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Ile Rousseau
Country: Switzerland

What Is The Ile Rousseau? The Ile Rousseau is a little park and also an island in Geneva, and it is located in the center of the Rhone. It was named after a famous philosopher named Jean-Jacques Rousseau. There is a statue of Rousseau on the land. ...

Valle Maggia
Country: Switzerland

Valle Maggia Introduction Valle Maggia is located in a valley of the river of Maggia in Ticino. It is located in Switzerland.  The valley has a number of quaint little villages with houses made out of stone, dairy farms and vineyards. In the ...

Maria Treu Kirche
Country: Austria

Originally designed by Johann Lukas von Hildebrandt in 1716, Maria Treu Kirche (church of Mary the Faithful) acquired its present form in the mid-19th century, when twin towers were added. The church, as well as the adjacent monastic buildings, was ...

Museum of Technology
Country: Austria

Following complete reconstruction over several years, Vienna’s Museum of Technology, originally founded by Franz Joseph I in 1908, was reopened in 1999. The museum documents technical progress over the past centuries, from domestic appliances to ...

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 ...

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