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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 ...

Zug
Country: Switzerland

Introduction To Zug Zug is a primarily German-speaking city in the country of Switzerland. The name ‘Zug’ is kind of a strange one, and it comes from local fishing vocab. In medieval times, it basically referred to the right of fisherm ...

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 ...

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 ...

Aulestad
Country: Norway

Aulestad is a museum and farm located in Follebu, Oppland, Norway. The farm is most known for being the residence of Bjornstjerne and Karoline Bjornson in 1874. From 1923, the manor has been preserved. From 1926, the area was owned by the state. In ...

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