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Townsville

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Townsville is city of Australia (Queensland). The population of Townsville: 138,954 people. Geographic coordinates of Townsville: -19.25 x 146.8.

Country Australia
International title Townsville
Population 138,954 people
Timezone Australia/Brisbane
State Queensland
Geographic coordinates Latitude: -19.25 x Longitude: 146.8

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Aletsch Glacier
Country: Switzerland

Aletsch Glacier Introduction The Aletsch Glacier is sometimes called the Great Aletsch Glacier. It is the biggest glacier in the Alps, and for that reason it deserves to be on your list of sites to see when you are visiting Switzerland. It stretch ...

Secession Building
Country: Austria

The unusual Secession Building was designed in Jugendstil style by Joseph Maria Olbrich, as a showcase for the Secessionist artists, including Gustav Klimt, Kolo Moser and Otto Wagner, who broke away from Vienna’s traditional art scene. The almos ...

Lainzer Tiergarten
Country: Austria

Vienna Woods, once an imperial hunting ground, was enclosed within a 25-km (16- mile) long wall on the orders of Maria Theresa. The wall still stands today and successfully stops herds of deer and wild boar escaping as well as building development ...

Gottweig
Country: Austria

Stift Gottweig, a Benedictine Abbey, crowns a hilltop on the south bank of the Danube, near Krems. Founded in 1083, it was inhabited by Benedictine monks from St Blasien in the Black Forest in 1094. Stift Gottweig is sometimes referred to as the Au ...

Bad Gleichenberg
Country: Austria

health resort in Styria, Bad Gleichenberg was developed in 1834 by Count von Wickenburg. When the therapeutic properties of the local spring waters — already known to the Romans — were brought to his attention, he set about developing them. A s ...

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