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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, ...

Prater
Country: Austria

Originally an imperial hunting ground, the woods and meadows between the Danube and its canal were opened to the public by Joseph II in 1766. The Hauptallee (central avenue) was for a long time the preserve of the nobility and their footmen. During ...

Wagner Villas
Country: Austria

Hidden behind dense, leafy greenery, at the start of a road to Kahlenberg, stand two villas built by the architect Otto Wagner. The oldest, built for himself, still has some Classical elements such as Ionic columns, once favoured by Wagner. It was ...

Pollau
Country: Austria

Pollau lies at the centre of a national park, surrounded by woodland, vineyards and walking trails. The town’s main attraction is the former Augustinian Abbey and, above all, the lovely St Veit’s church. Built between 1701 and 1712 by Joachim C ...

Stiklestad
Country: Norway

Stiklestad is a small village in the Verdal municipality in Norway, in Nord-Trondelag County. It is located roughly 2.5 miles to the east of the municipal center at Verdalsora and roughly 1.2 miles to the southeast of Forbregd. The village is prima ...

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