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Maria Treu Kirche
Country: Austria

Originally designed by Johann Lukas von Hildebrandt in 1716, Maria Treu Kirche (church of Mary the Faithful) acquired its present form in the mid-19th century, when twin towers were added. The church, as well as the adjacent monastic buildings, was ...

Murzzuschlag
Country: Austria

This town on the Murz at the foot of Semmering Mountain is Austria’s oldest winter sports resort. In 1893, Murzzuschlag hosted the first skiing competitions in the Alps, and in 1934 it was the venue for the Nordic Games that later became the Wint ...

Hohentauern
Country: Austria

Hohentauern (1,274 m/ 4,180 ft) is the highest village in the Rottenmanner Tauern, surrounded by more than 20 peaks higher than 2,000 m (6,560 ft). This mountain range is part of the Niedere (Lower) Tauern, which extend also to Salzburger Land. Oth ...

Gmund
Country: Austria

In the 12th century, the Archbishops of Salzburg who ruled Gmund began to encircle the town with mighty fortifications, many of which survive to this day, including old gate turrets and bastions. Two castles tower over the town: the older one, Alte ...

Norges Hjemmefrontmuseum
Country: Norway

Norges Hjemmefrontmuseum is the Home Front Museum or Norway’s Resistance Museum. It is located in the Akershus Fortress of the city of Oslo, Norway. The collection of the museum is focused on the Norwegian resistance that occurred in 1940 thr ...

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