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Famous Places to Visit

Dreifaltigkeitskirche der Minoriten
Country: Austria

Built between 1685 and 1727, the church of the Holy Trinity is a typical Baroque structure, with a twin-tower fa?ade. It contains an altarpiece (1708) in the north aisle by the painter Martino Altomonte, and a beautiful crucifix in the south aisle ...

Werfen
Country: Austria

The little town of Werfen has several interesting churches. St James’s Church is mentioned in 14th-century records, but its present style dates from a 17th-century Baroque conversion. The Marian Church was built in the early 18th century. Environ ...

Gurk
Country: Austria

Gurk, the former ecclesiastical capital of Carinthia, is dominated by a cathedral church, built in 1140—1200 by Bishop Roman and one of the most outstanding achievements of Austrian Romanesque architecture. The Gothic vestibule is adorned by stai ...

Oscarshall Slott
Country: Norway

King Oscar I from Sweden and Queen Josephine from Norway and Sweden, commissioned a palace to be built in Oslo. The summer palace was designed by Johan Henrik Nebelong and built from the years 1847 through 1852. The palace was named Oscarshall and ...

Hanko
Country: Norway

Hanko is an island that is in the Oslo Fjord of Norway. The island used to be owned by the Dano-Norwegian King. The king would often hunt deer on the island. Later, the island became one for retreat and some of the more notable visitors to the isla ...

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