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UNO-City

On the left bank of the Danube is UNO-City, one of only three United Nations headquarters. The complex stands on international, non- Austrian territory; its post office uses its own special postage stamps and UN postmarks. UNO-City consists of four vast semicircular buildings and a large congress hall, one of the most strikingly modern pieces of architecture in Europe, designed by the architect Johann Staber and opened in 1979. Today, visitors can join one of the regular guided tours of the complex. UNO-City is surrounded by a green park, covering an area of over 600,000 sq m (700,000 sq yds), with excellent recreational facilities. One of the main attractions is the Donauturm, a TV tower rising to 252 m (827 ft), with two revolving restaurants and an observation platform.

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