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Famous Places to Visit

Gottweig
Country: Austria

Stift Gottweig, a Benedictine Abbey, crowns a hilltop on the south bank of the Danube, near Krems. Founded in 1083, it was inhabited by Benedictine monks from St Blasien in the Black Forest in 1094. Stift Gottweig is sometimes referred to as the Au ...

Turracher Hohe
Country: Austria

This small ski resort nestles at an altitude of 1,700 m (5,575 ft) high in the Nocky Mountains, one of Austria’s most scenic Alpine rangeson the border between Styria and Carinthia. The town makes a great base for yearround walks in the woods and ...

Mauterndorf
Country: Austria

Strategically positioned on the road connecting Salzburg with the Hohe Tauern passes, this little town owed its former wealth to the road tolls it was able to collect. Mauterndorf’s greatest attraction is its Schloss, built in the 13th century an ...

St. Johann in Tirol
Country: Austria

St. Johann in Tirol is a popular winter sports resort, boasting good downhill runs on the northern slopes of the Kitzbuheler Horn and splendid conditions for crosscountry skiing. The town has several Baroque buildings with picturesque elevations, a ...

Aulestad
Country: Norway

Aulestad is a museum and farm located in Follebu, Oppland, Norway. The farm is most known for being the residence of Bjornstjerne and Karoline Bjornson in 1874. From 1923, the manor has been preserved. From 1926, the area was owned by the state. In ...

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