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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. ...

Heldenplatz
Country: Austria

imperial forum that was to adjoin the old Hofburg complex, surrounded by new buildings housing the emperor’s art collection. Neue Burg (New Castle) was completed in 1913, but by then the monarchy was dying out. The vast, undeveloped Heroes’ Squ ...

Museum of Technology
Country: Austria

Following complete reconstruction over several years, Vienna’s Museum of Technology, originally founded by Franz Joseph I in 1908, was reopened in 1999. The museum documents technical progress over the past centuries, from domestic appliances to ...

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 ...

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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