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Famous Places to Visit

Wotruba-Kirche
Country: Austria

Standing on hillside close to the Vienna Woods, this church was designed in uncompromisingly modern style in 1965 by the Austrian sculptor Fritz Wotruba (1907—75), after whom it is named. It was built in 1974—6 by Fritz Mayer. The church is mad ...

Lurgrotte
Country: Austria

The Lurgrotte is the largest and most interesting cave in Austria, with superb stalactites and stalagmites. A welllit and clearly sign-posted route leads you through this world of icy wonders, along an underground stream. The largest dripstone, 13 ...

Bruck an der Mur
Country: Austria

This major industrial centre lies at the mouth of the Murz river, where it flows into the Mur. Bruck flourished during the 14th and 15th centuries, thanks to its trade with Venice, when it had the right to store grain and salt. The small but attrac ...

Murzzuschlag
Country: Austria

This town on the Murz at the foot of Semmering Mountain is Austria’s oldest winter sports resort. In 1893, Murzzuschlag hosted the first skiing competitions in the Alps, and in 1934 it was the venue for the Nordic Games that later became the Wint ...

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 ...

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