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Walensee
Country: Switzerland

The Walensee Introduction  The Walensee is one of the bigger lakes in Switzerland, and about 66% of its surface is in the St. Gallen canton and about 33% of its surface is in the Glarus canton. It is sometimes called Lake Walenstadt or Lake W ...

Josephinum
Country: Austria

Designed by Isidor Canevale and built in 1783—85, this building once housed the Military Surgical Institute. Life-sized anatomical wax models, commissioned by Joseph II to teach human anatomy to his army surgeons, are now the main attraction of t ...

Burg Forchtenstein
Country: Austria

Perched unassailably on the rocky slopes of Rosaliengebirge stands Forchtenstein Castle, built in the 14th century by the Mattersdorfer family. Bought and extended by the Esterh?zys, it now houses a private collection of arms, one of the most magni ...

Lunersee
Country: Austria

Lunersee lies at the foot of the Schesaplana peak (2,965 m/9,728 ft), at an altitude of 1,907 m (6,257 ft). Once this was the largest lake in Eastern Austria, surrounded by rugged mountains crisscrossed with ravines. The dam built here in 1958 rais ...

Astrup Fearnley Museet
Country: Norway

The Astrup Fearnley Museet is a contemporary art museum in Norway. The museum is privately owned and was founded in the year 1993. The museum was funded by 2 foundations that were established by descendents from the Fearnley shipping family. The fo ...

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