is a spa town in Austria, lies at the Traun River in the southern part of Upper Austria, is known also for former k.u.k. purveyor for the Konditorei Zauner pastry shop. A settlement area was mentioned first as Iselen in a 1262 deed. 1419 Ar...
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Schwaz is a city, the administrative center of the Schwaz district

Schwaz is a city, the administrative center of the Schwaz district, the birthplace of 16th-century pulpit orator Georg Scherer in the lower Inn valley in the Austria n state of Tyrol, lies at the foot of the Kellerjoch in the middle of the Lower Inn ...
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Lakeside

Gmunden is a town, an also important centre of the salt industry

Gmunden is a town, an also important centre of the salt industry in Austria in Upper Austria, has 13204 inhabitants is frequented much as summer resort and a health, covers an area. Gmunden is situated next on the Traun River to the lake Traunsee, wa...
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Leibnitzer Panorama

Leibnitz is a city

Leibnitz is a city at the 2001 census in the Austria n state of Styria, has a cinema, an ice rink with tennis courts and campsite in an open-air swimming pool and the center, is situated on a branch of the cycle track, lies on the main southern railw...
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Bad Vöslau

Bad Vöslau is a spa town, 35 located km south of Vienna

Bad Vöslau is a spa town, 35 located km south of Vienna in federal state of Austria in the Lower Austria, is known also as the cradle of the Austrian red wine cultivation. The sparkling wine and The red wine were made famous worldwide by Robert Schl...
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Rankweil is a town, the second largest town

Rankweil is a town, the second largest town, the most third western town, Martin Summer of the People, a place of pilgrimage in the district Feldkirch in the Austria n state of Vorarlberg, was granted market right. The Mühlbach is channeled for util...
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Main Square in Ried im Innkreis

Ried im Innkreis is the chairman of the council, the first councillor

The Reformation verify the influence of the Reformation. The German Peasants's War Ried was headquarters and the asylum. The largest market town of Austria Ried was granted town charter in 1857 by Emperor Franz Joseph I of Austria. The first time for...
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Main square

Völkermarkt is a town

Völkermarkt is a town in the Austria n state of Carinthia of about 11000 inhabitants, was granted town privileges. The municipality of Völkermarkt comprises 26 Katastralgemeinde n. The migration concentrated near present-day Globasnitz around the f...
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Imst is a town

Imst is a town in federal state of Tyrol in the Austria n, lies in western Tyrol on the River Inn, received full town rights in 1898. The track was 1000.9 meters with a vertical drop and 17 turns. No turn names were given for the track, hosted the FI...
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Lauterach is a town

Lauterach is a town in the Austria n state of Vorarlberg in the district of Bregenz. The Lauterach Transmitter is a 116 m, tall broadcasting facility. ...
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View over Bischofshofen and Paul-Ausserleitner-Schanze

Bischofshofen is a town

Bischofshofen is a town in the Austria n in the district of St. Johann im Pongau, is situated in the valley of the Salzach river within the Northern Limestone Alps, is surrounded in the west by the Hochkönig massif, re-emerged with the building of t...
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View over Lake Zell

Zell am See is an important tourist destination

Zell am See is the administrative capital of the Zell, District, snow cover and a low altitude ski area am See citizens with Zell and the Old Town centre, am See provides winter skiing on the skiable area on the above Schmittenhöhe Mountain, receive...
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Coat of arms of Ebreichsdorf

Ebreichsdorf is a town

Ebreichsdorf is a town in Lower Austria in the district of Baden. The mayor is since the predecessor since 2010 Wolfgang Kocevar. ...
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St. Johann in Tirol is a market town, an important tourist centre

St. Johann is a market town, an important tourist centre, a major traffic junction in Austria in Tyrol, is situated in the Leukental, received own Coat of Arms lies between the mountain range of the Wilder Kaiser in a valley basin. St. Johann has a m...
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Muerzzuschlag

Mürzzuschlag is a town

Mürzzuschlag is a town in Austria in northeastern Styria, received town privileges in 1923. An Originally industrial area are today, a popular ski resort. A railway museum exhibits a collection of steam locomotives, associated equipment, stock. The ...
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Kitzbühel in mid-August 2008

Kitzbühel is a small medieval town

Kitzbühel is a small medieval town situated on the Kitzbüheler Ache river, became part of Upper Bavaria in 1255, hosted first ski race. Kitzbühel caters also as the jet and many celebrities for the high end of the tourist market, motivates guests ...
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Townhall

Gänserndorf is a town, about 20 km northeast of Vienna

Gänserndorf is a town, about 20 km northeast of Vienna on Lower Austria on the Marchfeld. Landscape Park covers an area of approximately 70000 square meters. The park offers pedestrian pathways as many bike paths. The townhall rebuilt historically i...
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Fürstenfeld is a district and a town

Fürstenfeld is a district and a town in southeastern Austria, is situated near the border of Hungary within the Austrian federal state of Styria, was founded as a fortress around 1170. ...
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Zirl, Tyrol is a market town

Zirl is a market town in the Austria n state of Tyrol in the district of Innsbruck-Land, was damaged several times by fires and floods. Ca. die Gelegenheit, Informationen aus erster, zu besorgen und ber den ffentlichen. Insbesondere die Fahrplan nder...
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Deutschlandsberg is a town, approximately 35 km

Deutschlandsberg is a town, approximately 35 km in Austria in Deutschlandsberg district of Styria. Popular tourist attractions include the Deutschlandsberg Castle. Aus diesem Anlass gibt es heuer eine Reihe, an Feierlichkeiten, heuer eine Reihe, an F...
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Sankt Andrä-Wördern is a municipality

Sankt Andrä-Wördern is a municipality in the Austria n state of Lower Austria in the district of Tulln. ...
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Landeck

Landeck is a town, the also terminus of the parallel Inn Valley Autobahn

Landeck is a town, the also terminus of the parallel Inn Valley Autobahn in the Tyrolean Oberland in the Austria n state of Tyrol, formed part of the Habsburg monarchy during the Napoleonic wars except for a short period, received in 1883 access to t...
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View from the north

Zeltweg is a town, the Farrach Palace

Zeltweg is a town, the Farrach Palace in Austria in Styria, received town privileges. Larger municipalities are Judenburg, Fohnsdorf and Knittelfeld. Some farms were recorded in the Duchy of Styria at Zeltweg. The Austrian Anschluss were incorporated...
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Coat of arms of Langenlois

Langenlois is a town

Langenlois is a town in the Austria n state of Lower Austria in the district of Krems-Land. Den letzten Jahrzehnten haben sich Langenlois und vor allem. ...
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Linz gate

Freistadt is from 1241 in a document

Freistadt is was founded before 1220, suffered French incursions in 1805, has been part of Bundesland Upper Austria. Freistadt discover the most beautiful spots of the entire area is known also as ´ s as Mühlviertel. The nearest sizeable cities...
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Pasching Kirche

Pasching is a municipality

Pasching is a municipality in the Austria n state of Upper Austria, is situated a few miles southwest of Linz. A major problem is the heavy traffic around the shopping center along the Kremstal Straße. ...
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Pressbaum is a town

Pressbaum is a town in the Austria n state of Lower Austria in the district of St. Pölten-Land, belonged to Wien-Umgebung District. Das ist das Ergebnis von zahlreichen politischen Gesprächen und nicht. Jetzt kommen auch noch Lanzendorf, Maria Lanz...
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Coat of arms of Sieghartskirchen

Sieghartskirchen is a municipality

Sieghartskirchen is a municipality in the Austria n state of Lower Austria in the district of Tulln. ...
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Straßwalchen

Straßwalchen is a market town

Straßwalchen is a market town in the state of Salzburg in the district of Salzburg-Umgebung, has access to the Austrian Western Railway line. Archaeological finds indicate a settlement of the area since the Neolithic era. The Lordship of Straßwalch...
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Grödig

Grödig is a market town of Salzburg-Umgebung District

Grödig is a market town of Salzburg-Umgebung District in Austria in the state of Salzburg, has at the Salzburg-Süd junction access to the Tauern Autobahn. The market town is situated at the foot of the Berchtesgaden Alps on the southwestern edge of...
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Gail Valley with Arnoldstein and Süd Autobahn

Arnoldstein is a market town

Arnoldstein is a market town in the Austria n state of Carinthia in the district of Villach-Land, be reached from the parallel Austrian Southern Railway and Vienna via the A2 Süd Autobahn, is divided into six Katastralgemeinden, derives from a proba...
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Bad Hofgastein is a market town

Bad Hofgastein is a market town in the Austria n state of Salzburg in the district of St. Johann im Pongau, has access to the Tauern Railway line, boasts a large number of luxury hotels is frequented generally more by Austrians. The spa town is locat...
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Austrian euro coins have a unique design

Austrian euro coins have a unique design with a common theme for each denomination. The minor coins feature Austrian flower s, the middle coins examples of architecture from the two major coins and Vienna from Austria's capital. Austria has a large c...
BAWAG

BAWAG is a bank

BAWAG experienced rapid expansion throughout Austria.
Max von Gruber

Max von Gruber was an Austrian scientist, the son of Ignaz Gruber

Max von Gruber was an Austrian scientist, the son of Ignaz Gruber, the first specialist and a general practitioner, Franz von Gruber, the son of Ignaz Gruber, the first specialist and a general practitioner, Franz von Gruber in publisher and Austria in otology.