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Kapuzinerkirche and Kaisergruft
Country: Austria

The Capuchin church stands at the southwestern corner of Neuer Markt, formerly a cereal and flour market. In 1617, Anna of Tyrol, wife of Emperor Matthias, founded a crypt in its vaults in which the Habsburg family members were laid to rest. Today, ...

Palais Trautson
Country: Austria

The Baroque Trautson Palace, built between 1710 and 1712 for Prince Johann Leopold Donat Trautson, to a design by Johann Bernhard Fischer von Erlach, was acquired by Maria Theresa in 1760. She then donated it to the Royal Hungarian Bodyguard, which ...

Donauinsel
Country: Austria

The numerous side-arms and rivulets of the Danube river regularly flooded the town until it was first canalized between 1870 and 1875. The second period of canalization in the Vienna region began in 1972 and was completed in 1987. The New Danube, a ...

Stubing
Country: Austria

After several earlier attempts, the Osterreichische Freilichtmuseum (Austrian Open- Air Museum) was started in 1962, when work was begun in the Styrian village of Stubing by the renowned scholar Professor Viktor Herbert Pottler. It now occupies an ...

Schwanenstadt
Country: Austria

This small town, situated between Lambach and Vocklabruck, is today an important economic centre. In the centre of town stands a Neo-Gothic parish church with a 78-m (256-ft) spire, built in 1900 on the site of an earlier Gothic church. Worth seein ...

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