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Famous Places to Visit

Seckau
Country: Austria

The small town of Seckau, established in the 13th century, has some interesting houses and the late-Gothic chapel of St Lucia in the town square. But the main claim to fame lies with Seckau Abbey, originally Augustinian and taken over by the Benedi ...

Gmunden
Country: Austria

This lakeside town, on the northern end of Traunsee, established itself as a trading post in the salt trade. Today, it is a popular and well-run health resort, and it is also known for its fine ceramics. Gmunden’s old town centre is situated betw ...

Anif
Country: Austria

Another 2 km (1 mile) beyond Hellbrunn, also south of Salzburg, stands the small Neo-Gothic castle of Anif. Once a suburban residence, it now lies virtually within the limits of the town Anif. Its earliest historic records date from the 15th centur ...

Kon-Tiki Museet
Country: Norway

Located on the Bygdoy peninsula in Norway, the Kon-Tiki Museum offers maps and vessels from the Kon-Tiki Museet. In addition, it offers a library with around 8000 books. The museum was opened provisionally in the year 1949. In the year 1957, the cu ...

Gamlebyen
Country: Norway

During the middle ages the city of Oslo had its center in Gamlebyen. This area is often called Old Town. From around the 12th century through 1624, when a great fire destroyed the area, almost all of the development of the Old Town area was between ...

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