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Gerechtigkeitsgasse
Country: Switzerland

Gerechtigkeitsegasse Is A Strange-Sounding Name. What Does It Mean? The Gerechtigkeitsgasse translates to “Justice Alley” in English, and it is one of the main streets in the Old City of Bern. The Old City of Bern is the medieval city ...

Petit Palais
Country: Switzerland

Petit Palais Introduction The Musee du Petit Palais is located in a gorgeous mansion that was created in the Second Empire in the early 1860s. The Petit Palais actually opened up in 1868, and it has a great collection of drawings, sculptures, and ...

Osterreichisches Museum fur Angewandte Kunst
Country: Austria

The Austrian Museum of Applied Arts (MAK), founded in 1864, the first of its kind in Europe, exercised a strong influence on the development of the applied arts for some time. It houses the archives and collections of the Wiener Werkstatte — work ...

Volksgarten
Country: Austria

Volksgarten (the People’s Garden) was created in 1820, when Napoleon had the city walls destroyed. The formal plantations created in the French style, particularly the splendid rose gardens, became a place of relaxation for fashionable society. P ...

Sognefjord
Country: Norway

The Sognefjord, also referred to as the Sognefjorden, is the biggest fjord in Norway, and it is the 3rd longest in the entire world (after the Greely and Scoresby Sund Fjord). Since the other couple of fjords are usually covered with ice, the Sogne ...

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