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Famous Places to Visit

Dr.-Ignaz-Seipel-Platz
Country: Austria

Dr. Ignaz Seipel, a conservative politician, was twice Chancellor of Austria in the 1920s. The square bearing his name is one of the most attractive in Vienna. At its centre (at ) stands a Rococo structure designed by Jean Nicolas Jadot de Ville-Is ...

Votivkirche
Country: Austria

Opposite the spot where a deranged man tried to assassinate Franz Joseph I in 1853, stands this Neo-Gothic church with its two 99-m (325-ft) high, lacy steeples completed 26 years later as a grateful offering for sparing the Emperor’s life. The a ...

Hotel Sacher
Country: Austria

The Hotel Sacher is one of the “must-see” places in Vienna. It was founded by the son of Franz Sacher, who was said to have created the famous Sachertorte in 1832. Although this cake can now be bought in any caf?, the genuine article is sti ...

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 ...

Flekkefjord
Country: Norway

On the coast of the Skagerrak, the Flekkefjord port is one of the largest fishing and fish farming towns. During the early times the Dutch were trading partners in the area. This is where Hollenderbyen, which means the Dutch town, stems from. The t ...

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