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    Hartberg – Slowness in historic surroundings

    Main square Hartberg, Styria, Austria

    Many old buildings are well preserved, creating a great atmosphere. The historic centre of Hartberg lies within the partially preserved city wall from the Middle Ages (12th and 13th centuries), which once surrounded the entire town. Today, visitors and residents enjoy a place where you can relax and enjoy life – in historic surroundings. The […]

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    Deutschlandsberg Castle

    Our first visit to Burg Deutschlandsberg was on a gray and cloudy day, which gave the castle a slightly scary appearance. This is probably the meaning of a castle anyway. We later visited the castle several times on lovely sunny summer days, when it showcases itself from a more welcoming side. Hotel, restaurant, and museum […]

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    The best of imperial Vienna

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

    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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    Discover charming Feldkirch

    Feldkirch, Vorarlberg, Austria

    Feldkirch is a historic small town located in Vorarlberg in the far west of Austria, very close to the border of Switzerland and Liechtenstein. The beautiful medieval town, which remains well preserved to this day, was mentioned as a town for the first time in 1218. Historic centre Its historical centre is small, only about […]

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    Grandiose Schönbrunn Palace

    Schönbrunn Palace, Vienna, Austria

    Since I grew up in the Meidling district where you find Schönbrunn Palace, I spent a lot of time as a child in the vast gardens of the imperial palace. As a four-year-old, I was relatively unaffected by the fact that I was playing in the garden of the mighty Habsburg dynasty, which ruled Austria […]

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    Schärding – colorful baroque town by the river Inn

    The city’s main attraction is the so-called “Silberzeile” (silver row) at the Stadtplatz. Rows of colourful houses surrounding Schärding’s main square are its main attraction. In stark contrast to lively summer days, arriving here on a sunny serene November day was a highlight. The mellow light from the low-hanging sun softens the bright colours without […]

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