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Gerechtigkeitsgasse
Country: Switzerland

Gerechtigkeitsegasse Is A Strange-Sounding Name. What Does It Mean? The Gerechtigkeitsgasse translates to “Justice Alley” in English, and it is one of the main streets in the Old City of Bern. The Old City of Bern is the medieval city ...

Piber
Country: Austria

Piber houses the stud farm for the Spanish Riding School horses. When the town of Lipizza was incorporated into Slovenia after World War I, it was in a former castle in Piber, a small Styrian village, that the famous Lippizaner horses found a new h ...

Perg
Country: Austria

Perg, a small town with a long history situated 30 km (19 miles) east of Linz, was once owned by the mighty von Perg family, whose last member died in the 12th century, during the Third Crusade. Until the 19th century Perg was the largest centre of ...

Hochosterwitz
Country: Austria

The fortress of Hochosterwitz, one of the symbols of Carinthia, perches on a rock 160 m (525 ft) high and is clearly visible from afar. Although the origins of the castle can be traced back to Roman times, it was built in the 16th century by Domeni ...

Trysil
Country: Norway

The name Trysil possibly comes from an old farm that was located in the area. The original name was likely Prestgarden, which is where the first church was erected.  The town of Trysil is the area where one of the first known organized ski ra ...

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