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GrossMunster
Country: Switzerland

What Is The Grossmunster? The Grossmunter (the English translation is “great minister”) is a Protestant church in Switzerland, in the city of Zurich, and it is designed in the Romanesque style. It was of the 3 primary churches in Zuric ...

Maria am Gestade
Country: Austria

The church of St Mary’s on the Riverbank was once flooded by the waters of an old Danube canal, but today it rises on a steep escarpment, its lofty, 56-m (180-ft) high Gothic steeple dominating the town. The stone helmet at the top of the steeple ...

Technische Universitat
Country: Austria

Vienna’s Technical University has a Neo-Classical fa?ade, beautiful colonnades and attic statues by Joseph Klieber. It was built in 1816 by Joseph Schemerl von Leytenbach, to the designs of the Imperial Office of Public Works. Klieber also create ...

Lienz
Country: Austria

The town has been the capital of East Tyrol since 1919 but its origins date back to the Middle Ages. The Stadtpfarrkirche St Andra (parish church of St Andrew), a triple-nave Gothic basilica, was built in the 15th century; western sections include ...

Botanisk Hage and Museum
Country: Norway

Located directly across from the Munch Museum, you will find the Botanisk Hage. This is the biggest botanical garden in all of Norway. Many of the residents of the city visit the gardens on a regular basis. The locals and visitors alike come to the ...

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