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Famous Places to Visit

Neusiedler See
Country: Austria

The jewel of Burgenland, Neusiedler See is the largest steppe lake in Central Europe. On the border between Austria and Hungary (a small section — around one-fifth of its total area — at the southern end belongs to Hungary) it covers an area of ...

Vocklabruck
Country: Austria

In 1134, Wezelo von Schondorf built a bridge over the Vockla River, and next to it a church and a hospital. Soon a trading settlement sprang up which later became a large town. The only original structures that have survived are two medieval towers ...

Mauterndorf
Country: Austria

Strategically positioned on the road connecting Salzburg with the Hohe Tauern passes, this little town owed its former wealth to the road tolls it was able to collect. Mauterndorf’s greatest attraction is its Schloss, built in the 13th century an ...

Hall in Tirol
Country: Austria

Hall ranks mostly as a holiday resort, but the Old Town, with much of its original architecture intact, bears testimony to the town’s former glory. The symbol of Hall is the twelve-sided tower, known as the Mint Tower, of Burg Hasegg. This castle ...

Holmenkollen
Country: Norway

Many people love to visit Norway because of the skiing. One of the most impressive ski jumps in the country is located at Holmenkollen. When it comes to ski jumping, it is always guaranteed to attract crowds, and this location is no different.  ...

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