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GrossMunster
Country: Switzerland

What Is The Grossmunster? The Grossmunter (the English translation is “great minister”) is a Protestant church in Switzerland, in the city of Zurich, and it is designed in the Romanesque style. It was of the 3 primary churches in Zuric ...

Dreifaltigkeitskirche der Minoriten
Country: Austria

Built between 1685 and 1727, the church of the Holy Trinity is a typical Baroque structure, with a twin-tower fa?ade. It contains an altarpiece (1708) in the north aisle by the painter Martino Altomonte, and a beautiful crucifix in the south aisle ...

Spitz
Country: Austria

On the banks of the River Danube at the foot of the Tausendeimerberg (thousand bucket hill, so called because of the amount of wine it was said to produce), nestles the enchanting town of Spitz an der Donau. The river was once important to the town ...

Emanuel Vigeland Museum
Country: Norway

One of the most unusual museums of Norway is located on the west side of Oslo. The museum is dedicated to Emanuel Vigeland, who was an artist. Emanuel was Gustav’s younger brother. Gustav is famous for his sculptures and for the creation of V ...

Lysefjorden
Country: Norway

Lysefjorden is located in the southwest part of Norway. The name means light fjord and it is thought that the name comes from the rocks that are lightly colored along the sides. The fjord was carved out by glaciers during the ice ages and was then ...

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