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Kramgasse
Country: Switzerland

What Does Kramgasse Mean? What Is It? The Kramgasse translates in English to “Grocers Alley”, and it is one of the main streets in the Old City of Bern, the medieval city center in the capital of Switzerland. It was once the center of ...

Osterreichisches Museum fur Angewandte Kunst
Country: Austria

The Austrian Museum of Applied Arts (MAK), founded in 1864, the first of its kind in Europe, exercised a strong influence on the development of the applied arts for some time. It houses the archives and collections of the Wiener Werkstatte — work ...

Parlament
Country: Austria

Today’s assembly hall of Austria’s two-chamber parliament originally served as the location of the highest legislative body of the Austrian part of the Austro-Hungarian Empire. An imposing Neo- Classical building, the Parlament was completed in ...

Dreifaltigkeitskirche der Minoriten
Country: Austria

Built between 1685 and 1727, the church of the Holy Trinity is a typical Baroque structure, with a twin-tower fa?ade. It contains an altarpiece (1708) in the north aisle by the painter Martino Altomonte, and a beautiful crucifix in the south aisle ...

St. Johann in Tirol
Country: Austria

St. Johann in Tirol is a popular winter sports resort, boasting good downhill runs on the northern slopes of the Kitzbuheler Horn and splendid conditions for crosscountry skiing. The town has several Baroque buildings with picturesque elevations, a ...

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