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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 ...

Perg
Country: Austria

Perg, a small town with a long history situated 30 km (19 miles) east of Linz, was once owned by the mighty von Perg family, whose last member died in the 12th century, during the Third Crusade. Until the 19th century Perg was the largest centre of ...

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 ...

Kitzbuhel
Country: Austria

Once the undisputed winter sports capital of the country, Kitzbuhel now has to share its crown with other resorts. The alpine town is surrounded by several mountain massifs, with scores of well-signposted trails. The best conditions are offered by ...

Geilo
Country: Norway

Geilo is located in a valley in Hallingdal. There are about 2300 people that live in the town. Bergen Line, which was the first ski resort of Norway, was a facilitator of the development of the area. The ski resort remains one of the largest in the ...

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