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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 ...

St. Lambrecht
Country: Austria

St. Lambrecht, a Benedictine Abbey, was founded in the 12th century by Henry III, Duke of Carinthia. The monastery complex was built in 1640 to designs by Domenico Sciassi. The church dates from the 14th century, but it was rebuilt in the Baroque s ...

Hohentauern
Country: Austria

Hohentauern (1,274 m/ 4,180 ft) is the highest village in the Rottenmanner Tauern, surrounded by more than 20 peaks higher than 2,000 m (6,560 ft). This mountain range is part of the Niedere (Lower) Tauern, which extend also to Salzburger Land. Oth ...

St. Veit an der Glan
Country: Austria

From 1174 to 1518, St. Veit an der Glan was the seat of the dukes of Spanheim, who ruled Carinthia during the Middle Ages; it then lost its position to Klagenfurt. Many historic buildings are preserved in the old town around Hauptplatz, including t ...

Osterdalen and Rendalen
Country: Norway

The valleys of Rendalen and Osterdalen run parallel to each other in a north/south direction. The road that runs through the Osterdalen valley follows Glomma, which is the longest river in Norway. The road goes past several interesting places. The ...

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