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Kramgasse
Country: Switzerland

What Does Kramgasse Mean? What Is It? The Kramgasse translates in English to “Grocers Alley”, and it is one of the main streets in the Old City of Bern, the medieval city center in the capital of Switzerland. It was once the center of ...

Minoritenplatz
Country: Austria

The dominant feature of the square is Minoritenkirche. Built originally by Minor Friars in 1224, the present structure is a Franciscan church from the 14th century. It was rebuilt during the Baroque period, and restored to its original Gothic form ...

Karlsplatz Pavilions
Country: Austria

Otto Wagner (92) was responsible for designing and engineering many aspects of Vienna’s early underground system in the late 19th century. His plans, however, did not materialize until the 1960s, when work on the metro started. One of the undergr ...

Laxenburg
Country: Austria

This small town, situated 15 km (9 miles) outside Vienna, is a favourite place for day-trips from the capital. It began as a hunting lodge, Lachsenburg, around which a settlement grew. Destroyed during the last Turkish wars, but restored and enlarg ...

Dronningen
Country: Norway

Dronningen stands for Queen. In Oslo, both before World War II and after World War II was over, the Dronningen was one of the most popular restaurants in the city during the summer months.  The building where the restaurant is located was bui ...

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