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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 ...

Rohrau
Country: Austria

East of Vienna lies the small town of Rohrau, with two attractions: Haydn’s birthplace and the Harrach family castle. The pretty house in which the composer and his brother Michael were born, is now a small museum devoted to both composers. The n ...

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 ...

Gurk
Country: Austria

Gurk, the former ecclesiastical capital of Carinthia, is dominated by a cathedral church, built in 1140—1200 by Bishop Roman and one of the most outstanding achievements of Austrian Romanesque architecture. The Gothic vestibule is adorned by stai ...

Bygdoy Kongsgard
Country: Norway

Bygdoy Kongsgard was used by King Olav V for a summer residence. He used this royal estate for many years because he enjoyed the peace and idyllic surroundings offered by the royal farm from the 14th century.  The farm was acquired by King Ha ...

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