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Kloster Kongsfelden
Country: Switzerland

History The Franciscan Abbey of Kongsfelden is in between the small villages of Windisch and Brugg. Elizabeth von Habsburg established the monastery in 1308. She established the monastery to mark the location where her spouse was killed by a duke. ...

Walensee
Country: Switzerland

The Walensee Introduction  The Walensee is one of the bigger lakes in Switzerland, and about 66% of its surface is in the St. Gallen canton and about 33% of its surface is in the Glarus canton. It is sometimes called Lake Walenstadt or Lake W ...

Val Bregaglia
Country: Switzerland

Val Bregaglia Introduction The Val Bregaglia (an Italian word) is a valley located in Italy and Switzerland at the foot of which runs the river of Mera (also spelled as Maira). It starts at the Maloja Pass, which links it to the valley of Engadin) ...

Stadtpark
Country: Austria

On the Weihburggasse side of the municipal park stands one of the most photographed sights in Vienna, the gilded statue of the King of Waltz, Johann Strauss the Younger. It was designed by Edmund Hellmer in the Neo- Romantic style of the 1920s. The ...

Gottweig
Country: Austria

Stift Gottweig, a Benedictine Abbey, crowns a hilltop on the south bank of the Danube, near Krems. Founded in 1083, it was inhabited by Benedictine monks from St Blasien in the Black Forest in 1094. Stift Gottweig is sometimes referred to as the Au ...

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