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  • Naturhistorisches Museum Vienna (Natural History Museum) in imperial Vienna, Austria

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    The best of imperial Vienna

    The House of Habsburg ruled Austria for 640 years from 1278 to 1918 and has left its mark on Vienna forever. The historic buildings they left behind are today among the most popular tourist sights in Vienna. It is not just the buildings themselves that are interesting sights. In addition to functioning as public offices, […]

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  • Samson parade - traditional festivals in Austria

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    5 spectacular traditional festivals in Austria

    A study by IMAS showed that 9 out of 10 Austrians think that protecting Austrian traditions and keeping them alive is vital. Many of the traditions are connected to the catholic church, while others are part of rural folklore and some are celebrating the end of harvest time. Most of these festivities are lively, colorful […]

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  • Rosshütte funicular railway, Seefeld, Tyrol, Austria

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    5 fantastic places in Austria accessible by funicular railway

    Austria has both short urban funicular railways, and longer tracks that takes you up into the mountains. A funicular railway consists of two vehicles that counterbalance one another, rather than independently operated railway cars. Furthermore, they are usually barrier-free and perfect if you are a wheelchair user or travel with a stroller. 1. Hallstatt – […]

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  • The view from Hochlantsch peak in Styria, Austria

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    Hiking from Teichalm to Hochlantsch

    Hochlantsch at 1720 m / 5643 ft above sea level is the highest peak in the Almenland region. The starting point for my hike is Teichalm, which is located about 30 km / 19 miles northeast of Graz. Together with the nearby Sommeralm, Teichalm is the largest continuous area with alpine pastures in the Alps. […]

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