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Famous Places to Visit

Peterskirche
Country: Austria

St Peter’s church, one of Vienna’s oldest, was, according to legend, founded in 792 by Charlemagne, as commemorated in a marble relief on the church’s fa?ade, The Placing of the Cross by Charlemagne, by Rudolf Weyr (1906). The site was occupi ...

Schulhof
Country: Austria

Schulhof is a small alley connecting the imperial Am Hof square with the elegant, Baroque residential area of Kurrentgasse. The building, the former Obizzi Palace (1690), now houses a fascinating Clock Museum, which has more than 3,000 exhibits. Th ...

Kahlenberg
Country: Austria

North of the city, on the edge of the Vienna Woods, rise two almost identical peaks. The lower of the two, with ruins visible on top, is Leopoldsberg, the former seat of Margrave Leopold who ruled Austria in the 12th century. The second, with a tel ...

St. Wolfgang
Country: Austria

On the northern shore of Wolfgangsee lies the popular town of St. Wolfgang. According to legend it arose around a chapel built by Wolfgang (died 994), Bishop of Regensburg in Germany and teacher of Emperor Henry II. Although he died a hermit, Wolfg ...

Henie Onstad Kunstsenter
Country: Norway

Henie Onstad Kunstsenter is located in Hovikiodden, in the Baerum municipality. It is an art museum and is just about 10 kilometers south of the city of Oslo. It was founded in the year 1968 by Sonja Henie, who was an Olympic champion in figure ska ...

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