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Famous Places to Visit

Kapuzinerkirche and Kaisergruft
Country: Austria

The Capuchin church stands at the southwestern corner of Neuer Markt, formerly a cereal and flour market. In 1617, Anna of Tyrol, wife of Emperor Matthias, founded a crypt in its vaults in which the Habsburg family members were laid to rest. Today, ...

UNO-City
Country: Austria

On the left bank of the Danube is UNO-City, one of only three United Nations headquarters. The complex stands on international, non- Austrian territory; its post office uses its own special postage stamps and UN postmarks. UNO-City consists of four ...

Molltal
Country: Austria

The Moll river, a tributary of the Drau and overshadowed by Grosses Reisseck peak, runs along the Molltal, a valley whose upper reaches form a natural extension of the magnificent road known as Grossglockner Hochalpenstrasse. The river meanders sce ...

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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