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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 ...

Deutschordenskirche St. Elisabeth
Country: Austria

The knights of the Teutonic Order arrived in Vienna in the 13th century. They established their quarters near the Stephansdom, but only the tower still stands today. In the 15th century, they built the present Gothic church of St Elizabeth. Its Bar ...

Stadtpark
Country: Austria

On the Weihburggasse side of the municipal park stands one of the most photographed sights in Vienna, the gilded statue of the King of Waltz, Johann Strauss the Younger. It was designed by Edmund Hellmer in the Neo- Romantic style of the 1920s. The ...

St. Wolfgang
Country: Austria

On the northern shore of Wolfgangsee lies the popular town of St. Wolfgang. According to legend it arose around a chapel built by Wolfgang (died 994), Bishop of Regensburg in Germany and teacher of Emperor Henry II. Although he died a hermit, Wolfg ...

Rauland
Country: Norway

Rauland is a part of Vest-Telemark, a traditional region in Norway. It used to be a municipality of Telemark county. It was created in the year 1860 from the districts of Oyfjell located in Lardal and Rauland which is in Vinje as a way to adjust th ...

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