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Famous Places to Visit

Museums Quartier
Country: Austria

Johann Bernhard Fischer von Erlach was commissioned by Emperor Karl VI to build the imperial stables on the escarpment behind the old town fortifications. In 1921, these Baroque buildings became a venue for fairs, and in the 1980s they were convert ...

Herberstein
Country: Austria

Schloss Herberstein, perched on a steep rock amid wild countryside, has remained in the hands of the same family since 1290. Since the Herbersteins still live in the castle, a visit feels a bit like peeping through a keyhole at history. The medieva ...

Ramsau
Country: Austria

At an altitude of 1,000 m (3,280 ft) lies the small town of Ramsau am Dachstein, renowned for its superb crosscountry ski runs, extending over some 230 km (143 miles). Snow is almost guaranteed from November until March and the efficient interconne ...

Schmiding
Country: Austria

Upper Austria’s largest zoo, covering an area of some 120,000 sq m (30 acres), is based at Schmiding, 7 km (4 miles) north of Wels. This modern zoo, with giraffes, monkeys, crocodiles, exotic birds and 1,500 other animal species, is famous for it ...

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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