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Famous Places to Visit

Freud-Museum
Country: Austria

Berggasse 9, a typical 20th-century Viennese town house, was the home of Sigmund Freud, the famous doctor and father of psychoanalysis, from 1891—1938. Here he created his most acclaimed works and treated patients before he was forced to flee Aus ...

Spittelberg
Country: Austria

Spittelberg is the oldest and most colourful part of the elegant 7th District. In the 17th century, the cluster of streets between Siebensterngasse and Burggasse, around Spittelberggasse, was Vienna’s first immigrant worker district. Its inhabita ...

Seckau
Country: Austria

The small town of Seckau, established in the 13th century, has some interesting houses and the late-Gothic chapel of St Lucia in the town square. But the main claim to fame lies with Seckau Abbey, originally Augustinian and taken over by the Benedi ...

Leoben
Country: Austria

Leoben, Styria’s second largest town, is an industrial and academic centre. Beautiful mansion houses line Hauptplatz (main square), and the adjacent streets bear witness to the town’s early wealth derived from the local iron deposits. There is ...

Munch-museet
Country: Norway

The Munch museum holds the biggest collection of works completed by the artist Edvard Munch. Before Munch passed away in 1944, he donated all of the paintings that he possessed to the city of Oslo. Almost a 100 years after he was born, the Munch Mu ...

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