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Ile Rousseau
Country: Switzerland

What Is The Ile Rousseau? The Ile Rousseau is a little park and also an island in Geneva, and it is located in the center of the Rhone. It was named after a famous philosopher named Jean-Jacques Rousseau. There is a statue of Rousseau on the land. ...

Zug
Country: Switzerland

Introduction To Zug Zug is a primarily German-speaking city in the country of Switzerland. The name ‘Zug’ is kind of a strange one, and it comes from local fishing vocab. In medieval times, it basically referred to the right of fisherm ...

Palais Trautson
Country: Austria

The Baroque Trautson Palace, built between 1710 and 1712 for Prince Johann Leopold Donat Trautson, to a design by Johann Bernhard Fischer von Erlach, was acquired by Maria Theresa in 1760. She then donated it to the Royal Hungarian Bodyguard, which ...

Schwaz
Country: Austria

During the 16th century, this busy commercial town in the Inn river valley was the second largest in the Tyrol. Schwaz suffered extensive damage during the battle of 1809, but it has preserved some lovely historic sights. The most impressive of the ...

Forsvarsmuseet
Country: Norway

The Forsvarsmuseet shares the history of the armed forces of Norway. The name of the museum used to be Haermuseet, which stood for the army museum, and before that it was called the artillery museum. For this reason, the exhibits consist mostly of ...

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